LDK 60-cell MONO MODULE 265W Low price and High Efficiency CE TUV Certification

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Dimensions(Laminate):1636 x 986 x 35 mm[64.41 x 38.82 x 1.38 in]

Solar Cells:60 (6x10) monocrystalline silicon -
156 x 156 mm [6 inch] solar cells

 

 

Why US?

·         Industry leading module power output warranty of 25 years

·         International quality and safety certifications

·         Manufactured in ISO 9000 certified factories

·         High-reliability with guaranteed 0/+5W peak power classification

·         Excellent performance under low light environments

·         Entire module certified to withstand high wind and snow loads

 

Warranty

·         10 years for product defects in materials and workmanship

·         First 12 years for 90% of warranted minimum power

·         Remaining 25 years for 80% of warranted minimum power

 

Vertically integrating business model enables us to

·         Consistently build high quality and reliable PV products.

·         Optimize our cost structure to deliver price-competitive products.

·         Adopt cutting-edge product and production technologies.

·         Develop the most advanced manufacturing methods.

·         Minimize carbon emissions throughout our closed loop production process.

 

Certification

·         IEC:IEC 61215, IEC 61730 (1&2), conformity to CE

·         UL 1703 2002/03/15 Ed:3 Rev:2004/06/30

·         ULC/ORD-C1703-01 Second Edition 2001/01/01

·         UL and Canadian Standard for Safety Flat-Plate

·         ISO 9001: 2008 Quality Management Systems

·         CEC Listed: Modules are eligible for California Rebates

·         PV Cycle: Voluntary module take back and recycling program

·         MCS Certificate

 

After-sales Services Undertakings

1. During the equipment commissioning period, the company will send scheduler to commissioning to ensure debugging smoothly and a one-time test commissioning.

2. The company is responsible for professional users’ on-site operator training and technical exchange.

3. The long-term tracking service system: we practice lifelong quality of our product tracking service, and we also will take effective measures and solutions for the user of the technical issues and equipment problems.

4. Regularly listen to opinions and suggestions of users, to provide users with new trends in technological innovation, new product information and enhance mutual understanding.

5. Any problems, the company will provide solutions for users within 48 hours.

 

FAQ

  • Where can I buy your products?

You could find our products from dealers or contact our sales team directly. We will provide you with detailed services.

  • How to contact us?

Contact details can be found from website www.okorder.com to contact us. We look forward to providing you with professional services.

  • What is the application field of your products?

They can be used in the small photovoltaic (PV) grid power generation systems of family units as well as the commercial photovoltaic system such as BIPV, BAPV and etc.

  • What kinds of modules do your inventers support?

Our inventers support most of mainstream components and modules in the market. Should you require more details, please do not hesitate to contact our technical personnel.

 

