2016 150W Off-Grid Polycrystlline Solar Panel with High Efficiency

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 150 Number of Cells(pieces): 72

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Key Specifications/Special Features

  • Maximum power: 150Wp

  • Maximum working voltage: 17.3V

  • Maximum working current: 8.67A

  • Open circuit voltage: 42.84V

  • Short-circuit current: 21.6A

  • Battery efficiency: 15%

  • Cell number: 72pcs (6 x 12mm)

  • Cell dimensions: 125 x 125mm

  • Solar panel dimensions: 670*1480*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/sq.m)

  • 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  ,also can  according the customer's  requirement to  product 

  • 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: e 72%

  • 20-foot container quantity: 37pcs

  • 40-foot container quantity: 700pcs

2015 150W off-Grid Polycrystlline Solar Panel with High Efficiency

 

Cell typePoly-crystalline  silicon solar cell
Size6780*480*35mm
Weight14.3 kg
Solar cell type156*156 mm
Number of cell (pcs)4*9 PCS
Maximum Power150 Wp
Mctual measurement results86.4 Wp
Optimum operating voltage17.3 V
Optimum operating current8.67 A
Open ciruit voltage21.6V
Short circuit current9.69 A
Power Tolerance1%-3%
BackingTPT
Tempering glass thickness3.2 mm
Frame MaterialClear anodized aluminium frame
Operating temperature-40 C+85 C
Storage temperaturefrom-40 C~+85 C
Maximum wind resistance60m/s
Surface maximum load capacity200Kg/M2
Maximum hail load capacity25mm, 80km/h
Efficiency of panel14.50%

 
Other Modules:

