Poly Solar Panels 150W Grade A 25 Years Warranty

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 150 Number of Cells(pieces): 36

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

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

power generation.

        

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

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

in Ukraine.

       

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

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

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

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

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

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Poly Solar Panels 150W  Grade A  25 Years Warranty

Poly Solar Panels 150W  Grade A  25 Years Warranty


Poly Solar Panels 150W  Grade A  25 Years Warranty


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 Our product  performance guarantees for 25 years

12 years guarantee for workmanship

Timeliness of delivery

Quality Products certified (TÜV, UL, CE, ISO)


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Q:how much do solar panels cost?
The silicon ones(last 5 to 25 years) run about $4-$5 a watt the amorphous (thin film) a little less (may last 5-0 years). If you use megawatt hour (000 kilowatt hr) a month you will need at least 3000 watts minimum. Therefore if your electric is .0 per kilowatt hr( $00 per month) the payback is around 25 years once you add the batteries plus inverters(batteries $50-$00 each)(synchronous inverter $3000 to$20000)(ie $5.00/.0=50 months at optimum output).Figure (depending where you live) probably only 50% so break even is usualy about 20 yrs.Ie you pay 20 years electric bill and hope nothing breaks(insurance not included) then you can start saveing money.
Q:How will i construct solar panel?
For powering a something that works on DC, like a gate opener, Elaine is right, and in some cases only ONE bigger cell is sufficient due to battery storage; however if the appliance is 20v AC, then an inverter is needed also. MOST of Elaine's answer is good, but a few corrections are needed: Plywood - use EXTERIOR grade only, and even then it can warp; chipboard or waferboard is preferable as it does NOT warp, BUT is not available most places in 3/8, /2 nominal, (5/32) is usually the thinnest available, and it is heavier than plywood. DO NOT use particle board. Superglue - NO, it dries too fast to be useful, in most cases. Wires - For a single cell OK, but for larger panels the best wire is tabbing wire, (which is flat,) which is available from all commercial solar cell dealers. Be very careful soldering this to the cells, as unless you buy the expensive flexible cells, they are easily damaged; I suggest also getting flux pens with liquid flux. Diode - Necessary, but needs to be large enough to handle voltage and current. Usually 25v and 5-30 amps,, one per panel. Plexiglas - OK, but NOT as long lasting as glass; best glass is the special solar glass which is designed to pass almost all of the proper light frequencies, but IS expensive, and usually needs to be specially ordered since most glass stores do not stock it. Double panes work well with the outer pane glass and the inner plexiglas, (to protect the cell if glass broken,) IF where might get damage, such as 'ground' mounting. AND Frame kits are available for larger panels, but IF you make your own, a good table router is a great advantage. Inverter - IF used for 20v AC appliances you MUST have an inverter capable of handling the load, and the best ones are modified sine, or true sine, wave types, and even the best are less than 50% efficient. Note that they will last longer if NOT used at more than 2/3 capacity.
Q:It's all about Solar Panels?
In the US and western Europe, the average cost to install a solar system.....panels, wire, battery bank inverters and all of that is $5 ( five) US a watt. ( One panel, 2 x 3 feet putting out 75 Watts costs $700-800 US ) Mos American homes use about 000 kilo Watt hours of electricity a month...cooking, heating, cooling, refrigeration, water lights and all that. that is 2,000 kilowatts a year. A solar panel system would therefore cost $60,000 US to install. That is WAY beyond almost everyone's means, which is why the US and Europe is not covered in solar panels. There is also the amount of sunlight per day and the height of the sun in the sky. There is a formula to figure out how much usable sunlight a day you get; the further north the less......and that number averages out to about 5 hours a day year round. So back to the 000 kW a month.......30 + kWh a day.......in 5 hours a day you have to generate 6,000 watts .... divide by 75 watts a panel = 35 panels x 75.00 per = 25,000 $ US plus wiring, batteries and all that........
Q:Will my off the shelf deep cycle battery I purchased at autozone work well with solar panels?
There are batteries particularly made for solar, such as the Trojan T05-RE . I think the RE stands for renewable energy. A deep cycle battery should work all right, although not quite as well. What you want to do is try out your setup first, with just one battery, and the panels provided. If this is one of those 45 watt kits, you may be surprised at how little energy you actually get from the panels. Increasing the number of batteries won't help, either - that's like getting a larger water tank, when you only have a trickle to fill it. If your goal is really to save money, the most cost-effective solar is the grid-tied type, with no batteries at all. That's what we have, and I've never regretted it.
Q:Solar Panels Project?
any type
Q:Making a Charger out of small solar panels?
The first item is whether the psp charger output is ac or dc. IF, AC then you are stuck as the panels put out DC. (Increasing the voltage enough to cover invertor losses is not practical in this instance!) IF DC, then you need to combine panels to produce 2 Amps, after which it is run through the 3 terminal VOLTAGE regulator to limit the voltage to 5v. That is 8 panels in parallel in 2 groups placed in series = 2amps at 8 volts, then add regulator for 2 amps at 5v. (Parallel increases amps, series increases volts.) Total panels required is 6 panels.
Q:How can I adapt an automotive reglator to a solar panel?
solar panels will naturally produce a certain DC voltage which is what your battery needs - the current will vary based on the sun light. You need probably 4V to have some over voltage. So based on your specs look at having at least 4 V but not too much over that (tells you how many panels you need in series) I would have blocking diodes (probably the solar cell has them built in) to insure the battery does not discharge thru the panel.
Q:how do I become a solar panel contractor?
Contact some solar panel manufacturers or distributors. I recently started working for a solar panel dealer and they can't find enough qualified workers to install here in the US. Desperately seeking electricians but don't pay well.
Q:Solar Panel?
shows some solar cookers. These might be usable instead of a barbeque grill.
Q:solar panels and wind power help?
I don't have one myself, but some of my neighbors did. They said that wind is cost effective. The equipment will make money over the lifetime of the equipment. When they did the calculations for solar, the savings did not cover the cost of the equipment over its lifetime. They were very happy with their wind turbine and several months even got paid by the power company for putting energy back into the grid. However, this was when I lived in Kansas. Wind does matter on location.

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