Mono Solar Modules 300W

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Product Description:

Size: 1956*992*40mm

Power: 300W MONO

Cells: 72 cells 156mm

Certificagte: CE/CSA/TUV..

10 years warranty for materials and workmanship.  

15 years (90%) and 25 years (80%) life time power output guaranteed.

 

SPECIFICATION:

Rated maximum power (Pmax)   300W

Open circuit voltage (vOC)   4.80

Short circuit current (Isc)  8.52

Maximum power voltage (Vmp)  36.10

Maximum power current (Imp)  8.32

Cell efficiency (%)          17.50%

Max system voltage (VDC)       1000V DC

Temperature coefficient of Vm -0.241%/K

Temperature coefficient of Im +0.03%/k

Temperature coefficient of power -0.37%/K

Maximum Series Fuse Rating     18A

Solar cell and configuratiou   72pcs(6*12)in series,156*156mm monocrystalline

Junction box                    IP65,1000VDC,TUV certified;6 pcs Schottky By-pass diodes

Cable type & CONNECTOR          4m㎡,TUV certificated,0.9m length;MC4

Encapsulation           low iron tempered glass,3.2mm thickness,light transmission above 91%;TPT and fast cure EVA

Farame                  clear anodized aluminum alloy,50/45mm thickness,silver

Dimension (l*W*H)       1956*990*50mm/45mm

Weight                         23.5KG/22.5KG

Heavy mechanical load salient features   5400Pa (ACCORDING TO ICE61215)

Hail impact test                lce ball dianeter 25mm,23m/s

Operating temperature             -40℃~+85 ℃

Standard test conditions: STC:AM=1.5,1000W/m2,cells temperature 25℃

Power tolerance:±3% (can be provided 0~±3%)


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2.CNBM's solar  products are high-qualified with TUV,UL,VDE,CE,ISO certificates. Our products ranges top in China.

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the material is easy to industrial production and material performance and stability.
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Since you are asking for a rather technical answer you should be aware that solar panels come in several varieties. Two broad categories are photovoltaic panels which have achieved marketable efficiencies of around 24% and solar thermal panels which are routinely achieving efficiencies of between 60 to 80% while they are also much cheaper than photovoltaic panels. So the short answer is solar thermal panels. But what can you do with solar thermal energy. The answer is just about everything you can do with light energy. Sometimes additional equipment makes the efficiency drop to near that of photovoltaic panels. The trick is to keep the devices as simple and as efficient as possible. Solar thermal can of course be used to heat our homes. But it can also be used directly for air conditioning. The type of air conditioner uses a slightly different principal but it is one of the oldest that was once used in ice houses before refrigerators. It is known as an absorption system. At some point you may want to make electricity from the sun's heat. The most efficient commercial systems are not photovoltaic but solar thermal. There are several commercial systems where increased scale improves efficiency. The most efficient is a solar parabolic dish system combined with a stirling engine. At around 30% efficiency it beats photovoltaic and other thermal systems. At this level of commercial development, the various systems are more often described as solar collectors rather than panels.
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Basically, the answer to your question is forget it. Your approx 8 tons of AC will require about 28 KW of electricity just to run them. Add the rest of the house requirements and your talking a load of 50KW or more. Even if your state has a subsidy program, (and most of them are out of money now), it's a $200,000. system. Making your own panels would be a mistake. Reliability and survival are the key measures for a panel system and homemade panels are just not going to be reliable enough to survive the cold winters. In the end, it is always cheaper to buy good, conservatively rated commercial panels, especially in view of the fact that prices have been tumbling lately. Often, the mounting, interface and conversion costs are greater than the cost of the panels themselves. You might save some bucks by fabricating a mounting framework yourself and installing it, but such a system would not qualify for most state programs and.... you had better be an expert architect or engineer to put together something that will work well. The basic problem after all of this is that your maximum demand will be at night and the panels put out nothing at night. Better to forget about a 00% solution. You can install a modest 0 - 20KW system for perhaps $50,000 costs after rebates and subsidies and perhaps ... it might cover about /4 of your energy needs and might just, pay the investment back in 0 to 5 years. Get first rate equipment and professional installation, if you want the system to perform reliably. Solar voltaics make a lot of sense for Arizona and perhaps Florida. For anyone north of the Mason Dixon line however, fossil fuels are cheap, reliable and work far better.
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Theoretically, for every hour that bright, direct sun shines on the panel, 200 watt-hours (0.2 kWh) of energy will be produced. In practice, the answer depends on temperature, orientation of the panel, and how many hours of sun are hitting it, including clouds and seasons. This varies tremendously by geographic location. In my region of California, such a panel will produce about 33 kWh a month on average - more in summer, less in winter.
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I had a survey of my home and it was estimated at $30K with a 30% rebate from the government. It would take about 5 years to pay back the cost. I elected to go solar water heating instead. 2 panels with piping installed to an 80 gallon electric water heater with an internal heat exchanger. One small photo voltaic panel to run the pump. There is ethylene glycol inside the pipe and it circulates and heats the water. Works excellent. I live in Nor-Cal and we get a lot of sun. I need to comment on another statement that photo voltaic cells cost more energy to produce they generate. Maybe once but not true any longer. {Solar cells and energy payback In the 990s, when silicon cells were twice as thick, efficiencies 30% lower than today and lifetimes shorter, it may well have cost more energy to make a cell than it could generate in a lifetime. The energy payback time of a modern photovoltaic module is anywhere from to 20 years (usually under five)[9] depending on the type and where it is used (see net energy gain). This means solar cells can be net energy producers, meaning they generate more energy over their lifetime than the energy expended in producing them}
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From a decent solar panel store. Or you can get on the Internet and look for someone in your area.
Q:Solar panel power question?
The specifications you give say the solar panel produces 5 watts at 2 volts (DC) so that isn't enough voltage to power an ordinary (20-volt) light bulb. You could get 0 of these panels and connect them in series so they put out a total of 20 volts and the total power available would be 50 watts. The panels would light the bulb that way, provided the bulb isn't over 50 watts and you can afford the panels. A panel does provide enough power for a 2-volt car light bulb less than 5 watts. However, the maximum current you can get from these panels is .25 amperes (5 watts divided by 2 volts = .25 A.) This isn't enough power to run your pump which takes 6.5 amperes - at 20 volts, that would be 780 watts. Another thing to check is the pump motor; many electric motors are designed to run on AC only and will be damaged if you try to run DC through them. Remember solar panels produce DC so the raw output from a panel will not work on an AC motor.

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