190W Poly Solar Panel with High Efficiency Made in China

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 190 Number of Cells(pieces): 60

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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: 996mm(L) x 1460mm(W) x 40mm(H)
Weight: 19.5kg
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
190W Poly Solar Panel with High Efficiency Made in ChinaProduct 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.

 Rated Power[Pmax]190W
 Power Tolerance± 3%
 Nominal Voltage26.3V
 Design Life 25 years
 Electrical Characteristics
 Maximum Power            [Pmax]190W ± 3%
 Maximum Power Voltage [Vmp]26.3V ± 3%
 Maximum Power Current [Imp]7.23A ± 3%
 Short-Circuit Current       [Isc] 7.85A ± 3%
 Open-Circuit Voltage       [Voc]32.56V ± 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:do solar panels have to be in direct sunlight?
Should be okay but you might lose a little power if the windows blocks infrared or ultraviolet light [which I believe they do]
Q:Build your own solar panel, scam or truth?
Electric panels are not feasible for most people. They are two super thin layers of polarized material. When the sun hits them electrons move from the first to the second layer with an amount of force. You can't duplicate that at home. What you could do is setup solar heating panels and run them against a Stirling engine. This technique is typically more efficient than normal electric panels anyway in industry. They have heat on one side and cold on the other to generate force. Hook that to any generator to produce electricity. If you are successful building a home system, blog about it, others will want to know precisely how you did it.
Q:What can you tell me about rebate incentives for residential solar panels in New York state?
Go to your state's department of revenue and enter the solar panel thing in the site search box and follow the thread to exactly what is in place in the here and now. Things seem to change on a daily basis any more.
Q:Why only Photo-Voltaic solar panels?
Solar thermal systems aren't really that much cheaper. You have to have complex systems to pump the water, heat exchangers, regulate the temperature in the panels so it doesn't get too hot, regularly inspect it for leaks, have a system to maintain a constant output temperature, etc. The return on investment of such systems are usually very long, on the order of several decades, even for very large buildings. If they were cost competitive with traditional heaters then they would already be much more widely used I think. Plus with solar thermal you have the unfortunate reality that technologically they aren't going to get much more advanced. That's probably not the case for PV panels. So the only way I can really see solar thermal being used on a larger scale would be some kind of subsidy. PV on the other hand may have a breakthrough tomorrow that drastically reduces its cost. I'd be curious to find out how well those solar AC units actually work though, I can see how they might have potential.
Q:Solar Panel - DC motor - Rated Power ? Functionality ?
solar cells are not rated in mah, they are rated in ma or amps. I'll assume this one is 50mA. Two in parallel will give you 300mA, so that will charge a 800mA-hr battery in 800/300 = 3 hours. Theoretically, in bright sunlight if the array is exactly at right angles to the sun's rays. The problem is, depending on the type of cells, the battery pack will need 8 volts or so to charge, and your solar cells won't deliver that. If the sun is at an angle, you may get only 3-5 volts. so you have to put them in series, so you will get only 50mA out of them, which will charge the battery in 6 hours of bright sunlight. Would two of my solar panels run this DC motor ? If the motor is .8 amps, you need the battery, the arrays are not near enough. Or are you attempting to replace the battery pack with the solar array? Your english makes that difficult to understand. If so, put them in parallel to get the 300mA, but that would run the .8 amp motor very slowly. If you had 2 of the solar panels, it might run at close to full speed if the sun is bright and shining directly on all the panels. But where did you get the .8 amps for the motor? The 800Mah rating of the battery has ZERO to do with the motor current. So the answer above is based on your number, which I suspect is totally wrong. .
Q:I want to Build a solar Panel.?
that will sell a ready-made panel for less than that. Note that when someone puts up free instructions, they usually have lots of pictures of themselves and what they made, step-by-step. What I have noticed in all of the review sites for solar guides is that they never have a picture of what they made, in spite of their claims to have tried the guide. At best, all I see is stock pictures from the guide.
Q:Can I plug a solar panel into a wall socket to lower my electric bill?
You're quite right that the solar panel can't be directly connected. I sense that you want to start small, but unfortunately, it's hard enough to make a system with a dozen or more panels pay back. (It can, we have a system...) But with just one panel, maybe a small one, the economy of scale is gone. You need to buy a grid-tie inverter, which watt-for-watt will be more expensive than a regular size one, and for a small panel, the $$/watt value will be poor. There are some [illegal in most places] tiny grid-tie inverters that I see advertised on the web from time to time, with an ordinary plug that goes into the wall. Those are generally against electrical codes, and the danger is real. There is also a crop of micro-inverters being sold by companies such as Enphase. These are legitimate products, but will still be costly per watt, and ultimately, it will be hard to have a net savings over time with just one panel. Have you already taken the conservation steps like LED light bulbs, efficient appliances (especially refrigerator), insulation, and using a power strip to turn off loads that are not being used? That stuff isn't sexy, but saves money fast.
Q:can I run a desktop computer with a solar panel?
You would have some kind of thing that captures the kinetic energy and transfers it to electrical energy so it would run, but, yeah.
Q:does vibration affect solar panels?
No. I've got one on top of my RV and taking it down the road at 70mph doesn't hurt it at all.
Q:solar panels and wind power help?
I don't have one myself, but some of my neighbors did. They said that wind is cost effective. The equipment will make money over the lifetime of the equipment. When they did the calculations for solar, the savings did not cover the cost of the equipment over its lifetime. They were very happy with their wind turbine and several months even got paid by the power company for putting energy back into the grid. However, this was when I lived in Kansas. Wind does matter on location.

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