New product Paneles Solares Solar Energy 250W Solar Panel home solar systems

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Features

 

1) High module conversion efficiency, through superior manufacturing technology

2) 0 to +5W positive tolerance for mainstream products

3) Certified to withstand high wind loads and snow loads

4) Anodized aluminum is mainly for improving corrosion resistance

5) Anti-reflective, Highly transparent, low iron tempered glass

6) Excellent performance under low light environment

 

 

Benefits

 

 25-year performance warranty

 10-year product warranty

 New product Paneles Solares Solar Energy 250W Solar Panel home solar systems

 

Electrical Characteristics

 


LNFF-245PLNSE-250PLNSE-255P
Optimum Operating Voltage (Vmp)29.6V29.7V29.8V
Optimum Operating Current (Imp)7.60A7.74A7.90A
Open Circuit Voltage (Voc)36.7V36.8V36.9A
Short Circuit Current (Isc)8.14A8.28A8.46A
Maximum Power at STC (Pmax)225W230W235W
Cell  Efficiency15.72%16.07%16.42%
Operating Module Temperature   -40 °C to +85 °C
Maximum System Voltage  1000 V DC (IEC) / 600V DC (UL)
Maximum Series Fuse Rating   15 A
Power Tolerance   0/+5 %

STC:  lrradiance 1000 W/m2, module temperature 25 °C, AM=1.5;

Best in Class AAA solar simulator (IEC 60904-9) used, power measurement uncertainty is within +/- 3%

 

 

Mechanical Characteristics

 

Solar CellPoly-crystalline silicon 156 × 156 mm (6 inches)
No. of Cells6 (6  × 10)
Dimensions1640 × 992 × 40 mm
Weight20.0 kgs
Front Glass 3.2 mm  tempered glass
FrameBlack Anodized aluminium alloy
Junction Box IP67 rated (3 bypass diodes)
Output Cables

TUV (2Pfg1169:2007), UL 4703, UL444.0 mm2, symmetrical lengths

 (-)    900mm  and (+) 900 mm 

ConnectorsMC4 connectable
Mechanical load test5400Pa
Resistance277g steel ball falls down from 1m height and 60m/s wind

 

 

Temperature Characteristics

 

Nominal Operating Cell Temperature (NOCT)45±2°C
Temperature Coefficient of Pmax -0.44 %/°C
Temperature Coefficient of Voc-0.33 %/°C
Temperature Coefficient of Isc  0.055 %/°C

 

 

Packing Configuration

 

Container 20’ GP40’ GP
Pieces per pallet 2929
Pallets per container1228
Pieces per container312728

 

 

New product Paneles Solares Solar Energy 250W Solar Panel home solar systemsNew product Paneles Solares Solar Energy 250W Solar Panel home solar systems

 New product Paneles Solares Solar Energy 250W Solar Panel home solar systemsNew product Paneles Solares Solar Energy 250W Solar Panel home solar systems

New product Paneles Solares Solar Energy 250W Solar Panel home solar systems

New product Paneles Solares Solar Energy 250W Solar Panel home solar systemsNew product Paneles Solares Solar Energy 250W Solar Panel home solar systemsNew product Paneles Solares Solar Energy 250W Solar Panel home solar systems

New product Paneles Solares Solar Energy 250W Solar Panel home solar systemsNew product Paneles Solares Solar Energy 250W Solar Panel home solar systems

New product Paneles Solares Solar Energy 250W Solar Panel home solar systems

New product Paneles Solares Solar Energy 250W Solar Panel home solar systems

 

 New product Paneles Solares Solar Energy 250W Solar Panel home solar systems

           

 


