Polycrystalline Solar Panel 160W Hot Selling High Efficiency

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CNBM Solar Polycrystalline Series II (160W)











12 yrs free from defects in materials and workmanship

No less than 90% within 10yrs and no less than 80%   within 25yrs

TUV(IEC61215&IEC61730), CE, UL


 Photovoltaic/ solar/ green energy/ energy saving


1.High efficiency crystalline silicon solar   cell. Even if under the weak light, the solar module can produce maximum   power output.

2.Tempered glass (toughened glass):   Anti-reflecting coating and high transmission rate glass increase the power   output and mechanical strength of solar module.

3. EVA and TPT: Using high quality EVA and   TPT to prevent destroying and water.

4. AI frame: Without screw, rner   connection. 6 holes on the frame can be installed easily.

5. Junction box: Multi function junction   box with water proof.

6. Long lifetime: ≥25 years; Less power   decrease.

7. Good performance of preventing from   atrocious weather such as wind and hails.

8. Resisting moisture and etching   effectively, not effected by geology.

9. The certificate issued by international   authority: UL, TUV, IEC, CE.


Packaging   Details:

26pcs/pallet, 28pallets/   40HQ 

Our   solar panels are packed in cartons, and then pallet. 

Shipping by sea or by air are both ok, it up to customer’s chose.

We’d like to inquiry the freight cost for customer after be informed exact quantity and destination address.

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Polycrystalline Solar Panel 160W Hot Selling High Efficiency

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Polycrystalline Solar Panel 160W Hot Selling High Efficiency

Polycrystalline Solar Panel 160W Hot Selling High Efficiency

Polycrystalline Solar Panel 160W Hot Selling High Efficiency

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Polycrystalline Solar Panel 160W Hot Selling High Efficiency

5. FAQ:

We have organized several common questions for our clientsmay help you sincerely

1). What’s price per watt?

A: It’s depends on the quantity, delivery date and payment terms of the order. We can talk further about the detail price issue. Our products is high quality with lower price level.

2). Can you tell me the parameter of your solar panels?

We have different series of cells with different power output, both from c-si to a-si. Please take our specification sheet for your reference.

3). How do you pack your products?

We have rich experience on how to pack the panels to make sure the safety on shipment when it arrives at the destination.

4).Can you do OEM for us?

Yes, we can.

