How Does Affordable Solar Power from DIY Renewable Energy Companies Work | Facts

Product Details

Model:HQ150P

Size: 1482*676*35mm
Weight: 10.5Kg

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Electrical Characteristics

Item No.

HQ150P-150W

Optimum Operating Voltage (Vmp)

18.2V

Optimum Operating Current (Imp)

8.23A

Open Circuit Voltage (Voc)

22.5V

Short Circuit Current (Isc)

8.57A

Maximum Power at STC (Pmax)

150W

Cell Efficiency

16.46%

Operating Module Temperature

-40 °C to +85 °C

Maximum System Voltage

1000 V DC (IEC) / 600V DC (UL)

Maximum Series Fuse Rating

10A

Power Tolerance

0/+5 %

STC: lrradiance 1000 W/m2, module temperature 25 °C, AM=1.5;
Best in Class AAA solar simulator (IEC 60904-9) used, power measurement uncertainty is within +/- 3%

Mechanical Characteristics

Solar Cell

Poly-crystalline sillicon 156*156mm( 6 inches)

No. of Cells

36(4 x9)

Dimensions

1480x670x30 mm

Weight

9.8kgs

Front

Glass 4.0 mm tempered glass

Frame

Anodized aluminium alloy

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Temperature Characteristics

Nominal Operating Cell Temperature (NOCT)

45±2°C

Temperature Coefficient of Pmax

-0.44 %/°C

Temperature Coefficient of Voc

-0.33 %/°C

Temperature Coefficient of Isc

0.055 %/°C

If you’ve ever considered installing a home solar electric system and generating your electricity with free, renewable energy, now’s a great time to look at your options. In recent years, prices for solar systems have plummeted thanks to increased demand, mass production and intense competition among manufacturers. Generous government financial incentives for solar power have reduced the cost for homeowners even further, making a home solar electric system more affordable than it’s ever been.

Because the source of energy — sunlight — is free, the cost of solar power equates to the cost of your solar electric system spread over the lifetime of the system you buy — easily 30 years or more. As a rule, solar incentives for homeowners reduce the system cost by 30 to 50 percent. Incentives for businesses can lower the cost by 50 to 75 percent! However, even without incentives, the lifetime cost of solar electricity is now frequently cost-competitive with the cost of electricity from your local utility. In some places with relatively high costs for utility electricity unsubsidized solar is already cheaper than utility rates.


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How Solar Power Works

As the name implies, solar electric — or photovoltaic (PV) — systems convert sunlight energy to electricity. This transformation occurs in solar modules, typically referred to as panels. Each module consists of numerous solar cells, which are usually made of silicon. They produce electricity when incoming solar radiation knocks electrons from the silicon atoms out of their orbits around their nuclei. These electrons flow to the surface of the cell where they are drawn off by tiny silver contacts.


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