|Place of Origin:||zhejiang Pr. China|
|Brand Name:||OLLIN PV|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 piece/unit|
|Packaging Details:||20PC per carton,|
|Supply Ability:||23000PCS PER WEEK|
|Material:||Polycrystalline Silicon||Color:||Dark Blue|
|Dimension:||670*430*25mm||Front Glass:||3.2mm High Transmissiontempered Glass|
|Frame:||Anodized Aluninium Alloy||Connecter:||DC Or Alligator Clip|
40Watt PV Solar Panels Aluninium frame charging for solar tracking device Solar camping light garden or fish pond
Peak Power (Pmax):40W
Short Circuit current (Isc): 2.32A
Open circuit voltage (Voc): 23.49V
Optimum operating current (Imp): 2.13A
Optimum power voltage (Vmp): 18.8V
All technical data at STC
Test condition:1000W/m², AM1.5,25?
Small household lighting system.
Water Pump in backyard, garden or fish pond.
Portable solar power.
Boat, marine, car, RV.
All small power electrical devices & small PV system.
|Rated Maximum Power at STC||35W||40W||45W||60W|
|Maximum Power Voltage (Vmp)||17.4V||17.6V||17.5V||17.8V|
|Maximum Power Current (Imp)||2.59A||2.86A||3.14A||3.37A|
|Open Circuit Voltage ( Voc)||21.8V||22.1V||22.1V||22.4V|
|Short Circuit Current (Isc)||2.84A||3.09A||3.45A||3.68A|
|STC: Irradiance 1000W/m², Module Temperature 25°c, Air Mass 1.5|
|Cell Type||Poly-crystalline 156x156mm (6inch)|
|No. of Cells||36 (4x9)|
|Glass||3.2mm, High Transmission, Low Iron, Tempered Glass|
|Junction Box||IP65&IP67 Rated|
|Output Cable||Section Size: 2.5mm²|
|Frame||Anodized Aluminum Alloy|
|No. of Bypass Diodes||2|
|Maximum System Voltage||DC 1000V(IEC) / 1500V(IEC) / 600V(UL)|
|Maximum Series Fuse||15A|
|Application Class||Class A|
|Temperature Coefficient of Pmax||-0.41%/°c|
|Temperature Coefficient of Voc||-0.31%/°c|
|Temperature Coefficient of Isc||+0.06%/°c|
How Does a Solar Panel System Work?
Here’s an example of how a home solar energy installation works. First, sunlight hits a solar panel on the
roof. The panels convert the energy to DC current, which flows to an inverter. The inverter converts the
electricity from DC to AC, which you can then use to power your home. It’s beautifully simple and clean, and
it’s getting more efficient and affordable all the time.
However, what happens if you’re not home to use the electricity your solar panels are generating every
sunny day? And what happens at night when your solar system is not generating power in real time? Don’t
worry, you still benefit through a system called “net metering.”
A typical grid-tied PV system, during peak daylight hours, frequently produces more energy than one
customer needs, so that excess energy is fed back into the grid for use elsewhere. The customer gets
credit for the excess energy produced, and can use that credit to draw from the conventional grid at night or
on cloudy days. A net meter records the energy sent compared to the energy received from the grid.