145W Poly Solar Panel with High Efficiency Made in China

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 145 Number of Cells(pieces): 36

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Solar module/panel with high efficiency solar cells
Strong, lightweight aluminum frame design with reinforced sealing and load hold to prevent freezing and warping, and stand against high wind. 
Under Standard Test Conditions(STC): Irradiance of 1000W/m2, Am1.5 and 25º C cell temperature. 
Mechanical Characteristics
Dimensions: 670mm(L) x 1460mm(W) x 35mm(H)
Weight: 14.5kg
Solar Cells: Polycrystalline solar cells, 36 cells
Construction: Front: High-transmission 3.2mm tempered glass; Encapsulate: EVA; Back: TPT
Frame: Clear anodized aluminum alloy Color: Silver
145W Poly Solar Panel with High Efficiency Made in China
Product features: 
1. The modules use high-quality imported polycrystalline or monocrystalline solar cells; 
Enclosed by high-rigidity tempered glass, with excellent light transmittance and output performance; 

2. Surface treated with reflection-reducing process, increasing the light absorption. 
Back sealed with anti-aging EVA, resistant from moisture and corrosion. 

3. The efficiency of our monocrystalline solar cell is over 17%, and polycrystalline panel is over 16%. We stipulate, the allowance of each panel's rated power has to be positive. Each panel is strictly tested before leaving the factory. 

4. Our solar panel is designed with a lifetime of 25 years, and guaranteed that the power decline less than 10% within 10 years, and 20% within 20 years.

 Performance
 Rated Power[Pmax]145W
 Power Tolerance± 5%
 Nominal Voltage18.15V
 Design Life 25 years
 Electrical Characteristics
 Maximum Power            [Pmax]145W ± 5%
 Maximum Power Voltage [Vmp]18.15V± 3%
 Maximum Power Current [Imp]7.99A± 3%
 Short-Circuit Current       [Isc]8.69A± 3%
 Open-Circuit Voltage       [Voc]21.75V± 3%
 Current Temperature Coefficient 0.08%/º C
 Voltage Temperature Coefficient - 0.32%/º C
 Power Temperature Coefficient -0.38%/º C

 


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Q:How does Solar Panels works and what is the cost of getting a solar panel installed.?
They consist of a semiconductor junction which has an uneven distribution of charge so it has an electric field in it. When light hits the material, an electron is knocked off from its parent atom and can move around the material. The electric field pushes it in one direction, et voila. You have current! (it's most complicated than that, but it needs quantum physics to understand). In summary, light goes in and DC electricity comes out of the panel. To use it in your house you will need an inverter as well, which turns it into useful AC. Then you need a way of using up the extra electricity you produce when it's sunny but you're not using power Some people use batteries, most people use 'grid tied' systems, plug in to the national grid and sell electricity to power companies that you're not using! Unfortunately, without major subsidies (like those offered in Germany, Japan and soon the UK), solar panels aren't likely to be cost effective. In the UK it costs about £5-6,000 to install a kWp of solar power and it will make about £90 of electricity a year. In California it's sunnier, so would make about £200 of electricity a year, but it's still very VERY expensive without subsidy. On the plus side, technology is improving. Thin film technology can be done at half the price, so I'd say hold on until thin film solar cells go up for sale (right now they only sell them to companies for big projects). Prices should drop by at least half in the coming years if they can make enough to sell to households - and at that price it'll be worth it in places like California.
Q:cost of solar panels?
It all depends on where you live and who you get them installed by.
Q:Question about Solar Power and Wind Power?
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Q:how does a solar panel works?
The fourth answer (kinetic energy) is totally wrong except for follow the instructions If you don't have the basic qualifications, you shouldn't even try besides falling off your roof and electrocuting someone else with bad connections. Solar panels produce low voltage DC power (up to 48 volts depending on design) which can be used directly but rarely is. DC power is stored in batteries for night, overcast days, and times of higher usage. The battery power must be fed through an inverter to produce 20 (or 240) volt AC power that your appliances use. The inverter to house connection must be made in a way that when the main power is turned off (like for repairs) your solar sourced power is not on the wires to hurt someone.
Q:A more efficient solar panel?
yes it is being done. i've seen adds for such a system. on the other hand, if you had a 5 sq in Lens focused on a small cell, and a 5 sq in cell, they'd be about the same. in fact, the cell might be a bit better because (A) there wouldn't be any loss in the Lens, and (B) it might be that the solar cell would use some frequencies to which the Lens was opaque. in addition, the cost of solar cells is dropping, making the cost of the mirrors or lenses uneconomical by comparison.
Q:Anyone have or know someone who has solar panels installed in their home? Is it worth getting?
Our neighbor has solar paneling, and he absolutely LOVES it! It is pretty much the same as having electricity, just better for the environment, and your electricity bill goes down to only about $7 a month!
Q:Solar panels on the roof?
Lots of folks are installing them in my neighborhood in the Mid-Atlantic. I'm going to hold off until I can ask my neighbors how much their electric bill has gone down, after they've had the panels for a year or so. I don't see any reason to rush into it. Also, I'm a little concerned about what happens if a leak develops in your roof during or after installation. Who pays to fix that? That, plus the west side of my house faces the street, and I don't think I want my solar panel array to be greeting guests and visitors...I'm just not that in love with the looks (although the shingle- or tile-like versions of panels that Tesla is advertising would not be bad). So the panel installers would have to be satisfied with an east-facing installation on the rear slope of my roof.
Q:What capacity solar panel do I need to charge batteries with a total capacity of 25,000 mAhours in 8 hours?
Each battery pack has the equivalent of only 2450mAh capacity at 4 volts, so for 4 battery packs like that, a total capacity of 9800mAh. Assuming that the solar batteries have no charge left after being on all night, and that day charging time equals night discharging time, the theoretical wattage would be 9800mA times 6 volts = 59 watts. Of course, battery charging is not 00% efficient, so you need more wattage than that. Plus, solar panels are rated at peak output at midday, while at other times of day their output is less than rated. And, the charging in parallel isn't a good idea, because real batteries have different internal resistances, some batteries would become overcharged, while other packs wouldn't get the charge they need.
Q:Could you have a solar panel in space?
There are thousands of satellites in space with solar panels, but none of them are designed as power stations. Transmitting power using radio frequencies would be profoundly inefficient. A string of satellites orbiting the Earth would be incredibly expensive. Even if solar power were to reach economic viability, we would put them on the ground where we could use them. Given the amount of advanced renewable sources of energy already being developed there is absolutely no reason to launch a power plant into space. Wow - watched the youtube video... that is possible the worst invention ever and I hope it never catches on. The last thing we need are retards who are too lazy to plug in their phones wasting electricity on highly inefficient wireless transfer when many parts of the world are facing energy shortages. Regular chargers are already bad enough because they constantly drain electricity even when not in use. I am definitely not an environmental saint but this thing is just stupid.
Q:Solar panel setup?
I hope you have some instructions. You need safety switches and fuses in the circuit. What voltage/currents are you running? Don't burn the house down or get electrocuted please. DC can be very dangerous.

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