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High efficiency mono crystalline solar panel PLM-300P-72 series

  • Anti-reflective coating: AR used reduce the reflectivity enhance transmittance.

  • Tempered Glass: Low Iron and AR coating glass increase the power output and mechanical strength of solar module. Mechanical load ≥2400Pa , transmittance ≥91.6%

  • EVA: Transmittance ≥91% , Adhesive Capacity >85%

  • Cell: 17.9% of high efficiency solar cells to sure 15.7% module efficiency

  • Back sheet: Using higher quality back sheet to prevent destroying and water , it’s reflectivity ≥87%, peeling strength ≥ 40N/cm.

  • Aluminum Frame: Anodized aluminum alloy to effectively improve the corrosion resistance and strength

    Certification:

    STC:Irradiance 1000W/m², Temperature 25°c,AM=1.5Maxium system voltage     1000VDC


    Mechanical Characteristics

    Cells size(mm)156X156
    Modules size(mm)1650X992X46
    No. of cells60(6X10)
    Weight(KG)19.6
    No.of mounting holes8
    No.of waterspout16


    Temperature Coefficient:

    NOCT45°C±2°C
    Temperature coefficient of Isc0.05%/°C
    Temperature coefficient of Voc -0.33%/°C
    Temperature coefficient of Pmax  -0.44%/°C
    Power Tolerance0/+3%
    Working temperature  -40°C to 85°C




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  • TypeFramePCS/Pallet  Pallets/Container PCS/Container
    40HQ 1650X992 156P 60cells402328784





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Product Warranty:

10 years for the workmanship
12 years power output no less than 90%
25 years power output no less than 80%


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Why Choose US?

  • Quality Focused
    “Making Reliable Products is the core business fundamental of our company. We implement an IEC complied quality system in the production for the unique purpose: Perlight ONLY DELIVERS RELIABLE SOLAR PRODUCTS. For more details please refer to Perlight Quality Control System.


  • Customer-centric Services
    Perlight rounds out its service portfolio based on every customer’s demands, because we think the customer’s satisfaction is the motive force of growth for the company. Our skilled R&D engineers and customer support teams are always prepared to provide all-round services for our clients.


  • ISO Accredited Factory
    With total area of 15000 m2, Perlight’s manufacturing factory operates under the ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 accredited management systems, which ensure the outstanding quality of our solar products and therefore guarantee the benefits of our clients.


  • TüV Certified Products
    All of our solar panels have passed successfully the German TüV Certification Tests - the most rigorous and worldwide recognized quality standards.


  • System-wide Solutions
    In association with partners, Perlight provides complete components for both on-grid and off-grid PV systems: from solar panels to batteries, combiner boxes, inverters, cables and mounting structures. This enables us to offer more customized PV solutions to our clients based on their various requests.


  • Professional Team
    Perlight is created and managed by an experienced team recognized for their passion, professionalism and integrity. All of our executives have outstanding background in solar product manufacturing, corporate governance and international marketing. We work together every day for our aspirations: bringing better product experience to the clients, creating a world-wide respected brand and turning the business success of the company into the professional satisfaction of our employees.


