Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Module 30W

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 30 Number of Cells(pieces): 36

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Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Module 30W
Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Module 30WProduct Description 

Monocrystalline or Polycrystalline solar cells, range from 5Wp to 290Wp.
Unique frame design to reinforce sealing and there are drainage holes on the border components, eliminate the framework of deformation caused by rain or snow accumulated in the framework.
Strong aluminum frames to strengthen the load hold and to stand against high wind.
Special mounting holes on the frames suitable for long term mounting.
High transparency low iron tempered glass with enhanced stiffness and impact resistance property.
Advanced EVA encapsulation system with multi-layer back sheets to better product modules
Specifications for Mono-crystalline Silicon Solar Module with 30W Maximum Power 

Mechanical Characteristics

Cell type mono-crystalline silicon solar cells
Cell layout  4*9
Number of cells36pcs
Module dimensions477*536*25mm
Frameanodized aluminum,grey or black
Junction boxIP65
ConnectorsMC4 or MC4 compatible(optional)
Net weight3.0kg

Electrical Characteristics
Peak power(Pmax)30W
Power tolerance±3%
Max.system voltage715VDC
Open circuit voltage(Voc)21.5V
Short circuit current(Isc)1.91A
Max.power voltage(Vmp)17.5V
Max.power current(Imp)1.71A
Temperature coefficients of Isc0.035%/ºC
Temperature coefficients of Voc-0.33%/ºC
Temperature coefficients of Pmax-0.43%/ºC
Cell Efficiency≥17%
Standard Test Condition(STD)Irradiance:1000W/m²;Cell temperature:25ºC;AM:1.5

1) High reliability with guaranteed +/-3% output power tolerance
2) The modules can withstand high wind-pressure, snow loads and extreme temperatures
3) Bypass diodes to minimize power loss with shading
4) High and stable conversion efficiency to ensure the highest quality

Quality and Safety
1) Industry leading power output warranty, 25 year 80%, 10 year 90% power warranty and 3 year power warranty
2) ISO9001: 2008 (Quality Management system) certified factory
3) Product Quality warranty & products Liability Insurance to guarantee and user' benefits
EN 6100-6-3: 2007 EN 6100-3-1: 2007(IEC 61000-4-2: 2008

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High quality materials: High insulation TPT, Anti-aging EVA
Focus on each process during manufacture
Experienced engineers and workers
Fast delivery: 7-15 DAYS High efficiency and long time warranty

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Q:How does solar panels work?
Solar panels are built with light-sensitive panels. These panels soak up the energy from the sun's light. This energy is changed to electric power. This power is stored in batteries to use whenever / wherever it is needed.
Q:How to amplify current from a solar panel?
If you want to power both USB ports at the same times, It might not be possibble. Your solar panel only supplies 2.24 Watts (20V * 0.2A) of power and you need to deliver 2.5 Watts (5V * 0.5A) to the ports. Subtracting any losses from your regulator(s), you will be WAY over your power budget. You will need more of a solar panel or less of a load.
Q:Maintenance of Solar Panel?
panels need full sun. any shade reduces out put. leaves left on them will cause the individual cells burn out. they nneed adjusting every season, an washed with a soft cloth once a year.
Q:How can I be part of the solar panel industry?
Q:Does anyone know a company that will make custom solar panels?
Q:Why did the voltage of a solar panel drop significantly after putting it through a step down voltage regulator?
you cannot treat the open circuit voltage of a solar panel like a voltage source (like a battery.) the load response of the panel doesn't behave that way. small panels and panels that are producing less than about .5A are very happy to have their output voltage pulled down to whatever they're connected to (typically zero.) I observed the same phenomenon when i connected a 2V 725mA panel to a 2V 325mA fan -- the open circuit voltage of 5V dropped to 3V when connected to the fan, and returned to 5V when disconnected. The easiest workaround is to use 2V of rechargable batteries in parallel with the panel so that the battery holds the 2V potential difference and the panel just supplies the current. any excess current charges the batteries, so you might consider whether or not you need some type of charge controller to prevent burning the batteries via overcharging. there are actually very few applications of solar panels connected directly to circuits that i have seen that have any kind of robust performance -- if they work at all, they eventually die/burn themselves out in a couple of months. the best robust designs always have a rechargable battery and charge controller somewhere in the power circuitry to buffer the load circuit from the panel. .
Q:solar panel regulator?
wire them in series parallel to get 8 volts at 200 mA, and that should charge a 2 volt battery. You may want to put in a series diode to prevent the battery from discharging into the panel when the sun is out. At 200 mA, depending on the battery size, you may not need much control, as that low a current will not overcharge a large battery, like a small auto battery. In fact it will take a very long time to charge it. edit: But do i need to add a regulator? If by that you mean a voltage regulator, no, as a solar panel has a high output resistance, and that will limit the current into the battery. If you mean a charge controller, if the battery is small, you may need a charge contoller to avoid overcharging the battery. But that is not a voltage regulator. .
Q:How much power does the solar panel produce?
I sincerely doubt that you have a solar panel that is 4% efficient at converting sunlight to electricity.
Q:How can I regulate current from a solar panel?
Lithium batteries do have special charging requirements. I would recommend that you use the 2 volt charger that came with them to keep them happy. Automotive power systems can have voltages as high as 4.5 volts when the engine is running so there's no need to limit the output of the panel to anything less than that. Check with the charger manufacturer to see what it will withstand. Some will work with systems up to 24 volts nominal (up to 29 volts actual) found in larger commercial vehicles such as trucks and busses. If your charger will work with both 2 and 24 volt systems you might not need anything extra to use the unregulated output of the panel. Otherwise I'd recommend a shunt regulator to clamp the output of the panel to no more than 4.5 volts. That way it would dissipate (waste) very little of the panel's power, and even that would only be during those rare times when the panel is producing maximum output. Such a device could be as simple as a high power zener diode, a low power zener coupled with a power transistor, or a precision shunt regulator such as a TL43 coupled with a power transistor. A more complex way would be a to use buck/boost regulator between the panel and your charger. You might gain a slight advantage under low light conditions when the panel isn't putting out much but the overall efficiency could end up worse than the simpler shunt regulator. Under optimum conditions, I would expect it to take a full day for a 3 watt (peak) panel to charge just one of your 35 Wh batteries. Charging an intermediate device such as the Sherpa 50 through its built in charger and then using it to charge your battery through yet another charger would severely cut your overall efficiency. Depending on how long you'll be gone, it might be far more practical, reliable, and economical to just carry (or find a way to be resupplied with) a few additional fully charged 35 Wh batteries. Don
Q:Is heat a factor in how much energy is gained when using solar panels?

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