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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.
Q:How long does it take to charge a 2v deep cycle battery with a 0 watt solar panel?
a 0w solar panel means at peak efficiency ( high noon, panel pointed flat at the sun, hitting it at 90 degrees), you will get 0 watts (at any given second). Watts = volts x amps a 2volt battery needs an incoming current of at least 3 volts to charge it; 3.5 volts is better. so if the output VOLTAGE of the panel is less than 3 volts it wont do anything. Even if it is, 0 / 3.5 = .74 amp.( three quarters). It will take forever and a day to charge a deeply discharged deep cycle battery.......... consider that a small 0v battery charger is putting out 3-5 amps ( or 3 x 0 =330 Watts) and the alternator on a car is putting out 20 to 50 amps at 4 volts ( 280 to 730 Watts).
Q:Finding the output of a solar panel?
You need full sunshine from the sun, or a lamp that will give a light spectrum similar to the sun, a volt meter, Milli-amp meter, and a variable resistor of 0 to 000 ohms. The voltmeter test leads go across the solar cell leads. The amp meter leads will be in series with the solar cell. Let's say, positive lead of the solar cell to the the positive lead of the amp meter, the negative lead of the amp meter to one terminal of the variable resistor, and the wiper terminal of the variable resistor to the negative lead of the solar cell. Slowly decrease the value of the resistor until the voltage from the solar cell just begins to drop. Take note of the amp meter reading. This is about the high end range of the solar cell. You might want to begin with a micro-amp meter for the current meter.
Q:How Do solar panels work?
Short version is that the sunlight knocks electrons loose from a semiconductor panel, and those loose electrons generate an electrical current. The solar panels have lots of cells arranged in series parallel to get to a higher voltage (usually 2 or 24 volts) and current. This is sent to charge batteries under the control of a charge controller. The voltage from the batteries is sent to an inverter that converts the 2/24 volts to 20/240 VAC for household usage. .
Q:Which is the least expensive, yet still very efficient, type of solar panel?
image voltaic thermal or warm water beats PV or Photovoltaic on a daily basis. The Mono and Poly are the main conventional. they provide years of provider and function a shown song checklist. they do no longer seem to be very warmth tolerant. production will flow down on warmer day as maximum shrink sheets will instruct. Amorphous Panels are greater warmth tolerant. they're additionally greater valuable at production with ,low easy or in part cloudy days. They produce much less what in keeping with sq. foot and want a larger section. First image voltaic produces those variety of panels. HIT by utilizing Sanyo blends those 2 together to produce a panel with the main suitable of the two structures. All PV is costly. The payoff tiers from 7-2 many years in keeping with many components.
Q:Can I hook up a Solar Panel to a car battery? Does it matter the kind of car battery?
well the thing to remember just like any rechargeable battery they don;t respond well to continues charging they need some down time to discharge and then recharge. during the charging process the liquid or battery solution get hot and even evaporates. Replacing the battery solution with water won't work when your battery has lost it's solution you need to get battery acid replacement or battery repair solution. this is sold in many location near where the batteries are sold. check your spec for your solar panel out put and take those specification to your local auto store and they might even suggest an over sized battery. you might consider adding an additional battery in series for additional power storage.you might also using a light sensor and cut off switch solenoid which which stop charging or which would also stop and current from returning back to the panel. if you have every own a small car the battery is much smaller than that of a pick up. be sure that you don't get the small battery look for a large heavy duty battery all sold in the same store.
Q:Solar panel for your home?
In the short, a solar panel is composed of many solar cells...all tied together and in some sort of a frame for mounting. When energy from the sun hits it, it creates a reaction which can feed electricity through leads to a converter system which takes the Direct Current power and converts it into Alternating Current. If you rewire your house for DC products I suppoes you wo'nt need the converter. but most of these systems are retro-fits. Batteries provide back up source to the system when the sun goes down. So solar is converted to electricity through the panel, which goes to your solar system which both provides power to the house and to recharge batteries. The batteries take over when the sun is down. So you will need to know how much battery capacity you need by calculating the Amp hour rating of your applicances that you normally use at night like Microwave, TV, radio, refrigerator, etc. For some depending on the appliance....water heater (if electric) or stove) then you need to figure out how many panels you need to provide your normal daily energy use, figure out how many batteries you need, set up a distribution system that gives you what you need where you want it and wa la. Once done, you will be off the grid and paying nothing from the electrical utility. Some places due to deregulations allow you to sell excess power to local utilities too, but those systems need to meet tight standards.
Q:DIY home solar panels?
Not a good idea. The reason why panels are that much more expensive than cells is that the panels themselves are not that cheap either. If you start with the cells, you'll need - mechanical protection (hail, ice, snow) - electrical protection (i.e. waterproofing - if water comes in contact with the cells and wires, you'll get electrolysis which will corrode your wires and contacts faster than you can say 'b*mmer') - that setup will need to withstand temperatures between -20 and +30 °C (only guessing, might be worse) - oh, and the side facing the sun must be transparent (as far as possible) Now as to connecting the stuff: no, it will be neither easy to connect it to the house power nor to the grid - which is why that step (at least) in all countries I know of must be done by a certified electrician. If you get it wrong and you're lucky, only _your_ inverter will explode. Regarding the power: these 4W per cell (or kW for your shed) is the peak value, i.e. with the sun shining orthogonally onto the cells on a clear day. Since this (for a fixed installation) will only be true (at most) for a few minutes on a few days each year, your overall yield will be significantly less, probably more like 4 kWh/day for each clear day for each kWpeak you install _IF_ the shed roof is oriented exactly south and inclined towards the sun's noon position at the spring/autumn equinox (i.e. inclination angle = your geographical latitude). How many clear days do you have in britain? Yes, I had a similar idea for myself - but for one thing, the registered companies I addressed apparently weren't really interested in that small fry, plus the cost of the system + setup would barely have been amortized after the expected lifetime, even taking into account the (german) governmental subsidies. If I had the money to spare, I'd rather invest in a communal solar park. Much better ROI, the large installations get much better prices (per kW) for the setup.
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They are working on printable flexible panels. So why stop with the roof? Many of the surfaces could be covered to take advantage of the sunlight no matter where it hits the jeep. However the actual power acquired would not make much of a difference while driving. It would allow the Jeep to charge back up while your out backpacking.

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