Solar Modules (Poly-Crystatline solar Panel)TPB156×156-36-P

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Solar Modules (Poly-Crystatline solar Panel)TPB156×156-36-P

 

 

Specification

·         Highest performance enabled by higher efficiency monocrystal line cells and the latest Solar Wafer Technology for multicrystal line cells

·         Lower weight design which reduces the total system load on a roof, making it ideal for residential customers. Its shape allows for better roof utilization

·         Its low weight means easier handling for installers

·         Modules are designed to withstand PID (Potential Induced Degradation)*

·         High light transmission Anti-Reflective Glass with improved self-cleaning capability

·         0/+5 W Positive power tolerance for reliable power output 

 

 

Warranty

CNBM Solar provides one of the most comprehensive module warranties in the industry:

·         10 years for product defects in materials and workmanship

·         First 12 years for 90% of warranted minimum power

·         Remaining 25 years for 80% of warranted minimum power

Certification

CNBM Solar strictly carries out the ISO 9001 quality control methodology and has implemented check points at every step of the production process to ensure our product performance durability and safety. The stringent quality control process has been confirmed by numerous independent agencies and LDK Solar modules earned IEC, TUV and UL certifications.

·         IEC:IEC 61215, IEC 61730 (1&2), conformity to CE

·         UL 1703 2002/03/15 Ed:3 Rev:2004/06/30

·         ULC/ORD-C1703-01 Second Edition 2001/01/01

·         UL and Canadian Standard for Safety Flat-Plate

·         ISO 9001: 2008 Quality Management Systems

·         CEC Listed: Modules are eligible for California Rebates

·         PV Cycle: Voluntary module take back and recycling program

·         MCS Certificate

 

 

Solar Modules (Poly-Crystatline solar Panel)TPB156×156-36-P

Solar Modules (Poly-Crystatline solar Panel)TPB156×156-36-P

Solar Modules (Poly-Crystatline solar Panel)TPB156×156-36-P

 

FAQ

Q: How long has Solar PV technology been around?

In 1838 the photoelectric effect was discovered by physicist Edmund Becquerel although it wasn't until the 1950's that the technology was developed enough to produce efficient working cells. 

Q: Are Photovoltaic panels expensive?

Over the last 20 years the price of PV modules has fallen dramatically, from around £15 per Wpk in 1980 to current prices of around £3.50 per Wpk. 

Q: Will I have to get planning permission?

Not in the vast majority of cases. However if you want your system ground mounted, if your property is part of a world heritage site, or is listed, then planning permission would likely have to be sought in advance.

Q: How long will a Solar PV system last?

The MCS accreditation scheme means that all panels installed under the scheme by approved agents will continue to generate for at least 25 years. Over this time their output will diminish slightly but they should still perform at 85% at the 25 year mark according to the scheme rules.

Q: How much Power can I expect to get from my Solar PV’s?

Typically an installed 1kWpk array will produce 800kWh/year. 2kWpk will produce 1600kWh/year and so on.

 

