Mono 300w Solar Panels from China CNBM Brand

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CNBM Solar  is a world-leading and Vertical integrated manufacturer ofhigh-performance with Silicon,

Wafer, Cells, Modules, which convertsunlight into electricity for residential, commercial, and utility-scale

power generation.

        

The capacity of CNBMSolar is reach to 1GW, andmake sure each year our shipment capacity is more

Than 700-800MWs, at the same time, wehave set up the largest solar power station with our partner

in Ukraine.

       

CNBM is a Quality + Service orientedcompany with“Excellence at Each Step” approach, composed of

the finest components from TUV andIEC-certified partners around the world, CNBM modules consistently

undergo a variety of trials at thecompany’s Test & Development Centre, ensuring peak performance

capabilities. The company iscommitted to develop and provide the world with clean and renewable energy

to ease the energy shortages as wellas human kind’s impact on the environment.



Mono 300w Solar Panels from China CNBM Brand


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Q:How to connect 2 power supplies together? (Solar panels)?
Huh? you should have got something, in full sun, you should have gotten 3 or 4 volts, but milliamps in current. By connecting them pos. to pos., neg to neg,(paralell) it increases the current output. If you connect pos, on one, to neg. on the other, and measure between the remaining pos, and neg. you should have twice the voltage (series). You need 4 volts, but 4 AA's in series is 6 volts. If your going to use the panels to charge the batteries, you'll need a diode in series to prevent discharge during dark conditions, which the LED will work for.
Q:Solar Energy - What would these solar panels power?
A solar panel that is rated at 60 watts would produce that amount under the most favorable conditions of direct sunlight at noon in a good location. This would taper off to nothing at the beginning and ends of the daylight. A 60 watt Panel operating at full output for hour would produce 60 watt hours. If we assumed a straight line of output from zero to 60 watts and back to 0 again over 6 hours the average output would be 30 watts x 6 hours = 80 watt hours / day x 365 days = 65700 watt hours in a year / 2 = 5475 watt hours in a month. You lose about 0% converting from DC to AC. This reduces this to about 4927.5 watt hours. Your bill is measured in KW hr which are 000 times bigger. This is 4.9275 KW hr or .24% of your last month's bill. At a national average of about $.2 per KW hr the energy out put for one month would be equal to about 60 cents.
Q:can i join multiple solar panels?
Maybe. It depends on the panels involved, and what their output is. Not all panels are able to be daisy chained.
Q:How can I power 5v or .08 amps in a remote loaction via solar panel.?
First things first. 5 Volts @ .08 amps would be .2 Watts. therefore you would need at least the same amount from a solar panel to replenish the batteries. But what puzzles me is the notion that plugging it in a wall outlet ? If you use 20 V @ 0.08 then the power consumption is 9.6 Watts And what is a meraki wireless repeater? I never heard of one. I'm a FCC licensed Ham and have some idea what is available. If you need 5 volts DC, you could use twelve Ni-cads in series and just keep them trickle charged with the solar panel That would make it compact. If you were to use an automotive battery (or motorcycle), then you would need a DC/DC converter.
Q:selling solar panels online - a good idea?
Did okorder.com, you will see thin film going for 99 cents a watt at times. The crystalline kind of panel that goes for $2.35 a watt is more like $.50 wholesale, and that's for a major distributor, not a (forgive me) small order of $60k, which is less than one container. There is a coming glut of panels, and prices will fall, but that means both wholesale and retail prices. I'm not saying it won't work, but do good research. For example, I think there are many more than 3 or 4 online shops for solar panels. Investigate shipping an warehousing costs. Investigate whether Home Depot really does not offer installation (every time I go in there, I see a guy handing out flyers for installation). And research carefully how much it will cost to provide installation. The typical install requires skilled and licensed workers. It won't be legal in most places unless someone has the necessary certifications. It's not just a matter of screwing the things to the roof. Any roof penetration has to potential to leak if done improperly. And any electrical wiring has the potential for burning the house down. Whatever business you finally pursue, research carefully, or that $60k will flee from you like a jackrabbit.
Q:Are solar Panels worth it?
Yes! They will save you money for a lifetime. Imagine not paying for electricity bills every month.
Q:Single Solar Panel savings?
I am afraid you are in for some disapointment. A typical solar panel might put out something over 00 watts, and cost a pretty big bundle. Then, what would you do with the power? It will be low voltage DC. You could charge a battery, or run a DC appliance. You would get less than ten cents worth of electricity per day. If you wanted to use it for household appliances, you would need an inverter. More big bucks. Type solar panels in the green search box at the top of this page, and read previous Q A. Also do the same on the Internet. Sorry to be a wet blanket.
Q:South facing solar panels?
You want the panels facing south because that is where they would get the most sunlight throughout the day. If your front door is facing north, then the back of your house would be facing south, right? So put them up in the back where they are facing south...haha wtf..
Q:how many solar panels will i need?
you silly ! with Solar there is always room for error . you have to build it in to your numbers . solar is full of errors . So you should plan on producing at 3 times what you expect you will need . then you have enough .
Q:how effective & efficient are home made solar panels?
I had a system installed recently, so I would suggest starting by getting a quote from a licensed contractor. Even if you are planning on doing the installation yourself, a contractor will have a lot of useful info. I got 3 quotes and they were all about the same cost. I was able to get a 2 year usage history from our utility so the contractors were able to suggest a system based on that. They were able to tell me about rebates and tax credits, were the best location would be and the estimated amount of production. They have a nifty gadget that can tell if there will be any shade cast on the roof at any time during the year. I decided to maximize my rebates and got a system that reduced my utility bill by about 50%, although my production has cut it much more than that, my highest electric bill was $35, and that was in Dec. with cloudy short days. I got a $0K rebate and a $2K tax credit. This year the fed. tax credit is 30% of the total installed price. My system cost $26K, I paid $6K out of pocket and I'm saving about $2K per year.

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