Polycrystalline silicon AM265P-6-60 solar module

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A&M Solar which is an important Chinese solar photovoltaic manufacturing base. The company is professionally engaged in the research and development, manufacturing, sales and service of crystalline silicon solar modules and photovoltaic power generation system..

The A&M Solar’s new leading 200MW automatic solar module production workshops will be put into operation by the end of 2014. Then, the capacity will reach to 400MW.The company has a number of management people working for more than ten years in the solar industry, whom have rich experiences in manufacturing, quality and marketing areas.

 

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Polycrystalline silicon AM265P-6-60 solar module

 

Data sheet

maximum power265W
brandAM SOLAR
cell type(mm)Polycrystalline solar cell 156*156
number of cell(pcs)60(6*10)
manufacture siteChina
open-circuit voltage (voc)37.7V
maximum power voltage (vmp)30.6V
short-circuit current (isc)9.03A
optimum operating current (imp)8.66A
power tolerance0 ~ +5W
module efficiency16.3%
dimensions(mm)1640*992*40
weight(kg)19
backsheetWhite
frame colorSilver
frameAnodized Aluminum Alloy

 

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Q:Solar panel wiring trouble.?
You are probably wiring them incorrectly: with the positive on panel A connected to negative on panel B; and the negative on panel A connected to the positive on panel B. If you want then connected in parallel, connect the positive on panel A to the positive on panel B and the negative on panel A connected to the negative on panel B. But you will only get vdc. You can't get .5 volts from two volt sources. You can get 2 volts by connecting the panels in series.
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:I have a question about solar panels?
My mum has solar panels and her electricity is still on all the time. If she uses stuff during the day, it doesn't cost her anything, as the panels are generating electricity, but at night if she uses things, then it will cost her coz there's no sun and no electricity being generated. She's still connected to the grid to use electricity but because she's feeding the electricity produced by her solar panels back into the grid the company pays her a certain amount for the no. of Watts that's produced. They cost a lot to install, but as she is generating more than she's using (even taking night time into account) she is being paid more back. e.g. before panels she paid ~£30per month. Now she receives ~£70per month. so she's about £00 a month better off (coz she's saving the 30 AND being paid the 70 on top of that)! and will therefore gain the money back that she paid in in about 8 years or so. Hope that makes sense!
Q:solar panels on housing developments?
Solar Panels in housing developments is not being used because it would add $25,000 to $40,000 to the price of the home. Most people in the USA don't understand that after a few years the solar electric panels will start paying them back. It is not just the upfront cost. People would rather spend that 40K on somthing smart like a new corvette. Which has no pay back at all then something stupid like solar electric and helping themselfs or the rest of the world. So if the builders were to add them to the house people would just buy from another builder and the one adding the solar roof tops would just go broke. The State would have to find a way to credit the buyer or buider enough to make it worth it. Is it not more fun to spend millions on finding out where Anna Smith is going to be barried? Or maybe billions on top of billions on War? If we had spend the money on solar that we have spend on Iraq alone we could have put solar on every roof top in the whole USA and had few billion left over. Think about it.. 200 million people in the USA with three to a home would be 66 million homes. It would have only cost 528 billions dollars to put a kWh Solar Electric system on each house in America. But that would be stupid. War makes more money. We don't want Exxon to go broke do we?
Q:Why are solar panels only 0% efficient?
Unlikely that we gan get to near 00% efficiency, although there is room for improvement. In the meantime, don't pooh-pooh 0% efficiency. That's about the rate of energy transfer up a food pyramid, perhaps a little less at the solar to plant level. As this manages to provide the basis for most of life on earth, it's nothing to sneeze at. As far as the other 90% goes, I would guess that much of it is reflected.
Q:Solar panel setup?