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Q:How to connect solar panels?
Okay okorder.com/... That metal strip up top is negative, if you turn it around and look on the back you will see another metal strip there which would be positive. When it comes to wire, I use 24awg audio wire I got from radio shack, they only have solid wire at this gauge at my local radio shack but stranded is preferable. Solar cells are super fragile too so you're going to want to be extra careful. I then take a length of stripped wire and lay it over the silver tab, I hold it in place with some electrical tape at each end. Here is where experience comes into play, you can't use just any solder when making these connections. Well, you can but it takes a hell of a lot more time and effort to get it right. Make sure to use 96/4 silver-bearing solder. I'm not sure why but 60/40 solder does not adhere very well to the cell and usually the soldering iron has to stay on the cell for far too long which ends up discoloring it. If you need help on how to solder send me a message, you need to know how to properly tin the iron, since this is such a meticulous and unforgiving soldering job.
Q:How do Solar Panels Work?
Solar panels collect solar radiation from the sun and actively convert that energy to electricity. Solar panels are comprised of several individual solar cells. These solar cells function similarly to large semiconductors and utilize a large-area p-n junction diode. When the solar cells are exposed to sunlight, the p-n junction diodes convert the energy from sunlight into usable electrical energy. The energy generated from photons striking the surface of the solar panel allows electrons to be knocked out of their orbits and released, and electric fields in the solar cells pull these free electrons in a directional current, from which metal contacts in the solar cell can generate electricity.
Q:LED Lantern Charged via 6 volt solar panel?
If it has a 6 volt battery- is it marked 2 volts on an external plug? If so, there is a resistor inside to drop the potential the battery sees. The battery itself could be slipped out and recharged easily from your 6 volt panel. Just determine how much current (in Amps or Milliamps) the panel produces nominally and divide that into 4 and add one fourth of that length of time to make up for system losses. This will tell you how many hours it should charge assuming your starting voltage of the battery is above .5 volts. and the panel is at 3 volts potential or higher. So if your panel puts out amp at 0AM, you would charge for 5 hours. 4 divided by is 4 and one fourth of that is so 4 plus is 5. It is a little more involved than that, but as a rule of thumb. Also do not discharge tha lantern to the point of no light output. LEDs are efficient, but their current will add up. If it is suggest to be able to use the lantern for up to 8 hours on a charge, stick to that value. Lead acid batteries have best longevity when discharged only to 80 percent capacity. Once battery is charged- disconnect from charging source.
Q:Are solar panels only effective in places where there is an abundance of sunlight?
But int the summer months you will have longer days than someone on the equator. Depending on your local power company, you may be able to back feed into the grid and draw back out the same amount a few months later.
Q:How are solar panels developed and distributed in America?
The first link below is one of the best sites for recent news about solar panels. You should be able to find stories about solar panels under development today. A little bit of the history: Solar panels have been around for about 50 years now. They were first used to power spacecraft. Solar power for domestic use started to develop rapidly in the 970's during the first oil crisis, but as energy prices fell in the 980's solar development slowed. Most of the large solar panel makers were purchased by large oil companies who seemed not to be too interested in solar. In the late 990's as concerns about both Peak Oil and Global Warming grew there was renewed interest in solar power and a number of new companies were started to develop new kinds of solar panels. Many of these new companies have grown larger than the older solar companies still owned by big oil companies. Over the last 7 years or so growth in the solar market has been explosive with a compound growth rate of almost 40% per year. In 2005 the solar industry for the first time started to consume more silicon than all other electronic industries combined resulting in a world wide silicon shortage that is still with use. New silicon refineries are coming on line and the shortage is expected to diminish by 2008 or 2009. Check out the two links below. They will help you a lot.
Q:how to make your own solar panels ?
I did my own solar panel at a fraction of a commercial one by diy manual. I think some of the important criteria to consider about these diy manual are : . is it proven by many of its readers ? 2. How easy to follow the manual ? 3. Any video showing the steps to assemble your own panel ? 4. Any after sales support ? You can cut down your electricity bill on some small appliances like your labtop or fans, but not practical on heavy duty appliances like air-cond, etc.
Q:How much money does it cost to make ONE solar panel?
Have okorder.com . Possibly this could immediately instruct each and every one!
Q:Solar panels and supplementing your AC power source.?
you have had 2 good solutions already yet once you go with greater advantageous examining on photograph voltaic panels and technical suggestions on the factor components of a photo voltaic panel setting up take a seem on the link under which has over one hundred quite good articles on photograph voltaic.
Q:What size and watt solar panel?
I think that typical solar panels are 2'x4' and produce something like 800-000 wh per day. (That's 0.8 - kwh per day.) More in the summer, less in the winter, if they're aimed sort of at the sun. There are newer, more expensive panels that produce more. There are also thin film panels that are less expensive, and probably more sturdy. You then have a couple choices. In a house, you'd have an expensive inverter to connect to the utility power, so you can have power at night when your panels aren't generating anything. In a trailer, you want 2-4-6 deep cycle car batteries to store the power. Then you could have an inverter to convert that power to 20v AC, so you could use normal appliances. Or, you could buy appliances that run on 2 volts DC. Maybe a combination of both. You'll need to figure out how much power you're going to use, so you know how many panels and batteries you're going to need. The calculation is easy. Figuring out how much power you need is hard. You need deep cycle batteries because you can repeatedly charge them way up and run them way down. Ordinary batteries die fairly quickly when you do that.
Q:I would like to know mire about solar energy ?
Why don't you just call a solar energy company and ask them anything you need to know, or check out websites- they usually have page with faqs or info. The company I used has lots of info on their website and they were very helpful.

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