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we are planing to move out of the grid. we need to operate constantly 2 laptops online - does any one can tell us how much solar panels we shall need to make sure of that?
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How about using Solar Panals to provide the electrical power to separate the H2 from the O? H2 would be fed into the engines carburator like a gas/air mixture ratio, but H2/air mixture ratio instead. How would you control the exact measurements?
It's a great idea, but there are problems. The first is that hydrogen is very difficult to control; it is a small molecule, and very slippery. It is difficult to handle from that perspective; Teflon tape and other common plumbing techniques just don't cut it. Secondly, once you have the hydrogen, you'd have to compress it in order to put it into a cylinder of some sort. This takes electrical power, and in turn is wasteful. Compressed hydrogen storage has is own risks, including hydrogen embrittlement, and the peculiar nature of hydrogen (including having an invisible flame, and a remarkably wide flammable range) makes it quite dangerous. After all, relatively safe products such as propane gas and butane lighters- well-established and very common- are surprisingly dangerous, causing injuries and fatalities each year. In order for something that is more dangerous (hydrogen) to come to market as being a hydrolysis product, either the products will have to be home-made (and therefore more dangerous), or very expensive.
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Solar panels are a collection of photovoltaic cells, that are used to generate electricity, from light. Here is the simple explanation from wikipedia, concerning photovoltaic cells . Photons in sunlight hit the solar panel and are absorbed by semiconducting materials, such as silicon. 2. Electrons (negatively charged) are knocked loose from their atoms, allowing them to flow through the material to produce electricity. The complementary positive charges that are also created (like bubbles) are called holes and flow in the direction opposite of the electrons in a silicon solar panel. 3. An array of solar panels converts solar energy into a usable amount of direct current (DC) electricity. Solar panels are used extensively for power generation in many places, but most space applications (like satellites and spacecraft) use solar panels. If you look at a picture of the current configuration of the International Space Station, the giant wing things are the solar panels.
Yes, solar panels can be installed in areas with frequent power outages. In fact, solar panels can be a great solution for such areas as they generate electricity from sunlight, reducing dependency on the grid. With the addition of energy storage systems, solar panels can provide uninterrupted power supply during outages, making them a reliable and sustainable option.
I have a panel that quot;deep breatheproduces at 4% efficiency, what can it power, It's about 4ft by 2ft
I also doubt your claim of 4% efficiency. That strength solar panel is brand new technology (this year) and is not available in retail sizes yet. You probably got duped by some false marketing... In any case; even assuming you had a 4% solar panel, there are too many things for us to give you an accurate assessment of the power production. Clouds, location on earth, season, angle of the solar panel; these are all things we need to know to calculate it. Odds are it should have the average rate it produces electricity written on the back panel or with the instructions that came with it. I know of no solar panel retailers that do not also offer free installation. You should get your money back or get that free installation (and then you never have to worry about how much power it has, it just gets you what it can).
Solar panels can potentially affect property taxes as they may increase the value of a property. However, the impact on property taxes varies depending on the location and local regulations. In some areas, installing solar panels may qualify homeowners for tax incentives or exemptions, while in others, it may lead to a slight increase in property tax assessments. It is advisable to consult with local authorities or a tax professional to understand the specific implications in a particular area.
I have a cabin that is way out in the middle of no where, it would cost 000's of dollars to get power to it. If I have a 8,000 BTU air conditioner that runs on 25 volts and 5 amps (or 875 watts)How many solar panels will I need to run this during the day, plus charge the batteries to run it all night? How many batteries would I need
Unless you have a good charge controller, the battery will never charge, as a lead acid battery requires 5 volts to charge. Ans you don't tell us the capacity of the battery? Is the solar cell only 5 watts? That is amp if it develops 5 volts. Assuming the solar panel is good for 5 watts and 5 volts, that is only amp. so you are charging the battery with amp and discharging it with 5 amps, so how long you can do that depends on the size of the battery. But it will discharge in at most 5 hours with a large battery, and the solar panel will take several days to charge it up again at amp. The best you will be able to do with that 5 amp load is perhaps hour a day, which is 2 watt-hours. The solar panel will be able put back amp for 2 hours at 5 volts, which is 5 watt-hours, which will give you perhaps 2 watt-hours in the battery. .
when building a solar panel should the diode be on the positive or negative sidelittle more detail i just built a solar panel and im running it to a grid tie converter should i put diodes in if i add another panel or are they only for battery systems?
Bypass diodes would be in parallel with groups of solar cells in a panel. For example, if a module has 72 cells, maybe every 8 cells, there will be a bypass diode. A bypass diode does nothing except salvage some of the energy from the panel if some of the cells are shaded, and others are not. Or, if you have multiple panels in a series string, the bypass diodes allow the other panels in a string to continue to contribute energy when one panel is shaded. Unless you're forced to put the panel(s) where there will be shade during the day, the bypass diode does not matter. Commercial panels all include bypass diodes. Blocking diodes are generally NOT included on commercial panels. If you're going to a grid-tied inverter, you probably don't need one. There are stringent regulations on how panels must be grounded, and whichever side of the panel is grounded should not have a blocking diode. NEC regulations call for a continuous ground to earth. For example, if you have negative ground on your system, the blocking diodes, if any, should go on the positive terminal of the panel. By the way, if you're in the US or Canada, do understand that a home-built panel will not be legal to connect to a grid-tied system. And a grid-tied inverter that plugs into the wall will also be illegal. I'm only saying this because I don't want you to get hurt, or your house to burn down. Line power is nothing to be trifled with.