100W Folding Solar Panel with Flexible Supporting Legs for Camping

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 100 Number of Cells(pieces): 72

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Folding module kits are designed to provide portable 12 volt power wherever you need it.PoPwer available from 20W to 240W
 
Features:
·  Padded, moulded carry bag
·  Heavy duty carry handle, hinges and clasps Stainless steel telescopic&adjustable legs
·  Weatherproof solar charge controller with LED indicator
·  5m cable with heavy duty Anderson connectors between module-regulator & regulator-battery clamps
·  All cabled up ready to use
·  2 year warranty

These kits are the ideal solution for 4WD, camping, caravaning, boating and recreational activities whereverpower is required for lights, small TV, camping fridge, pump or other small appliances.
100W Folding Solar Panel with Flexible Supporting Legs for Camping

Nominal Peak Power100W120W (2 x 60W)160W (2 x 80W)200W (2 x 100W)
Power tolerance3%
Cell typeMonocrystalline/Polycrystalline
Open circuit voltage (Voc)21.6V
Voltage at maximum power (Vmp)17.6V17.5V17.5V17.5V
Short circuit current (Isc)4.9A7.4A9.88A12.34A
Current at maximum power (Imp)4.54A6.86A9.14A11.42A
Maximum system voltage1000VDC
NOCT (Nominal Operating Cell Temperature)45 C +/-2 C
Operating temperature - module-40 C to +85 C
Operating temperature – charge-35 C to +55 C
Module folded size (mm) in carry bag505x550x60505x825x80505x1005x70670x1005x70
Module open size (mm)1014x550x301014x825x351014x1005x351344x1005x35
Module net weight (kg)9.21315.219
Module gross weight (kg)111619.423.2
Solar charge controllerPWM 12V 10A; IP65 ratedPWM 12V 20A; IP65 rated


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Q:Is getting solar panels worth it for your home?
It depends upon how you look at things. If you are looking for a decent return on investment, or a business decision, it is probably very unwise. In most cases people would see a far better return in upgrading insulation in ceilings, walls, and windows to much better insulation than they currently have, followed by proper resizing heating and air conditioning to smaller unit size to fit their lesser need as a result of the insulation. The heat an air conditioning units should be the highest efficiency available. The return on the above can make a positive and economic investment in many cases. If you have done the above first, and have money to spend and do not care about the return on it, then you can play with solar or wind. However, typical cost of generation of solar and wind energy is about $0.22 / KWH and you can purchase from utility at about $0.0/ KWH including generation and distribution so this is not all that prudent.
Q:A couple questions about home made solar panels?
I have no idea the out put of the panel you plan to make, but $200.00 will not even come close to power much. You don't say whether you want to power your house straight from the solar panels (not possible, because the sun doesn't shine 24/7). That being said,you will need a very large array to power your house,going to battery's to inverter to get AC power. Your initial cost would be around $25000,00, but you might be eligible for a tax rebate and maybe a rebate from your state and power company. There is a lot more to be said on the subject,but this is enough to either get you started or discouraged.
Q:Solar panel cable setup?
on the controller, it writes which would be related with image voltaic panel which would be related with battery which would be related with load all of it write on the image voltaic controller. only see the controller
Q:How much electricity does a solar panel generate?
This question was answered a few days ago. The Watt is the unit of of power, not the unit of energy. Energy is measured in Watt-Hours or Joules but not in Watts per unit time --- see the difference --- [] a Watt per hour v. [2] a Watt for an hour? The term, Watt per hour does not make any sense --- it is a bit like saying my car has 00 Horse Power per mile. You are right to say that the round figure for the power input of a solar panel is ,000 Watts per square metre, in the middle of the day when the sky is clear. Were the sun to shine for 0 hours per day in the summer, you could get as much as 7kWatt-Hours per day --- if you were very lucky. The roof area of a small house is no less then 50 square metres and this is more than big enough to supply all of you household energy needs but taking account of rainy days and taking account of the need to store the energy for night-time is an expensive problem, to satisfactorily overcome.
Q:Wiring in solar panels?
I am all for do-it yourselfers, I am one, but... Sorry to tell you, but connecting solar panels to grid power will require an electrician. There are many requirements for special disconnects to prevent harm to the utillity company workers that must be considered. You will also have to have an inverter sized to match your panels. The simple answer is to connect your panels to something specific, without connecting it into your house wiring. An example is to connect your water well pump to solar power and disconnect it from the grid. But you will still need an inverter and will need to calculate the power demands of the pump and the amount of power available from your panels, which varies by your longitude and latitude. It sound like a simple thing to do, but without special training and experience you will be sorry if you try this yourself.
Q:Can you connect a solar panel to a regular plug, using copper wire?
NO NO you will cause a fire and lots of damage. Do not play with the power from a wall outlet. Outlets supply 20 or 240 volts AC Your solar panel supplies low voltage (perhaps 2 volts) DC. The two are totally incompatible. Speakers require no power, just the audio signal from a power (audio) amplifier. .
Q:what do i have to study to install solar panels?
boots on the roof is one of the classes , around phoenix it it offered at rio salado college, there their so theres a place to start. I have had 2 different people check for me and from what i understand i can install the panels but a licensed electrition has to connect to the meter
Q:solar panel questions.....................?
No don't do that unless you want a fire or worse electricution . DO NOT PLUG INTO THE WALL . st solar panel 2nd regulator 3rd 2 volt battery 4th inverter . The inverter should have 0 volt terminals that look like the plug on the wall . You would plug your TV or light into that the inverter . You would need an electrition to hook into your home electrical system . They will hook up a device made to tie into the grid or your meter that will make it run backwards but it takes alot of solar panels too do that . Please do not plug into wall .
Q:how much do solar panels cost?
The silicon ones(last 5 to 25 years) run about $4-$5 a watt the amorphous (thin film) a little less (may last 5-0 years). If you use megawatt hour (000 kilowatt hr) a month you will need at least 3000 watts minimum. Therefore if your electric is .0 per kilowatt hr( $00 per month) the payback is around 25 years once you add the batteries plus inverters(batteries $50-$00 each)(synchronous inverter $3000 to$20000)(ie $5.00/.0=50 months at optimum output).Figure (depending where you live) probably only 50% so break even is usualy about 20 yrs.Ie you pay 20 years electric bill and hope nothing breaks(insurance not included) then you can start saveing money.
Q:Solar Panel Help Please!?
I will give you the tools to answer your own question. Here is the solar resource map: rredc.nrel.gov/solar/old_data/nsr... Use it to look up the hours of peak equivalent sunlight per day in your area. For example, let's say it's 5 hours / day. Then per year you get 365 x 5 = 825 hours of sun Your panel is 20 watts, or 0.2 kW So the energy produced per year is 825 x .2 = 383 kWh You'll have to use the proper numbers for your own area, of course. Anyway, you can take that 383 kWh and determine how much it would cost at local electric rates. Never know, on some islands, it's $.00 per kWh. Check with your local electric company for rates.

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