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Q:Solar panel battery charging?
I agree, you should get a charge controller and install appropriate fuses.
Q:Cars with Solar Panels?
How would a car with Solar Panels work in a city like London, Seattle, or Dublin, where it is cloudy and rainy more often than not? Unless there is a way to store up the solar power, I don't see it working very well.
Q:Are photovoltaics to do with solar panels?
Actually Photovoltaic cells also called solar cells in collection forms solar panel. Photovoltaic cells consist of silicon for converting solar energy into electrical energy.
Q:its about solar panels?
It depends on what you want to do with the solar panels, Heat your water , heat a pool or spa, or to make electricity to use instead of that supplied by the power company. The first three are fairly easy and straight forward. Depending on the amount of water that needs to be heated, the location you live at in relation to the equator and the location of the solar panels and piping . The panels for this applicatin are 00s of feet of piping that absorbs heat from the sun and circlate it. The panels them selves are sort of inert and can be very heavy when filled with water.. Makeing usable power to replace the power company is a real problem because among other things solar cells create DC voltage. A house runs on AC voltage. So all of the items to heat water still apply, location, placement, etc. But now we have to figure hrs of sunlight the output of the cells running the power to a transformer to transform the voltage from 2 volts DC to 20 volts DC and then running the power thru a converter to change it from DC to AC at each point ( transformer converter ) there is a loss of power do to a change in current. After all of the above if a cloud comes by your power will stop, and at night you will have no power. The fix for that is storage cells AKA batteries which store the power until you need it, like night time. The glamor of a all solar powered home is great,, but it isn't practical. So What to do, You eliminate the battery storage, and also hooking up the power to your home. You feed it right into the power companys wiring and guess what? The electric meter on you house runs back wards your send more power to them during off peak times that your using. For every dollar the meter runs backward you get a free dollars worth when you need it. This is a way of storing the power as credit with the power company instead of batteries Its a lot to understand and I hope I helped
Q:2v about 600ma Solar Panel?
Hey Jeff, what you're talking about is frequently referred to as a, solar battery maintainer. There are lots of places that make and sell them, I have seen them in many auto parts stores and truck stops along the freeways. Go to google and search for a solar battery maintainer, they come is sizes similar to what you are searching for, but it will be difficult to find one that is not over 4 wide. Lots of them are about the size of the top of a shoe box, maybe 2 X 6, and come with a cigarette lighter cord attached. A 2 volt model at 500 ma, or /2 amp, works out to about 9 watts, assuming the 2 volt nominal voltage panel is actually optimized for 8 volts, as most of them are. These devices are designed to sit on the dash board of your car and keep your battery charged if you leave the car for a long period of time, like at the airport for a week in the winter. They actually work for that, we've used one before. What are you planning on doing with it? Charging a battery or running a device directly? Remember if you hook it straight to a device, and the current requirements of the device are less than the available sun will develope with your panel, the voltage may climb to a level too high for your device. If you're charging a battery, this does not cause a problem. Another option is to build your own. It can be a lot of work for just one panel, I've not done it myself, but there are videos on the subject. That device in real goods is a flexible panel, known in the solar world as, Amorphous. They are still a bit experimental, the ones they made a few years ago did not hold up as well as the solid ones, and they are expensive. You can get a /2 amp maintainer for around $25. Good luck Jeff, and take care, Rudydoo
Q:Want to power this with solar panels?
You won't get very far with THAT lash-up. First of all.. WHY would you want to use diodes to drop the voltage.. they DRAW CURRENT and that is something you don't have to spare. That draw of 4.5v@0.66A (660 ma) comes out to just under 3 watts. You DO KNOW that you can get that 4.5 Volts by driving a NAIL into the THIRD CELL in a 6 Volt wet cell battery... right? and for what you are doing, you have more current available with a 6 volt battery than a 2 volt battery. Anyway, you could use two 6 Volt batteries and tap them at the 4.5 volt point then tie them in parallel, but you could still use the 6 volt solar panel to charge them. Trying to use an inverter is just an exercise in futility.. With TWO of the LARGEST DEEP CYCLE BATTERIES you can buy at AutoZone running in Parallel and being charged by solar panels.. if you hook a 75 watt inverter to them, they will go flat in about 4 hours of use during the night. This is not rocket science. Back when cars were changing over from 6 volts to 2 volts, I powered up more than one 6 volt car radio off a 2 volt battery... when you grow up as poor as I did.. you get inventive. I later used the same trick on the 24 volt electrical systems the Jeeps were using, to power up clandestine repeaters in places where no repeaters should have been. About 25 years ago I was living in the Denver area and built up a 0 watt 2 meter repeater on a split channel and took it up to Mt. Evans during the summer and hid it in a pile of rocks. I used tone control, so we were the only ones using it and, as I said, It was a split channel.. so it wasn't on a regular repeater channel. That thing was still running when I moved from the Denver area about 3 years later and for all I know, It's still up there on Mt. Evans (find the Brittlecone Pines and look towards that small peak about a mile to the west)
Q:solar panels and wind power help?
A lot depends on location. If you haven't seen other solar panels or wind turbines in your general region, that could be a clue that the area is not really that good for them. The best thing to do is look in the phone book under solar or wind and see if there are local installers. In the event that your area is suitable for both, I think you should choose one or the other, to avoid complexity and extra cost in the system. We have solar electric. It really requires long-term thinking to get such a system, because the up-front costs are large. It will be 5, 0, maybe even 5 years' worth of electric bills that you pay up-front, in a suitable location. After the solar is installed, your electric bills will be lower or near zero, but it's only after that 5-5 years has passed that you actually start saving financially. A professional installer can run the analysis and you can see if the numbers make sense to you.
Q:Are Solar Panels worth it in Southern California?
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Q:are solar panels worth buying?
There are different kinds of solar panels. The biggest division is between photovoltaic panels that produce electricity and thermal solar panels that produce heat for hot water and space heating. Commercial photovoltaic panels are from 8 to 24% efficient while solar thermal panels are from 60 to 80% efficient. Solar thermal panels especially for hot water have a much higher ROI (return on investment) than photovoltaic panels. A solar hot water system may have a payback period (when savings equal the investment) as short as 3 to 5 years while photovoltaic panels will typically have a payback period between 7 and 5 years. Solar panels especially in times of low interest rates may be a very worthwhile investment with a better return than you can find almost anywhere else. But they are also highly dependent upon your situation. Owning a home with a good southern exposure is a prerequisite.
Q:What direction do solar panels usually point?
Oh wow, please ignore approx 50% of the answers here. We live off-grid and solar is my business. If you are in North America, they should face SOUTH. The comment about them facing the equator is accurate. What has not been said though, is the angle they should be at. For optimal sun exposure, the angle from horizontal for the panel should be equal to your latitude. So if you live in Colorado for example, at approximately 40 degrees latitude, your panel should be at 40 degrees from horizontal.

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