Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 48 Cell 195W

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1. Structure of  Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 48Cell-195W Description

Solar panel refers either to a photovoltaics (PV) module, a solar hot water panel, or to a set of solar photovoltaics modules electrically connected and mounted on a supporting structure. A PV module is a packaged, connected assembly of solar cells.

Solar panels can be used as a component of a larger photovoltaic system to generate and supply electricity in commercial and residential applications.

Each module is rated by its DC output power under standard test conditions, and typically ranges from 100 to 320 watts.

The efficiency of a module determines the area of a module given the same rated output – an 8% efficient 230 watt module will have twice the area of a 16% efficient 230 watt module.

There are a few solar panels available that are exceeding 19% efficiency.

A single solar module can produce only a limited amount of power; most installations contain multiple modules.

 

2. Main Features of the  Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 48Cell-195W

• WARRANTIES

- Limited power warranty1: 1 year at 98% of the minimal rated power output, 10 years at 92% of the minimal rated power output, 25 years at 82% of the minimal rated power output.

1In compliance with our Warranty Terms and Conditions.

*QUALIFICATIONS & CERTIFICATES

IEC 61215, IEC 61730, MCS, CE, ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, BS OHSAS 18001:2007, PV Cycle, SA 8000

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4. Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 48Cell-195W Specification

ELECTRICAL PERFORMANCE

Power output

P max

W

195

Power output tolerances

ΔP max

W

0/+5

Module effi ciency

η m

%

14.7

Voltage at Pmax

V mpp

V

23.7

Current at Pmax

I mpp

A

8.03

Open-circuit voltage

V oc

V

30.1

Short-circuit current

I sc

A

8.65

 

5. FAQ of  Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Modules 48Cell-195W

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Q:How do you set up 30w solar panel?
must be one of the place who's place have sun
Q:any one know about electricity solar panels?
The charger will accept whatever current is necessary from the solar panel up to 7A. It's not like the solar panel will force 2amps into the charger/battery -- the charger will control the current going to the battery. I question whether or not the 2V panel will actually charge the battery, though, because in order to charge a standard lead-acid 2V battery you need to have about 4.5 volts applied to the terminals. Perhaps the charger has a boost circuit -- I don't know without looking at it or knowing the brand/model number, etc. The timer must be 2VDC, but, if you only have a timer that is rated for 20VAC, you can buy a small inverter that will take 2V and supply the necessary 20VAC. An inverter rated for 20 to 50 Watts should be sufficient. These usually cost under US$25. .
Q:Why dont we have a gigantic solar panel system in the warm states,stretching miles across to supply the usa?
It's not a matter of Federal money or Federal programs or attitudes of the government that keeps your grand plan for generating large amounts of electrical power using solar panel systems and distributing it country wide with fiber optics from becoming a reality. It's technology. Whatever optimistic speculations you may have heard or read, large scale, dependable generation of electrical power at steady high levels from solar cells is nowhere near a reality. Some of the big culprits are the variable atmosphere of the earth and the inefficiency of practical and economic solar cells. The conversion does not depend on the warmth of the states where generation might take place but on constant direct sunlight, unobscured by clouds in the atmosphere for most of every day, and on high efficiency solar cells. No states can depend on clear skies 365 days of the year and there's the little matter of night time, when nothing would be generated. Also, the electricity generated by solar panels cannot be carried by fiber optics since they carry electromagnetic energy (light), not electricity. What may be possible sometime in the not-too-distant future is the use of solar panels to supplement, not replace, conventional power generating systems on a local basis. It would not be required that they provide constant high levels of power every day, but only that they provide power when conditions were right, in order to perform the valuable role of cutting down on the use of fossil fuels in conventional generating systems. (The direct current generated by solar panels would have to be converted to alternating current or stored in batteries to accommodate our present methods and equipment for using electric power.) As soon as this becomes technically and economically feasible, we will not have to wait long to hear about it from the energy corporations and politicians.
Q:Solar panels in the Bay Area?
Yes, San Francisco gets enough sunshine. That will vary depending on your site location, some are better than others. The best way to find out how much electricity your specific location can generate is to get a quote from a solar company. I am in the process of getting PV's installed on my home in the Sacto area and got quotes from 3 companies. My home is in a good, not optimal possition and depending on where on the roof I place the panels my efficiency will vary. Also depending on the brand of panels, some will take less square footage on the roof to produce the same amount of electricity. The price on all 3 were very close to each other. All 3 companies I dealt with gave a no cost/no obligation quote, and they were are very knowledgeable about the specific utility rebates I would be eligable for. I say it is well worth the time to check it out. My system should be going onto my roof in just a few more weeks. I was able to get nearly 50% of my cost refunded by my utitlity, plus my federal tax rebate. My system should be paid for in about 6 years.
Q:What specification of solar panel do I need?
I okorder.com/ says they have DC to DC solutions from 2 V for most laptops.
Q:Solar Panels ????????
It means that it will deliver 00 watts of energy. Assuming correct voltages, etc. you could connect a 00W incandescent lamp and it will work just fine. So it is the instantaneous output of the panel. Storage is more typically measured in the watt/hour manner - identifying capacity rather than immediate availability. If you have 000 watt/hours of stored energy then you can run your 00W lamp for 0 hours - or two 00W lamps for 5 hours. See? It's simple.
Q:Solar panel setup?
You have to keep the polarity straight. Red is positive + Black is negative - I don't know how much amperage you are drawing, or how many amps the solar panel puts out. This charge controller is a device I am unfamiliar with- What does it say on it? how many volts? how many amps?
Q:Where can I get free solar panels?
If they're just to be used as an example, go around your neighborhood, and find a yard with solar yard lights. Then ask the owner whether you might borrow one or two. If they say no, move on and find another house. I'm pretty sure someone will say yes, after you explain what it's for. They will trust you, because you could have just stolen the lights, but instead asked. Option B is to have your parents take you to Fry's Electronics, and purchase a solar item, like a motion detector light, or even a standalone solar panel. As long as you don't mess up the box, you should be able to return it later for credit. But that's borderline dishonest, because you never intended to keep the merchandise.
Q:How to make a solar panel at home?
It's not necessary. The time, materials, energy, and money you have to put out might not be worth it. Being this is your first unit, there are cheap enough panels; you should shop around. OKorder alone with an array of selections and there is Home Depot and others. When solar panels not hooked up correctly or you don't have the right equipment you can cause the batteries to explode. Do your research there's plenty on Youtube. I'd read the answers here but you really need to do some homework elsewhere. It is that serious that I wouldn't give any advise on the how to.
Q:How many volts does an average solar panel produce?
You should read up on the different electrical units. You say .5 volts of energy, but this makes little sense. Energy is measured in Joules. Power in Watts. Solar panels will produce different voltages and currents, depending on the amount and angle of sunlight hitting them. Power = volts * amps. Before installing solar panels a home owner should do an energy audit to find out how much power they currently use - and how much that could be reduced with some easy changes. Solar panels are expensive, so it makes sense to reduce the amount that you need to install. In some places you can sell extra power back to your utility - so having extra panels might give you some small amount of money back - but this is rarely enough to justify the cost of the extra panels. I put 28 panels on my house (see picture in source URL). My utility has tiered pricing for electricity (first few kWh each month are cheap, but price for extra ones goes up in stages). My panels keep me from having to pay the higher rates.

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