265W Polycrystalline silicon solar panels

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265W Polycrystalline silicon solar panels

Solar cell module production process

Line called packaging line components, packaging is the production of solar cells a key step in the packaging process without a good, multi-well battery is also not a good component of production boards. Battery package not only the battery life is guaranteed, but also to enhance the combat strength of the battery. Product quality and high service life is to win can be the key to customer satisfaction, so the quality of components of the package board is very important.  


Process is as follows:  

1, the battery test

2, positive Welding - Inspection –

3, on the back of cascading - Inspection –

4, laying (glass cleaning, material cutting, glass pre-processing, laying) –

5, laminating –

6, to flash ( to the side, cleaning) –

7, fitted border (glue, loading angle keys, punching, install box, scrub I glue) –

8, the welding junction box –

9, high-pressure test –

10, component testing -- -

11 appearance inspection, packaging and storage; 


265W Polycrystalline silicon solar panels


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Maximum power


Cell type(mm)

Polycrystalline solar cell 156*156

Number of cell(pcs)


Manufacture site


Open-circuit voltage(voc)


Maximum power voltage(vmp)


Short-circuit current(isc)


Optimum operating current(imp)


Power tolerance


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19 kg



Frame Colar



Anodized Aluminum Alloy



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Q:How do home solar panels integrate into a houses current electricity?
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Q:How does Solar Panels works and what is the cost of getting a solar panel installed.?
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Q:how much power do i need from my solar panels?
Complex question.... Let me try to simplify it some: Make a list of every electrical device you MUST have. Add to the list how many hours a day it is actually ON. Add to the list how many watts (listed on the label or Volts times Amps) the device uses. (If you have a measuring device, use it.) For each item, multiply volts times hours = watt-hours (this is total energy used per day). Also, add the watts column for all the devices (this is the maximum instantaneous power to be used). Your solar panels should be able to provide power for your total load, so your panel's output power should equal the maximum instantaneous power used. If you can limit how many devices are used at a time, you may be able to reduce the panel size. Look at the total watt-hours. This is the total energy. Your panels generate maximum output when they are perpendicular to the sun at noon on a clear day. They generate reduced output in the morning and afternoon. They also generate substantially reduced output on cloudy days. Also, did you want electricity at night? On cloudy days? You will need batteries.. lots of batteries. And batteries are inefficient.. figure about 50% efficiency after a few years. Basically, here is a very rough formula: Panel_watts = Load_watthours / hours_sun_daily / 60%_angle_efficiency / 50%_battery_inverter_efficiency Once you've figured out the panel's watts, watts/volts=amps. Your system can be 2V with more amps, or 48V with /4 the amps... but the watts are the same. Just the wiring is different. For the battery bank, you need to determine how much backup power you will need for nights and cloudy days. Look at the watt-hours needed at nite, multiply it by the number of days and then by 2, to allow for battery aging. Unless you only have a couple devices and an LED light or 2, it is going to be VERY expensive.
Q:How many solar panels do I need?
You're missing a few assumptions: - where on the globe? - how well is your house insulated, how do you plan to heat/cool your house? - why do you insist on power wasting appliances like plasma screens? Usually, unless it's absolutely impossible, a grid-tie-in system is much better than an insular system. You could use the grid to 'store' electricity for those times when the sun isn't shining and as fall-back if your yield isn't quite as good as you calculated. With the battery system, you'll have to specify your reliability requirements. If you want a 00% guarantee that you'll always have electricity, even if the sun is not shining for a week longer than you've planned according to the past weather history of your area, you'll either have to ridiculously oversize your battery (and panel) system, or plan for some sort of backup system anyway. Finally, if you're really planing such a system, you might want to take a look at the fridges and freezers used on sailboats: these use a eutectic cold accumulator, i.e. you 'charge' the fridge when the engine is running (or the sun is shining) and it'll then keep the temperature for another ~2...35 (professional systems) hours.
Q:It's all about Solar Panels?
A 35 Watt Solar Panel cost between 400 and 500 depending on where you make the deal. I live full time in an RV and I get all my electric from the Sun. I am sold on solar but I move around to places, according to the season, where I will have full sun most of the time. I also have a small generator as a back up but rarely use it. The amount of direct sun and angle of the panels will determine how efficient they are. For some one living in an apartment with only a few hours of sun then solar would not be good for them.
Q:What is the best solar panel?
your initial outlay for a solar panel is very large in terms of output.......somewhere around $4 a watt......ie you want a panel that will run a 00 watt lightbulb? $400.00 please. enough panels to collect enough energy to recharge a battery bank to run the house overnight? well, I've been doing a lot of research for my condo project in St Thomas and it comes out to 0-20,000 US $ for a bedroom apartment. Now, after about ten years you have made your investemnt back.... and there are a lot of government rebate programs that lower the cost.. what I have found is solar is nice, but depending on how far north you live you may only have 4 usable hours of light a day. you may very well be better with a wind generator.wind blows all the time after all...Bergy and SouthWest Windpower make two good small home units...start there
Q:solar panels and electrocution?
Q:do solar panels work in aeroplanes?
First of all solar panels increase the mass of the plane and afeect its aerodynamicity. U cant use them at night. U cant use them when the whether is cloudy or its raining. To obtain the power required lift a plane it would need lots of solar panels which would make the flight more expensive. Why would people go on a more expensive ride when they can get a cheaper one.
Q:can I run a desktop computer with a solar panel?
specific. fairly, here is what you % (i'm holding this ordinary on objective): The panels themselves -- how large a close-by relies upon on effortless potential intake and how plenty potential you will get on effortless. That, in turn , relies upon on climate. you would be wanting extra in Seattle than Tuscon, as an occasion. i could wager something in the neighborhod of 0 sq. ft. relies upon additionally on haow many units (printers, etc.) you have. you would be wanting a potential storage device. Lithium components the perfect poser density (of off-the-shelf stuff) yet an effortless motor vehicle battery works properly and is sturdy. And, of course, a administration device to administration the potential technology/storage/use so each little thing works collectively with out that stressful scent that tells you you in undemanding terms cooked some hundred greenbacks properly worth of equuipment! :)
Q:Shouldn't 0bama increase our tax benefits for solar panels so we can buy more Chinese products?
Go ahead admit it...Carter was right ! He was right in seeking to raise the fleet auto mileage standard to 48 miles per gallon by 995. (Even U.S. automakers admitted at the time that they could easily achieve 30 mpg by 985.) Carter was right in exhorting Americans to turn down their thermostats, even if he did look nerdy in a cardigan while urging us to do so. He was right to encourage fuel conservation by proposing a 50-cents-per-gallon tax on gasoline and a fee on imported oil —- in effect, a floor for fuel prices. Invoking the pioneering spirit of the 960s moon mission, he was right to recommend a tax on windfall oil profits to finance a crash program to develop affordable synthetic fuels. Carter was correct, too, in setting a goal of obtaining 20 percent of our energy from solar power by the year 2000. The solar panels Carter put up on the Whitehouse were USA made. The solar

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