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HSM200-240W(48) | Monocrystalline Solar PV Panels

HSM200-240W(48) | Monocrystalline Solar PV Panels

HSM series modules|200W,210W,220W,230W,240W consisit of mono-crystalline high efficient silicon cell,which are individually charecterized and electronically matched before interconnection and laminated with toughened glass,EVA&Backsheet of high quality.After assembled with anodized aluminum alloy frame,cable and junction box with MC4 connectors,HYBSUN solar modules can be installed easily and work for a long period.At the same time,they can withstand the storm,strong wind and hail impact.

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    Application

    The Solar panels can be used to power loads in homes or commercial buildings, recreational vehicles and boats, remote cabins, cottages, or homes, remote traffic controls, telecommunications equipment, oil and gas flow monitoring, RTU, SCADA, and much more. 

    Advantage:

    HSM series modules consist of mono-crystalline high efficient silicon cells,which are individually characterized and electronically matched before interconnection and laminated with toughened glass,EVA&Backsheet of high quality. After assembled with anodized aluminum alloy frame,cable and junction box with MC4 connectors,HSM solar modules can be installed easily and work for a long period.At the same time,they can withstand the storm,strong wind and hail impact,etc. 

    
    

    • What Is A Solar Panel?

      Solar energy begins with the sun. Solar panels (also known as "PV panels") are used to convert light from the sun, which is composed of particles of energy called "photons", into electricity that can be used to power electrical loads.  

    • How Do Solar Panels Work?

      Solar panels collect clean renewable energy in the form of sunlight and convert that light into electricity which can then be used to provide power for electrical loads. Solar panels are comprised of several individual solar cells which are themselves composed of layers of silicon, phosphorous (which provides the negative charge), and boron (which provides the positive charge). Solar panels absorb the photons and in doing so initiate an electric current. The resulting energy generated from photons striking the surface of the solar panel allows electrons to be knocked out of their atomic orbits and released into the electric field generated by the solar cells which then pull these free electrons into a directional current. This entire process is known as the Photovoltaic Effect. An average home has more than enough roof area for the necessary number of solar panels to produce enough solar electricrity to supply all of its power needs excess electricity generated goes onto the main power grid, paying off in electricity use at night.

    • The Benefits of Solar Panels

      Using solar panels is a very practical way to produce electricity for many applications. The obvious would have to be off-grid living. Living off-grid means living in a location that is not serviced by the main electric utility grid. Remote homes and cabins benefit nicely from solar power systems. No longer is it necessary to pay huge fees for the installation of electric utility poles and cabling from the nearest main grid access point. A solar electric system is potentially less expensive and can provide power for upwards of three decades if properly maintained. Besides the fact that solar panels make it possible to live off-grid, perhaps the greatest benefit that you would enjoy from the use of solar power is that it is both a clean and a renewable source of energy. With the advent of global climate change, it has become more important that we do whatever we can to reduce the pressure on our atmosphere from the emission of greenhouse gases. Solar panels have no moving parts and require little maintenance. They are ruggedly built and last for decades when porperly maintained.  

    • The Angle of the Solar Panels

      For optimum efficiency your solar panels should sit between 30°-60° from horizontal (flat). This means that if you have a flat roof, you should consider an angled mounting bracket to ensure your panels see the maximum amount of sunlight. The optimum angle does change depending on the time of year. During the winter months when the sun is lower in the sky it may more more efficient for your solar panels to be placed at around 60°. In the Summer when the sun is high they might be more optimal at 30°. In order to maximize solar output from the angle of the sun, you could invest in an adjustable mounting bracket. However, the difference is not vast and you will still see enough output from your panels if they remain at the same angle all year.  

    • What Are the Best Conditions for Generating Solar Energy?

      A clear, bright day is the best weather condition for optimal solar panel output. On a clear, non-cloudy day the panels receive the maximum amount of light possible. As solar panels run off light and not heat, it does not have to be a particularly warm day for the panels to work well. Wind and rain do not affect the output of solar panels and can actually help to keep them clean and free of debris. Cloudy days are the least optimal for producing solar power. However, even on very cloudy days your panels can still potentially produce up to a third of their maximum output.

    • How long is the warranty of HYBSUN Solar panels?

      Manufacturing:10 years  

    • What is the standard delivery time?

      HYBSUN always insists to provide best service,the delivery time is about 2 weeks  

    • Where is the loading port?

      HYBSUN could according your demand to select the loading port,Normally we choose Ningbo port.  

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