When you connect a charge controller to a PV system it is always advisable to connect the charge controller to the battery (already charged) first and then to the solar module. No sooner you connect the appliances to the system, you can use them as the solar modules (panels) charge the batteries and the appliances you have connected get this current. You don't simultaneously draw current from both sources, you draw current from the battery which gets charged from the PV module. It is as simple as that !
Q:How much for a 8kwh solar panel system?
Figure 8 hours of sun per day, so 8 kW-hr is a rate of kW, which is a medium sized panel, probably not enough to operate your house totally, unless you have a very small unit. Averaged over 24 hours, that is power at a rate of only 300 watts, enough for a TV. Average US home use is .2 kW, which over 24 hours is 29 kW-hr, plus you need extra for cloudy days, peak demands, and to charge batteries. You have to decide off-grid or on-grid, and if you want to (and are allowed to) sell excess power to the power company. Off gird, the cost of batteries and charge controller are a large part of the cost. On-grid, you have to purchase equipment approved by the power company to match your power with the grid. Panels will cost about $3 per watt, so for 000 watts that is $3000. Double that for installation, then add in cost of charge controller, inverter, batteries, etc. The last items depend on your alternatives, see paragraph above. .
Q:How many LED's can power a solar panel?
The 40 kmcd rating is a measure of luminous intensity (how bright it looks), not a measure of output power of the visible light. We can estimate the performance of your proposed system as follows: The LEDs on OKorder each are rated about 20mA maximum at about 3.2V, or 64mW (milliwatts). If you use 470 ohm resistors connected to 2VDC, the current that will flow, per LED, will be about: (2V-3.2V)/470ohm = 0.0872A = 8.72mA The power taken from the 2VDC power source will be: P2v = 2V x 8.72mA = 224.6mW (per LED) The power input to each LED will be about: Pled = 3.2V x 8.72mA = 59.9mW (per LED) The LED has a luminous efficiency that can range from about 4.2% to 22%. This efficiency is the ratio of the amount of visible light output (in watts) divided by the input power (in watts). The OKorder listing doesn't identify the output power level (either in watts or in lumens), so let's assume a 0% efficiency. The LED output power will be about: Pout = 59.9mW x 0% = 5.99mW (per LED) A solar panel converts visible light to electrical energy with an efficiency that ranges say about 6% to 8%. Suppose the solar panel efficiency is 2%. Then the electrical power output by the panel will be about : Pe = 5.99mW x 2% = 0.72mW (per LED) If you shine 00 LEDs on the panel, the output electrical power will be 00 times that amount: Pe00 = 0.72mW/LED x 00 LED = 72mW <===ANSWER The power taken from your 2V source will be about: P2V00 = 224.6mW/LED x 00 LED = 22460mW = 22.46W The system efficiency will be about: Eff = solar output / battery input = Pe00 / P2V00 = 72mW / 22460mW x 00% = 0.32% SUMMARY: If you shine 00 of the LEDs on the panel, you will capture back about 0.32% of the energy expended, or regain about 72mW.
Q:How to install a solar panel system?
If you are grid-tied, then a standard solar electric system will always feed back into the grid if you are not utilizing more power in your home than is being generated by the solar panels and inverter system. It is possible that a grid isolation device designed to prevent direct back feeding is available, but haven't heard of one in common use. New laws in most areas of the US are now mandating that utilities allow grid-tied alternative energy systems. Double-check you local laws. Sometimes you can't take the utilities word for truth--most will automatically say 'no' and will only relent when you show up with the law in hand. Unfortunately, some utilities have figured out another way to shut down alternative energy pioneers--they demand multimillion dollar insurance policies covering damage that their equipment could sustain from your little PV system. Technically, they are still in compliance with the law, they just make it impossible for a homeowner to meet their requirements. If you are getting the runaround, go to your state representative for help. It's amazing how contrite those utility people can be when a state senator (or even US Senator) has just sent a letter asking them why they are stonewalling a law-abiding and well-meaning citizen. Good luck, and don't give up!
Q:How does a solar panel work?
The term solar panel is best applied to a flat solar thermal collector, such as a solar hot water or air panel used to heat water, air, or otherwise collect solar thermal energy. But 'solar panel' may also refer to a photovoltaic module which is an assembly of solar cells used to generate electricity. In all cases, the panels are typically flat, and are available in various heights and widths.

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