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CNBM Solar  is a world-leading and Vertical integrated manufacturer of high-performance with Silicon,

Wafer, Cells, Modules, which convert sunlight into electricity for residential, commercial, and utility-scale

power generation.


The capacity of CNBMSolar  is reach to 1GW, and make sure each year our shipment capacity is more

Than 700-800MWs, at the same time, we have set up the largest solar power station with our partner

in Ukraine.


CNBM is a Quality + Service oriented company with“Excellence at Each Step” approach, composed of

the finest components from TUV and IEC-certified partners around the world, CNBM modules consistently

undergo a variety of trials at the company’s Test & Development Centre, ensuring peak performance

capabilities. The company is committed to develop and provide the world with clean and renewable energy

to ease the energy shortages as well as human kind’s impact on the environment.


Product: 250W POLY solar panel

solar panel size: 1640*992*40mm

cells:60cells 156mm poly

Certificate: CE/UL /TUV



Poly Solar Panel with 250W Power Output  CNBM Brand

Poly Solar Panel with 250W Power Output  CNBM Brand

FAQ:Pls introduce more about CNBM


CNBM Group is short for China National Building Materials Group Corporation, which is established in 1984 with approval from the State Council. It is a China state owned company ,one of Global Fortune 500 .


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Q:Need Solar Panel Guru.....?
Yes and no. solar panels are expensive and inefficient. therefore the power you generate will cost many times what the same power from a power plant would, and therefore you generally can only run a few low powered things at once. Secondly they don't generate electricity at night so you need some means of storing the power. tht means even more efficiency losses. They also only generate DC power, so you have to run the power through an inverter to make 0V AC. inverters are notoriously inefficient and expensive as well, so now you've thrown even more power away converting it. Bottom line, you're gonna pay far more than $600 a month for these things and you won't get nearly the amount of power you think. it is generally a waste of money to do this in almost all cases. The ROI is usually well over 20 years before you break even.
Q:Does a solar panel work on a cloudy day or a rainy day?
Yes, they work but if it's real rainy they won't work as well. I don't know much about Solar Panels but I do have them in my home, and they work amazing! Once in a while if it's pouring rain, they won't work AS well but still work! I If you really want a good answer, the company I used was actually very helpful and knowledgeable. I'm sure they wouldn't mind to answer some q's! If your interested -- 866-276-7222
Q:The future of solar panels?
In okorder.com
Q:Can I use a 250 watt solar panel to power a medium sized upright fridge?
Well you might reduce your bills, but you wont get your capital back for many years. Do you have LED lighting, I have, every-time one of my compact flourescent bulbs blew I would replace it with an LED, after two years most of my lighting is LED, a good investment I think. What devices do you have, heating and cooking is better with gas (much cheaper) Think about better insulation for wintertime.
Q:Why are solar panels only 0% efficient?
Mainly due to reflection (micro-structuring of the surface helps here), incorrect wavelength of the light (the panel is only sensitive to a certain wavelength range) and heating of the panel (due to the incident light/thermal radiation). The remainder is either reflected or absorbed by the cell and re-emitted as heat. Absorption by e.g. the glass panel is slight (a few %), as is absorption/reflection by the necessary surface contacts (again, a few %). Higher efficiency is possible, but brings its own drawbacks (like higher cost). You could now go into two directions: - high efficiency cells/panels with (likely) higher cost and complexity for mounting (like lens or mirror based systems, aka concentrator systems, that increase the light level on the cells in order to increase efficiency) - low cost systems (cheap as dirt) that will allow you to cover every surface of a building, efficiency is less important if you can compensate by a much larger covered area As to the efficiency limit: there is a theoretical limit (from thermodynamics - don't ask me how or why) in the range of 30...40%, depending on which publication you want to believe in.
Q:how does a solar panel works?
The fourth answer (kinetic energy) is totally wrong except for follow the instructions If you don't have the basic qualifications, you shouldn't even try besides falling off your roof and electrocuting someone else with bad connections. Solar panels produce low voltage DC power (up to 48 volts depending on design) which can be used directly but rarely is. DC power is stored in batteries for night, overcast days, and times of higher usage. The battery power must be fed through an inverter to produce 20 (or 240) volt AC power that your appliances use. The inverter to house connection must be made in a way that when the main power is turned off (like for repairs) your solar sourced power is not on the wires to hurt someone.
Q:Has anyone gotten their solar panel rebates in Florida?
Do not count on getting the rebate soon or if at all. You should get on the list and wait until the funds are released. Good luck. Summary: Note: There is currently a waiting list for rebates from the Solar Energy Incentives Program. This program has received $5 million in federal funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA). This funding will be used to award rebates to some of the systems that are on the waiting list. The state has applied for an additional $9.4 million in federal funding for this rebate program. Systems applying for the rebate at the present time will be placed on the waiting list. If additional federal funded is received, the approved applications will be awarded rebates based on the order in which they were received. FY 2009-200 is the last year of the solar rebate program and the last year the program could be funded under current authorizing statute. Florida's Solar Energy System Incentives Program was established in June 2006 (SB 888) to provide financial incentives for the purchase and installation of solar energy systems from July , 2006, through June 20, 200. A total of $2.5 million was available for FY 2006-2007; $3.5 million was available for FY 2007-2008, and $5 million is available for FY 2008-09.
Q:Solar Panel - DC motor - Rated Power ? Functionality ?
Wood? Steel tubing could be a lot lighter. Use the hardest narrowest tires you can find bicycle wheels and tires would work nicely and they can be had with really light disc breaks. As for a motor a golf cart motor is made to order. You can get an old electric golf cart and have almost all the parts you will need. Hell cover the roof of the cart with photo voltaic and have a ball. Note I stress weight savings as weight will cost you energy and with photos you won't have much to spare. You will need a battery pac of some sort lithium are a better choice than lead acid. there is a ton more to consider good luck with your project.
Q:Solar Panel Help? Beginners?
You should have your dad check out this site. Easy to learn and very effective. bit.ly/solar9WXBrw
Q:What do i need to use a 2v solar panel to charge a 6v lead acid battery as i cant find a 2v to 6v regulator?
You need a switch mode voltage converter, made to input 2 to 20 volts, and output around 7 volts. Some cell phone chargers can do that, or be modified for that voltage. Option B is to get another battery and use the system at 2V, and regulate that to 6 or 5 volts for charging (you can directly use your car charger), with switch mode regulators. I would find that system to be more flexible. Getting an 8Ah would leave extra capacity. BTW, for a 9AH battery, 20W is kid of big. I have a 36Ah battery and a 20W panel, and that is good for it.

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