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Guangdong China (Mainland)
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Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Detail:||2pcs in one carton,and we could also package as your request..|
1)High quality & efficiency
3)Pm is notless than 90% in 10 yrs
and 80% in 20 yrs
high efficiency 200w poly solar module
|Power Tolerance ||±3%||±3%||±3%||±3%||±3%|
|Voltage at max power(Vmp)||34.9V||34.9V||34.9V||34.9V||34.9V|
|Current at max power(Imp)||5.44A||5.58A||5.73A||6.02A||6.16A|
|Open circuit Voltage(Voc)||43.2V||43.2V||43.2V||43.2V||43.2V|
|Short circuit current(Isc)||5.98A||6.15A||6.3A ||6.62A||6.78A|
|Maximum System Voltage||1000V ||1000V ||1000V||1000V||1000V |
|Maximum series Fuse Rating||15A||15A||15A||15A||15A|
|Standard Test Condition ||Irradiance 1000W/sqm,Module temperature 25°C,AM=1.5|
|Mechanical Characteristics |
|Solar cell:Polycrystalline silicon solar cell 156×156mm(6inch)|
|No.ofcells and connections:72=6×12pcs|
|Dimension of module:1482×992×50mm(58.3×39×2inch)|
|Junction Box:Ip65 rated|
|Warranty: Pm is not less than 90% in 10 years and 80% in 25 years|
|Resistances:227g stell ball fall down from 1m height and 60m/s wind|
|Current temperature coefficient:0.06±0.01%/K|
|Voltage temperature coefficient:-(78±10)MV/K|
|Power temperature coefficient:-(0.5±0.05)%/K|
|IEC 61215 ed.2, IEC61730 and UL-1703|
- Q:solar pannels capacity?
- You can find a lot on the Internet about how solar panels work. See the links below. I'm not sure how you define capacity. Solar panels are made up of many solar cells. Each cell is capable of generating a low DC voltage while delivering a small current, Several cells are connected in series, making strings to develop the required voltage. Then many of these strings are connected in parallel, so the panel can deliver a usable current. Then the panels are connected in series and/or parallel to deliver a usable voltage and current. My panels are rated at 24 volts. 20 panels are connected in series to develop 480 volts. This is sent to an inverter, which converts the 480 volts DC to 20 volts AC
- Q:solar panels and batteries?
- If it pulls 9 amps continuously, that's 08 watts/hour or about 2.5 kwh/day. If it only pulls half that (does it cycle?) it's about .2 kwh/day. You only want to drain a lead-acid battery 50% or so, so you'll want a 5 or 2.5 kwh battery pack. A typical setup for the 5 kwh would be two L-6 batteries in series, and for the 2.5 kwh you could use 2 T-05 batteries in series. This does not account for days of cloud. If you regularly have cloudy days, size the battery pack for two or three days of use with no input (2-3 x the sizes given above). To charge them, you typically want panels that will charge your battery at least 5% of its capacity per hour (C/20). For 2 volt nominal panels that's 0 amps for the T-05 or 20 amps for the L-6 batteries. It's good to have more than that for battery life (it cuts down on what's called stratification), so you'll want probably 50-200 watts of panels for the T-05 and 300-400 for the L-6. You'll also need a charge controller. Peltier coolers are very inefficient. You'll save money by using a regular mini-fridge and an inverter. Most mini-fridges only draw 50 watts or so, so you're talking 600 watt-hours for a 50% duty cycle. This means two T-05 batteries will give you two days of use and you'll only need 20-50 watts of panel. DK
- Q:solar panels on the house?
- You can power all your house with solar panels, you can follow some simple video instructions to build all your solar panel and solar power needs manually for your home electricity..
- Q:any one know about electricity solar panels?
- The charger will accept whatever current is necessary from the solar panel up to 7A. It's not like the solar panel will force 2amps into the charger/battery -- the charger will control the current going to the battery. I question whether or not the 2V panel will actually charge the battery, though, because in order to charge a standard lead-acid 2V battery you need to have about 4.5 volts applied to the terminals. Perhaps the charger has a boost circuit -- I don't know without looking at it or knowing the brand/model number, etc. The timer must be 2VDC, but, if you only have a timer that is rated for 20VAC, you can buy a small inverter that will take 2V and supply the necessary 20VAC. An inverter rated for 20 to 50 Watts should be sufficient. These usually cost under US$25. .
