156*156mm 150W China Polycrystalline Solar Panel

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 150 Number of Cells(pieces): 36

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Key Specifications/Special Features

  • Single crystal

  • Maximum power: 150Wp

  • Maximum working voltage: 35.70V

  • Maximum working current: 4.16A

  • Open circuit voltage: 42.84V

  • Short-circuit current: 4.40A

  • Battery efficiency: 15.00%

  • Cell number: 72pcs (6 x 12mm)

  • Cell dimensions: 125 x 125mm

  • Solar panel dimensions: 1,580 x 808 x 35mm

  • Maximum system voltage: 1,000V

  • Operating temperature: -40 to 85°C

  • Surface maximum loading capacity (surface can withstand the maximum pressure) 60m/s (200kg/sqm)

  • Allowable hail load (hail stress testing) steel ball fall down from 1m height

  • Weight of each solar panel: 16kg

  • Connection box type: PV-JB001 (TUV)

  • Cable type: with TUV mark

  • Cable length: 900mm

  • Output power tolerance: ± 3%

  • Frame material: aluminum

  • Standard test conditions (STC): 1,000W/m² AM1.525°C

  • 10 years product warranty and 25 years 80% of power

  • Fill factor: e72%

  • Loading quantity:

    • 20-foot container: 37pcs

    • 40-foot container: 700pcs

150W Monocrystalline Solar Panel with High Efficiency, Suitable for Streetlights

Product Details

Electrical DataModule SizeWeightNumber of cells series
Nominal PowerMax-PowerMax-PowerOpen-CircuitShort-Circuit
VoltageCurrentVoltageCurrent
PmaxVMPPIMPPVOCISC
WVAVAmmKgpc
1017.20.5821.61.31340*254*171.236
2017.21.1621.61.93340*460*251.836
3017.21.7421.62.57350*670*30336
4017.22.3221.63.23450*670*303.536
5017.22.9121.63.86550*670*304.536
6017.23.4921.63.86603*670*305.336
7017.24.0721.64.51758*670*30636
8017.24.6521.65.17758*670*306.536
9017.25.2321.65.81935*670*306.736
10017.25.821.66.46935*670*306.736
11017.26.421.67.081061*670*35836
12017.26.9821.67.721161*670*358.636
13017.27.5621.68.41277*670*359.836
14017.2421.64.41480*670*3510.936
15017.24.1721.64.581480*670*3510.936
16034.44.6543.25.171480*670*3510.972
17034.44.9443.25.491172*983*3511.772
18034.45.2343.25.811172*983*3511.772
19034.45.5243.26.141260*983*3514.672
20034.45.8143.26.51260*983*3514.672
21034.46.143.26.851488*983*3514.672
22034.46.443.27.081488*983*3515.272


