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Q:How many volts does an average solar panel produce?
You should read up on the different electrical units. You say .5 volts of energy, but this makes little sense. Energy is measured in Joules. Power in Watts. Solar panels will produce different voltages and currents, depending on the amount and angle of sunlight hitting them. Power = volts * amps. Before installing solar panels a home owner should do an energy audit to find out how much power they currently use - and how much that could be reduced with some easy changes. Solar panels are expensive, so it makes sense to reduce the amount that you need to install. In some places you can sell extra power back to your utility - so having extra panels might give you some small amount of money back - but this is rarely enough to justify the cost of the extra panels. I put 28 panels on my house (see picture in source URL). My utility has tiered pricing for electricity (first few kWh each month are cheap, but price for extra ones goes up in stages). My panels keep me from having to pay the higher rates.
Q:Are photovoltaic cells the same as solar panels?
Yes, they are the same thing.
Q:How solar panels and furnaces work?
Well solar panels conduct electricity from the suns waves and turns it into dc current then it is either put into a grid tie inverter to change it to AC and it makes you meter go backwards instead of forwards. or if its not a grid tie inverter it is just put into batteries as dc then changed into AC from the inverter and then used for household appliances. nothing really does run on DC that is why it has to be changed. and for solar furnaces if you mean a water heater that works by a substance here in Pa its antifreeze is heated up by the sun in the panel it is in a continous loop and that is what gets heated up the water then flows over tow of the tube that contains what ever substance such as antifreeze and heats the water.were the water and the tube that changes the water from cold to hot is called the heat exchanger. the substance is actually get heated first then the water. solar heating for water accounts for 29% of water heating in the us. Now if you mean solar furnace as in passive solar thats completely different because here in Pa if we want it our houses have to face to south to get the suns rays. (alot more windows) and there is a cement slab placed only on the south side of the house and it has insulation covering it. There is a certain type of glass that is used for this that will allow the suns rays to come in and let the heat in for the summer and also for the winter. the main place for that would mostly be the first floor of the house due to the height of the windows and the angle of the sun(pa in the summer is 73 degrees and in the winter its 27 degrees) thats when the second floor would be ok to heat the rooms. Hopefully i helped and i explained it in a way that you can understand.
Q:How can I adapt an automotive reglator to a solar panel?
solar panels will naturally produce a certain DC voltage which is what your battery needs - the current will vary based on the sun light. You need probably 4V to have some over voltage. So based on your specs look at having at least 4 V but not too much over that (tells you how many panels you need in series) I would have blocking diodes (probably the solar cell has them built in) to insure the battery does not discharge thru the panel.
Q:Can you lease your property for solar panels?
There okorder.com/... The article below gives some other creative ways to finance a PV system.
Q:Why should I use solar panels?
If you're asking from an individual standpoint, I'd say it's an individual decision, and no, it's not necessary, any more than it's necessary to buy milk at Costco instead of 7-. If an individual is facing the tradeoff of paying rent or eating, solar panels won't even make the list. On the other hand, if one has money, the best time to buy just about anything is when the economy is bad, because then prices are low, competition is fierce, and installers are hungry for work. If your question is more, why should we as a society use solar panels, that's forward looking. Why didn't GM design and agressively market a Prius-like hybrid 0 years ago? Looking back, they should have.
Q:how can you make your own solar cells for solar panels?
Found this video demonstrating the process of making home made solar cells. I do not think this method would be very practical for an off the grid home system.
Q:can I connect my pool pump to a solar panel?
a minimum of 4000 watts, 5KW may well be extra desirable and you do choose an inverter and batteries and in all hazard a variable frequency force till the pump motor is rated for DC which I doubt. suited answer is touch a close-by electrician to do the artwork.
Q:solar panel question?
Depending on the type of solar panel, any where from 6% to 42.8%.
Q:Solar Energy Panel VS. Energy Efficient Bulbs?
It's giving off a good chunk of its energy as light in the range 800-00nm which the solar panel can efficiently harvest into electricity. As a lightbulb though, this energy is being wasted because you can't see light of those wavelengths!

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