- Q:A more efficient solar panel?
- yes it is being done. i've seen adds for such a system. on the other hand, if you had a 5 sq in Lens focused on a small cell, and a 5 sq in cell, they'd be about the same. in fact, the cell might be a bit better because (A) there wouldn't be any loss in the Lens, and (B) it might be that the solar cell would use some frequencies to which the Lens was opaque. in addition, the cost of solar cells is dropping, making the cost of the mirrors or lenses uneconomical by comparison.
- Q:solar panel inverters?
- definite, the inverter ought to pull potential from both the battery and photo voltaic array, yet so what? that would favor to not be a project. both the potential from the photo voltaic array receives kept contained in the battery, or it is going on to the inverter, what vast difference does it make? in reality that's more beneficial effective to pass on to the inverter, as battery value/discharge cycles waste quite some potential. yet you desire a fee controller between the panel and the battery and which will regulate the present into the battery to maintain away from overcharging, and also regulate the voltage and contemporary to right value the battery. without it, the output from the array will be too intense for the battery, or too low. .
- Q:How to maintain a battery with a solar panel?
- Yes, you can purchase a solar photovoltaic array to keep your batteries charged. You will need a Photovoltaic Cell Panel that produces 27 + watts (6volts x 4.5 amps = 27 watts) at 6 volts of electricity, a Charge Controller that allows only 4.5 amps of power through to the battery and will reduce the amps as the battery nears full charge and shut off the Panel when the battery is fully charged, and a 6v. Battery. Figure you will need a photovoltaic panel capable of producing a minimum of 27 watts if you are going to charge a completely dead 6 v. battery in one day. (with a clear sky). The way the system works is the sunlight strikes the cells on the panel and releases the excess electrons in the cells, they travel along central wires to your battery and charge the battery. When the sun sets, the procedure is reversed and the electrons flow backwards from the battery, into the photovoltaic cells. That is where the Charge Controller is needed. It acts a one way gate and lets the electrons go into the battery, but won't let them go backwards to the Panel. Just set your panel in the sun at the optimum angle for the season and your latitude on earth, connect the charge controller and then the battery, and it will keep your battery charged. Don't waste your money on the small wattage solar photovoltaic systems that claim to keep your battery charged. They simply can't do it unless your battery is in like new condition and is fully charged when they are hooked up. If you battery is a few months old, the small wattage photovoltaic systems can't keep up with the loss of power from sulfation inside the battery.
- Q:You place four identical solar panels in 4 places.?
- Best to worst- ) The Earth side of the Moon 2) Sahara Desert 3) New England 4) Far side of the Moon
- Q:Any companies that have solar panels?
- Yes there are companies that sell solar panels, many of them specialize in solar, a simple google search with your state or city name and the word solar should get you many results. There are actually two kinds of solar panels that get installed on homes, one kind creates electricity, the other heats up water. Depending on how large a system you installed, you could have all of your electricity or hot water powered by solar, which would mean you'd use less nonrenewable resources like coal, oil, or natural gas. The other difference the solar panels would make would be in your electric or gas bill, that number would go down right away, but you'd have to wait a few years before the money you save there would cover the cost of buying the panels, the number of years depends on your state, and the size of your system. Starting in January there will be a 30% federal tax credit, that would mean savings for every installation in the US. Also a lot of states now have a rebate program, which means the system is even less expensive.
- Q:Solar Panels?
- Well, the best way to buy solar panels is to shop by watts. Solar panels come in a wide variety of watts, from to over 200. However, the more watts a panel has, the more it costs. I would suggest getting small things first, and gradually converting to solar power so as to help the environment and save money. If you have an outdoor pool, buy a solar collector to heat it. It will extend your swimming season and once you hook it up, you won't have to worry about it. (My cousins have this on their pool.) Also, there are solar cell phone chargers available for purchase, you could get one of those. As for your house, you would need several solar panels and a converter to be able to power your whole house on solar energy.
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