Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 48Cell-205W

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1. Structure of  Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 48Cell-205W Description

Solar panel refers either to a photovoltaics (PV) module, a solar hot water panel, or to a set of solar photovoltaics modules electrically

connected and mounted on a supporting structure. A PV module is a packaged, connected assembly of solar cells. Solar panels can be

 used as a component of a larger photovoltaic system to generate and supply electricity in commercial and residential applications. Each

module is rated by its DC output power under standard test conditions, and typically ranges from 100 to 320 watts. 


2. Main Features of the  Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 48Cell-205W


IEC 61215, IEC 61730, MCS, CE, ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, BS OHSAS 18001:2007, PV Cycle, SA 8000


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4. Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 48Cell-205W Specification

Electrical parameters at Standard Test Conditions (STC)

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Module effi ciency

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Voltage at Pmax

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Current at Pmax

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Open-circuit voltage

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Number of modules per pallet


Number of pallets per 40'container


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Q:What is the best low power alternative for TV set, to use as screen for dvd player, with a 30watt solar panel?
Do what we do when power is cut (although we have very reliable power - we loose as much as 2 hours a year), is go Amish. That is go without powered technology. Now, for you, you need more than a solar panel (and likely more than 30W, but that is a start) - you need a battery or set of batteries to store the collected power. 20Ah might do. You need an inverter to power things. For that, likely a 300W will do. For a TV, go shopping, and look at the labels on the back of the TVs. I just bought a 24 TV rated at 40W. If you get a 9 LED TV, it may be likely you can run that directly from battery, for many have separate DC brick supplies. With those, you can make a cable to power it directly from a 2V or so battery, if the supply can make 2 to 5V. Depending on your provider, you may be able to get a mini-decoder which uses a separate brick or wall supply, which means the decoder likely can be directly battery powered. Such a decoder may draw less than 20W.
Q:The effect of colored light on a solar panel?
Q:why aren't solar panels for your house more affordable?
Depending on where you live, the combination of federal, state and city tax credits and rebates can offset the cost of solar panels substantially. Even so, unless you use a lot of electricity, it may take a few years for the panels to pay for themselves. You are essentially paying for your electricity in advance. The more you use and the more it costs per kW/hr, the quicker the cost will be offset by the savings. Don't install solar panels on a home you're renting or one that you will likely sell in the next few years. It's not practical to un-install them and move them to a new house. Energy conservation is the way to cut your enery bills with the lowest up front cost. If you haven't had an energy audit, see if your energy provider does them at low or no cost. Install timers on air conditioner thermostats. If you have electric water heating, have a timer installed on that as well. Water heating is one of the biggest energy wasters out there. Why keep the whole tank of water hot when you only use it in the morning to shower? If you have your heart set on having solar panels but can't afford the upfront cost, research the companies that do installations in your area. Some have lease and lease/purchase options now.
Q:How do you make your own solar panels?
if you're hoping to put 'em on your house and use 'em to supplement power from the grid, then you'll want to buy them. the panels have to be made with exotic chemicals, in a clean environment, with dangerous chemicals. anyone who tells you that you can make 'em yourself will be asking for money for the plans. in truth, you could get an old panel, and, if it was the right voltage, you could use it to charge your rechargeable batteries. typically, that's not the hoped for application. and, to get enough power for you house, you're not going to be able to do it yourself. whenever you buy anything, make sure you know what it can do. ie, read the fine print. if it's a few hundred (or thousand) dollars, it's not going to be useful to augment your home power. in addition to the strength, there's also the equipment that's needed to sync it up with the power from the utility, and that's neither cheap, nor a do-it-yourself project. i've seen lots of panels but when you read the specs, they're pretty useless. not good for battery charging, not for hooking up to your house. in other words, interesting projects with no practical use.
Q:Solar panel charging question?
