120W Folding Solar Panel with Flexible Supporting Legs

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10000 watt/month

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 120 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.
120W Folding Solar Panel with Flexible Supporting Legs

Nominal Peak Power10W120W (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:Selling homemade solar panels?
you might first patent the design . Make sure everything is well documented . talk to patent agents and lawyers . Then instead of becoming a seller , introduce your design to established companies. They already have all the licences , lawyers, codes..etc to sell , install, advertise to buyers . they can often make you a partner or buy your design for a lump sum . Solar is a huge step . Best wishes
Q:How to tie small solar panel system into my house's electircal system?
How to tie small solar panel system into my house's electircal system? It's very complicated. Just for starters, if you plugged your solar panel into your electrical outlet, you would probably see smoke and fire, not electricity. Of course anything CAN be done. But this one is truly unfeasible at the consumer level. The only way to send power back into a live system is to synchronize the phase voltages. In your case you would require the solar panels, a battery backup system, a voltage inverter and some type of industrial synchronizer (probably a generator) so you could sync your inverter output to the utilities output. Solar is still more of a standby or supplemental type power at this time. The easiest way is to supplement your hot water by using solar panels to heat water rather than create electricity. If money was not much of an option then you could theoretically run your whole house without the need for any synchronization but have a gasoline or diesel generator to keep your battery pack topped up when needed.
Q:What is a good solar panel to buy?
a cheap one that doesn't burn up
Q:Solar Panels Project?
Your USB power booster may be fragile and is likely expensive, so possibly you should get your 5 volts some other way. 3.7 volts plus a .2 volts D cell is 4.9 volts which is likely close enough for charging most anything with a USB charging cable. If bright sunlight is falling on your solar panel the battery voltage will go to about 5. volts charging at 700 MA, which is also likely acceptable, and will generally be less as part of the 700 ma is being used to charge something else. Also 300 ma may be more typical output of your solar panel even when the sun looks like it is bright. Over charging is unlikely unless the lithium cell has a lower amp-hour = AH rating than the Ni-cad (or nickel metal hydride NiMH 4 AH) D cell, but perhaps you should disconnect the solar panel, if it has been more than one bright sunny day since you charged something with a USB cable. If your battery reads over 5 volts with the solar panel unlighted or disconnected, you are likely to over charge either the lithium cell or the D cell. The PCB protected may complicate adding the D cell (probably not) so you may want to follow your original plan. Your solar panel may send as much as 9 volts to your PCB protection board, when the lithium cell does not need charging: Can the protection board tolerate 9 volts? Probably. If in doubt you can put either a .5 volt or .2 volt rechargeable D cell in series with the solar panel which reduces the input to your PCB protection by about .5 volts. That D cell will over charge, unless you replace it weekly, perhaps oftener. I think your PCB protection prevents over charging and cuts off the load if the lithium cell is discharged to an unsafe level or the load is demanding excessive current. Only the last is a possible problem = one of your USB cords may demand an amount of current that the PCB protection considers excessive. Your USB booster needs about twice as much current as the usb cord is supplying. You don't get the extra voltage by magic. Neil
Q:should i get a solar panel?
Solar power works by capturing photons from the sun and storing their energy in a battery. Solar panels still only capture a very small amount of photons due to technology/distance from the sun/ and probably a number of other reasons. If you wanted to buy a solar panel, you find a company that sells them, send them your electric bill for the past year or so. They calculate the energy restraints, size and additional technical mumbo jumbo. They tell you how much it costs and how much money you could save. Some people might buy a size larger than what they need, in which case they sell the excess energy to your local power company for a few pennies a month(this is usually not very profitable).
Q:Solar-Cell-panel help please?
I hope this will help you choose your charge controller / battery charger more effectively. Good luck!
Q:Parts needed to build a solar panel?
You're missing a few assumptions: - where on the globe? - how well is your house insulated, how do you plan to heat/cool your house? - why do you insist on power wasting appliances like plasma screens? Usually, unless it's absolutely impossible, a grid-tie-in system is much better than an insular system. You could use the grid to 'store' electricity for those times when the sun isn't shining and as fall-back if your yield isn't quite as good as you calculated. With the battery system, you'll have to specify your reliability requirements. If you want a 00% guarantee that you'll always have electricity, even if the sun is not shining for a week longer than you've planned according to the past weather history of your area, you'll either have to ridiculously oversize your battery (and panel) system, or plan for some sort of backup system anyway. Finally, if you're really planing such a system, you might want to take a look at the fridges and freezers used on sailboats: these use a eutectic cold accumulator, i.e. you 'charge' the fridge when the engine is running (or the sun is shining) and it'll then keep the temperature for another ~2...35 (professional systems) hours.
Q:Does the new horizons has a solar panel for it power resources instead using nuclear generator?
It uses the nuclear decay of plutonium in a 'Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator, or RTG. The heat of plutonium decay is captured and converted to electricity. Pioneers 0 and , Curiosity on Mars, and other deep-space probes use this, as the sun's light is too dim to use solar panels.
Q:Solar panel battery help?
I okorder.com and they have deep cycle batteries exclusively made for solar panels. but in theory you should get more than one because it only takes around 4-5 volts to charge the battery and you do not want to have it that high even with a charge controller which i would also recommend getting which is like $50 on OKorder but a charge controller is used so you do not overcharge the batteries and fry them or undercharge the batteries and weaken its life it gets it just perfect. it lets the current go in and when it is charged fully nothing goes in an nothing comes out.... for a inverter the one i was going to get was $70 500 watt inverter but changes it from dc to ac...hope i helped
Q:Why solar panels are expensive?
Believe it or not, solar panels are so expensive in this country because of government subsides. Without market competition, companies have no obligation to compete with each other on price. If our government would stop paying people to buy solar panels and giving solar panel companies tax breaks, companies would be forced to lower their price and raise their quality in order to get you to buy their product. This would be true of oil/gas, corn, soy beans and a number of other companies and products as well.

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