Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Module 40W

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 40 Number of Cells(pieces): 36

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Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Module 40W
Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Module 40WProduct Description 


solar Panels which are made of high quality cells are laminated with high-intensity and high transparence tempered glass integrated with TPT, EVA seal material by specialized equipment.
Over 25 years life time, hailstone resistance, working in good order under great changes of temperature.
Specifications for Mono-crystalline Silicon Solar Module with 40W 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
Packing7pcs/ctn


Electrical Characteristics
Peak power(Pmax)40W
Power tolerance±3%
Max.system voltage715VDC
Open circuit voltage(Voc)21.5V
Short circuit current(Isc)2.55A
Max.power voltage(Vmp)17.5V
Max.power current(Imp)2.29A
Temperature coefficients of Isc0.035%/ºC
Temperature coefficients of Voc-0.33%/ºC
Temperature coefficients of Pmax-0.43%/ºC
Cell Efficiency≥17%
FF73%
Standard Test Condition(STD)Irradiance:1000W/m²;Cell temperature:25ºC;AM:1.5

 
Features:
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

Our advantages:
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:Solar panel for macbook?
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Q:How much do solar energy panels cost?
Buying solar panels can be very expensive, especially for installation. If your average daily usage is 6.6 kilowatt per hour, then you would need a 2 kilowatt system that could generate ten kilowatts per hour in a day. This system could cost between $0,000 to $20,000. Of course, the higher wattage, the higher the cost. There are some alternatives to spending thousands of dollars on solar panels. ) Buy several solar panel kits and link them together yourself. 2) Combine solar with wind power to decrease the number of panels you will need. 3) Build your own solar panels for around $200 each. If you are handy with some basic soldering, then you can make your own solar panels.
Q:Why do solar panels burn out?
could be temperature, poor design and U-V damage If they are outdoor lamps like mine it is more likely the rechargeable batterys are bad.
Q:Questions about charging batteries via solar panel...?
A solar panel to charge a 2V battery has 36 cells in series. This allows for temperature of the panel up to 60°C, and the maximum required charge voltage. For a 24V battery, 2 panels in series. A 24V battery requires around 28-29V, but look up your battery data sheet to be certain. A specialized converter using electronics could charge a 24V battery with a 2V panel. The system voltage is controlled by the battery unless the battery is faulty. The 2 panels in series could be 42 volts no load, but the battery pulls this down to whatever is required by the battery. This is because the panels are a current source, the current is determined by illumination, and attempts to draw more result in reduced voltage. Even a short circuited panel delivers approx. the same current with no voltage. The battery voltage varies from around 20V (really flat) to around 28V (really charged). A 30W panel is around .75A, considering the optimum panel voltage for power is around 7V for 36 cells. This is small compared with what you are using. The battery wastes about 30% of the power, in chemical conversions. The time to charge it is 4h at the 0h rate, which is Ah/0. (i.e. ampere hours)
Q:Where could I find a company(s) that installs solar panels for business in Oregon?
Google the following: solar panels oregon. Here are a few from the first site listed below. Sorry for the capitalization; that was the site's formatting choice, not mine. SOLAR INC. 3698 Franklin Blvd Eugene, OR 97403 (54) 284-2426 ADVANCED ENERGY SYSTEMS 2990 FOREST BOULEVARD, EUGENE, OR 97405 Phone: (54) 683-2345 ALTERNATIVE POWER MACHINE 4040 HIGHLAND AVENUE, GRANTS PASS, OR 97526 Phone: (54) 476-896 CASCADE SUN WORKS INCORPORATED 2444 SE FIRST STREET, REDMOND, OR 97756 Phone: (54) 548-7887 ENERGY OUTFITTERS LTD. 543 NE E St Grants Pass, OR 97526 (54) 476-4200 ENVIRONMENTAL BUILDING SUPPLIES 89 SE TAYLOR STREET, PORTLAND, OR 9724 Phone: (503) 222-388 KING SOLAR SERVICES 4435 MAPLETON DRIVE, WEST LINN, OR 97068 Phone: (503) 635-5560 MR SUN SOLAR 3838 SW MACADAM AVENUE, PORTLAND, OR 97239 Phone: (503) 222-2468 OERGON SOLAR WATER TALENT, OR 97540 Phone: (54) 535-7332 PROTECH SOLAR 409 PINE STREET, ORETECH, OR 9760 Phone: (54) 882-4545 SOLAR ASSIST 395 CROSS STREET SUITE 2, EUGENE, OR 97402 Phone: (54) 338-4957 SOLAR COLLECTION INCORPORATED 934 PIONEER ROAD, TALENT, OR 97540 Phone: (54) 535-5364 SOLAR DESIGN CONSTRUCTION 825 SE PARK AVENUE, CORVALLIS, OR 97333 Phone: (54) 753-8725 SOLAR ENERGY SOLUTIONS 3730 SE LAFAYETTE COURT, PORTLAND, OR 97202 Phone: (503) 238-4502 SOLAR WIND POWER OF PORTLAND 0006 SW CANYON ROAD, WEST HAVEN SYLVAN, OR 97225 Phone: (503) 297-578 SUMMERS SOLAR SYSTEMS EUGENE, OR 9740 Phone: (54) 683-404 SUMMERS SOLAR SYSTEMS 7342 RAINBOW DRIVE SE, SALEM, OR 97306 Phone: (503) 363-408 SUNBOW SOLAR 074 NW RACHEL STREET, HILLSBORO, OR 9724 Phone: (503) 640-665 SUNLIGHT SOLAR ENERGY 4 NW FRANKLIN AVENUE, BEND, OR 9770 Phone: (54) 322-90 UNITED SOLAR COMPANY 905 SW BUTLER ROAD, GRESHAM, OR 97080 Phone: (503) 666-3065
