OEM Flexible Solar Panel 100W From China Factory Directly

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 100 Number of Cells(pieces): 36

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OEM Flexible Solar Panel 100W From China Factory Directly

1. High efficiency bendable solar module adopts the highest efficiency cell in the world from USA, with efficiency up to 20% or highter, which enable 25-30% higher power generation than the conventional PV modules at the same size. 

2. By adopting the back contact technique, the cell can be coated with the flexible materials and finally forms the high efficiency flexible solar panel. 

3. This kind of solar panel can be widely used in the field of Electric Golf Car, Patrol Car, Travel Tourism Car, Yacht, Roof Power generation, Backpack, Tent and so on. 
Warranty: 
5 years Product warranty
10 years of 90% power output
25 years of 85% power output



Module size (mm):

540*1060

Cell Type

125x125

Weight(kg)

3

Power tolerance:

+/-3%

Nominal peak power(WP):

100

Nominal voltage(V):

17.6

Nominal current (A):

5.68

NOCT:

45+/-2°C

Voltage temperature coefficient:

-0.33%/°C

Current temperature coefficient:

+0.05%/°C

Power temperature coefficient:

-0.23%/°C

Open circuit voltage (Voc):

20.8

Short cirsuit current(Isc):

6.14

Conversion efficiency:

20.41%

Operating temperature:

-40 to+85°C

Max system voltage:

1000V DC
 


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Q:Solar Panel Voltage Question?
yes, i suggest u connect in parallel
Q:can i make a solar panel out of aluminum foil?
You can't make a solar panel to generate any reasonable amount of electricity from that. You need a semiconductor to start with, in order to have something that can generate free charge carriers(electrons and holes) from photons. Then you need a junction which can separate the charges. In principle you could make a Shottky Diode solar cell from copper if you could find a doped semiconductor to bond a sheet of it to the copper. To form a decent electric field there should be a significant difference in work functions between the copper and the semiconductor, this will generally require the semiconductor to be doped. On top of this you would need a transparent conductor (most used are things like ITO or other 'TCOs' - Transparent Conducting Oxides) to be the top electrode to inject replacement charges into the semiconductor to replace the effect of recombination current. In summary, it's difficult to DIY. You generally need complicated machinery to get decent crystal growth and/or doping.
Q:Solar Energy Panels, a good idea?
Hi okorder.com
Q:how to make a solar panel without any kit?
You can make a heat generator for a window--- build a box out of wood the top is glass or plexi the inside is black with a suspended panel in between and a opening on the top which is open to the inside of the window, The sun comes in and is warmed by the black in side and exits through the top into the room,
Q:Solar Panel costs and sizes?
Without them providing the amount of energy your school uses then it's impossible to know how many panels you would need. Just phrase it in the form of how much space or how many panels would be needed to create (X) amount of power. Ask the amount the school uses then go from there. Let's put it this way, with today's solar technology you would probably have to cover most of the roof of the school with solar panels and it still wouldn't be enough to run the school entirely. Never mind the cost of out-fitting a building of that size, it would take far to many years to pay off and would probably never offset the cost of electricity they are paying now considering maintenance, upkeep and replacement costs associated with these systems. If it was that easy and cost effective, they would have already done it. Make sure you squeeze that into your report somewhere. Find out how much electricity costs in your area, its on any electric bill, it should show the cost per Kw/h somewhere (If separated by peak time and non-peak time, your school would be peak time). After you get that and how much the school uses, do the math and include a graph comparison showing the cost of both. You should be able to find the costs of solar panels online somewhere. Do a side by side comparison from start up cost, upkeep and all versus using the current source. Good luck on your report.
Q:what is the volts of 75watts solar panel?
Many of the panels used on homes are designed to produce 2 volts DC. 0 of them wired in a series would produce 20 volts DC. An inverter is used to change the DC voltage to AC. The other aspect of electricity is amperage. With electrical units wired in series the voltage is added. When they are wired in parallel the amperage is added. The Volts x Amps produced will give you the wattage. A wise homeowner will examine their electric bills or the equipment used to determine their demand. They will consult tables that let them know how much sunlight their area receives each year as this will alter the rated performance of the panels. Then they will try and determine how much of the demand they want to fill. 80% may be economical. Then they also want to determine what they will do with excess electricity that may be produced during the summer months of intense sun and how they will supply the shortfall of low sun winter months. From all this they will determine the number of solar panels they need to purchase.
Q:do solar panels work in aeroplanes?
Depends on the efficiency of your solar panel, but it is highly unlikely that the light in an airplane is enough to do much. I'm not discouraging the solar panel altogether. It just isn't an indoors especially if it is dim on the plane. Most that I've been on turn off the lights and then leave it to the individual to turn on the single over head reading light.
Q:Solar Panels Have Faded?
Unfortunately Eileen the panels are bound to fade as its par for the course. Over time much like everything else (from an AC condenser to your knees and hips) everything starts to go south. When did you purchase and install your panels? If this was done within the past few years then something is definitely wrong, and you should have the manufacturer and installer come back and replace the panels....on their dime of course. Is the warranty on your panels still in effect? If so then its definitely something that they have to come back and take care of. There is a company I know of called Sun Electronics that has a 20 year warranty on their products, so if its worth anything you might want to buy your new panels/system from them. The panels around today are more efficient than those of years past, and with the cost coming down due to economies of scale and the tax incentives you might want to consider getting a new system. Sorry to let you down though Eileen!
Q:A good brand of solar panels for my house?
I didn't research this. I do know that you must install them on the side or area of the roof that receives the most Sun all day. You can get information at stores like Lowes or HomeDepot.
Q:how to make your own solar panel?
try adding more solar panels to your car, what if you take the solar panels out of 2 or 3 calulators , add them, then use some tiny mirrors to help draw more light into the panels,.--------------------------------... solar cell (or a photovoltaic cell) is a device that converts photons from the sun (solar light) into electricity. In general, a solar cell that includes the capacity to capture both solar and nonsolar sources of light (such as photons from incandescent bulbs) is termed a photovoltaic cell. Fundamentally, the device needs to fulfill only two functions: photogeneration of charge carriers (electrons and holes) in a light-absorbing material, and separation of the charge carriers to a conductive contact that will transmit the electricity. This conversion is called the photovoltaic effect, and the field of research related to solar cells is known as photovoltaics. Solar cells have many applications. Historically solar cells have been used in situations where electrical power from the grid is unavailable, such as in remote area power systems, Earth orbiting satellites or space probes , consumer systems, e.g. handheld calculators or wrist watches, remote radiotelephones and water pumping applications. Recently solar cells are particularly used in assemblies of solar modules (photovoltaic arrays) connected to the electricity grid through an inverter, often in combination with a net metering arrangement. Solar cells are regarded as one of the key technologies towards a sustainable energy supply.

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