Mono Solar Cell 125mm 125 mm 125 mm 0.5 mm

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Details Of Mono Solar Cell 125mm

 

Specifications Of Mono Solar Cell 125mm

 

1.Mechanical data and design

Format

125 mm × 125 mm ± 0.5 mm

Thickness

 210 μm ± 40 μm

Front(-)

 1.6 mm bus bars (silver),blue anti-reflection coating (silicon nitride)

Back (+)

2.5 mm wide soldering pads (silver) back surface field (aluminium)

 

2.Temperature Coefficient of Cells

 

Voc. Temp .  coef.%/K

-0.35%/K

Isc . Temp .  coef.%/K

+0.024%/K

Pm. Temp.  coef.%/K

 -0.47%/K

 

3.Electrical Characteristic

 

Efficiency(%)

Pmpp (W)

Umpp (V)

Impp (A)

Uoc (V)

Isc (A)

FF (%)

18.35

2.841

0.532

5.342

0.631

5.67

79.41%

18.20

2.817

0.53

5.319

0.631

5.64

79.16%

18.05

2.794

0.527

5.301

0.63 

5.63

78.77%

17.90

2.771

0.527

5.259

0.629 

5.62

78.39%

17.75

2.748

0.526

5.224

0.629

5.61

77.88%

17.60

2.725

0.524

5.201

0.629

5.59

77.50%

17.45

2.702

0.52

5.196

0.629

5.586

76.90%

17.30

2.678

0.516

5.183

0.626

5.577

76.71%

17.15

2.655

0.513

5.175

0.623

5.565

76.58%

17.00

2.632

0.51

5.161

0.622

5.559

76.12%

16.75

2.593

0.508

5.103

0.615

5.477

76.98%

16.50

2.555

0.506

5.047

0.608

5.396

77.88%

 

4.Intensity Dependence

Advantage Of Mono Solar Cell 125mm

1: high quality cell, Level A cell (16.50%—18.35%)

2: Dimensione:125*125mm Diagonal:150mm / 165mm
    Dimensione:156*156mm Diagonal:200mm

3: Qualified certification: TUV,CE certification.

 

4: Warranty: five years for whole unit

 

 

 

Usage/Application Of Mono Solar Cell 125mm

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Packaging & Delivery Of Mono Solar Cell 125mm

Packaging Detai

Packaging DetailExport Carton and Pallet or under customer request.

Delivery Detail10-20days

  Mono Solar Cell 125mm

 

 

  Mono Solar Cell 125mm

 

Converting the sun’s radiation directly into electricity is done by solar cells. These cells are made of semiconducting materials similar to those used in computer chips. When sunlight is absorbed by these materials, the solar energy knocks electrons loose from their atoms, allowing the electrons to flow through the material to produce electricity. This process of converting light (photons) to electricity (voltage) is called the photovoltaic effect.

When photons are absorbed by matter in the solar cell, their energy excites electrons higher energy states where the electrons can move more freely. The perhaps most well-known example of this is the photoelectric effect, where photons give electrons in a metal enough energy to escape the surface. In an ordinary material, if the electrons are not given enough energy to escape, they would soon relax back to their ground states. In a solar cell however, the way it is put together prevents this from happening. The electrons are instead forced to one side of the solar cell, where the build-up of negative charge makes a current flow through an external circuit. The current ends up at the other side (or terminal) of the solar cell, where the electrons once again enter the ground state, as they have lost energy in the external circuit.

Solar cells, which were originally developed for space applications in the 1950s, are used in consumer products (such as calculators or watches), mounted on roofs of houses or assembled into large power stations. Today, the majority of photovoltaic modules are used for grid-connected power generation, but a smaller market for off-grid power is growing for remote areas and developing countries.

Given the enormous potential of solar energy, photovoltaics may well become a major source of clean electricity in the future. However, for this to happen, the electricity generation costs for PV systems need to be reduced and the efficiency of converting sunlight into electricity needs to increase. To achieve this, the Commission supports photovoltaics development since many years by funding research projects and facilitating cooperation between stakeholders.