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Q:What does solar panel output refer to?
Solar panels are rated under standard test conditions (STC), a certain amount of light at a certain distance, at a certain temperature, etc. A kW, or kilo watt, is 000 watts. So for the amount of time that the sun meets those conditions, the rate of output is 500 watts. An average location has an average of 5 sun hours a day, the total time that you produce the rated output. Watts is a rate, like miles per hour (mph), how fast it is going. Watt hours, or kilo watt hours (kwh) is a quantity, like miles. So if you drive 50 mph for 5 hours, you went 250 miles (50 mph x 5 hours). If you produce .5kw for 5 hours, you have the potential to produce 7.5kwh a day. Multiply that by 30 days in a month, you get 225kwh a month. In reality you will lose about 30% of the rated power from less than ideal weather, system losses, etc., so it's more like 50kwh a month. You can look at your electric bill to see how many kwh you use a month, maybe around 000kwh, and see what percentage of your usage a system like that can power.
Q:Help with solar panels?
Unless you're very rich, you won't be able to afford solar panels that can meet the average demand of a home. In the US, the average demand for a home is 920 kwh per month, which amounts to 3,833 Watt panels if you assume 8 hours of usable sunshine and don't take into account your location. At current installation rates that's easily a $9,65 project. If you assume a 25 year useful life, it amounts to a return of 3.3% per annum at 0 cents a kwh not counting the costs of repair, insurance, the inverter, any fees to the utility for net metering if any etc. You would be better off putting $9,65 into a mutual fund until better technology or government incentives came along, in some areas, the government subsidies can make it worth your while. Also, keep in mind that in many areas, the net metering arrangements only deducts the power you've generated from your bill so you would want to size the array to meet your base usage in order to get the most from your investments. So meeting your actual needs would result in a loss on the return as there will be months where your usage is less than your average. In theory, if you put $7,208.69 into a mutual fund expected to return 4.4% per annum then you could withdraw enough to pay each month's power bill for 25 years at $0.0 a kwh and therefore be self sufficient through financial means. You would get more mileage focusing on heating and hot water as heating and hot water is 75% of a home's energy use and can be addressed with lower cost technologies like passive solar and solar thermal panels. You have to put it into perspective, it's an investment and you want a return that's competitive with your investment opportunities.
Q:Numbers behind Solar Panels?
For comparison, 36 of these make a normal 2V x 50W panel. Note they are not tabbed. This means you have to find a way to connect them yourself. The tabs are probably spot welded on by the suppliers. A supplier below has kits of these with tabs, as needed to connect them together. These are not suitable for grid connect, because the higher voltage needed makes do it yourself panels a dangerous and litigious thing to have on your roof. Maybe you could buy a smaller pack from the link below to compare tabbed and untabbed and work out what to do. Your power calculation is a bit incorrect because the sun is only present some of the time. The 36 cell module would produce 50W when square on to the full sun. The sun may be out for around 2h a day in some places and times of the year. However it is the equivalent of 5h full sun, because of the changing angle throughout the day. Look this up on the internet for your region. Temperate zones may be a lot less. One pack in your link is 36x3 = 08 cells. Thus 50W per pack x 5h a day gives 750Wh per day and 274KWh/y. In reality it will always be less because of regions, weather, clouds, dust, inefficiencies, aging of cells.
Q:Powering my house with solar panels?
My friend has a system with 6 Panels, I think about 6 large batteries (Like Golf Cart Battery), a 5 KW Generator. It also has all the electronic controllers and monitors. He has about $30,000-$35,000 in his system. It does pretty good except it will not support air conditioning or heat without running the generator which is expensive. He has some niehbors that have air conditiong, but they use a gas / ammonia cycle for that. Caution, even with these systems they must be very careful with power usage, or they must run generators. They are located in the Sonoran desert where the sun shines just about every day so it is the very best of conditions. Based on this, I would say a system that would match the average household usage would cost around $80,000 or more, and would need a huge roof or large open area facing south. Probably not practicle, but possible.
Q:Solar panel charging question?
Most solar panels have something called a charge controller on them. This prevents electricity from going backwards from the battery to the panel. Solar panels are rated at 2V but they do put out a little more than that during full sun operation. You didn't specify the size of your battery but it really doesn't matter. It comes down to your consumption of power. If you are only charging the RV battery so it maintains a charge when you don't use it very much, a 5 watt panel is fine. It will charge the battery and keep the small drains on the battery from making it go dead ( the clock radio, the theft deterrent system, etc use power even when RV is off) But if you are using the battery to run things when you are parked, you probably don't have a big enough panel. If you use a 30watt fluorescent light and a 00 watt laptop, you need 30 watts of power saved up every hour in your battery and that's with no inefficiencies. So if your panel puts out 5 watts an hour and you are using 30 watts an hour, you need 30 watts/ 5 watts = 9 hours minimum of charge time to run your stuff for just one hour. You probably need a panel of around a 00 watts to get any meaningful use of your battery. Plus, you never want to run your battery to full drain because it ruins the plates inside the battery. Watts = volts x amps. If you have 2 volts panels, you would charge at 8 amps with a 00 watt panel. This is a good charge rate. Any more than this and you risk warping the plates with too much heat.
Q:Generator for solar panels....?
There is now a completely portable (and ultra-high efficient) solar power generator which produces up to 800 watts of household electricity on demand when you need it most. News of this solar backup generator (it's the first off-the-grid breakthrough in 50 years) is spreading like wildfire all across the country!
Q:Why are solar panels so expensive?
The only way I know of is to invest the money in the stock market. Most savings accounts only pay 3% intrest. While stocks float and if you don't know what you are doing you will never make as much money as you could save on your electric bill. Then the fact that you have to pay the electric bill out of the money. In the end you rented electric and can never get your money back. You can always sell the solar electric system and get your money back plus a profit. Not many people live in the same house even 20 years so it will sell. Toss the coin. It is what ever is best for you.
Q:How many LED's can power a solar panel?
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Q:Should I buy solar panels?
I've done some research in this category, and I came to the conclusion that solar panels are simply too expensive to utilize effectively (at least for me). I was looking into buying them for my house, but I realized how expensive it would be and how little it would help. Maybe for a business it is more reasonable to do, I'm not sure. Either way I wish you luck in your decision, make sure you do your homework and find out everything you can before you go out and buy them. Personally I think if you have a lot of debt, you should try to start paying it down and get it done with. That is just my opinion, I have been studying businesses and economics for years and I believe that the strongest companies have strong balance sheets.
Q:I would like some info on Solar panels and Wind Generators...please?
The best sort of solar panel for $ to energy is the hot water type that use a vacuum tube system to heat your water. This saves you money on heating water and is relatively cheap to install compared to other things like wind or PV solar. I'm not too sure about where you live (I'm in the westcountry of the UK where wind energy IS viable... but usually it isn't). The best sort of Photo voltaic solar panel (that makes electricity)is still expensive yet very reliable as they only need photons to fall on them not neccessarily full sunshine and they are improving all the time. It depends on the pitch of your roof as to whether snow settles on them. One can have a system that sells power back to the national grid and then you buy what you need with a discount for what you produce. Obviously if you can afford enough panels one could even make a profit. Or you can go self-sufficient, but then you need batteries and an inverter to convert your 2 volt battery output back to 20 volts or whatever you use (it's 240 volts in the UK). Then it's a matter of how efficient your batteries are in amp hours. Dry mainainence free deep cycle batteries are best for this job and quite expensive still. Wind generators are only really practical if you can mount them high enough from the ground to where there is more constant wind. As I said that depends where you live and the prevailing winds. The very small ones are basically useless except for emergency lighting or something, so one needs a fairly large turbine to produce enough power for a modern home so planning restrictions should be considered when going down this road. For now, solar power is definitely the way to go, even as far North on this planet as Canada and the UK. Good luck. Once you have the system it's basically FREE energy!

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