||Number of Cells(pieces):
100W Monocrystalline Solar Panel with high efficiency
Place of Origin: Hebei China (Mainland)
Material: Monocrystalline Silicon
Warranty: 25 years
Connector: MC4 compatible connector
Junction BOX: lP65 Ralated/Past the TUV certificate
Backing Color: White
Frame Color: Silver
|Cell type||Mono-crystalline silicon solar cell|
|Solar cell type||156*93.6 mm|
|Number of cell (pcs)||4*9 PCS|
|Maximum Power||100 Wp|
|Mctual measurement results||86.4 Wp|
|Optimum operating voltage||17.3 V|
|Optimum operating current||5.78 A|
|Open ciruit voltage||21.6 V|
|Short circuit current||6.13 A|
|Tempering glass thickness||3.2 mm|
|Frame Material||Clear anodized aluminium frame|
|Operating temperature||-40 C+85 C|
|Storage temperature||from-40 C~+85 C|
|Maximum wind resistance||60m/s|
|Surface maximum load capacity||200Kg/M2|
|Maximum hail load capacity||25mm, 80km/h|
|Efficiency of panel||14.50%|
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- Q:solar pannels capacity?
- You can find a lot on the Internet about how solar panels work. See the links below. I'm not sure how you define capacity. Solar panels are made up of many solar cells. Each cell is capable of generating a low DC voltage while delivering a small current, Several cells are connected in series, making strings to develop the required voltage. Then many of these strings are connected in parallel, so the panel can deliver a usable current. Then the panels are connected in series and/or parallel to deliver a usable voltage and current. My panels are rated at 24 volts. 20 panels are connected in series to develop 480 volts. This is sent to an inverter, which converts the 480 volts DC to 20 volts AC
- Q:Solar panel angle question..?
- You did not give the details of how the legs are attached to the panel. I did some calculations on my right triangle analysis application. Based on an assumption that the legs are vertical and attached to the bottom of the panel top, i calculated the legs must be 6.97 inches long. This compares favorably with the 8 inches you quoted. t If my assumption is true, the leg length for a 7 degree angle is 2.925 inches. The configuration, if my assumption is correct, will be a right triangle. The hypotenuse (longest leg of the triangle) is the panel length and the vertical legs are the supports. If my assumption is incorrect, edit your question to detail the support /panel configuration. TexMav
- Q:Does a solar panel work on a cloudy day or a rainy day?
- depending whether the solar array is back to grid or stand alone. Back to grid refers to the array being connect through the inverter to the main electricity supply grid. So when you are producing electricity from the solar array it feeds back into the main grid. Now if you are using more electricity than your array is producing then none will feed into the grid. The stand alone systems require batteries, which are charged from the electricity produced by the solar array. Solar arrays produce electricity on cloudy and rainy days but at a greatly reduced rate ; therefore little to no usable electricity is produced. Stand alone systems require batteries to store the electricity for use at night time and other times when the array is not producing . The back to grid systems require little to no maintenance as the electricity produced is fed back into the electricity network and stored there. Your meter is replaced with a dual meter . It reads your usage and your production. If in Australia you will get paid for the electricity you feed back into the grid. hope this helps.
- Q:How much energy does it take to make, install, and eventually dispose of a solar panel?
- The attached link is to an article from the 200 Home Power magazine. In that article the energy payback was found to be between 2 and 4 years. Newer panels are more efficient primarily because the silicon wafers used today are thinner. The silicon cell embodies most of the energy required to make a solar panel. Today most solar panels will produce the amount of energy required to manufacture them in between about 9 months and 2 years depending upon the specific technology used to make it. Solar panels are expected to produce energy for between 30 and 50 years. Therefore it takes around 5% of their total energy production to produce them. Note that these figures depend upon where the panels are installed. Panels in very sunny areas may generate more than 3 times the energy of panels in a cloudier area. Edit - The energy payback meta-study that carbonates references below mention one particular study Alsema (2000), which the authors used as a baseline to come up with their 4 year payback figure. These studies DO NOT assume ideal conditions. The Alsema study assumes an annual an irradiation of 700 kWh/m2/yr. That is the United States average irradiation and does take into account cloudy weather and the like. Under idea conditions the amount of energy collected can be almost twice as much. Albuquerque New Mexico is an example. The figures I mentioned above are recent values reported by several different panel manufacturers with whom I discussed the issue at the 2006 IEEE 4th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion held this May. The very long payback times that carbonate highlights are almost certainly wrong. The study he references concludes that paybacks range between 2 and 8 years with 4 years being the most likely. In my opinion payback times are actually a fair bit shorter based on conversations with the manufacturers.
- Q:Should the value of solar panels be included when appraising a home?
- Zillow appraisal is useless and not at all important. If you are selling your home then the solar installation should give you some advantage, depending on how much you are still paying for utilities. The only appraisal that matters is the one a buyer gets to lock in a mortgage. Nothing else matters.
- Q:Solar Panels for Jacuzzi?
- You can do this by isolating the jacuzzi, you will need a solar array adequate for the power draw of the jacuzzi, a charge controller, battery bank, off-grid inverter and switch gear. This is the expensive way to go--especially if you are planning to heat the water with the solar. A better option would be to heat the jacuzzi with solar thermal panels. It is plumbing instead of electrical, but the cost would be much less. If you still want to do PV (electric) solar, think about putting a non-isolated grid-tie solar array on your home. They are much cheaper, and if you think about it, it really does not matter if you use the solar electricity to run a light, a fridge, a TV, or a Jacuzzi, that amount of power is subtracted from your overall house power bill. Just size the array for the power output of the jacuzzi, and let the power meter do the rest. Your overall result will be the same and the system will be half the price, or less.
- Q:80 watt solar panel ? what dose that mean?
- Quick okorder.com.
- Q:2V Solar panel directly to 2V inverter...and restult.?
- . A 5 WATT panel can NOT power a 300 WATT inverter. 2. IF using 2 volts, then you need a 2 volt battery in the circuit as well. Panel charges battery which powers inverter. When the inverter pulls more power than the panel puts out, it gets it from the battery until the voltage drops low enough to shut down the inverter. NOTE: SOME cheap units do NOT have protective circuitry, and when the voltage drops, the current rises and burns them up.
- Q:Where are solar panels used?
- Where Are Solar Panels Used
- Q:Question about commercial solar panels?
- In my experience working with solar panels, I've found that the panels themselves are robust and can last years. How that energy is transferred from the panel to perform work (sorry for the boffinism) is where the complexity emerges, namely due to the fact solar panels produce DC current, and nearly all of our electrical appliances use AC current. In most cases, solar panels will either send energy through a DC/AC inverter directly to be used for appliances, or stored in deep cycle batteries, then converted to AC using an inverter when the user wants to use his/her appliance. Now to answer your question: the solar panels will be fine, and could conceivably be in fine working order with AC current available IF... and I cannot stress this enough (namely through years of field experience dealing with solar powered scientific instrumentation that was working well and then mysteriously not working)... IF rats and other rodents haven't eaten through the wires. This is probably the most likely reason that a set of solar panels wouldn't be working in your given scenario. Hope this helps, and good luck!!
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