Bendable Solar Module, Semi-Flexible Module with High Efficiency

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 100 Number of Cells(pieces): 36

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High efficiency bendable solar module adopts the highest efficiency cell in the world from USA, with efficiency up to 20% or highter,which enable 25-30% higher power generation than the conventional PV modules at the same size.


By adopting the back contact technique,the cell can be coated with the flexible materials and finally forms the high efficiency flexible solar panel.

 

This kind of solar panel can be widely used in the field of Electric Golf Car,Patrol Car,Travel Tourism Car,Yacht,Roof Power generation,Backpack,Tent and so on. 



our Semi-flexible solar panels are made of Sunpower solar cells.

we can do 15w-140w Semi-flexible solar panels.

any of your inquiry will get our prompt reply  
High Efficiency Bendable Solar Module, Semi-Flexible Module

 


Module size (mm):

535*1050

Cell Type

125x125

Weight(kg)

3

Power tolerance:

+/-3%

Nominal peak power(WP):

100

Nominal voltage(V):

17.6

Nominal current (A):

5.68

NOCT:

45+/-2°C

Voltage temperature coefficient:

-0.33%/°C

Current temperature coefficient:

+0.05%/°C

Power temperature coefficient:

-0.23%/°C

Open circuit voltage (Voc):

20.8

Short cirsuit current(Isc):

6.14

Conversion efficiency:

20.41%

Operating temperature:

-40 to+85°C

Max system voltage:

1000V DC


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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:solar panel for computer?
Yes. Basically, here's what you need (I'm keeping this general on purpose): The panels themselves -- how large an area depends on average power consumption and how much power you can get on average. That, in turn , depends on climate. You'd need more in Seattle than Tuscon, for example. I'd guess something in the neighborhod of 0 square feet. Depends also on haow many gadgets (printers, etc.) you have. You'll need a power storage system. Lithium gives you the best poser density (of off-the-shelf stuff) but an ordinary car battery works well and is reliable. And, of course, a control system to manage the power generation/storage/use so everything works together without that annoying smell that tells you you just cooked a few hundred bucks worth of equuipment! :)
Q:can a light bulb power a solar panel?
Solar Powered Light Bulbs
Q:Where to get solar panels in Birmingham, AL?
Any electrical contractor could likely install them, and there are several Internet businesses that sell solar panels. You likely have no place there to get the kind of large panels you need for a house. Look at your local regulations. Your utility may not allow grid-tie, so you may have to set up an off-grid system with batteries and use separate wiring or a transfer switch. One thing a lot of people neglect is hail protection. In Birmingham, you're likely to have large hail (larger than golf ball size) every couple of years in the spring. You need to work out a way of covering them in advance of severe weather. Most panels will take up to golf-ball size hail with no problem. DK PS, I've done this myself, and have considerably more information. Email if you're interested.
Q:what is the best solar panels to use on my new house(tube or flat)?
My solar thermal installation uses a 30-tube NAVITRON panel. This has an effective area of 2m2 and produces enough hot water in summer for 3 showers and plenty of washing up! I estimate that, in it's first year, it has saved me about £60 in gas. The panels and prices are shown in the attached link. Mine was fitted by a professional installer for £2500, including a huge, new cylinder (dual coil) to store the extra hot water. Flat panels are much less efficient than vacuum tube collectors. While flat panels are frequently cheaper, these Navitron panels are such good value that I think buying inferior, flat panels would be a false economy.
Q:time till a solar panel pays itself off?
the Department of Energy has a ' solar hours calculator for locations around the US factoring in hours of sunlight.....the other factor is how perpendicular to the sun the panel is.....as a wild guess I'd say Buffalo's solar hours factor is about 3....which means as an average over 365 days you get 3 hours a day of maximum ( 50 watts ) output. So 3 x 50 x 365 = 64.25 kWh a year. At, say, 5 cents a kWh, you're making $24.63 a year worth of electricity. See why the houses of upstate New York..let alone Ohio or Virginia or Georgia.....aren''t covered in panels?
Q:why aren't solar panels for your house more affordable?
Best okorder.com/... Of course sometimes you can get very cheap solar panels if you are in the right place at the right time... A friend of mine got the solar array from one of the road service companies... it had some minor defect so they were replacing it and throwing away the defective one... it still put out a good bit of power and it was free for him... but that is all luck.
Q:Solar panels for security cameras?
Only okorder.com/... Each battery will will need to be enclosed in a box from the weather to preserve it as well as the charge controllers. All this work can be done with success, but will be costly if that's what you want, and want it done right. You have no short cuts around this unless you want to damage your cameras? I still say it would be much easier to run conduit under ground for your power supply to each camera, and it would cost less money and time.
Q:What would happen if a car ran over a solar panel?
Solar panels have tempered glass, and are tougher than they seem. On commercial buildings where the panels are flat, they have a person with a mop regularly clean them, and that person walks right on the panels. A car might crack the glass, but that could be solved by simply using stronger glass. The problem of putting a panel right in the roadway would mainly be that the cars passing over it shadow the panel constantly. On a rooftop installation, installers try to avoid even a tiny shadow from a vent pipe or overhead wire, as this has a larger effect than might be supposed. Also, road grime would quickly accumulate on the panel and reduce its efficiency. Glass would be slippery as a road surface, but that problem could be solved. Metal is slippery, too, but they make bridges out of it. EDIT: To clarify, I meant serious solar panels in the first paragraph. The hobby type that they sell at Radio Shack or Harbor Freight are fragile.
Q:Solar Panel Wiring in SERIES?
Although I'm not experienced with solar panels, I would say no. if you wire them in series you'll actually be putting voltage through one of the panels. Can't believe this would be good. My suggestion would be to wire one panel to one battery and one panel to the other battery. I really don't believe there's a need to disconnect the batteries from each other. However if you would disconnect the one wire between the two batteries you would be guaranteed safe and I know that would work.

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