Most solar panels have something called a charge controller on them. This prevents electricity from going backwards from the battery to the panel. Solar panels are rated at 2V but they do put out a little more than that during full sun operation. You didn't specify the size of your battery but it really doesn't matter. It comes down to your consumption of power. If you are only charging the RV battery so it maintains a charge when you don't use it very much, a 5 watt panel is fine. It will charge the battery and keep the small drains on the battery from making it go dead ( the clock radio, the theft deterrent system, etc use power even when RV is off) But if you are using the battery to run things when you are parked, you probably don't have a big enough panel. If you use a 30watt fluorescent light and a 00 watt laptop, you need 30 watts of power saved up every hour in your battery and that's with no inefficiencies. So if your panel puts out 5 watts an hour and you are using 30 watts an hour, you need 30 watts/ 5 watts = 9 hours minimum of charge time to run your stuff for just one hour. You probably need a panel of around a 00 watts to get any meaningful use of your battery. Plus, you never want to run your battery to full drain because it ruins the plates inside the battery. Watts = volts x amps. If you have 2 volts panels, you would charge at 8 amps with a 00 watt panel. This is a good charge rate. Any more than this and you risk warping the plates with too much heat.
Q:rooftop pool solar panel leaks?
Depending on the material and operating temperature of the panel, it MAY be possible to fix it very simply and easily by applying Hot Glue Gun adhesive over the cracked area. The high temperature glue gun adhesive melts at approximately 60 degrees Farenheit, and if the collector temperature does not quite reach, or exceed that operating temperature, then that repair method should work. Another possibility is an aerosol spray can product called LeakEnder. This is usually available at your local hardware store, or the major home improvement centers [like Lowe's, Sutherland's, Home Depot, McCoy's, etc.]. After preparing the area to be patched by cleaning, you just spray the LeakEnder patching material on the crack and an eighth of an inch or so around. IF the operating pressure or the collector is very low, it MAY even be possible to patch the leak with nothing more than a narrow strip of DUCT TAPE!!!!! Another possibility, but unless carefully accomplished is to weld the crack with a Soldering Gun and some scrap plastic from packaging material. The problem with this fix is that you must be very experienced in application of heat from the Soldering Gun, OR you will melt a larger hole in the collector tube than the crack was. Regardless of patching method, it is CRITICAL that the cracked area to be patched MUST be CLEAN and DRY BEFORE applying any patching material. Good luck!
Q:Home solar electricity advice? Making the solar panels accessible?
Modern solar electric panels rarely fail. Because of this, if you would be installing them over a roof that only has a few years left on it, it would be better to redo the roof, first. In the unlikely event that a panel needs to be changed, this can be done in 30 minutes or so, because the panels are mounted on racks, with everything simply plugging together. I have never personally seen a solar installation go bad, but from what I hear, the inverter (a box that goes in next to your electric service panel) is usually what burns out after 5 years, assuming the install was done right in the first place. If you were to call roofers to repair your roof, they would somehow be able to get to your roof, by ladders, or a special truck. Solar installers use the same kind of equipment. They won't have a problem getting up there. A solar electric system is actually a very straightforward thing. No matter who installs it, if there is a problem, another installer should be able to diagnose and fix it.
Q:how do i pick out solar panels to match my battery bank?
If yet, it's worth browsing the off-grid section. 8 peak equivalent sun hours a day on average is very achievable with tracking, but are you sure you really want to spend on tracking? It's a lot of trouble and expense - might be cheaper just to get more panels. Also be aware that when you have a lead-acid battery bank capable of (say) 000 Ah, that is the capacity that the batteries could supply as a one-shot deal. If you ever took that much from them, they would be ruined. Typically, you would try to take only 20% of the capacity before recharging, although some batteries let you take 50%, with reduced life. Have you considered wiring the batteries as 36 volts? There would be more efficiency, and less problems with equalizing the batteries when charging. Unless 2 volts is really the output that you need most. Sorry to redirect you, but I can't recommend that forum too highly. Lots of considerations.
Q:where can i get a small solar panel to power an outdoor water pump?
More (... or search portable solar panel) And probably under a tree isn't a good placement for a solar panel. Good luck!
Q:I have 700watts ups and 2V,65amp battary..i want to add solar panel to just only charge my 2v,65amp batt.?
Are or hook up several meters and supervise the process regularly. The UPS has no role in the charging—only the discharging.

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