75W-100W Mono Solar Panels, Solar System

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75W-100W Mono Solar Panels, Solar System


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1. 75-100W Mono crystalline solar 
2. Super quality competitive price 
3. solar system


Product Description

 

Material: Monocrystalline Silicon

Size: 1205*545*35mm

Number of Cells: 36

Max. Power: 75-100

Voc[V]: 21.8-22.6

Isc[A]: 4.85-6.03

Vmp[V]: 18.0-18.7

Imp[A]: 4.17-5.34

Module area [m]: 0.66

Module weight [kg]: 8



Features

High module conversion efficiency, through superior manufacturing technology Guaranteed -1% to +3% Power Tolerance Entire module certificated to withstand high wind loads and snow loads (5400Pa) Anodized aluminum is mainly for improving corrosion resistance.

Highly transparent, low-iron, tempered glass, and antireflective coating Excellent performance under low light environments


Benefits

25-year warranty on power output; 5-year warranty on materials and workmanship Product liability insurance
Local technical support

Local warehousing
48 hour-response service
Enhanced design for easy installation and long term reliability 



75W-100W Mono Solar Panels, Solar System



75W-100W Mono Solar Panels, Solar System

   


FAQ

Is solar power difficult to use?

Although the production of solar panels incorporates a high-tech manufacturing process, it is really very easy to use a photovoltaic system. Solar panels have no moving parts to wear out, they can be used alone or in combination with other energy sources, and they are silent, reliable and long lasting.

What can you power with Photovoltaics?

A properly designed photovoltaic system can supply electricity for many applications, from small remote lighting needs to megawatts of power for large utility companies. An advantage of photovoltaic power is that it can do anything a traditional power generator can do, only without consuming pollution-causing fuel, or requiring noisy motors.

What is a PV system?

A PV system consists of all the equipment and materials needed to generate solar energy, including solar panels (often called modules), a support structure, wiring, an inverter, a meter and other equipment as required by a specific application.  JUST-SOLAR's PV system for commercial buildings, and ET Solar system for residential uses are examples of complete PV systems.

What is a solar module?

Solar modules are series of solar cells, wired together and enclosed protect them from the environment. They are often referred to as in self-contained glass units to solar panels as well.

How do solar cells work?

Solar cells are solid-state devices in which photons (or packets of light) collide with atoms. This process transforms the resulting into electrons. These electrons flow into wires connected to the cell, thus providing electric current to appliances, lighting systems or other electrical loads; and all of the power comes directly from the sun.

What is Photovoltaic Power?

Photovoltaic (PV) power is a term used to describe the process of converting sunlight into electricity with solar cells. These cells are specially constructed from semiconductor materials, and are treated to generate a flow of electricity when sunlight shines on them


