SOLAR PANEL MONO 250w FOR BEST PRICE,SOLAR MODULE

Ref Price:
Loading Port:
Tianjin
Payment Terms:
TT OR LC
Min Order Qty:
2500 watt
Supply Capability:
15000 watt/month

OKorder Service Pledge

Quality Product

Order On-line Tracking

Timely Delivery

OKorder Service Pledge

Credit Rating

Credit Services

Credit Purchasing

Share to:

Item specifice:

Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 250 Number of Cells(pieces): 60

Product Description:


SOLAR PANEL MONO 250w FOR BEST PRICE,SOLAR MODULE

SOLAR PANEL MONO 250w FOR BEST PRICE,SOLAR MODULE

.jpg

SOLAR PANEL MONO 250w FOR BEST PRICE,SOLAR MODULE



PERFORMANCE

- High effi ciency, multicrystalline silicon solar cells with high transmission and textured glass deliver a module effi ciency of up to 16.0%,

minimizing installation costs and maximizing the kWh output of your system per unit area.

- Tight positive power tolerance of 0W to +5W ensures you receive modules at or above nameplate power and contributes to minimizing

module mismatch losses leading to improved system yield.

 

RELIABILITY

- Tests by independent laboratories prove that Solar modules:

 Fully conform to certifi cation and regulatory standards.

 Withstand wind loads of up to 2.4kPa and snow loads of up to 5.4kPa, confi rming mechanical stability.

 Successfully endure ammonia and salt-mist exposure at the highest severity level, ensuring their performance in adverse conditions.

 

FAQ

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

What price for each watt?

It depends on the quantity, delivery date and payment terms,

What is your size for each module? Can you tell me the Parameter of your module?

We have different series of panels in different output, both c-Si and a-Si. Please take the specification sheet for your reference.

Can you provide the peripheral products of the solar panels, such as the battery, controller, and inverter? If so, can you tell me how do they match each other?

Yes, we can, we have two companies for solar region, one is CNBM International, the other is CNBM engineering Co.

We can provide you not only the solar module but also the off grid solar system, we can also provide you service with on grid plant.

What is your warranty system?

 Our product  performance guarantees for 25 years

• 12 years guarantee for workmanship

• Timeliness of delivery

• Quality Products certified (TÜV, UL, CE, ISO)

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.

 Can you do OEM for us?

Yes, we can.

How long can we receive the product after purchase?

In the purchase of product within three working days, We will arrange the factory delivery as soon as possible. The pecific time of receiving is related to the state and position of customers.Commonly 7 to 10 working days can be served.





Send a message to us:

