Solar Monocrystalline Panel for Outdoor Solar Shower

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 65 Number of Cells(pieces): 72

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Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Panel (60-65W)
•  10 years 90% output warranty
•  20 years 80% output warranty
• High conversion efficiency mono/poly-crystalline amorphous silicon solar cells
• Modules incorporate high performance bypass diodes to minimize the power drop caused by shading
• High transmittance, low-iron tempered glass
• High performance EVA encapsulate to prevent destroying and water.
• AI frame: without screw, corner connection. 8 holes on the frame can be installed easily
• Good performance of preventing from atrocious weather such as wind and hails
• Certifications: CE IEC TUV VDE UL, Class I


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Q:Where do I find solar panels?
How much it costs, and whether it is worth it, really depends on where you live, and how much power you use. A very conservative house like ours, in an ideal area, could get by with a system that costs $5000 to $7500 net after incentives like tax credits. A house that uses a lot of energy, like a massive one with air conditioning, could need an array costing ten times that much. The only way to even get close on an estimate is to call a local solar installer for a quote. If there are no local solar installers, that's a clue that your area may not be very good for solar. Consider solar hot water also. That's generally cheaper and pays back faster than solar electric.
Q:How are these flexible solar panels?
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Q:will a 5v 52watt solar panel charge four 2c dv 55ah batteries?
OK your math on the solar panel looks correct, but you are missing some critical information. What is the load on your batteries and for how long is this load being applied. Calculate the amp-hour load to see if your solar panel can recharge your batteries with the amount of sun light available. A safe engineering standard is to have twice as much capability as required. If you have a 200 amp load for 7.5 minutes, this would be a 25 amp-hour discharge and will take your solar panel over 7 hours to recharge your batteries. Your solar panel can easily charge the batteries up to full capacity with out any load on the batteries, if the batteries are 50% discharged, this will take about 32 hours. CAUTION! I am assuming that you are hooking the batteries up in a parallel connection, that will give you over 200 amps of current. You should charge each battery up to full charge before you connect them together, if they are not at the same exact voltage when you connect them together, they will self adjust so that each battery is at the same voltage level, at 55 amps this could be a very large spark. Each cell, there are six (6) cells in a 2 volt battery, should be at 2.7 to 2.2 volts DC per cell at full charge. Make sure your battery has a voltage 3.02 to 3.26 volts open circuit or no load. This should be full charge if your batteries do not have this voltage level, say one battery is at 0 volts DC, it could have a dead or shorted cell. DO NOT use this battery until you can get it to hold a 3.02 to 3.26 volt DC level.
Q:What is a solar panel?
The previous answer stating that a solar panel is a method of collecting, and converting sunlight into electricity is correct, however once sunlight has been converted into electricity, it has to have a way to be stored, so that it can be used. This is accomplished by the use of storage batteries. It is stored in a DC or Direct Current form, and may then be converted to AC (alternating current) through the use of an inverter.
Q:can a light bulb power a solar panel?
Yes light-bulbs work, sort of, but you have to illuminate every cell. The output is regulated by the cell with the weakest illumination. Additionally the sun is very strong, 000W of light or more per square meter. A light-bulb is weaker, so less output. A 00W bulb may have only 5W of light, and it doesn't cover the panel, so you can expect something like % of the sun's output. The spectrum of a light-bulb is actually more appropriate for a silicon solar panel, as the silicon panel responds best to red colours.
Q:45 Watt Solar Panel Kit Harbor Freight?
Yes, 80 watts will be nearly twice as useful as 45 watts - but 80 is still a small number. Solar panel systems need an inverter and there's a slight energy loss at the inverter. And, if you want to use the day's energy at night, you'll need a battery or two. And every time you move energy into or out of a battery, you lose a little of the energy. All this is to say that you need to sum up the wattage of your appliances and add a fudge factor to accommodate for the losses. I looked at the kit and was moderately impressed. $200/45=$4.44/watt; that's a reasonable price but the links I left below talk of prices as low as $2.58/watt. Also the Harbor Freight kit doesn't contain an 'inverter' which you would have to buy. Also the wattage advertised for any solar panel assumes the thing is clean and pointed right at the sun on a clear day.
Q:How much for a 8kwh solar panel system?
Figure 8 hours of sun per day, so 8 kW-hr is a rate of kW, which is a medium sized panel, probably not enough to operate your house totally, unless you have a very small unit. Averaged over 24 hours, that is power at a rate of only 300 watts, enough for a TV. Average US home use is .2 kW, which over 24 hours is 29 kW-hr, plus you need extra for cloudy days, peak demands, and to charge batteries. You have to decide off-grid or on-grid, and if you want to (and are allowed to) sell excess power to the power company. Off gird, the cost of batteries and charge controller are a large part of the cost. On-grid, you have to purchase equipment approved by the power company to match your power with the grid. Panels will cost about $3 per watt, so for 000 watts that is $3000. Double that for installation, then add in cost of charge controller, inverter, batteries, etc. The last items depend on your alternatives, see paragraph above. .
Q:hi i am asking about the life of solar panels?
They degrade over time, losing efficiency. They're generally good for several decades.
Q:where will i find solar panel info for free?
I was looking for information about solar panels for very long time... Always got these paid websites that sell eBooks about how to build your own solar panel (I guess you are having the same problem)... Good news is that I actually found a great free resource, please see below. Hope that helps and Good Luck! Harold
Q:Do solar panels add to global warming?
As far as it goes, you're right: putting up a big black object increases the total amount of energy absorbed from the sun. But that's only part of the story. If you didn't put up the solar panel, the same radiation would hit the earth. The earth already absorbs 2/3 or so of the energy that comes in (albedo .30), so adding even a perfectly black object increases it only by 50%. But it's not even that much, because most of the extra energy absorbed is converted into electricity. Solar panels are about 0-5% efficient, so half of the extra energy is turned into electricity rather than heat. Eventually it's put to use and turned into heat, but that heat was going to come from somewhere else anyway. (Even if it's just powering your DVD player, it turns into heat just the same as if you were using it to heat your house.) If you dig up a gallon of petroleum or fission a microgram of uranium, that's heat introduced into the earth's atmosphere. And these processes are inefficient: between generation and transmission you lose about 75% of the energy, meaning you've introduced 4 times as much energy into the atmosphere as you've actually used. So with a solar panel, you add extra heat to the earth by about 25% of incoming solar radiation, but you've offset external costs by about 45% of incoming solar radiation. The net effect is to cool the earth. And that assumes that the solar panel itself is perfectly black, which isn't the case. Real commercial solar panels have an albedo of about .35, which makes them more reflective than dirt and considerably more reflective than asphalt shingles, which have .03 albedo. In other words, even if you didn't actually use the solar panels for electricity, they'd be cooling the earth just by reflecting energy back into space more than your regular shingles.

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