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5 Watt Monocrystalline Solar Panels

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Place of Origin: Guangdong, China
Brand Name: Prostar or OEM
Certification: CE, RoHS, ISO9001, ISO14001
Model Number: PMS5W
MOQ: 10 Piece/Pieces
Price: US $ 1 - 10,000 / Piece
Packaging Details: Standard Export Carton Package. The Safest Transportation Package
Delivery Time: 15~20 days for Routine machine, Once received deposit
Payment Terms: T/T or L/C. 30% deposit before production, 70% balance before shipment.
Supply Ability: 88000 Piece/Pieces per Month
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5 Watt Monocrystalline Solar Panels

5 Watt Monocrystalline Solar Panels

Mono-crystalline solar cells are cut from a chunk of silicon that has been grown from a single crystal. These cells are used in high quality solar panels and are very efficient in converting the sunlight into electricity. Monocrystalline solar panels produce the same power as a polycrystalline solar panel, however the cells of a monocrystaline solar panel tend to have a uniform appearance.

Monocrystalline solar cells are made out of silicon ingots, which are cylindrical in shape. To optimize performance and lower costs of a single monocrystalline solar cell, four sides are cut out of the cylindrical ingots to make silicon wafers, which is what gives monocrystalline solar panels their characteristic look.

Tend to perform better than similarly rated polycrystalline solar panels at low-light conditions.

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5 Watt Monocrystalline Solar Panels


Product Features

1. Higher Energy yield:

  • Outstanding performance at low irradiance
  • Maximum energy yield at low NOCT(dirty effect)
  • Improved energy production through reduced cell series resistance
  • IP67 junction box available long-term weather endurance

2. Highest efficiency rates

Since Monocrystalline solar panels made out of the highest-grade silicon. The efficiency rates of monocrystalline solar panels are typically 15-20%.

3. Increased system reliability:

  • Enhanced system performance stability with PID resistant technology
  • Long term system reliability with IP67 junction box
  • Enhanced system reliability in extreme temperature environment with special cell level stress release technology

4. Space-efficient

Since these solar panels yield the highest power outputs, they also require the least amount of space compared to any other types. Monocrystalline solar panels produce up to four times the amount of electricity as thin-film solar panels.

5. Extra value to customers:

  • Positive power tolerance up to 5w
  • Stronger 40mm robust frame to hold 5400pa load
  • Salt mist, ammonia and blowing sand resistance apply
  • To seaside, farm and desert environment
  • 25 years linear performance warranty

Technical Specification

Mode

PMS5W

Material

Mono-Crystalline Silicon

Peak Power

5Wp

Peak Current

0.27A

Peak Voltage

18V

Short Circuit Current

0.29A

Open Circuit Voltage

22.8V

Chip Quantity

36

Size(mm)

Length

180

Width

180

Thickness

17

Weight (Kg)

0.4


Warranty

PM is not less than 90% in 10Years and 80% in 20Years.

Payment Terms

Terms of payment is T/T or L/C. 30% deposit before production, 70% balance before shipment.

Solar Panel Maintenance

Solar panel conversion efficiency, typically in the 20 percent range, is reduced by dust, grime, pollen, and other particulates that accumulate on the solar panel.
For non-self-cleaning solar arrays, regular cleaning from a professional window washing company or by individuals can be performed on a regular schedule. "Solar panels are similar to the windows in your car, home or business. They get dirty from rain, dust, pollen, soot, smog, auto emissions, chimney ashes, bird droppings, leaves and other environmental debris. This dirt and debris blocks sunlight from being absorbed into the panels, decreasing their efficiency. The result is less energy for use in your business or for sale to your utility company."

