150W Solar Panel with TUV IEC MCS CEC IDCOL SONCAP Certificates

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- TUV IEC, MCS (UK), CE, CEC (Australia), INMETRO, IDCOL, SONCAP CERTIFIED

- [EU ANTIDUMPING DUTY-FREE] 

- PROFESSIONAL SOLAR PANEL MANUFACTURER SINCE 2004 

 

FEATURES

`Long Service Life

`High Efficency Solar Cells

`Special Aluminum Frame Design

`High Transmission,Low Iron Tempered Glass

`Advanced Cell Encapsulation

 

APPLICATIONS

`Solar power stations

`Rural electrification, Small home power systems

`Power supply for traffic, security, gas industry

`12V and 24V battery charging system

`Other industrial and commercial applications

 150W Solar Panel with TUV IEC MCS CEC IDCOL SONCAP Certificates

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Model   Number                           


KM130(6)

KM135(6)

KM140(6)

KM145(6)

KM150(6)

Maximum Power as per   STC     

Pmax(W)

130

135

140

145

150

Power   Tolerance                        

%

±3% 

Maximum Power   Voltage            

Vm(V)

17.96

18.14

18.36

18.15

18.28

Maximum Power   Current             

Im(A)

7.26

7.45

7.65

7.99

8.21

Open Circuit   Voltage                  

Voc(V)

21.6

21.74

21.96

21.72

21.9

Short Circuit   Current                  

Isc(A)

7.83

8.04

8.17

8.69

8.93

Maximum System   Voltage           

VDC

1000

Cell   Efficiency                            

%

15.0

15.5

16.1

16.7

17.3

Module   Efficiency                  

%

12.9

13.4

13.9

14.4

14.9

Cells per   Module                         

Pcs

36

Cell   Type                                     


Monocrystalline silicon

Cell   Size                                       

mm

156 x 156 

Bypass   Diodes                             

Pcs

10Amp, 2 pcs

Max. Series Fuse   Rating              

A

10A

Temperature coefficient of   Isc      

%/°C

0.05

Temperature coefficient of   Voc    

%/°C

-0.35

Temperature coefficient of power 

%/°C

-0.47

NOCT- Nominal operating cell   temperature 

°C

47 ± 2

Operating   Temperature              

°C

-40 ~ +85

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Dimensions                      

mm

1480 x 680 x 35

Weight                                       

Kg

11.6

Type of Junction   Box                 


TUV certified, IP65

Cable Type,   Diameter             


 -

Connector                                  


 -

Tempered   Glass                    


3.2 mm, high transmission, low iron

Packing 

150W Solar Panel with TUV IEC MCS CEC IDCOL SONCAP Certificates

150W Solar Panel with TUV IEC MCS CEC IDCOL SONCAP Certificates

FAQ

1. What kind of Solar Cells does it have

---poly crystalline 156*156mm and 125*125mm or mono 125*125mm and 156*156mm

 

2. Is the front panel Glass or Plastic

---Tempered glass 3.2mm thickness or adjust to what you need, Light transmittance up to 95%.

 

3. Does it meet Europe Standards for Solar Energy

---This is TUV approval products, all the producing procedure apply TUV&UL.

 

4. What is the Efficiency level

--- Between 16-18.9% for solar cells.

 

5. What is the Nominal Voltage

--- 18v 20v 24v 36v 30v 48v , and so on, we can adjust to what you need.

 

6. What is the Warranty Period, How many years?

Power efficiency warranty:

---90% in 10 years; 80% in 25 years.


