CE and TUV Approved 150W Poly Solar Panel

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Item specifice:

Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 150 Number of Cells(pieces): 36
Size: 1470×670×30mm

Product Description:

1. The Introduction of Solar Module

Solar modules use light energy from the sun to generate electricity through the photovoltaic effect. The majority of modules use wafer-based crystalline silicon cells or thin-film cells based on cadmium telluride or silicon. The structural (load carrying) member of a module can either be the top layer or the back layer. Cells must also be protected from mechanical damage and moisture. Most solar modules are rigid, but semi-flexible ones are available, based on thin-film cells.

2.Technical Parameter

Type

CNBM Solar Polycrystalline Series

Materials

Silicon

Guarantee

12 yrs free from defects in   materials and workmanship

No less than 90% within   10yrs and no less than 80% within 25yrs

TUV(IEC61215&IEC61730),   CE, UL

Application

 Photovoltaic/ solar/ green energy/ energy saving

Descriptions

1.High   efficiency crystalline silicon solar cell. Even if under the weak light, the   solar module can produce maximum power output.

2.Tempered glass   (toughened glass): Anti-reflecting coating and high transmission rate glass   increase the power output and mechanical strength of solar module.

3. EVA and TPT:   Using high quality EVA and TPT to prevent destroying and water.

4. AI frame:   Without screw, rner connection. 6 holes on the frame can be installed easily.

5. Junction box:   Multi function junction box with water proof.

6. Long   lifetime: ≥25 years; Less power decrease.

7. Good   performance of preventing from atrocious weather such as wind and hails.

8. Resisting   moisture and etching effectively, not effected by geology.

9. The   certificate issued by international authority: UL, TUV, IEC, CE.

 

Packaging Details:

26pcs/pallet, 28pallets/ 40HQ 

Our solar panels are packed in cartons, and then pallet. 

Shipping by sea or by air are both ok, it up to customer’s chose.

We’d like to inquiry the freight cost for customer after be informed exact quantity and destination address.

3. Application and Pictures of Products

CE and TUV Approved 150W Poly Solar Panel

CE and TUV Approved 150W Poly Solar Panel

CE and TUV Approved 150W Poly Solar Panel

4. How to Work

CE and TUV Approved 150W Poly Solar Panel

5. Packing Details

CE and TUV Approved 150W Poly Solar Panel

6. FAQ

Q1: What is the business type for the company?

A1: We are one of the biggest manufacturers in zhejiang.Chnia. Which is a high tech PV enterprise dedicated to the research, development, production and sales.. 

Q2: How long solar panel warranty can you offer?

A2: 10-Year product warranty,25-year linear power output warranty

If there is any quality problem, we will pay for freight and send free parts to you.

Q3: How many certificates do you have?

A3: We have 16 certificates,such as CE, TUV, UL, and so on.