FAQ

Q: What is photovoltaics (solar electricity) or "PV"?
A: What do we mean by photovoltaics? The word itself helps to explain how photovoltaic (PV) or solar electric technologies work. First used in about 1890, the word has two parts: photo, a stem derived from the Greek phos, which means light, and volt, a measurement unit named for Alessandro Volta (1745-1827), a pioneer in the study of electricity. So, photovoltaics could literally be translated as light-electricity. And that's just what photovoltaic materials and devices do; they convert light energy to electricity, as Edmond Becquerel and others discovered in the 18th Century.
Q: How can we get electricity from the sun?
A: When certain semiconducting materials, such as certain kinds of silicon, are exposed to sunlight, they release small amounts of electricity. This process is known as the photoelectric effect. The photoelectric effect refers to the emission, or ejection, of electrons from the surface of a metal in response to light. It is the basic physical process in which a solar electric or photovoltaic (PV) cell converts sunlight to electricity.
Sunlight is made up of photons, or particles of solar energy. Photons contain various amounts of energy, corresponding to the different wavelengths of the solar spectrum. When photons strike a PV cell, they may be reflected or absorbed, or they may pass right through. Only the absorbed photons generate electricity. When this happens, the energy of the photon is transferred to an electron in an atom of the PV cell (which is actually a semiconductor).
With its newfound energy, the electron escapes from its normal position in an atom of the semiconductor material and becomes part of the current in an electrical circuit. By leaving its position, the electron causes a hole to form. Special electrical properties of the PV cell—a built-in electric field—provide the voltage needed to drive the current through an external load (such as a light bulb).
Q: What are the components of a photovoltaic (PV) system?
A: A PV system is made up of different components. These include PV modules (groups of PV cells), which are commonly called PV panels; one or more batteries; a charge regulator or controller for a stand-alone system; an inverter for a utility-grid-connected system and when alternating current (ac) rather than direct current (dc) is required; wiring; and mounting hardware or a framework.
Q: How long do photovoltaic (PV) systems last?
A: A PV system that is designed, installed, and maintained well will operate for more than 20 years. The basic PV module (interconnected, enclosed panel of PV cells) has no moving parts and can last more than 30 years. The best way to ensure and extend the life and effectiveness of your PV system is by having it installed and maintained properly. Experience has shown that most problems occur because of poor or sloppy system installation.
Q: What's the difference between PV and other solar energy technologies?
A: There are four main types of solar energy technologies:
1. Photovoltaic (PV) systems, which convert sunlight directly to electricity by means of PV cells made of semiconductor materials.
2. Concentrating solar power (CSP) systems, which concentrate the sun's energy using reflective devices such as troughs or mirror panels to produce heat that is then used to generate electricity.
3. Solar water heating systems, which contain a solar collector that faces the sun and either heats water directly or heats a "working fluid" that, in turn, is used to heat water.
4. Transpired solar collectors, or "solar walls," which use solar energy to preheat ventilation air for a building.
Q: Can I use photovoltaics (PV) to power my home?
A: PV can be used to power your entire home's electrical systems, including lights, cooling systems, and appliances. PV systems today can be blended easily into both traditional and nontraditional homes. The most common practice is to mount modules onto a south-facing roof or wall. For an additional aesthetic appeal, some modules resemble traditional roof shingles
Q: Can I use photovoltaics (PV) to power my business?
A: PV systems can be blended into virtually every conceivable structure for commercial buildings. You will find PV being used outdoors for security lighting as well as in structures that serve as covers for parking lots and bus shelters, generating power at the same time.
Q: How do I know if I have enough sunlight for PV?
A: A photovoltaic (PV) system needs unobstructed access to the sun's rays for most or all of the day. Shading on the system can significantly reduce energy output. Climate is not really a concern, because PV systems are relatively unaffected by severe weather. In fact, some PV modules actually work better in colder weather. Most PV modules are angled to catch the sun's rays, so any snow that collects on them usually melts quickly. There is enough sunlight to make solar energy systems useful and effective nearly everywhere in California.
Q: How big a solar energy system do I need?
A: The size of solar system you need depends on several factors such as how much electricity or hot water or space heat you use, how, the size of your roof, and how much you're willing to invest. Also, do you want the system to supply your complete energy usage or to supplant a portion of your higher cost energy usage? You can contact a system designer/installer to determine what type of system would suit your needs.
Q: Why should I purchase a PV system?
A: People decide to buy solar energy systems for a variety of reasons. For example, some individuals buy solar products to preserve the Earth's finite fossil-fuel resources and to reduce air pollution. Others would rather spend their money on an energy-producing improvement to their property than send their money to a utility. Some people like the security of reducing the amount of electricity they buy from their utility, because it makes them less vulnerable to future increases in the price of electricity.
