1. Structure of Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Panel Type CR290P-CR250P
Solar modules, which are widely used in ground mounted utility-scale PV plants, large-scale and small civil and commercial power generating system such as BIPV combined to the grid, roof-mounted PV power system, rural electrification, communications, emergency auxiliary power.
Solar PV module is comprised of some solar cells which are connected in serial with high efficiency and enhanced reliability.
2.Professional Certificate of Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Panel Type CR290P-CR250P:
3. Main Features of Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Panel Type CR290P-CR250P
High wind-pressure and snow load, and easy installation
Water resistant junction box
Design to meet unique demand of customer
25 year poweroutput warranty
4.Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Panel Type CR290P-CR250P Images
5. Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Panel Type CR290P-CR250P Specification
156mm × 156mm
No. of cells and connections
Dimension of module (mm)
Weight of module (kg)
Maximum Power (Pm)
Open-circuit voltage (Voc)
Short-circuit current (Isc)
Volatage at Pmax (Vmp)
Current at Pmax (Imp)
Maximum system voltage
-40℃ to +85℃
Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Panel Type CR290P-CR250P I-V Characteristics Graph
6. FAQ of Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Panel Type CR290P-CR250P
(1) Can you offer the test report of the module?
Sure. All the solar modules must pass necessary tests including EL test and ultra-red test and other visual test of the apperance, and the test report presents all the detailed data of the modules.
(2) How to confirm about the quantity and the type of solar module?
It depends on the solar system where you want to put into use the solar modules. We have experienced engineers to design for your order and you need to give more information to fix the details.
- Q:Do homemade solar panels really work?
- My uncle has heated his large swimming pool for 40 years with a home made solar panel about the size of a car hood all made from scrap.
- Q:Solar panel help please?
- solar heating will not make the water electrified,solar energy be converted into heat energy which will heat water,there is no electricity but heat energy to make water hot,you will not worry danger of electricity leakage.
- Q:how do i build a solar electric panel for my home?
- you need to buy, not build. Just to put the parts together correctly requires a lot of experience, not something to be done by someone with no experience. And this is a major project, with lots of decisions before you start. how many watts? how many hours of sun do you get per day? worse case? Do you have a space to put the array where it can get sun all day with no shade? grid tie or not? how many batteries if not grid tie? if no grid tie, how long do you expect the batteries to last during a long period with no sun? And finally, how much money do you want to spend. for a good sized system expect to pay US$20k to 50k
- Q:Solar Panel Help Please!?
- I will give you the tools to answer your own question. Here is the solar resource map: rredc.nrel.gov/solar/old_data/nsr... Use it to look up the hours of peak equivalent sunlight per day in your area. For example, let's say it's 5 hours / day. Then per year you get 365 x 5 = 825 hours of sun Your panel is 20 watts, or 0.2 kW So the energy produced per year is 825 x .2 = 383 kWh You'll have to use the proper numbers for your own area, of course. Anyway, you can take that 383 kWh and determine how much it would cost at local electric rates. Never know, on some islands, it's $.00 per kWh. Check with your local electric company for rates.
- Q:Why only Photo-Voltaic solar panels?
- Just read some of the other posts and I am surprised at the answers. Solar thermal systems typically have a payback of less than seven years on residential system without the tax break. A complete system can be installed for about 5k or less. Compare that to 20k or more for PV with a fifteen to twenty year pay off. Each home and area is different so a site evaluation must be done for exact figures and pay offs. I am going off my own experience in my above statements Flat panel collectors work well in most areas for DHW. Evacuated tubes often run too hot which works well for some applications or high usage. Heating water is the single greatest energy usage other than space heating and cooling. It often surpasses the two above systems based on its widespread usage(every houshold in USA has one) and its the amount it is used(24/7@365) The amount of energy spent to heat water is by order of magnitude the greatest number out there. Having a solar thermal system providing hot water for a average American household is equivalent to taking 40,000 miles off the freeway in a car every year. The BTU's required to heat the water is huge. So why is this more developed cheaper and more efficient technology behind PV in awareness? Natural Gas the number one choice for heating water is cheap. It's by product is invisible and misunderstood. What I find fascinating is if you look at the increase in Natural Gas vs Electricity you will be surprised by how much it has jumped in the last seven years. It is not talked about nearly as much as electricity It does not get the same level of press that PV does. So in short the answer is cheap Natural Gas prices and public perception of this product have kept it off the list of many that are turning toward the green trend. It is less sexy than watching your meter spin backwards. It is the best improvement at the best cost except for conservation which is and was the most cost effective energy saving that can be employed
- Q:is my solar panel big enough?
- If a car battery contains 50 amp hours of charge at 2 volts, that's 600 watt hours of energy. divided by 34.03 watts, 7.63 hours to charge completely in direct sunlight. You don't want to connect them all in series. You want about 4 or 5 volts to charge a 2 v battery, so you should connect groups in parallel, and connect those groups in series to make your voltage. You'll end up with the same amount of power, lower volts and higher amps. It will work for trickle charging your battery if it's not too far run down.
- Q:Can I power up 2Watt bulb using 2Watt solar panel power?
- Hey, okorder.com
- Q:I NEED HELP WITH MY SOLAR PANEL SYSTEM PLEASE HELP?
- I think you need to take some basic courses on electricity. Usually, 8 volt solar panels are required to charge 2 volt batteries. The voltages of photovoltaic cells are set by the material they are made of, only current changes. If you hook up a 2 V solar panel to a 2 V battery, no current will flow, nothing would get charged. You would need some elaborate DC to DC voltage converters to charge a 2 V battery from 2 V solar panels. Solar panels can be connected in parallel or in series, as you've made the mistake of buying 2 V solar panel, you would have to wire them in series and have a charge controller that could limit the voltage of the charge. Did it ever occur to you that two 5 watt solar panels would not be able to provide the power needed by a 400 watt inverter? You're just running off your battery with your set up. Solar power is expensive power, you can not have solar without burning a hole in your wallet.
- Q:simple definition of how a solar panel works?
- How okorder.com/... Use the next page link to flip through the article.
- Q:How to make 2V 4.5A solar panel from solar cells?
- The simplest way to use these panels is simply to connect the panel to your battery, with a diode in series to prevent the battery from discharging through the panel (no sunlight condition). Just connect the battery for the required charge time then disconnect it. Full sun is required, no shadows on the solar panel! ---------- .
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