20W Folding Solar Panel with Flexible Supporting Legs for Camping

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 20 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
 
Features:
·  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.
20W Folding Solar Panel with Flexible Supporting Legs for Camping

Nominal Peak Power20W120W (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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Q:Why dont we have a gigantic solar panel system in the warm states,stretching miles across to supply the usa?
This is a great idea, but there are some intrinsic difficulties with the theory: First, the average US household uses 27.4kWh of power per day= aprox. 0,000 kWh per year. Solar panels create kWh/m^2/day. Therefore you would need 27 m^2 (290 ft^2) of solar panels per household. Not only does that use a lot of space, but it would also cost a fortune. We also have to take into account that the government does not want us to become dependent of oil for many reasons. Therefore it is unlikely the government would ever consider paying for it. Lastly, for power grids to stay functional at all times, backup power plants must be kept 'hot', to replace solar power stations as they stop producing. There is an energy cost to keep plants 'hot', which includes (in the case of coal plants) the burning of coal. Unfortunately, if the country is not willing to accept brownouts, the carbon footprint of any large scale solar project will have to accept the 'hot' non-producing power plants carbon emissions as their own. The continued advances in the ability to store electricity will greatly impact the successful implementation of a large scale solar power station being, carbon footprint free. However, it would be possible for every household to have their own solar panels. Since they would need about 290 ft^2 (or 5ft x 5ft), then it does seem reasonable that they could have this much on their roof or land somewhere. Any additional energy you make from the solar panels you can sell back to the power plants and make money. They could then use this extra energy to cover in brown out situations, etc. In order for this to work though, we would all need to be responsible for purchasing and installing our own solar panels. It would be nice if the government would offer greater incentives to do so.
Q:What can a watt solar panel power?
If it's sunny and you have 500 of them, you can almost power a hair dryer... Look at the WATTS.... 40 of those panels can power one crappy light...
Q:how do solar photovoltaic panels work?
Hey E Girl, photovoltiac panels are pretty simple. They start with a solid block of silicone, and shave thin layers off of them, called wafers. Once you have about 72 of them, you take half of them and dope them with boron, then the other half are doped with phosphorous. Once that's done, they take one each phosphorous and boron wafer, and glue them together with a special conductive epoxy glue, and attach a wire to each wafer. When the two glued wafers are exposed to the sun, a reaction occurs that forces free electrons from the silicone particles from one wafer onto the other, and a voltage is generated between them, about /2 volt to be exact. Once all 36 pairs are glued together, they are wired in series, connecting the phosphourous wafer from one to the boron wafer on the next, and so on. If you start with 72 wafers, you'll have 36 pairs glued together when you are done. At /2 volt each, that makes a 8 volt panel, which is used to charge a 2 volt battery. The charging source always has to have a few more volts than the battery. These 36 pairs of cells are then arranged on some kind of back board, glued down, covered with acrylic glass and mounted in a frame. There are some great websites you can go to for more info, I will list some below. Did you know that there are over 00,000 homes and businesses in the US alone that use some level of solar power to operate their electrical systems? That's good news. We actually live in one of those homes, it is powered by both the wind and sun and heated with solar and wood. I hope this answers your question, good luck, and take care, Rudydoo
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Q:Solar panels single crystal and double crystal in the rain which is easy to use
From the cost of production, than the monocrystalline silicon solar cells to be cheaper, easy to manufacture materials, saving power consumption, the total cost of production is low, so get a lot of development. In addition, the polysilicon solar cell life than monocrystalline silicon solar cells shorter. From the performance and price ratio, monocrystalline silicon solar cells also slightly better.
Q:Who made solar panels?
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Q:Where can I find low power solar panels?
My suggestion is to first make sure that your calculator does not also use a tiny button cell. It could just be that the battery went dead. Also know that it's probably less trouble to just get a whole new calculator. If you have the skills to replace the solar cell, I'd suggest first disconnecting it, and wiring a .5 volt battery in its place. If that doesn't work either, maybe the problem is not the solar cell at all, but just its connection, or even a dirty ON button. As for where to get a replacement solar cell, if it were me, I'd go to a dollar store, and see if they have a cheap solar calculator that I could harvest one from.
Q:help setting up a solar panel system?
That okorder.com/... , but expect to pay several thousand dollars for something that actually works. If you just want to use the place for intermittent getaways, a generator may be sufficient, and you can skip the solar panels. If you intend to live in the place, then consider getting a system that is at least 500-000 watts of panels, and a 000 amp-hour or more battery bank.
Q:Solar Panels for Jacuzzi?
You can do this by isolating the jacuzzi, you will need a solar array adequate for the power draw of the jacuzzi, a charge controller, battery bank, off-grid inverter and switch gear. This is the expensive way to go--especially if you are planning to heat the water with the solar. A better option would be to heat the jacuzzi with solar thermal panels. It is plumbing instead of electrical, but the cost would be much less. If you still want to do PV (electric) solar, think about putting a non-isolated grid-tie solar array on your home. They are much cheaper, and if you think about it, it really does not matter if you use the solar electricity to run a light, a fridge, a TV, or a Jacuzzi, that amount of power is subtracted from your overall house power bill. Just size the array for the power output of the jacuzzi, and let the power meter do the rest. Your overall result will be the same and the system will be half the price, or less.

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