150W Folding Solar Panel with Flexible Supporting Legs for Camping

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 150 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.
150W Folding Solar Panel with Flexible Supporting Legs for Camping

Nominal Peak Power150W120W (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:SOLAR ELECTRICITY PANELS DO THEY WORK?
Sure they work, photovoltaics. Light goes in, electricity goes out. Is it a good idea? Well. See, they're expensive. You probably need several kilowatts of capacity to run your house for one thing, and that's going to require several thousands of dollars worth of panels. And electricity doesn't cost that much. You can figure out how long it would take you to make the expense back. It would be a while. It would take even longer if you wanted to spring for a system that could take you completely off the grid, that would require banks of deep cycle batteries too. But most people are probably fine with a system that ties into the grid, and depending on who your utility is you may be able to sell surplus power back to them. Expense is the main reason I think you don't see a huge number of people adopting photovoltaics yet. Doesn't explain why solar heating isn't more popular though. That's really cheap and practical by comparison. But yeah you can find the photovoltaic panels for sale all over the place. Google it. Yeah the going rate for panels is around 2 bucks a watt.
Q:Solar panels...??? HELP!?
Solar panels are primarily used to make electricity. What you choose to do with this power is up to you. New solar technology now looks to give the panels more than this one task. For example; - solar panels made into the shape of roof tiles can also be used for roofing. - thin film solar is being developed to add to cars and other mobile devices to provide portable DIY energy
Q:Solar Panel Efficiency?
watts of electricity per month is not a valid measure. You want to know watt-hours per month. A fair assumption may be 5 good hours of sunshine per day, or 50 hours per month. Thus, a 200W panel can produce 30 kilowatt-hours of electricity per month. Many more factors are involved, including your controller, battery charger, wiring, and battery system. At a typical retail rate of $0.5/KWh for electricity, this is worth $4.50 per month. Still, solar power can be cost-effective over the long haul.
Q:How do you connect a solar panel to a motor from an RC car?
Solar Rc Car
Q:Need help with Solar Panels (FAQ's and opinions)?
Also crystalline silicon, but almost triple the power. I would suggest that you have a lot more research to do before just buying a panel. A single panel like that isn't immediately useful unless you have a device that takes exactly that voltage, and is not critical. A solar water pump might fall into that category. For anything else, you would need additional equipment, such as a battery, charger, and inverter. Even at these prices, a single panel is unlikely to save you money over the electric company in the long run, unless your electricity is very expensive. There is economy of scale, so larger systems can and do save money, at least for people located in the right place. If you have a remote cabin where there is no electric company, then this could be worth it.
Q:Do solar panels shine/have luster? Please help me. Easy ten points!?
The problem with solar panels is that they often come with textured glass. This makes that the reflected light is scattered +/-0°. Therefore the 0.5° sun-disk small as it aprears in the sky will be blown up 40 times to a 20° reflection disk on solar panels. Find more information on zehndorfer.at/en/glaringsurvey Only a glaring survey can tell you exactly when and where you have to expect a dazzling effect.
Q:It's all about Solar Panels?
A 35 Watt Solar Panel cost between 400 and 500 depending on where you make the deal. I live full time in an RV and I get all my electric from the Sun. I am sold on solar but I move around to places, according to the season, where I will have full sun most of the time. I also have a small generator as a back up but rarely use it. The amount of direct sun and angle of the panels will determine how efficient they are. For some one living in an apartment with only a few hours of sun then solar would not be good for them.
Q:solar panel regulator?
wire them in series parallel to get 8 volts at 200 mA, and that should charge a 2 volt battery. You may want to put in a series diode to prevent the battery from discharging into the panel when the sun is out. At 200 mA, depending on the battery size, you may not need much control, as that low a current will not overcharge a large battery, like a small auto battery. In fact it will take a very long time to charge it. edit: But do i need to add a regulator? If by that you mean a voltage regulator, no, as a solar panel has a high output resistance, and that will limit the current into the battery. If you mean a charge controller, if the battery is small, you may need a charge contoller to avoid overcharging the battery. But that is not a voltage regulator. .
Q:can solar power panels installed at home provide enough electricity to power house hold appliances?
Yes, but people usually balk at the cost. Right now, the photoelectric materials are rather expensive. So, most people figure it is not worth spending thousands of dollars and will gladly pay hundreds of dollars a month to the electric company. Most estimates are that it takes at least a year and a half to two years to recover the cost of the panels by how much one can save on their electric bill. Most persons would rather pay out that money in little increments to the electric company instead of all at once when having their home built. Just a side note of trivia: The ability of certain materials to turn photons of light into electric current or the photoelectric effect is what Einstein was awarded his Nobel Prize for, not Relativity.
Q:Is there anyone trying to create a cheaper and more efficient solar panel?
Solar panels are one of the hottest areas in materials research today - from basic science to applied production techniques. There have been major strides in thin-film manufacturing technique as well as silicon technology. There's not a lot of hype about it because solar panel manufacturers don''t really need to advertise yet - they are selling at factory capacity with demand for more. Standard silicon solar panels now sell for around $3 a watt, and grid parity is expected within 5 years. Reference is to the MIT Technology Newsletter, which runs several articles a month on new solar tech.

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