Q:Why don't scientists use the design of a tree for solar panels?
From the vantage point of a scientist and an engineer, you have a whole host of problems to overcome. The mass of solar cells cannot be supported by most leaves much less allow the leaves to turn toward the sun as they naturally do. The wood and other structures of a tree are terrible conductors and wouldn't serve as efficient power transmitters. There are issues of damaging the health of the tree by interrupting the process of photosynthesis in favor of solar energy collection, and many other issues. However, I can tell you that solar power does use several principals that you have observed in trees. For example, solar collectors are almost always oriented to face toward the sun. Many adjust with the time of day and seasons to be optimally oriented to collect the sun's rays. Much like leaves in many plants are not static but change position to optimize their angle to the sun. Also, many solar cells are now designed with a membrane structure which offer several advantages. So you see many of your observations have found their way into practical application in solar power production.
Q:What is a good solar panel to buy?
If you want to go cheap, Harbor Freight Tools sells a 45W solar panel kit for under $200 (minus storage batteries). You could buy 2 and be roughly at your desired wattage. I don't own one but they get decent reviews.
Q:Solar Panels Project?
Your USB power booster may be fragile and is likely expensive, so possibly you should get your 5 volts some other way. 3.7 volts plus a .2 volts D cell is 4.9 volts which is likely close enough for charging most anything with a USB charging cable. If bright sunlight is falling on your solar panel the battery voltage will go to about 5. volts charging at 700 MA, which is also likely acceptable, and will generally be less as part of the 700 ma is being used to charge something else. Also 300 ma may be more typical output of your solar panel even when the sun looks like it is bright. Over charging is unlikely unless the lithium cell has a lower amp-hour = AH rating than the Ni-cad (or nickel metal hydride NiMH 4 AH) D cell, but perhaps you should disconnect the solar panel, if it has been more than one bright sunny day since you charged something with a USB cable. If your battery reads over 5 volts with the solar panel unlighted or disconnected, you are likely to over charge either the lithium cell or the D cell. The PCB protected may complicate adding the D cell (probably not) so you may want to follow your original plan. Your solar panel may send as much as 9 volts to your PCB protection board, when the lithium cell does not need charging: Can the protection board tolerate 9 volts? Probably. If in doubt you can put either a .5 volt or .2 volt rechargeable D cell in series with the solar panel which reduces the input to your PCB protection by about .5 volts. That D cell will over charge, unless you replace it weekly, perhaps oftener. I think your PCB protection prevents over charging and cuts off the load if the lithium cell is discharged to an unsafe level or the load is demanding excessive current. Only the last is a possible problem = one of your USB cords may demand an amount of current that the PCB protection considers excessive. Your USB booster needs about twice as much current as the usb cord is supplying. You don't get the extra voltage by magic. Neil
Q:What do I need to do to run my dehumidifier from solar panels?
Great! The general steps are: . Determine how much power your humidifier uses (watts). Multiply the amperage x 5 (Assuming you're in the U.S.) 2. Determine what size solar panel you need (this will be in watts as well). Consider that the rating for a solar panel is optimal. That means that's the best it will be in direct sunlight. 3. Determine if you want a battery in the system. A battery will store energy from the solar panel so you can use it later. Helps for cloudy days or when the panel otherwise doesn't output the same power as the humidifier uses. 4. Figure out the right charge controller. You need to regulate the power from the solar panel into either the humidifier or the battery setup. 5. Tie it all in together, using proper electrical connections. It can be complicated, but its certainly a good feeling to get power from the sun. Good luck!
Q:Why only Photo-Voltaic solar panels?
That sounds good to me. I'm all for any kind of new energy as long as it's renewable and doesn't pollute the environment. I'm even a fan of solar water heating.

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