Blue monocrystalline Silicon solar panel 210W suitable for any solar led street light

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Solar module 210W

Open circuit voltage (Voc):54V

Optimum power voltage (Vm):45.57V

Short circuit current (Isc):4.89A

Optimum operating current (Im):4.61A

Watts peak (Wp):210W

Dimension of module(mm):1706X944X50mm

Cell Type:Monocrystaline Silicon Cell

Weight:20kg

Packing:2pcs/carton

Carton size:1740×980×130mm

Gross wight:40KG/2pcs/carton

416pcs/40'GP,192pcs/20'GP,468pcs/40'HQ

Solar module 220W

Open circuit voltage (Voc):54.3V

Optimum power voltage (Vm):45.5V

Short circuit current (Isc):5.13A

Optimum operating current (Im):4.84A

Watts peak (Wp):220W

Dimension of module(mm):1706X944X50mm

Cell Type:Monocrystaline Silicon    Cell

Weight:20kg

Packing:2pcs/carton

Carton size:1740×980×130mm

Gross wight:40KG/2pcs/carton

416pcs/40'GP,192pcs/20'GP,468pcs/40'HQ

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Q:can i make a solar panel out of aluminum foil?
You can't make a solar panel to generate any reasonable amount of electricity from that. You need a semiconductor to start with, in order to have something that can generate free charge carriers(electrons and holes) from photons. Then you need a junction which can separate the charges. In principle you could make a Shottky Diode solar cell from copper if you could find a doped semiconductor to bond a sheet of it to the copper. To form a decent electric field there should be a significant difference in work functions between the copper and the semiconductor, this will generally require the semiconductor to be doped. On top of this you would need a transparent conductor (most used are things like ITO or other 'TCOs' - Transparent Conducting Oxides) to be the top electrode to inject replacement charges into the semiconductor to replace the effect of recombination current. In summary, it's difficult to DIY. You generally need complicated machinery to get decent crystal growth and/or doping.
Q:do solar panels have to be in direct sunlight?
Should be okay but you might lose a little power if the windows blocks infrared or ultraviolet light [which I believe they do]
Q:What can you tell me about rebate incentives for residential solar panels in New York state?
Go to your state's department of revenue and enter the solar panel thing in the site search box and follow the thread to exactly what is in place in the here and now. Things seem to change on a daily basis any more.
Q:How much electricity does a solar panel generate?
Actually, there's about 000W per square meter of optical power from the sun. Solar cells cannot collect all of that power though. In fact, most solar panels are only about 5% efficient (though some can be around 20%). So that means a solar panel that is square meter can only provide about 50W, not 000W. And that's only during peak sunlight hours.
Q:Is there anyone trying to create a cheaper and more efficient solar panel?
The most cost-effective solution, which the vast majority of new installs use today, is solar alongside the regular power company. That way, you need no batteries, and if the solar array isn't producing enough at any given time, you draw from the electric company. When the array is producing more than you need, instead of just throwing that power away, the power company buys it (usually). In short, yes, you will still have an electric bill, but a smaller one. On our house, the electric bill was a little less than $5 a month, with an end-of-year settlement of an additional $2. How much does it cost? Unfortunately, that's like asking how much personal transportation costs. Some people need a van to transport the kids to soccer, some may get by with a motorcycle, others may need only a bicycle. The best thing is to contact a professional installer to get a quote based on your location and electrical usage. Solar electric does not make financial sense in all areas. Our array cost $2,000 but don't use that as a guide. Yours might be 0 times that, or half that, depending on your area and needs.
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:projects using solar panels?
I have done this in my project too and a solar panel, two wires, a circuit/project board, an LED light/a small fan,a switch and a solderer. Just solder the wires to the positive and negative parts of the panel, put the wires connected to the panel to the board put the LED's on the other side and the switch together with it shine light on the panel and the light/fan will work.(If it dosen't work, please DO NOT consult ME.)
Q:How many and what size solar panels would I need?
Solar okorder.com in their survival discussion in the archive, this exact project was discussed at length.
Q:Solar Panel Help, Trying to go green.?
Good answer above me. One other tip, look at your full year's usage. Last month, if it was cold, you probably didn't have your air conditioner on. Our house uses 500-600 kWh a month average, but we have no air conditioner. To generate all of this requires a 3 kW array in our part of California. That's only to give you an idea of what it takes - what you need will be based on how much sun your area gets, and what percentage of power you want to get from the array. If you pay tiered electric rates, it may make sense to displace only part of your electricity with solar. Or it may not make financial sense at all, if you have cheap electricity where you live. To get the best assessment of what kind of system would be appropriate, try to get one or two no-obligation quotes from local companies. You can always turn down the bids, but at least you will have learned what's involved and the approximate cost. If you want to see what we did with our house, please contact me through the email in my profile.
Q:how the energy of solar panel measure?
A solar panel is made up of solar cells. Each cell produces about 0.5 to 0.6 volts. Cells are connected in series, like the batteries in a flashlight. Enough cells are placed in series to produce the desired voltage. Cells produce very little current, so many strings of cells are connected in parallel to produce sufficient current. The output is direct current (DC), like that from a battery. A home solar system needs alternating current (AC), so an inverter is used to change from DC to AC. Some systems have batteries for backup power. In these some of the DC output is used to keep the batteries charged. Systems are measured in kilowatts. System sizes are chosen to meet the demands for electricity. My system has a 6 kilowatt (kW) rating. The true output is more like 4. Now that you know this much you can Google SOLAR SYSTEMS to learn more.

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