Solar System characteristic
1. Each component has a single chip detector. Assembled by the IPM or IGBT of Mitsubishi
This protects the system from Overloads, Low Voltage and Under Voltage (alarm) Over Heating, Short circuit, Reverse Polarity.
2. Your system can be updated very easily. Just by adding extra components your system will increase power capacity.
3. Battery optional, you can purchase from us or locally.
4. Simple to install, just follow installation instructions.
5. Our System offers Cutting Edge Technology, State of the Art Quality with Greater Functionality than our competitors, at Competitive prices.
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Surface Maximum Load Capacity
Allowable Hail Load
steel ball fall down from 1m height
Weight per piece (kg)
Junction Box Type
PV-JB001( TUV )
Connectors and Cables Type
With TUV certificate
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Standard Test Conditions
1000W/m2 AM1.5 25’C
5 years product warranty and 25years 80% of power
Long Service Life
2.High Efficiency Solar Cells
3.Special Aluminum Frame Design
4.High Transmission, Low Iron Tempered Glass
5.Advanced Cell Encapsulation .
- Q:How much does 000 square feet of solar panels cost?
- My Father-in-Law had around 300sqft of solar panels installed for the equivalent of around £3000 or $5000. These were just the cheap and relatively inefficient black plastic tubes that were installed on his roof. This was in South Africa where the labour rates are quite cheap. The system works okay and heats a 40ft x 20ft outdoor pool to over 30C in the height of summer. Rather than a pool heater, I think it might be good to look at an air source heat pump to help heat the water in Autumn/Winter when you don't get enough sun to heat the pool. These will be expensive (over $5000), but they will use less than 30% of the electricity of a standard electric water heater. Just the solar panels could cost you $5-20K including fitting.
- Q:Where is the best place to get an education/experience and job in the installation of solar panels? ?
- The best suggestion I can give is to call solar installation companies in your area, and ask for their recommendation as to what to do. They may recommend a technical college with an appropriate program. With unemployment rising, new jobs in solar will likely be scarce for a while. You might also inquire at roofing companies. If you apply at a solar company, and can demonstrate that you already have roofing experience, that will be a plus.
- Q:Solar Panels for home use?
- Solar panels Will give you Free hot water Heating Power to your home You need to learn how to harness it with truck batteries Ask at solar shops about wattage
- Q:How many LED's can power a solar panel?
- Your question has a lot of science involved that I don't understand perhaps the link posted in my source for this answer could help you out? It a site containing only info on LED Lights. Good Luck
- Q:What are the main components of a solar panel?
- For vacuum tubes solar heaters the main component include: solar tank, vacuum tubes, solar frames, and the pipelines and fittings of whole system
- Q:what do solar panels do?
- The cost of electricity is increasing at a rate of 5 to 0 percent every year with no end in sight. A solar panel system captures the (free!) sun and turns it into usable electricity for your home.
- Q:how do you make solar panel?
- Solar panel is a sheet of highly expensive, purest Silicon manufactured in a factory of exceptional killingly stringent specifications. You can't do that as a cottage industry, at least the material.
- Q:What things can a solar panel power?
- Add up the Watts, listed on the nameplate of each item, and compare that to the wattage of the solar panels, watts/square foot times number of square feet of panels. That will give you the most your panels can power if everything is on at the same time, the sun is at its brightest, and there are no losses in the system. Then you've got your storage capacity and inverter capacity to consider. If you've only got 8 hours a day of sunlight, then you need 3 times the area to cover the other 6 hours in the day. Although you are unlikely to run everything full bore all the time, neither is the sun a constant. For most people the best actual return on investment can be had by using the panels to store energy in a preheater for the hotwater tank fill line. This avoids the cost of batteries, an inverter, and an automatic throwover switch, as well as the time, trouble and expense of dealing with the power company. If you actually have energy left over, the best way to use it is to charge a battery bank connected to an uninterruptible power supply on your most used and non essential equipment, ie TV and Computers. When you are there, unplug the UPS and run your stuff on the batteries in that. I'm sure a electronic type could build dropout relay that would automatically switch the ups back to line power when the batteries start to run out. You would want to disable the inverter's charge circuit also or it would use line power to charge the batteries.
- Q:Is getting solar panels worth it for your home?
- It strongly depends on where you live. In California or Hawaii, for example, solar can be cheaper than the power company, even without subsidies. Any incentives you get just make it better. Whatever you do, like any construction project, get 3 bids from different companies. If there are not 3 companies in your area, you are probably in a poor location for solar. Avoid any company that does a hard sell and tries to get you to commit immediately, or makes you uncomfortable in any way.
- Q:The future of solar panels?
- Well, it's true that solar panels aren't exactly the new invention. However, solar technologies keep improving all the time. Just like computers used to be super rare and hard to get, but right now almost everyone has a PC or a laptop. Same with solar panels, soon they will get a lot more popular. Even people like Bill Gates are interested in solar solutions, here, take a look:
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