Remaining: 4000 characters

- Self introduction

- Required specifications

- Inquire about price/MOQ

Q:solar panels and batteries?
If it pulls 9 amps continuously, that's 08 watts/hour or about 2.5 kwh/day. If it only pulls half that (does it cycle?) it's about .2 kwh/day. You only want to drain a lead-acid battery 50% or so, so you'll want a 5 or 2.5 kwh battery pack. A typical setup for the 5 kwh would be two L-6 batteries in series, and for the 2.5 kwh you could use 2 T-05 batteries in series. This does not account for days of cloud. If you regularly have cloudy days, size the battery pack for two or three days of use with no input (2-3 x the sizes given above). To charge them, you typically want panels that will charge your battery at least 5% of its capacity per hour (C/20). For 2 volt nominal panels that's 0 amps for the T-05 or 20 amps for the L-6 batteries. It's good to have more than that for battery life (it cuts down on what's called stratification), so you'll want probably 50-200 watts of panels for the T-05 and 300-400 for the L-6. You'll also need a charge controller. Peltier coolers are very inefficient. You'll save money by using a regular mini-fridge and an inverter. Most mini-fridges only draw 50 watts or so, so you're talking 600 watt-hours for a 50% duty cycle. This means two T-05 batteries will give you two days of use and you'll only need 20-50 watts of panel. DK
Q:Any recommendation for best solar panels?
I have 3 ARCO solar panels and a wind generator on the Boat and it's all I need to live comfortably on 2 volts.
Q:how much power do i need from my solar panels?
Complex question.... Let me try to simplify it some: Make a list of every electrical device you MUST have. Add to the list how many hours a day it is actually ON. Add to the list how many watts (listed on the label or Volts times Amps) the device uses. (If you have a measuring device, use it.) For each item, multiply volts times hours = watt-hours (this is total energy used per day). Also, add the watts column for all the devices (this is the maximum instantaneous power to be used). Your solar panels should be able to provide power for your total load, so your panel's output power should equal the maximum instantaneous power used. If you can limit how many devices are used at a time, you may be able to reduce the panel size. Look at the total watt-hours. This is the total energy. Your panels generate maximum output when they are perpendicular to the sun at noon on a clear day. They generate reduced output in the morning and afternoon. They also generate substantially reduced output on cloudy days. Also, did you want electricity at night? On cloudy days? You will need batteries.. lots of batteries. And batteries are inefficient.. figure about 50% efficiency after a few years. Basically, here is a very rough formula: Panel_watts = Load_watthours / hours_sun_daily / 60%_angle_efficiency / 50%_battery_inverter_efficiency Once you've figured out the panel's watts, watts/volts=amps. Your system can be 2V with more amps, or 48V with /4 the amps... but the watts are the same. Just the wiring is different. For the battery bank, you need to determine how much backup power you will need for nights and cloudy days. Look at the watt-hours needed at nite, multiply it by the number of days and then by 2, to allow for battery aging. Unless you only have a couple devices and an LED light or 2, it is going to be VERY expensive.
Q:How many Solar Panels do I need?
Everyday I use ,280 kWh 280 kW-hour / 24 hours = 470 kW WOW, that is a very high power level, most homes use an average of .2 kW. My guess is that you mean you use 280 kW-hour in a year, which comes to an average power of .3 kW, typical. Assuming you get, worse case, 6 hours of sun per day, for the first case, 470 kW, each solar panel generates the equivalent of 250 x6/24 = 60 watts, so you would need 470k/60 = 8000 panels For the second case, .3 kw or 300 watts, divided by 60 that is about 20 panels. Depending on where you live, you could need as much as twice that number. Plus you need charge controller, lots of expensive batteries, and an inverter. The big problem is periods of no sun. If you demand continuous power, and you have a period of, say, 24 hours with no sun because of storms, etc, then the number of batteries increases to the hundreds.
Q:What is the cost of Solar Panels?
Hard to answer, it really varies. A rooftop electric panel will typically be about 200 watts or so, and an installation would have many of them. Here's an example: Suntech STP 200 These Modules Provide: 200 Watts VOC 33.40V VMP 26.20V ISC 8.2amp IMP 7.63amp Width Height Deep 39 58 3/8 3/8 $488.00
Q:2- 390 W Solar Panel's Series or Parallel?
Q:Solar Panel HELP?
The only way it pays off is if your energy supplier or state refunds half or more of the cost. Even then, could take 20 years or more to pay off depending on your electrical usage. Most people are either misguided or doing it to reduce their carbon footprint.
Q:How to Compare Solar Panels?
The best way to compare each type of solar panel is selecting them according to your energy need under the same roof. GetBunny, is the source path, where you can easily compare and choose the best suitable solar panels for your needs.
Q:What home appliance can be powered by a solar panel?
First and foremost, you are talking about photovoltaic panels. These harness solar energy and convert it to electricity. The downside to these is that they are expensive, although you will see a huge return on your electric bill in usually 5-7 years. The photovoltaic panels produce DC electricity, so if you want to power your home appliances you will need an inverter that takes DC electricity and converts it to AC (since almost all home appliances run off of AC). You will also need a battery and an optional but very useful charge controller. The battery stores electricity that is generated from the sun to be used on cloudy days. The charge controller is the brains of the operation and deciphers how much electricity should go to the appliance(s) or the battery.
Q:Can you make a Solar Panel Heater?
Absolutely. But I see your point about the Ohms law. I think you'd need technical schematics to get the raw details.

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location
Year Established
Annual Output Value
Main Markets
Company Certifications

2. Manufacturer Certificates

a) Certification Name  
Range  
Reference  
Validity Period  

3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port
Export Percentage
No.of Employees in Trade Department
Language Spoken:
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size:
No. of Production Lines
Contract Manufacturing
Product Price Range