285W Poly Silicon Solar Module /285watt Solar Panel with Outlet CNBM

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Place of Origin:

China (Mainland)

Brand Name:

CNBM

Model Number:

285W solar module

Material:

Polycrystalline Silicon

Size:

1956*992*50mm

Number of Cells:

72

Max. Power:

285W

Cell Size(mm):

156*156

Tolerance:

0~3%

Cells Number(pcs):

6*12

Weight(Kg):

25

Max.Series Fuse Rating (A):

15

Max.System Voltage-IEC(V):

1000

 

 

285W Poly Silicon Solar Module /285watt Solar Panel with Outlet CNBM

285W Poly Silicon Solar Module /285watt Solar Panel with Outlet CNBM

 

Polycrystalline Solar Module

 

XH250P(72)/ XH275P(72)/ XH300P(72) 

Models

XH250P(72)

XH285P(72)

XH300P(72)

Max. Power (Pmax)

250Wp

285Wp

300Wp

Optimum Operating Voltage (Vm)

34.8V

35.7V

35.9V

Optimum Operating Current (Im)

7.18A

7.77 A

8.08A

Open-circuit Voltage (Voc)

43.8V

35.4 V

44.4V

Short-circuit Current (Isc)

8.04A

8.24 A

8.62A

Cells efficiency

14.6%

15.8%

16.8%

Dimension   L×W×H (mm)

1956×992×50mm

1956×992×50

1956×992×50

Power Tolerance (Pmax)

0 ~ +3%

0 ~ +3%

0 ~ +3%

Numbers of cells

60pcs poly solar cell 

156×156mm

72pcs poly solar cell 

156×156mm

72pcs poly solar cell 

156×156mm

weight

25kg

25kg

25kg

Max system voltage

1000V DC

1000V DC

1000V DC

Temperature cycling range

-40℃ ~ +85

-40℃ ~ +85

-40℃ ~ +85

 

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75 amps @ 240 volts equals 8 kW not 9.4 kW, so first you have to make up your mind how much you want. Then you have to decide what size of solar panel you want. If it helps, the 6 units on our roof, each approximately m square, are rated for 4 kW in bright sunshine.
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Not a good idea. The reason why panels are that much more expensive than cells is that the panels themselves are not that cheap either. If you start with the cells, you'll need - mechanical protection (hail, ice, snow) - electrical protection (i.e. waterproofing - if water comes in contact with the cells and wires, you'll get electrolysis which will corrode your wires and contacts faster than you can say 'b*mmer') - that setup will need to withstand temperatures between -20 and +30 °C (only guessing, might be worse) - oh, and the side facing the sun must be transparent (as far as possible) Now as to connecting the stuff: no, it will be neither easy to connect it to the house power nor to the grid - which is why that step (at least) in all countries I know of must be done by a certified electrician. If you get it wrong and you're lucky, only _your_ inverter will explode. Regarding the power: these 4W per cell (or kW for your shed) is the peak value, i.e. with the sun shining orthogonally onto the cells on a clear day. Since this (for a fixed installation) will only be true (at most) for a few minutes on a few days each year, your overall yield will be significantly less, probably more like 4 kWh/day for each clear day for each kWpeak you install _IF_ the shed roof is oriented exactly south and inclined towards the sun's noon position at the spring/autumn equinox (i.e. inclination angle = your geographical latitude). How many clear days do you have in britain? Yes, I had a similar idea for myself - but for one thing, the registered companies I addressed apparently weren't really interested in that small fry, plus the cost of the system + setup would barely have been amortized after the expected lifetime, even taking into account the (german) governmental subsidies. If I had the money to spare, I'd rather invest in a communal solar park. Much better ROI, the large installations get much better prices (per kW) for the setup.

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