Grade A Poly Solar Panel Moudle 280-295W On Sale

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 285 Number of Cells(pieces): 60

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Grade A Poly Solar Panel Moudle 280-295W On Sale

- TUV IEC, MCS (UK), CE, CEC (Australia), INMETRO, IDCOL, SONCAP CERTIFIED

- [EU ANTIDUMPING DUTY-FREE] 

- PROFESSIONAL SOLAR PANEL MANUFACTURER SINCE 2004 

  

FEATURES

`Long Service Life

`High Efficency Solar Cells

`Special Aluminum Frame Design

`High Transmission,Low Iron Tempered Glass

`Advanced Cell Encapsulation

 

APPLICATIONS

`Solar power stations

`Rural electrification, Small home power systems

`Power supply for traffic, security, gas industry

`12V and 24V battery charging system

`Other industrial and commercial applications

 


Grade A Poly Solar Panel Moudle 280-295W On Sale 

Grade A Poly Solar Panel Moudle 280-295W On Sale

 

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Grade A Poly Solar Panel Moudle 280-295W On Sale

FAQ

1. What is the number of solar cells does it have

---60(6X10)

 

 

2. Does it meet Europe Standards for Solar Energy

---This is TUV approval products, all the producing procedure apply TUV&UL.

 

3. What is the Efficiency level

--- up to 17.4%.

  

4. What is the Warranty Period, How many years?

Power efficiency warranty:

---90% in 10 years; 80% in 25 years.

 

 