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Q:How much is the average solar panel?
Completely self-efficient and autonomous??? Forget it. Too expensive. It's only worth if you use like 8 lights (2-20w) about 4 hours a day, a fridge, a tv about 4 hours/day and basically nothing else or a few low consume stuff. Forget about microwaves, dryers, or other stuff. Too much watts. And that would cost you no less than 5000-6000$. You need panels (about 4 or 6 20w would suit maybe), 2 batteries (about 600Ah at least), inverter(500w/24v) and a regulator, lets say a 30A one. Just stick to normal energy supply. A single 20w panel may cost about 750$ at least.
Q:so what do you all think about solar panels? are they worth it?
Solar panels can be worth it but it is more complex issue than that. It will always be more efficient to add insulation, change to high efficiency lights, more efficient appliances, etc, first to try and save energy. However, if you have done all of that and you have a south facing area whee they could be mounted and you live in an area with a decent amount of sun, then they could pay off. I have no experience myself with Solar City, but I know from word of mouth they are good. I can recommend from first hand experience REC Solar. I have 20 of their panels on my south facing roof. They have a leasing deal or a deal where you buy the system outright (which is what I did) but for less than you might think. I'd be glad to help you if you had any other questions.
Q:Powering my house with solar panels?
I had a survey of my home and it was estimated at $30K with a 30% rebate from the government. It would take about 5 years to pay back the cost. I elected to go solar water heating instead. 2 panels with piping installed to an 80 gallon electric water heater with an internal heat exchanger. One small photo voltaic panel to run the pump. There is ethylene glycol inside the pipe and it circulates and heats the water. Works excellent. I live in Nor-Cal and we get a lot of sun. I need to comment on another statement that photo voltaic cells cost more energy to produce they generate. Maybe once but not true any longer. {Solar cells and energy payback In the 990s, when silicon cells were twice as thick, efficiencies 30% lower than today and lifetimes shorter, it may well have cost more energy to make a cell than it could generate in a lifetime. The energy payback time of a modern photovoltaic module is anywhere from to 20 years (usually under five)[9] depending on the type and where it is used (see net energy gain). This means solar cells can be net energy producers, meaning they generate more energy over their lifetime than the energy expended in producing them}
Q:What is the difference between Photovoltaic Panels and Solar Panels?
Photovoltaic is a type of solar panel that produces electricity from sunlight, usually converting about 5% - 22% of the energy received from the sun into usuable energy. There are different types including those grown in a lab, silicone, and glass. Another type of solar panel is solar thermal which convert sunlight into heat. This is usually ran into some sort of system that heats water or a mixture w/ glycol in colder regions. This hot water can be used for showers, etc, or heating the home. You get much more bang for your buck with solar thermal.
Q:Solar panel question..?
Little solar panels on lights are very low power. The battery in one such may be 0.5 Amp-hours and .2 V ; it may be different but it should be marked on the panel/battery/manual. An outlet in your house is designed to run on 20 V (typically in N. Am.) and they run on alternating current (AC) whereas the panel generates direct current (DC). (If you don't know the difference, do not worry to much but just understand that they are not directly compatible.) You therefore need an inverter to change DC to AC (and lose some although inverters are now very efficient). But the amount of power generated by those panels is still very small. That is why solar lights are low power (just a few watts in most cases). To make things even more irritating, phone chargers do not work off 20 V AC as you are charging the battery and need a low voltage DC -- which is what the solar panel is giving you. It is almost certain that the voltage from the panel will be less than the voltage required for the phone. The charger is mostly cable but there is a black box incorporated and it should say what the voltage and current output are (the input will be 20V). So you should be able to overcome this not by hooking up the panel to a 20V outlet and then plugging the charger in but by hooking up the panel to the phone directly if you can get enough voltage out of the solar panel (or hook up several) and if you fashion a connection device. They already make them -- solar battery chargers and I am sure you can enter that into a search engine and find loads. Typically the panel alone is much more than a solar light -- which shows the relative power requirements.
Q:What do i need to use a 2v solar panel to charge a 6v lead acid battery as i cant find a 2v to 6v regulator?
You need a switch mode voltage converter, made to input 2 to 20 volts, and output around 7 volts. Some cell phone chargers can do that, or be modified for that voltage. Option B is to get another battery and use the system at 2V, and regulate that to 6 or 5 volts for charging (you can directly use your car charger), with switch mode regulators. I would find that system to be more flexible. Getting an 8Ah would leave extra capacity. BTW, for a 9AH battery, 20W is kid of big. I have a 36Ah battery and a 20W panel, and that is good for it.
Q:How to find amp for solar panel project?
It is possible your meter does not have the capacity to safely measure more than 300 milliamps which is too small to measure current output from solar panels. Assuming no losses in the system or components, if your meter does not have the capacity to measure 0 Amps, you will need to get one that does. Analogs are better than digitial for this. Most often the 0 Amp circuit of the meter has a discrete positive plug location for the positive test lead. Most have a common ground connection with the rest of the meter functions. If you are measuring current at the battery in the charge mode- Negative lead of meter goes to positive terminal of battery and positive lead of meter goes to the cable that was connected to the positive terminal of the battery. Since the Wattage is a nominal measurement, if you measure between the panel and controller, take measurement on one leg of the panel, as you want to measure the current with the loaded active circuit. Meter is oriented the same way as the measurement at the battery would be made above only this time the meter is between the panel and controller. At peak solar conditions, expect current to be measured at 2.5 to3 Amps or more per panel. Under optimal conditions your panel will have higher output than their ratings indicate. Open circuit can be close to 20 volts. Never short circuit the output of the solar panels. It is volts multiplied by amps that gives you Watts.
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: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:Where do I find solar panels?
You can start as small as 7,500. It all according to how much you want to run off solar and your Environment. You can move into Solar slowly as the technology Improves every six months or so.

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