100W mono crystalline silicon solar panel under test conditions

- Jan 17, 2019-

A monocrystalline solar panel is a device that directly or indirectly converts solar radiation into electrical energy by photoelectric effect or photochemical effect by absorbing sunlight. The main material of most mono solar modules is “silicon”. The main function of crystalline solar panels is to generate electricity. The storage capacity of single crystal solar panel applications depends on the quality of the photovoltaic wafers. Good quality mono-crystalline solar cells can provide benefits and realize the conversion of solar energy to electrical energy. It can be fully charged in a short time.


Basic properties of monocrystalline solar panels:


Standard size: length 1050mm width 540mm thickness 3.0mm


Working voltage: 18V Working current: 5900ma


Conversion efficiency: 20-24.2% Rated power: 100W


Mono solar panel test conditions:


(1) Since the output power of the photovoltaic panel depends on factors such as solar irradiance and solar panel temperature, the solar panel is measured under standard conditions (STC). The standard conditions are defined as: air quality AM1.5, light intensity 1000W /m2, temperature 25 ° C


(2) Under this condition, the maximum power output by the solar panel is called peak power. In many cases, the peak power of the component is usually measured by a solar simulator.


The main factors affecting the output performance of single crystal solar panels are as follows:


1) Load impedance


2) Sunshine intensity


3) Temperature


4) Shadow


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