180W Folding Solar Panel with Flexible Supporting Legs for Camping

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 180 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
·  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.
180W Folding Solar Panel with Flexible Supporting Legs for Camping

Nominal Peak Power180W120W (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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Not many people realise it, but Einstein did not win the Nobel Prize for either Theory of Relativity. He was awarded the prize for his work on the photoelectric effect. i.e. the ability of some materials to take photons of light and turn their energy into electricity. Now, since most of the Sun's UV rays are filtered out by the Earth's atmosphere, else we'd be able to get a sunburn in seconds walking around outside in daylight, I think there is some energy imparted to the solar cells by UV wavelengths of light, but most solar cell materials rely on the wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation we call visible. Plus, I always thought infrared wavelengths conveyed more heat energy than UV rays.
Q:Can someone tell me about solar panels for homes?
Solar panels produce low voltage direct current electricity. To be used in a home that electricity must be stored in batteries and converted to 20-240 volts 60 hertz AC (alternating current). And its frequency must be synchronized to the electricity supplied by the power company. A 00 watt solar panel produces 00 watts of power, enough to power one 00 watt light bulb. To generate enough power to power a home, the solar panel must be capable of producing at least 500 to 2000 watts per hour (.5/2.0 KW/hrs) And you're quite correct, it's an expensive proposition to install a solar panel system... and it should be installed by experts.
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Q:solar panel help needed ?
You need to know how many solar cells are in the panel and what is the rated current each cell will produce. This information should be listed on the panel. Each cell will produce from 0.5 to 0.55 volts DC per cell and each cell will produce a current that is dependent on the size of the cell and the type of material the cell is made from. If the cells are connected in series then the voltage of each cell will add together, that is if you have 30 cells connected in series they should generate about 5 to 6.5 volts DC. If each cell generates .2 amps, then you multiply the voltage of 5 volts DC times .2 amps DC equals 8 watts of power. The current of each cell does not add together when you connect the cells in series only the voltage of each cell. If you connect the 30 cells in parallel then the current of each cell adds together but the voltage of each cell does not. That is 0.5 Volts DC times 36 amps equals 8 watts. The power (watts) produced will be the same. See our blog on the products page to see how to connect solar cells in series and in parallel. We also have a PDF file of solar cells and their rated output current sorted by watts per area and their manufacturer.
Q:Solar Panel costs and sizes?
Take a look at the website from Retscreen International. This is a site sponsored by the Canadian government and they have everything that you will ever need to know about renewable energy. Download the free software and then feed in the position of your school (GPS Coordinates) and some data about energy useage. It will then link to the NASA websites to tell you the weather and work out what size of solar panel you need, what direction it should point and what angle it needs to be mounted on. I've used it for the UK, Afghanistan, Iraq, Jordan and other countries - It's brilliant - and its free. It also links to manufacturers websites and so gives you costings. Use this and you are guaranteed to be top of the class
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Yes, so are camera sensors. Except in cameras they're specially desgined to reduce noise.
Q:why aren't solar panels for your house more affordable?
Best okorder.com/... Of course sometimes you can get very cheap solar panels if you are in the right place at the right time... A friend of mine got the solar array from one of the road service companies... it had some minor defect so they were replacing it and throwing away the defective one... it still put out a good bit of power and it was free for him... but that is all luck.
Q:How many solar panels do you need to power a house?
Solar power is expensive power. The costs have been coming down but unless it's the only option or there are government subsidies, it would still be less expensive to buy electricity from the grid. The way you compare the upfront costs of solar power with monthly bills is by the Internal Rate of Return equation or the Net Present Value calculation. Vendors will use the payback periods to try and convince you into a financial decision where they reap all the benefits so you need to learn how to do a proper financial analysis. The average US household uses about 950 kwh per month, unless you are very wealthy, you will not be able to afford enough panels for that and you probably don't have enough roof space. You will have to reduce your power usage as much as possible. Batteries are expensive and inefficient. Lead acid batteries are 95% efficient at discharging but only 50% efficient at charging. A battery based system would not only include the costs of the batteries but would also double the number of panels required. Lead acid batteries have their lives rated at only 20% draws on their capacities, they lose a lot of life with each deep cycle. There are deep cycle batteries which have thicker plates but they are also rated at 20% draw and a deep cycle battery's life would drop to 94% with just one deep cycle draw. This means, it's customary to buy five times your diurnal capacity worth of batteries, fortunately this allows for several cloudy days. If you do want to have deep discharges, buy Nickel Iron batteries. You will want a grid tied system instead where you sell the power you produced to the utility and buy back what you need effectively turning the grid into a 00% efficient battery. Of course, there are costs involved as the utilities would likely charge a monthly fee just to be hooked up so this cost must be taken into account. There is also the risk that the utilities may change their net-metering arrangements on you later.
Q:solar panels on the house?
You can power all your house with solar panels, you can follow some simple video instructions to build all your solar panel and solar power needs manually for your home electricity..
Q:so what do you all think about solar panels? are they worth it?
I have panels and they were very much a good investment for me. I should break even in my 6th or 7th year at the latest and they should last at least 20. There were somethings that made it a good investment. My system cost $26K, I got a $0K rebate from my utility and a $2K fed tax credit (it's up to $7800 for this size system now). I also live in a sunny location and have a south facing roof. Plus I plan on living in my house till I die. If you really want to know if it makes good financial sense then get a no obligation quote from a reliable installation company. They will be able to recommend a system that will suit your needs, know about any rebates or tax credits and how much energy your system should create. With all that, your energy usage history and your current rates they will be able to tell you how long it will take for your system to pay for it's self in savings. If you are considering leasing, generally there is no cost savings. They usually size the system so you are paying them the same amount that you would have been paying the energy company.

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