Q:
Yes, solar cells can be used to power communication systems. Solar cells convert sunlight into electrical energy, which can then be used to power various electronic devices, including communication systems. This renewable source of energy is a sustainable and environmentally friendly option for powering communication systems, especially in remote or off-grid locations where access to traditional power sources may be limited.
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Solar cells have a significant impact on reducing energy waste as they harness clean and renewable energy from the sun, thus reducing the need for fossil fuels. By converting sunlight into electricity, solar cells provide a sustainable and environmentally friendly alternative, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and dependence on non-renewable energy sources. This helps combat climate change and promotes a more efficient use of energy, ultimately decreasing energy waste.
Q:Can a solar cell be used in commercial buildings?
Yes, of course, it can .
Q:
Solar cells can perform well in various climates, although their efficiency may vary. In regions with abundant sunlight and higher temperatures, solar cells can generate more electricity. However, extreme heat can slightly reduce their efficiency. In colder climates, solar cells can still produce electricity, although their output may be lower during winter months due to reduced sunlight. Overall, solar cells can function effectively in different climates, but the specific performance may depend on the local weather conditions.
Q:
Solar cells have a minimal impact on wildlife compared to other forms of energy generation. While the installation and maintenance of solar panels can disrupt local habitats temporarily, once operational, solar cells do not produce air or water pollution, noise, or hazardous waste that could harm wildlife. Additionally, solar farms can provide valuable habitats for certain species, as the spaces between panels can be used for vegetation growth. Overall, solar cells are considered a much cleaner and safer energy option for wildlife compared to traditional fossil fuels.
Q:
The time required to install solar cells on a rooftop can vary depending on various factors such as the size of the system, complexity of the installation, and the expertise of the installation team. On average, a residential rooftop solar installation can take anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks. However, larger commercial installations may require more time. It's best to consult with a professional solar installer for a more accurate estimate based on your specific project.
Q:
Solar cells may experience a decrease in performance in areas with high levels of air pollutants due to reduced sunlight reaching the surface. The presence of pollutants such as smog and particulate matter can block and scatter sunlight, thereby reducing the efficiency of solar cells. Regular cleaning and maintenance of solar panels can help mitigate the impact of air pollutants and ensure optimal performance.
Q:
Yes, solar cells can generate enough electricity to power an entire house. The energy output of solar cells depends on various factors such as the size of the system, location, and the amount of sunlight received. With a properly designed and adequately sized solar system, it is possible to generate enough electricity to meet the energy needs of a typical house, and even potentially produce surplus energy that can be fed back into the grid.
Q:
Yes, solar cells can be used in drones. Solar-powered drones utilize photovoltaic cells to convert sunlight into electricity, which is then used to power the drone's propulsion system and other onboard equipment. This allows drones to have extended flight times and reduces reliance on traditional battery power.
Q:
Yes, solar cells can be used for powering offshore oil rigs. They can provide a renewable and clean energy source to supplement or replace traditional fossil fuel-based generators, reducing the environmental impact and operational costs of offshore oil operations.
It is the high-tech enterprise especially engaged in R&D, production, sales and service for solar cells. The company has a strict quality system, including incoming QC, in process QC, outgoing QC, quality engineering, system management and document control center. Our company complies with SPC, 6S and 6σ to fulfill quality system.

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location SanShui City, Guang Dong, China.
Year Established 2009
Annual Output Value Above 10 billion RMB
Main Markets

Mid East;Western Europe;North America;Southeast Asia
Company Certifications TUV ISO9001;SGS

2. Manufacturer Certificates

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Range  
Reference  
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3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port Zhuhai, Foshan
Export Percentage 0.4
No.of Employees in Trade Department about 600
Language Spoken: English;Chinese;
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size: 66666.7m2
No. of Production Lines 12
Contract Manufacturing OEM Service Offered;Design Service Offered
Product Price Range USD 0.3-0.45/Wp

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