|Solar Panel:||255W Solar Panel||Load Power (W):||4500W|
|Inverter:||On Grid Pure Sine Wave||Charging Time:||8-10 Housr To Charge The Battery Fully|
|Battery:||12V/12AH SMF Lead Acid Battery||Application:||Buliding|
complete solar power system,
off grid solar power systems
Residential Solar Power Systems On grid 1kw home use solar generation power system
> Sun goes into the panels DC Electricity comes out
> A box of electronics called an Inverter takes the not-very-useful DC electricity and converts it into 240V
AC power that is compatible with our appliances
> Your freshly backed AC electricity goes thru a disconnect switch(just in case)
> Your solar electricity connects into your home’s wiring at your existing fuse-box
> Your friendly utility provides a new “Import/Export” meter to make sure that your new system can export
power when you don’t use it all
|Max power voltage||36.54v||36.88v||36.9V||36.88v||36.9V|
|Max power current||29.74V||29.86V||29.94V||29.86V||29.94V|
|Open circuit voltage||8.96A||9.2A||9.35A||9.72A||9.99A|
|Short circuit current||8.3A||8.5A||8.66A||8.98A||9.33A|
|Standard Test Conditions (STC): Irradiance 1000W/m2, Module temperature 25℃? Air Mass (AM)=1.5|
|Nominal Operating Cell Temperatur||45 ± 2℃|
|Temperature coefficients of Isc||+0.049% /℃|
|Temperature coefficients of Voc||-0.340% /℃|
|Temperature coefficients of Pmax||-0.430% /℃|
|Solar Cell||Poly solar cells 156x156 mm|
|Front Cover||3.2 mm thick, tempered glass|
|Back Cover||TPT (Tedlar-PET-Tedlar)|
|Encapsulant||EVA (ethylene vinyl acetate)|
|Frame||Double-layer anodized aluminium alloy|
|Junction Box||IP65 rated|
|Maximum System Voltage||DC1000V (IEC)|
|Maximum Series Fuse||15 A|
|Max. Wind Load / Max. Snow Load||2400Pa / 5400Pa|
|Application Class||Class A|
|Packing configuration||Carton.Customers packing requirement is acceptable.|
The Micro-grid Dream House
Today’s green technology can turn your home into a mini-power plant: Use what you can, sell the rest to the
grid--and take power from the grid when you need it.
Solar panels: A 400watt, 3-foot-by-5-foot panel made by Sunset sells on Amazon for $3000. The average home would need at least 10 to meet its energy need.
Micro-wind turbine: The Sky-stream model from Southwest Wind-power delivers 2.4killowatts-up to 90% of
the average home’s use-for $12,000 to $18,000, installed.
Insulation: A typical home can cut 25% to 50% of energy use through simple weather proofing and from
Time switch: A switch attached to a timer directs the power from the solar panels to batteries or onto the
grid. During the peak hours of noon to 2 p.m.. When power is most expensive, the house runs off the
Batteries: Though not essential for a grid-connected system, battery storage allows more flexibility to go on
or off grid.
Smart meter: A commercial time-of-day electric meter shows the varying price of electricity, so the owner
can use less and sell more during peak hours.
Electric car: By next year, this power system could include a plug-in hybrid vehicle. The car battery can
serve as additional backup storage for the home and the grid.
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