65W CNBM Polycrystalline Silicon Panel for Home Using

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 65 Number of Cells(pieces): 72
Size: 780×670×30mm

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65W CNBM Polycrystalline Silicon Panel for Home Using

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Most solar modules are currently produced from crystalline silicon (c-Si) solar cells made of multicrystalline andmonocrystalline silicon. In 2013, crystalline silicon accounted for more than 90 percent of worldwide PV production, while the rest of the overall market is made up of thin-film technologies using cadmium telluride, CIGS and amorphous silicon[7]Emerging, third generation solar technologies use advanced thin-film cells. They produce a relatively high-efficiency conversion for the low cost compared to other solar technologies. 

65W CNBM Polycrystalline Silicon Panel for Home Using


Optimized design for ease of soldering and lamination

Long-term stability,reliability and performance 

Low breakage rate

Color uniformaity 


Physical characteristic


1. Rigorous quality control meets the highest international standards.

2. High-transmissivity low-iron tempered glass, strong aluminium frame.

3. Using UV-resistant silicon.

4. IS09001/14001/CE/TUV/UL  


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Q:How to make electricity from the sun without using solar panels?
Solar cells are the cheapest way to produce electrical energy directly from the sun at this time. All other methods are experimental and not something the average person would ever want to use. If you are an engineer with a background in designing you might be able to pull it off but odds are you are going to spend a lot of money doing development work and not produce much power. It is possible to build you own hot water collectors to provide your domestic hot water. It is a lot of work but if you don't have the money to purchase the collectors it is an option.
Q:Do solar panels add to global warming?
If you put a black panel on the ground or on your house and don't connect it to anything, it will absorb solar energy (heat) during daylight and release it at night (radiation). Not exactly. Assuming the black panel establishes an equilibrium temperature, it's going to be losing exactly as much heat as it's receiving during the day. Some will radiate out into space, some will conduct or convect into the atmosphere. As a wild guess, maybe 50/50. If you hook up a solar panel in the same place but hook it up to batteries, charge the batteries during sunlight hours and using that energy to electrically heat the home at night. The panels will absorb solar energy during the day but will convert that to electrical energy in the batteries instead of radiating it back into space at night. The panels are only about 4% efficient, so it's the same situation as the pure black panel for 86% of the energy. The remaining 4% will get stored in the batteries and then converted to heat at night. That heat will eventually leak out of the house and warm up the Earth a tiny bit. I think it's much the same situation either way. With the black panel the energy gets radiated / conducted/convected right away. With the solar panel a small percentage is stored and not so much is radiated, mostly conducted and convected. You're partly right as a black panel is going to radiate more into space than a house. But you're taking about maybe some day about 4% of % of the differening radiation/convection/conduction fraction, of the Earth's surface area. Probably not significant.
Q:Solar panel for your home?
it all depends on how much electricity you use for heating/cooling and cooking.......if you just need lights, TVs etc then you could get away with about $5-8,000 US for a system depending on how far north you live.....to go completely off the grid is near $25,000 by the time batteries and inverters and all of that is figured in....
Q:Solar Panels Energy Theory?? ENERGY?
No. That lie is put out there by people who would lose out if solar panels ever became widely used. It does take about as much power to produce them as the panels make in 2 years in a good location, but considering their useful lifetime is at least 20-30 years, that isn't much. Wind power produces as much power as is used to create the windmill in 7-9 months in a decent location. Neither will ever produce as much power as they required to be made if placed in the wrong location, like in the shade or a non- windy area. No coal plant would ever make as much energy as it took to build it if no coal were provided either.
Q:i am asking about the solar panels?
First of all, make sure that you are taking readings in the dark (with the solar panel indoors and covered). 0.433 is a reasonable forward voltage for a Schottky diode. Ideally, it diode should read open one way (possibly OL for your meter), and 0.4 the other way. If it's reading OL both ways, the diode is bad. You can either unsolder it or cut it out and verify that it is bad.
Q:What would happen if a car ran over a solar panel?
Cars and SUVs weigh anywhere from a couple of thousand pounds up to ten thousand pounds. Solar panels are typically not designed to take that sort of weight. So the short answer is that it would crush the solar panel, and certainly damage the photoelectric cells inside it. - Stuart
Q:solar panel regulator?
wire them in series parallel to get 8 volts at 200 mA, and that should charge a 2 volt battery. You may want to put in a series diode to prevent the battery from discharging into the panel when the sun is out. At 200 mA, depending on the battery size, you may not need much control, as that low a current will not overcharge a large battery, like a small auto battery. In fact it will take a very long time to charge it. edit: But do i need to add a regulator? If by that you mean a voltage regulator, no, as a solar panel has a high output resistance, and that will limit the current into the battery. If you mean a charge controller, if the battery is small, you may need a charge contoller to avoid overcharging the battery. But that is not a voltage regulator. .
Q:How did Obamas funded solar panel plan flop and bunkrupt..where did those billions of dollars go?
Yes, solar panels could change the world if they were especially cheap--but they're not and may not be cheap for many years, if ever. Lots of new technology could change the world but most of it doesn't. The government doesn't have a very good track record of picking winners in the new technology markets; that's something we should probably leave to the venture capitalists to do--with their own money. The money the government spent on solar panels is gone. Racked up as debt that we'll leave to our children and grandchildren to pay off.
Q:architecture and solar panels?????????????
They aren't considered attributes - electrical solar panels are expanses of gray and aluminum covered with glass and water heating panels are expanses of black covered with glass. To cover the cost of investment they must be mounted at the best angle for the location and climate throughout the year and therefore may dictate the form of the roof (if sloped as on residences) or may not be visible in an architectural sense (if positioned on a flat roof of a commercial building.) No matter where placed, provision has to be made for safely accessing them for repair and maintenance.
Q:What minerals are used in making solar panels?
Heating panels have aluminum for the frame, glass for the top, copper pipes running through them, and possibly some plastic parts. The raw materials are easily obtained. Copper is the most difficult to get probably, but it's not all that rare, since we used to make pennies out of it. A solar electric panel is similar, with the copper used for wires and interconnect instead of pipes. The actual solar cells commonly used are almost completely pure silicon, which is abundant worldwide. There are traces of other elements in the silicon like boron, arsenic or phosphorous - these are also inexpensive, and easy to get.

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