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Q:Solar Powered Propeller?
Solar panels produce electricity. To move the propeller you need mechanical motion. An Electric motor converts from electrical to mechanical power. Most Solar Panels produce DC electricity as do batteries so you need a DC motor that is sized to match the Output of your solar panels. For small temporary projects like this I find that hot melt glue is great to assemble parts. Using a voltage meter you can expose your solar panels to a strong light (or one equal to what you expect during your demonstration) and measure the voltage across the terminals. This may help to size the motor. It depends upon the size of your propeller and how it is made. Your three choices are to use it to power an airplane, to power a boat underwater or to power a boat like an air boat. You might also use the air boat concept to make a car. (air car) The air boat might be the simplest to make but you will need a body of water to demonstrate the concept. The air car doesn't have such a requirement.
Q:SOLAR ELECTRICITY PANELS DO THEY WORK?
Why of course. Just buying them is the big buzz. Companies are doing thousands if not millions of dollars a month only by selling Solar Panel. I did a little search and I found that it costs 7000$ to install solar panels for an average roof. If you're a hardcore green, then Bon Appétit, I'm not preventing you to buy it. All I'm just saying is that it'll take months if not years to get that money back. It is good for electricity, and I saw it worked on a company building called Better Place, so save the world!
Q:What ever happened to solar powered panels?
they still make them,i have them on my camper to charge the batteries, they are not cheap, however. you can get them at r.v. supply stores. in fact the ones they make now, are quite efficient, many people in the countryside use them for their homes, i dont know why the development for cars is so slow, though.
Q:Help with solar panels?
Unless you're very rich, you won't be able to afford solar panels that can meet the average demand of a home. In the US, the average demand for a home is 920 kwh per month, which amounts to 3,833 Watt panels if you assume 8 hours of usable sunshine and don't take into account your location. At current installation rates that's easily a $9,65 project. If you assume a 25 year useful life, it amounts to a return of 3.3% per annum at 0 cents a kwh not counting the costs of repair, insurance, the inverter, any fees to the utility for net metering if any etc. You would be better off putting $9,65 into a mutual fund until better technology or government incentives came along, in some areas, the government subsidies can make it worth your while. Also, keep in mind that in many areas, the net metering arrangements only deducts the power you've generated from your bill so you would want to size the array to meet your base usage in order to get the most from your investments. So meeting your actual needs would result in a loss on the return as there will be months where your usage is less than your average. In theory, if you put $7,208.69 into a mutual fund expected to return 4.4% per annum then you could withdraw enough to pay each month's power bill for 25 years at $0.0 a kwh and therefore be self sufficient through financial means. You would get more mileage focusing on heating and hot water as heating and hot water is 75% of a home's energy use and can be addressed with lower cost technologies like passive solar and solar thermal panels. You have to put it into perspective, it's an investment and you want a return that's competitive with your investment opportunities.
Q:Chem question regarding using solar panels ....?
It is not that simple. There are 3 main types of solar cells. Monocrystalline silicon is the most efficient and produces the smallest solar cells, and therefore the smallest panels. Poly-crystalline (or multi-crystalline) silicon produces the next most efficient type of cells and are a popular choice. Amorphous (or thin-film) silicon uses the least amount of silicon and also produces the least efficient solar cells. This means thin film system take up more area than the other two; an important factor to consider in relation to possible future upgrades; i.e. if you'll have enough space left to do so. The North (in the Southern hemisphere) or South (in the Northern hemisphere) facing roof collects the most energy. So this biases the roof area required. Your energy usage can be changed. Hot water (a major energy user) could be better using direct solar heating with peak demand boosting, either from mains or solar. There are other possibilities, either to reduce demand or to provide energy from other sources. Not all sunshine hours are equal. Hours around midday are far more productive than hours later in the day. This must be factored in.
Q:Solar panel wiring, materials?
the solar panel should state it, you dont need a inverter to charge, only to use the power from the cell.you do need an amp regulator, so it tells if the battery is on full charge and so the sun doesnt over power the battery through the solar panel
Q:Connect Power Outlet to Solar Panel?
The least expensive way would be to get a 500 W or preferably a higher rated UPS. The higher the rating, the more robust the inverter. You can get two year old ones cheap because most people don't realize that it's just a $2 battery that goes bad every two years. Get some Car batteries in parallel to build up more capacity. Deep cycle marine batteries or golf cart batteries are best. Connect the Solar Panel to the batteries via a FET diode, assuming your solar cells are wired to produce 2 V or better power (you probably would want at least 8 V), this is to charge the batteries when the sun is shining. A little bit of analog circuitry magic can create a current limiter based on a Darlington pair type layout. Connect the batteries to the rest of the UPS (don't plug it into the wall) and you can run 0 V 60 Hz AC devices off it's outlets. You may want to snip the wire going to the speaker so you won't hear the alarm. There's no way you could sync this to the grid so don't even try a grid tie in and the inverter in the UPS is only intended to run for 0 to 20 minutes so it may burn out however we've run UPS inverters constantly for months before when we needed a cheap power converter to change AC power frequencies before.
Q:How many solar panels do you need to power a house?
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Q:Why should I use a Charge Controller for my Battery and Solar Panel based on these provided details?
Should I really be concerned with a Charge Controller? Yes. The main purpose of the charge controller is to protect the battery from over charging. Over charging reduces battery life. And spending extra money for a MPPT type controller will get more more useable power out of your solar panel. Would another battery of the same magnitude be helpful in preventing an accident? How much storage capacity does your current battery have (measured in kWH)? A ~$20 Kill-a-Watt meter would take a lot of uncertainty out of how much power you actually use. Even deep cycle batteries suffer reduced battery life from deep discharges. The battery sounds too small for the loads you describe so I would think you would want more. ---------------------------------------... After reading the other answer In a nutshell, with your small 2 volt starting battery, 24 volt panel and a mix of unknown loads, (which is correct), I thought I would elaborate. I had not considered the possibility that you bought a 24 volt panel for your 2 volt battery. Hooking the panel you bought directly to the current battery is a horrible idea. I you were lucky it would just cook the battery in a short period of time. You basically bought the wrong type of panel for a 2 volt system. I assume that there are no controllers on the the market for this situation. If that's the case, I don't know of any good way match the 24v panel to the 2 volt battery.
Q:Solar panels for a netbook?
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