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Q:How can you get affordable Solar Panels?
We are having solar panels installed this Friday. Call a company called Solar City. You can work it through them 3 different ways, you can buy them out right and reap 00% savings, or lease them (like we are) and sign a contract. You won't pay a dime to lease them but your savings won't be as much. The plus side is, you don't have the huge expense either and they are responsible for the maintenance. Lastly, you can lease as the latter option, and purchase during any point of the lease at a pro-rata cost. You can also chose to buy the panels cheaply when your lease is up, but they may be very outdated by then. We have found Solar City top notch, highly trained, extremely polite and considerate. We found them set up at Home Depot. It took from about last January, I think it was, until this Friday, for installation, and then it will be about another 6 weeks until the service is actually turned on. Government red tape, etc. Good luck. I hope this helped.
Q:Why did the voltage of a solar panel drop significantly after putting it through a step down voltage regulator?
you cannot treat the open circuit voltage of a solar panel like a voltage source (like a battery.) the load response of the panel doesn't behave that way. small panels and panels that are producing less than about .5A are very happy to have their output voltage pulled down to whatever they're connected to (typically zero.) I observed the same phenomenon when i connected a 2V 725mA panel to a 2V 325mA fan -- the open circuit voltage of 5V dropped to 3V when connected to the fan, and returned to 5V when disconnected. The easiest workaround is to use 2V of rechargable batteries in parallel with the panel so that the battery holds the 2V potential difference and the panel just supplies the current. any excess current charges the batteries, so you might consider whether or not you need some type of charge controller to prevent burning the batteries via overcharging. there are actually very few applications of solar panels connected directly to circuits that i have seen that have any kind of robust performance -- if they work at all, they eventually die/burn themselves out in a couple of months. the best robust designs always have a rechargable battery and charge controller somewhere in the power circuitry to buffer the load circuit from the panel. .
Q:How many solar panels do I need?
You're missing a few assumptions: - where on the globe? - how well is your house insulated, how do you plan to heat/cool your house? - why do you insist on power wasting appliances like plasma screens? Usually, unless it's absolutely impossible, a grid-tie-in system is much better than an insular system. You could use the grid to 'store' electricity for those times when the sun isn't shining and as fall-back if your yield isn't quite as good as you calculated. With the battery system, you'll have to specify your reliability requirements. If you want a 00% guarantee that you'll always have electricity, even if the sun is not shining for a week longer than you've planned according to the past weather history of your area, you'll either have to ridiculously oversize your battery (and panel) system, or plan for some sort of backup system anyway. Finally, if you're really planing such a system, you might want to take a look at the fridges and freezers used on sailboats: these use a eutectic cold accumulator, i.e. you 'charge' the fridge when the engine is running (or the sun is shining) and it'll then keep the temperature for another ~2...35 (professional systems) hours.
Q:are solar electric panels viable in the northwest?
The key is the average insolation value for the location. This is a number that represents the effective numbers of sunlight available per day. The insolation for Seattle varies from 2.9 and 3.57, depending on who is reporting the number. The insolation where I live, near San Francisco is 5. For me, solar is paying off.
Q:so what do you all think about solar panels? are they worth it?
They are absolutely worth it. I had a town house in Boston with solar panel shingles and they were able to supply enough energy for me to feed back the grid-- literally making money off of them. I am building a very large home in the suburbs now and we are doing solar shingles on that. Our contractor estimated that with our geotherm heat pump and energy efficient lighting we should still be able to throw back more energy to the grid all year round! As for leasing it is not worth it. For one thing, most leasing contracts prevent you from selling your energy to the grid yourself but rather they take a cut. But a bigger issue: the government gives you a tax credit on solar panel installations but only if you purchase them! I did the math myself the first time I did solar panels and with the tax credit I saved 25% over leasing. Something else to consider is that with your own panels you can connect a variety of other systems to your home and modify them as needed.
Q:solar panels for your home?
Hello, Yes you definitely can use this kind of panels. Powering your home entirely will be an issue if you are not familiar with solar energy and electricity in general. If it's the case I'm afraid you'll need a specialist. The basic principle of a solar power system: - Solar panel to charge the batteries - DC to AC converter that will convert the DC voltage from your battery to AC voltage so that you can connect regular home appliances like lights or TV.
Q:selling solar panels online - a good idea?
My guess is that you might find everything related solar power at www.okorder.com.
Q:I would like to know mire about solar energy ?
Why don't you just call a solar energy company and ask them anything you need to know, or check out websites- they usually have page with faqs or info. The company I used has lots of info on their website and they were very helpful.
Q:Is it truE thet solar panels. . ?
You do not need batteries unless you want power at night, you don't need a regulator unless you'll be using your panels to power anything other then what the voltage of the panels is (ie 2v panel = 2v llight bulb) 3.You can use them directly or you can use car batteries (though deep cycle batteries are better).
Q:Solar Panel - DC motor - Rated Power ? Functionality ?
solar cells are not rated in mah, they are rated in ma or amps. I'll assume this one is 50mA. Two in parallel will give you 300mA, so that will charge a 800mA-hr battery in 800/300 = 3 hours. Theoretically, in bright sunlight if the array is exactly at right angles to the sun's rays. The problem is, depending on the type of cells, the battery pack will need 8 volts or so to charge, and your solar cells won't deliver that. If the sun is at an angle, you may get only 3-5 volts. so you have to put them in series, so you will get only 50mA out of them, which will charge the battery in 6 hours of bright sunlight. Would two of my solar panels run this DC motor ? If the motor is .8 amps, you need the battery, the arrays are not near enough. Or are you attempting to replace the battery pack with the solar array? Your english makes that difficult to understand. If so, put them in parallel to get the 300mA, but that would run the .8 amp motor very slowly. If you had 2 of the solar panels, it might run at close to full speed if the sun is bright and shining directly on all the panels. But where did you get the .8 amps for the motor? The 800Mah rating of the battery has ZERO to do with the motor current. So the answer above is based on your number, which I suspect is totally wrong. .

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