Electrical DataModule SizeWeightNumber of cells series
Nominal PwerMax-PowerMax-PowerOpen-CircuitShort-Circuit
VoltageCurrentVoltageCurrent
PmaxVMPPIMPPVOCISC
WVAVAmmKgpc
1017.20.5821.61.31340*254*171.236
2017.21.1621.61.93340*460*251.836
3017.31.7321.61.83350*670*30336
4017.32.1321.62.45460*670*303.536
5017.32.8921.63.06560*670*304.536
6017.33.4721.63.68670*670*305.336
7017.24.0521.64.29758*670*30636
8017.34.6221.64.90758*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:if you put solar panels on cars, you'll be able to drive without gas in the summer and part of winter?
Understanding Physics and something about electrical power is normally needed to solve this problem. Here is some info that may help put it into perspective: One average solar panel approx 3ft. X 4 ft may produce 00 watts of power during peak performance times. A VERY small car will require a minimum of say 0-30 HP to be viable. (An old VW had 40HP) 00 Watts continuously will produce about 0. HP (/0 of one HP), so to get 20 HP, I would need how many panels? About 0 panels to get one Horsepower? Where do I put them? note: ONE HORSEPOWER = 746 WATTS SOLAR IS GREAT, BUT NOT CHEAP AND NOT RELIABLE ENOUGH IN MOST AREAS TO DEPEND ON FOR NECESSITIES. IT IS VERY GOOD FOR SUPPLEMENTAL POWER USES AND CAN REDUCE OUR USE OF CONVENTIONAL FORMS.
Q:What does solar panel output refer to?
Solar panels are rated under standard test conditions (STC), a certain amount of light at a certain distance, at a certain temperature, etc. A kW, or kilo watt, is 000 watts. So for the amount of time that the sun meets those conditions, the rate of output is 500 watts. An average location has an average of 5 sun hours a day, the total time that you produce the rated output. Watts is a rate, like miles per hour (mph), how fast it is going. Watt hours, or kilo watt hours (kwh) is a quantity, like miles. So if you drive 50 mph for 5 hours, you went 250 miles (50 mph x 5 hours). If you produce .5kw for 5 hours, you have the potential to produce 7.5kwh a day. Multiply that by 30 days in a month, you get 225kwh a month. In reality you will lose about 30% of the rated power from less than ideal weather, system losses, etc., so it's more like 50kwh a month. You can look at your electric bill to see how many kwh you use a month, maybe around 000kwh, and see what percentage of your usage a system like that can power.
Q:How many Watts of solar panels?
With an RV, you can find lithium bromide water chiller based refrigerators and air conditioner that run mostly on propane with just a little bit of electricity for a pump and fans. The oven, stove and heat, you can also run off propane. A Microwave is probably 750 watts but only operates for a few minutes at a time. You'll just have to go through everything item by item and figure out how many watts each one will draw and how long each will run per day to size your solar panel. Don't forget that the sun will only shine for a few hours each day. In general, for a camper, the target isn't to produce all the power you need but to slow down the drain on the battery bank to last till you get back onto the road where the engine can recharge the batteries. Keep in mind that the lithium bromide chiller systems only operate when stationary and level so some people opt for conventional electric systems just for convenience which sounds like what you're trying to do. Best way to figure out how much power each is drawing is by measuring it while in use. It may be worth it to put a meter on the battery bank and go camping one weekend with a generator or put a meter on the main circuit breaker panel and camp where power is provided, just to see what your typical use is. You're far better off running as much as possible from propane.
Q:do solar panels have to be in direct sunlight?
PV panels do not have to be in direct sunlight. If they are behind glass they need to be well ventilated to remove excess heat. If PV cells connected in series are not uniformly illuminated the series will produce an amount of power that is based on the light on the least illuminated cell. Thus moving a panel back from a window will mean that for large parts of the day it will produce almost no power as parts of the panel are shaded. This applies only when the cells are connected in series. In parallel they suffer no special degradation of production, but just the sum of illuminated cells. This makes a difference when you decide to use a higher voltage panel... high voltage panels are more susceptible to partial shading. But connecting low voltage panels in series gives that same degradation. Stay away from placing a panel back away from the window, or close to the edges of the window, under roof overhangs, trees and surrounding building shade, where possible.
Q:Need help with a solar panel?
In order: .  Just about any wire will do.  You can handle 50 mA over just about anything, even 28 gauge telephone wire.  Your biggest problems are probably going to be mechanical stress (you want stranded wire instead of solid, to avoid breakage) and dealing with the size of larger wires. 8 gauge speaker wire may be a good optimum. 2.  You need a diode.  If you're charging NiMH or NiCd cells you're going to have about .25 volts/cell; you can charge up to 3 of them in series with a 4.8 volt panel.  The solar panel is a bunch of diodes itself, but they're leaky in the reverse direction; the diode prevents the batteries from discharging themselves back through the panel.  You want a Schottky-barrier diode, because the forward voltage drop is about 0.2 volts instead of 0.7 volts for a regular silicon rectifier.  This gives you maximum current output from your panel.
Q:How much does it cost a factory to make a solar panel?
First Solar recently announced that their costs to produce panels dropped below $ per watt. I don't know how much of that is accounting tricks. Of course, that doesn't mean that they would sell panels for that price - any capitalistic company is expected to drive the price up to what the market will bear. Crystalline silicon panel producers are coming in at about $2.50/watt right now for the best of them. But again, the selling price is what the market will bear.
Q:SOLAR PANELS (sun enerjy)?
Solar panels have been expensive, and not $00,000 about 30 to 50. There are new technologies that are just coming on line which supposedly reduce that for the same output by /2 to 2/3's which will, when these become widely available finally become practical, with tax breaks and incentives for the majority of people, either in their homes or businesses. I believe there are some panels that position the panels in such a way that you can buy a hot water collector under the photovoltaics and will produce hot water as well.
Q:Can you make a Solar Panel Heater?
Absolutely. But I see your point about the Ohms law. I think you'd need technical schematics to get the raw details.
Q:how would you build a solar panel?
i'd go to the solar panel store and buy one. It would be /0 the cost of trying to build one in my HOME shop.
Q:how effective & efficient are home made solar panels?
I had a system installed recently, so I would suggest starting by getting a quote from a licensed contractor. Even if you are planning on doing the installation yourself, a contractor will have a lot of useful info. I got 3 quotes and they were all about the same cost. I was able to get a 2 year usage history from our utility so the contractors were able to suggest a system based on that. They were able to tell me about rebates and tax credits, were the best location would be and the estimated amount of production. They have a nifty gadget that can tell if there will be any shade cast on the roof at any time during the year. I decided to maximize my rebates and got a system that reduced my utility bill by about 50%, although my production has cut it much more than that, my highest electric bill was $35, and that was in Dec. with cloudy short days. I got a $0K rebate and a $2K tax credit. This year the fed. tax credit is 30% of the total installed price. My system cost $26K, I paid $6K out of pocket and I'm saving about $2K per year.

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