If it's designed correctly, a solar system might be able to provide power during a utility power outage, thereby adding power reliability to your home. Finally, some individuals live in areas where the cost of extending power lines to their home is more expensive than buying a solar energy system.
Q: How is a solar electric system designed, installed, and maintained?
A: You could install a photovoltaic (PV) or solar electric system yourself. But to avoid complications or injury, you will probably want to hire a reputable professional contractor with experience in installing solar systems. PV systems have few moving parts, so they require little maintenance. The components are designed to meet strict dependability and durability standards so they can stand up to the elements. However, they are fairly sophisticated electric systems, so installation usually requires the knowledge and experience of a licensed electrical equipment contractor.
Q: Where can I find someone who designs, installs, and maintains photovoltaic (PV) systems?
A: We suggest you look for a PV installer or equipment provider in the telephone directory under "Solar Energy Equipment and Systems Dealers."
It is a good idea select a designer or installer of solar energy systems from the list in your local yellow pages by first asking for information from several of them about their experience with PV systems as well as how much their services and products cost. With a system designer, you can discuss power requirements or hot water needs for your building, sunlight availability, and other important factors, and determine the type of system that's needed to meet your needs. System designers and installers should be able to provide you with cost estimates and other pertinent information.
If your house is not yet designed or built, it is important to make the building as energy efficient as possible to reduce your PV system's energy requirements.
Q: How much does a solar energy system cost, and how much will I save on utility bills?
A: Some of the following documents are available as Adobe Acrobat PDFs. Download Acrobat Reader.
Unfortunately, there is no single or simple answer. But a solar rebate and other incentives can reduce the cost of a PV system. This cost depends on a number of factors, such as whether it is a stand-alone system or is integrated into the building design, the size of the system, and the particular system manufacturer, retailer, and installer. For solar water heaters and space heaters, you also have to consider the price of the fuel used to back up the system. In most cases, you would have to add the cost of natural gas or electricity to get a more accurate estimate of how much you can expect to pay for a solar energy system.
It is also difficult to say how much you will save with a solar energy system, because savings depend on how much you pay your utility for electricity or natural gas, and how much your utility will pay you for any excess power that you generate with your solar system. You can ask your solar system provider how much your new system will produce on an annual basis and compare that number to your annual electricity or hot water demand to get an idea of how much you will save.
Q: What is net metering? Is net metering available where I live and work?
A: Net metering is a policy that allows homeowners to receive the full retail value for the electricity that their solar energy system produces. The term net metering refers to the method of accounting for the photovoltaic (PV) system's electricity production. Net metering allows homeowners with PV systems to use any excess electricity they produce to offset their electric bill. As the homeowner's PV system produces electricity, the kilowatts are first used for any electric appliances in the home. If the PV system produces more electricity than the homeowner needs, the extra kilowatts are fed into the utility grid.
Q: What is a solar panel?
A: Solar water heating and solar electric (photovoltaic) systems receive solar energy in rectangular-shaped panels – also known as “collectors”. These solar collector panels are mounted on a building’s roof or ground-mounted in special situations. In solar water heating panels, water is heated by sun energy as it circulates through. Solar electric panels contain the materials that convert sunlight directly into electricity. Solar panels are engineered to operate in very high winds and withstand environmental damages.
Q: How much does a residential solar system cost?
A: The cost of a solar system depends on the size of the system that is built. Systems can be built so they are scalable. It is important to know what size the solar panel system is, how much electricity will be produced, and the price per watt. Each solar system will produce different amounts depending on how good the design is, what shading could reduce the systems daily production, and where the solar panels are on the earth. Each geographical region and even location is going to receive different amounts of sun. After all of this is calculated, then you can make an educated decision on what size of solar panel system you need and want based on your energy demands and budget. Also, renewable incentives help offset the end and overall cost of a PV system.
Q: What happens if there is no sun that day?
A: Lack of sunshine limits the solar energy potential of any solar energy system. However, some of the sun’s solar radiation will penetrate clouds to heat water or generate electricity.
Q: Do I have to angle solar panels at the sun all day long?
A: Solar panels are installed in a fixed arrangement. They typically don’t move to track the sun during its movement through the sky. Mounting the panels to face south at the proper angles enables them to capture and collect the maximum amount of solar energy during the day.
Q: Are all solar panels the same?
A: Aside from the aesthetic differences in solar panels, quality makes a differenece. Solar Technologies offers the most efficient solar panels in the world, generating up to 50% more power than conventional panels, with less degradation from heat. This means more savings using less space at lower costs.

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