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Q:Are DIY Solar panels legitimate for saving electricity?
Your location could effect this answer significantly.If you are in an area that requires considerable amounts of heating,and you are looking to save some money with a homemade project,try solar-thermal.S-T is easy and cheap ,can be built from common scrapyard materials,and will give you a great knowledge gateway . The orientation and tracking skills you will learn can be used later with PVs if you choose,or you can make better concentrators for the solar-thermal and build yourself a sterling or rankin cycle engine to generate electricity.If u need heat,or even hot water, u can start saving the money u put into the system immediately. Concentrated PV is here and now ,but, in a year or 2 it will be cheap and readily available and thats when PV will start to approach the efficiency of solar-thermal.there a great sites and groups on just S-T out there ,join 'em,check 'em out,read the free info from those who have built working systems,and you will probably find a more useful method of saving money and the planet at the same time.Just remember to approach it as a hobby/learning experience at first.Start with solar-thermal....theres a reason the anti-greenies point at the ROIs on PVs,great arguement against alt energy,but over the last 30 years I've shut up quite a few skeptics with my solar-thermal projects ,esp. when coupled with geothermal...have fun,make a local scrapyard owner/worker ur freind..................GEOD
Q:solar panel installed house roof?
How does the cable wires stay on the solar panel? With wire retention clips (4 per module) that are used to wrap the wire on the underside of the module frame. The home run cables to the transition box (converts between types of wire with no electrical transformation occuring) or combiner box (joins multiple source circuits in parallel, with the positives fused for safety) are usually tied along the racking system components, and with conduit sections used as needed. Racking is another big part of the installation. Don't just make your own homemade wooden rack, as these will weather away to nothing very easily, and cause great failures. GET a professionally designed metal racking system. PV modules are EXPENSIVE. Don't let the racking system cause them to break. It also requires the inverter, if you intend it to connect to the main electric service. If using multiple inverters, you need an AC combining panelboard to join them prior to entering the main electric service. Otherwise, you need to think about how else you might be using them. If you are charging batteries, you need a charge controller.
Q:Which stores can you buy solar panels at?
You might try Lowes Home Improvement. Or the yellow pages. Or Solar Panels R US.
Q:Solar Panel costs and sizes?
Without them providing the amount of energy your school uses then it's impossible to know how many panels you would need. Just phrase it in the form of how much space or how many panels would be needed to create (X) amount of power. Ask the amount the school uses then go from there. Let's put it this way, with today's solar technology you would probably have to cover most of the roof of the school with solar panels and it still wouldn't be enough to run the school entirely. Never mind the cost of out-fitting a building of that size, it would take far to many years to pay off and would probably never offset the cost of electricity they are paying now considering maintenance, upkeep and replacement costs associated with these systems. If it was that easy and cost effective, they would have already done it. Make sure you squeeze that into your report somewhere. Find out how much electricity costs in your area, its on any electric bill, it should show the cost per Kw/h somewhere (If separated by peak time and non-peak time, your school would be peak time). After you get that and how much the school uses, do the math and include a graph comparison showing the cost of both. You should be able to find the costs of solar panels online somewhere. Do a side by side comparison from start up cost, upkeep and all versus using the current source. Good luck on your report.
Q:Can we cover up solar panels on our house with regular siding?
Strange question....most people now days are wanting to get solar panels and you are wanting to COVER them up. Are they not working? Have then removed before you put any siding in that area.
Q:Why do solar panels stop working?
They really don't stop working unless there is some sort of manufacturers deficiency, where a connecting tab(wire) is broken. Generally their output just decreases over the years. There are plenty of solar panels over 40 years old still producing electricity, which is 0 years past the typical 30 year manufacturers waranty.
Q:how to hook up solar panels to meter?
Contact your power company. They will advise you of the proper configuration. If you try to attempt this without notifying the power company and something goes wrong, they can and most likely will hold you responsible for all damages.
Q:Life expectancy of LEDs and Solar panels...?
LEDs last approximately 50,000 hours of operation, continuous or non-continuous, it doesn't matter. 50,000 hours. Solar panels will, theoretically, last until the end of time. The support structures will fail long before the panels themselves. Inverters, battery banks, op-amps, transformers, control boards, etc. will all fail long before a solar panel stops making juice.
Q:Solar Panel energy 500 KW monthly?
Replace your compression driven airconditioner with a gas fired absorption cycle air conditioner (there'll be a government subsidy or grant for that due to the R22 being phased out), install vacuum tube solar thermal collectors at a tenth the price of solar photovoltaics and use the hot water for the absorption cycle heat source with the natural gas burners as a backup. This avoids all the energy losses involved in the various energy conversions and solar thermal uses all wavelengths of solar energy while many photo-voltaics uses only one wavelength (newer dye based, multi layer, and quantum dot photovoltaics are all about using more than one wavelength of light). Solar thermal will also give you hot water and residential heating which are the other two big energy uses in a home. If you are bent on spending ten times the money on photovoltaics instead of solar thermal then figure out how many hours you actually run your AC for, use the filter replacement counter on your programmable thermostat to give you how long your fan is running in days and multiply that by 24 then divide your 500 kw/hrs by this value and since the power company only buys power from you at half the price that they will sell it to you at and you will have to buy power back at night, multiply by a fudge factor of say .5, this gives you a rough estimate of how many watts of solar panels you'll need to install in kilowatts, multiply this by 0,000 and that's roughly how much it will cost you in dollars (assuming $0 per watt installed, solar cells can be as low as $ per watt to manufacture but those aren't available yet and you also need to have them assembled into panels and installed so $0 per watt is a reasonable figure, people usually use values from $4 per watt through $9 per watt). Then after you get over the sticker shock, reconsider solar thermal.
Q:Are solar panels affordable?
solar panels are only about 20% or so efficient right now but you get great tax break in the US --- mostly.. wish you well... ps not that cheap but most companies installing these systems will supply with all grant papers for free.

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