SOLAR PANELS,SOLAR PANEL MONO 260w ,SOLAR MODULE FOR SALE
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• Monocrystalline Solar Panel
• Polycrystalline Solar Panel( multicrystalline silicon Solar Panel)
Features of our products:
• 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 encapsulant 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
Limited Product Warranty
Under normal application, installation, use and service conditions, if MODULES fail to conform to this limited product warranty due to defects in material or workmanship, then for a period ending 12 years from date of sale as shown in the invoice or Contract issued by CNBM SOLAR. CNBM SOLAR will, at its option, either repair or replace or refund the purchase price as paid by the client for these defective MODULES. The repair or replacement or refund remedy shall be the sole and exclusive remedy provided under the “Limited Product Warranty” and shall not extend beyond the 12 years period set forth herein. It will be performed directly to the direct client only. This “Limited Product Warranty” does not warrant a specific power output, which shall be exclusively covered under “Limited Peak Power Warranty” as
This installation Manual contains essential information for the electrical and mechanical installation that your must know before installing CUSTOMER PV modules. This also contains safety information you need to be familiar with .All the information described in this manual are the intellectual property of CNBM and based on the technologies and experiences that have been acquired and accumulated in the long history of CUSTOMER. This document does not constitute a warranty, expressed or implied.
CUSTOMER does not assume responsibility and expressly disclaims liability for loss, damage, or expense arising out of in anyway connected with installation, operation, use or maintenance of the PV modules. No responsibility is assumed by CUSTOMER for any infringement of patents or other rights of third parties that may result from use of PV module.
CUSTOMER reserves the right to make changes to the product, specifications or installation manual without prior notice.
Solar panel working process
In addition to being the ultimate source of all life on earth, the sun is an infinitely renewable, completely pollution-free source of electricity. Instead of burning fossil fuels dug up from the ground in a big power plant – a very 19th century, industrial age approach, when you think about it – solar panels convert sunlight directly into electricity, with no harmful emissions.
The basic unit of a solar panel is a solar cell, which usually consists of one or two layers of silicon-based semiconductor wafers. When struck by the photons in sunlight, the solar cell generates an electrical charge due to the "photovoltaic effect" – which is a pretty good name, since it produces voltage from photons. The flow of these electrons moves in a steady electrical current from one side of the cell to the other.
Dozens of these PV cells are packaged together into solar modules, which in turn are packaged into solar panels that are mounted on a rooftop and arranged to maximize their hours of exposure to direct sunlight. Because the electricity generated by all those solar cells is direct current (DC), it is then sent to an inverter that transforms the power into the same alternating current (AC) used by the appliances in your home and the local utility electricity distribution grid. Increasingly, these inverters are getting "smart," providing data monitoring for solar installation performance and other grid integration services.
We have organized several common questions for our clients，may help you sincerely：
③Can 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.
④What 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)
⑤How 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.
- Q:I have seen quite a few different websites that talk about building your own solar panels for around $200. I wanted to know if anyone has had any experience with this before I decide to try it myself. It would be very helpful to know what I can expect from such an inexpensive setup; what kind of electronics or appliances would I be able to power. Realistically what can I expect from a $200 setup, and what would I need to power say a whole bedroom (clock, regular sized TV, PC, ext.).
- Yes you can build a solar panel with that kind of money but i don't think you can do much with it. is more like a hobby or an experiment. If you want to see a custom made low cost solar panel check my blog.
- Yes, solar panels can be installed on a retirement home or assisted living facility. In fact, many facilities are embracing solar energy as a sustainable and cost-effective solution for their energy needs. Installing solar panels can help reduce electricity bills, offset carbon emissions, and promote a greener environment for residents.
- Q:Photo-Voltaic solar panels are very expensive. Most of a home's energy needs are for heating water, heating and air-conditioning. All of these can be met with thermal solar collectors which are much less expensive. The thermal solar panels would heat water stored in a hot water tank which then can be used as hot water, to heat the home, or as the heat source to a Lithium Bromide Absorption chiller to air-condition a home. With the base line needs met without expensive panels and without inefficient energy conversions, only a small Photo-Voltaic array would be needed for the remaining power needs and since those needs are variable, there would still be power to sell to the grid.
- Solar thermal systems aren't really that much cheaper. You have to have complex systems to pump the water, heat exchangers, regulate the temperature in the panels so it doesn't get too hot, regularly inspect it for leaks, have a system to maintain a constant output temperature, etc. The return on investment of such systems are usually very long, on the order of several decades, even for very large buildings. If they were cost competitive with traditional heaters then they would already be much more widely used I think. Plus with solar thermal you have the unfortunate reality that technologically they aren't going to get much more advanced. That's probably not the case for PV panels. So the only way I can really see solar thermal being used on a larger scale would be some kind of subsidy. PV on the other hand may have a breakthrough tomorrow that drastically reduces its cost. I'd be curious to find out how well those solar AC units actually work though, I can see how they might have potential.
- No, solar panels do not require a battery to function. However, batteries can be used to store excess energy generated by solar panels for use during cloudy periods or at night when there is no sunlight.
- Q:i want to go off grid with solar panels but i need to know how many vots and watts i need to power my house
- 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.
- Yes, solar panels can be installed on a garage or carport. In fact, these structures often provide ideal locations for solar panel installations, as they typically have sufficient space and exposure to sunlight. Adding solar panels to a garage or carport can help generate clean energy, reduce electricity bills, and provide shade or shelter for vehicles or outdoor activities.
- Yes, solar panels can be installed on ground-mounted structures. In fact, ground-mounted solar panel systems are a popular choice for residential, commercial, and utility-scale projects. They offer flexibility in terms of location, orientation, and scalability, making them an ideal option for areas with limited roof space or shading issues. Ground-mounted structures can be customized to optimize solar panel angles for maximum energy production and are easier to install and maintain compared to rooftop systems.
- Yes, solar panels can be installed on swimming pool covers. In fact, it is a popular choice for pool owners who want to harness solar energy to heat their pools while also conserving energy.
- Yes, solar panels can increase the value of commercial properties. By installing solar panels, property owners can reduce their energy costs and generate sustainable power. This can make the property more attractive to potential buyers or tenants who prioritize sustainable practices and want to lower their environmental impact. Additionally, solar panels can also generate income through net metering or feed-in tariffs, further enhancing the property's value.
- Q:How to make a simple solar panel?
- There are many kinds of solar panels. Please specify single crystal, poly crystaline, gallium arsenide, thin film, or water heating solar panel. How much detail do you need? Are you actually making one or just writing a report? If you expect a meaningful answer you need to provide background information.
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