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Q:How many volts does a small solar panel on a calculator produce?
It isn't Volts that matter if you're trying to put the calculator solar panel on the camera. It would be the amps. The calculator's solar panel will put out however many volts or very close to what the battery puts out. If you want you can test it out with a Volt/Ammeter. You see, those cameras use 2 double A batteries. They are going to put out a higher current than the small dime shaped battery in the back of your calculator; a higher voltage perhaps too. Those disposable cameras have a photo flash capacitor in them that has to charge. You can hear them charge up when you tell it to turn on the camera's flash. Sounds like a winding then the little orange light comes on. That light means the capacitor is charged. You SHOULDN'T be able to change out the batteries in the camera with a solar panel from a calculator without having to wait days for that flash capacitor to charge. Sorry. EDIT: HOWEVER, you can take multiple solar panels and wire them in a parallel circuit to get more current(amperes) or wire them in a series circuit to get a higher voltage. If you were to do this you could power whatever you wanted with them. Even your house if you were to get a rectifier to convert the power from DC to AC.
Q:Can one benefit from solar panels?
Solar panels are very effective ways to collect, store, and use energy. However at this time they still are not incredibly cost effective. People scream and shout about being green, however being green needs to be practical. If an electric bill costs triple what you pay now just for being green that seems like crap to me. It kind of reminds me of organic food. (If labeled organic and 99 cent item costs 5 bucks.) The sad thing is if only solar panels were massed produced they could be a method for collection of electricity. However currently they are only used either for demonstration purposes or scientific use. Mankind way of thinking about energy needs to change before this can be seriously seen as a method of energy.
Q:question about Solar Panels?
Assuming that you have / will upgrade wiring sizes to carry the extra wattage, that the new total wattage resulting from the addition doesn't overload any existing charge controller, diodes and / or inverter you have installed, then paralleling it straight into one of the other 2 volt groups should do nothing but add current to the system. True, it will be somewhat imbalanced, but it will work. Your other options would be to reconfigure everything down to it's native 2 V configuration which will raise current and lower voltage, with the additional panel creating the additional current to raise the wattage or to put it in series with the other 4 panel clusters so that you would get 36 V and additional current to account for the raised wattage. One last approach might be to set it up on another battery bank of it's own (small and at 2 V) to then connect to the same inverter. You'd be getting more power and storage capability that way, sort of a partial backup system, really, that will take some of the load off the other components to help extend their useful lives and get a bit more flexibility into it as well. The choice is yours here. That is all the ways that the system can be connected in, assuming everything in the first sentence checks out;-) It's difficult to make a recommendation without knowing what other components are in use and what the maximum ratings they carry are. Just remember that parallel connections add current and voltage stays the same, series connections add voltage and the current remains the same and you can figure out what to do with this thing to help you if you stay within maximum ratings for the charge controller, diodes and / or inverter involved. Good luck and stay safe!
Q:Can pluto recieve energy from solar panels?
Just to clarify, while the Sun superficially will look like a bight star from Pluto with no discernible disk, staring at it would damage your eyes. It still packs some punch even at Pluto's distance, but as others have so eloquently stated, installing solar panels on Pluto would be a tall engineering order for very little return.
Q:Is it worth installing solar panels on a house that has no South-facing roof?
Depends how much sun you get. Even if you don't face south, you could still be able to harvest a lot of energy from the sun. You could install panels transversely so they face south to increase sun exposure, but this might not look so nice. Or you could move your house to the Southern hemisphere, when your solar panels should face north. Or install miniature windmills on your roof instead.
Q:South facing solar panels?
You want the panels facing south because that is where they would get the most sunlight throughout the day. If your front door is facing north, then the back of your house would be facing south, right? So put them up in the back where they are facing south...haha wtf..
Q:I would like to know mire about solar energy ?
You do'nt want to build a solar panel. The heart of a solar system is the Converter. From that you know that you will have 20 VAC output, but you need to know what kind of input you need prior to building your system. That way you can buy solar panels at that voltage or hook them up in series to get the voltage you need to be converted. You'll then need to calculate the power (watts) you use from day to day, that way your solar system can provide you with what you need. Problem is, NOW, you have a choice to make. If you want to just cut down on your reliance of grid power, there are companies that will do all this for you, and hook you up to the grid so that by day you will be using nothing but solar power, but at night you will be running off the grid. These companies generally make it harder on you to buy the system outright by not providing you maintenance or repair services.....so that could be an issue, which is how they keep you 'leasing' the equipment from them. OR You can go completely off the grid in which case you will have to buy back up batteries and wire them in so that they are charging during the day so that you will be running off of battery power by night.
Q:Is this a good kit for building a solar panel?
i like Eric's answer. that is conceivable to construct your man or woman panels via wiring mutually man or woman photograph voltaic cells. that is an exciting element of do, yet isn't a thank you to save money. in view that such panels are unlawful to hook up with the grid, you could result making use of them with batteries, and paying extra for electrical energy than in simple terms paying for it from the electrical powered company. photograph voltaic can ultimately save money, yet to do this, you often spend the equivalent of five, 0, possibly 5 years of electric expenses up front, then have decreased or close to-0 expenses thereafter. once you're obtainable, truthfully look into installation extra insulation and weatherproofing on your place. you additionally can evaluate paying for and installation a photograph voltaic water heater.
Q:Question about solar panels?
Good question. Something to keep in mind is that modern solar electric works _alongside_ the grid, so you don't need to displace your entire 2300 kWh. The best financial return, if any, might come at a point where you generate only 500, 000, or 500 kWh per month. How many panels you need strongly depends on your location. Speaking for the location of my house in San Jose, Ca, that amount of usage would be about a 2 kW array, and if you divide 60 into that, you get 200 panels. In a perfect location, you would need slightly less, in a northern state, you might need double that. If this was a real project, you would probably not use 60-watt panels. The choice of panels is not simply a matter of getting enough watts. 2 kW is a large system today for residential. The usual advice is to go for energy efficiency first, then consider solar after the usage is down.
Q:Are you a solar panel specialist?
Yes and No. I'm hardly a 'genius' or 'specialist' but I have built a couple solar panels on my own. They're actually pretty easy to construct and you can find all of the materials at your local hardware store. Each panel cost me about $60 to make. Solar technology is jumping by leaps and bounds, becoming more and more efficient :photo voltaic cells, for example. Solar energy is a viable energy source, that's for certain.

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