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Q:Solar panel questions...?
anythign can be scratched/ruined/altered if not tended to properly.... remove the first biggest layer of snow and leave a lil under to try to see first if it melts away on its own (dpeendin what season of course) if not than get some luke warm water and soak the snow.... slosh it off with a rubber shovel or mop.broom whatever wont damage ur panels. anythign you take care of will last longer and take care of you.... and solar is expensive to put in and can be expensive to maintain . depends where you have most sun and depends how many resources you use, if you leave the tv on absent mindely all night and take 50 min showers or blast the heat with jsut on epathetic lil donwpour of rain instead of just BUNDLING UP like a alot of lazy *** ameicans and.or rich careless bastards of course youa re goign to be paying up and out of your asshhhhh-hooooo and nooooo there are some different materials solar panels are made of, there is a main base/core they use but im sure there are AT MOST two...the rest is either glass or plastic! depends for what you want and how many , includign size.... good luck!!!! excuse my typos
Q:Solar Energy - What would these solar panels power?
For okorder.com As for that kit you are looking at, that is more suitable for mounting on a travel trailer somewhere where you are camping to recharge the deep cycle battery for the low voltage appliances you are using. Right now is probably a good time to start looking at ways of either running on low voltage, say for general lighting in a basement, or shed, and putting up some means of maintaining those batteries with solar and or wind. If you start small, you can add on at any time.
Q:Solar panels for security cameras?
Research using solar panels on stock tank water pumps. Same concept - you use a solar panel to power a remote something or other, only you would have to use a battery charged by day to run the camera at night. It does not look like you would need too powerful of a solar panel, the camera server says it needs less than 5w, no idea on the cameras, so check that out, but the whole system looks rather low power. You could easily get the necessary panels, maybe the battery too, for... I would say $200 (not in one package, you would have to get separate things). Connection of everything would be simple, no electrician needed (but keep that to yourself, depending upon state rules and regs).
Q:If I shine different color lights (bulbs) on a solar panel, will it affect the electricity output?
Q:How much is the average solar panel?
Completely self-efficient and autonomous??? Forget it. Too expensive. It's only worth if you use like 8 lights (2-20w) about 4 hours a day, a fridge, a tv about 4 hours/day and basically nothing else or a few low consume stuff. Forget about microwaves, dryers, or other stuff. Too much watts. And that would cost you no less than 5000-6000$. You need panels (about 4 or 6 20w would suit maybe), 2 batteries (about 600Ah at least), inverter(500w/24v) and a regulator, lets say a 30A one. Just stick to normal energy supply. A single 20w panel may cost about 750$ at least.
Q:Will a 2W, 2V mono solar panel power up a laptop battery?
I'm afraid neither of these panels will do much for charging or running your laptop. If the power brick is supposed to emit 5 volts at 5 amps, that's 75 watts. Neither of those panels provides enough voltage and the power output is obviously far too small. The capabilities of solar power are vastly overestimated for small panels. Sunlight is limited to about kilowatt per square meter under ideal conditions (summer time, clear blue sky, for a few hours around noon in the US southwest). But consumer panels top out at about 5% efficiency, so your limit is 50 watts per square meter - in other words you would need about half a square meter, or about six square feet, of panel to provide 75 watts. And even under ideal conditions you will only get that much for a few hours each day. Also, the panel's voltage output is not regulated, so even if you find a panel that emits 5 volts (this would actually have to be made up of groups of 30 cells in series, as they emit half a volt each at most) you can't just connect the panel output into your laptop's DC in. You'd need a regulated DC-to-DC supply, and since that is not 00% efficient it will cost a bit of the power... now you need even more panel area. All in all, not really a practical thing to carry along on a camping trip.
Q:Why don't we use solar panels?
It's expensive - solar power isn't competitive with power from the grid in most countries and it's a very expensive in terms of capital - you have to put most of the money up front. Meanwhile fossil fuel plants are cheaper to build and from then on you only spend money on fuel when you're selling power (and of course you don't have to pay for the damage you cause society with air pollution and greenhouse gases).
Q:how much money does solar panels save?
even although photograph voltaic panels cost quite some funds up front and don't furnish a hundred% performance, over the existence of the device, a photo voltaic panel array can shop maximum folk funds. producers furnish 25 365 days production guarantee on panels and panels will often proceed to supply after the guaranty has expired. whilst a device is designed to supply 'internet metering' truly producing as a lot power a house makes use of it (the two by way of batteries or pushing it back on the grid the payback on the cost of the panels would be measured by way of dividing the device cost by way of the month-to-month power expenses. With the passage of a 30% federal tax credit on qualified platforms and assorted state classes, platforms will payback often in under a decade consistent with utilization factors and climate.
Q:How will i construct solar panel?
For powering a something that works on DC, like a gate opener, Elaine is right, and in some cases only ONE bigger cell is sufficient due to battery storage; however if the appliance is 20v AC, then an inverter is needed also. MOST of Elaine's answer is good, but a few corrections are needed: Plywood - use EXTERIOR grade only, and even then it can warp; chipboard or waferboard is preferable as it does NOT warp, BUT is not available most places in 3/8, /2 nominal, (5/32) is usually the thinnest available, and it is heavier than plywood. DO NOT use particle board. Superglue - NO, it dries too fast to be useful, in most cases. Wires - For a single cell OK, but for larger panels the best wire is tabbing wire, (which is flat,) which is available from all commercial solar cell dealers. Be very careful soldering this to the cells, as unless you buy the expensive flexible cells, they are easily damaged; I suggest also getting flux pens with liquid flux. Diode - Necessary, but needs to be large enough to handle voltage and current. Usually 25v and 5-30 amps,, one per panel. Plexiglas - OK, but NOT as long lasting as glass; best glass is the special solar glass which is designed to pass almost all of the proper light frequencies, but IS expensive, and usually needs to be specially ordered since most glass stores do not stock it. Double panes work well with the outer pane glass and the inner plexiglas, (to protect the cell if glass broken,) IF where might get damage, such as 'ground' mounting. AND Frame kits are available for larger panels, but IF you make your own, a good table router is a great advantage. Inverter - IF used for 20v AC appliances you MUST have an inverter capable of handling the load, and the best ones are modified sine, or true sine, wave types, and even the best are less than 50% efficient. Note that they will last longer if NOT used at more than 2/3 capacity.
Q:cheapest solar panels sold on line?
If okorder.com/... , cost $75 each. I haven't personally tried that product, but the company has been around for a long time, and is not a fly-by-night. If it has to last, there are dozens of places online that will sell conventional sealed panels. Expect to pay $2.00 a watt on up nowadays.

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