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PET Solar Panel for Car Kits

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    Beijing

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    Long-term effective

  • Last update:

    2019-06-23 00:06

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Huaxu Energy Technology Co.,Ltd
Contactaixin:

huayuanxing(Mr.)  

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telephone:

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Arrea:

Beijing

Address:

Building A3, Yijing Industrial Park, Guangming District, Shenzhen City, Guandong Province

Website:

http://www.solarpowerbanks.com/ http://huayuanxing.esteeemfitness.com/

Product details

Model: SP-155-58P

5V 250mA PET laminated solar panel for solar cars and solar challenges

Specifications

Nominal Peak  Power (Pm)  

1.25W

Maximum Power Voltage(Vmp)

5V

Maximum Power Current(Imp)

250mA

Short  Circuit Current (Isc)

270mA

Open  Circuit Voltage (Voc)

6V

Optimized Cell   Efficiency (ƞ)

20%

Power Tolerance

±5%

Dimensions

155x58x2.8MM

Net Weight

35 Grams

Wires

Short 200mm leads soldered to rear of panels. Ends stripped, twisted and tinned

Standard  Test  Condition

AM1.5 1000W/㎡ 25℃

Processing

PET laminated or ETFE laminated for option


Solar cell model

High efficiency Poly Crystalline 156x156mm solar cell 

Limits

Working  temperature : -40ºC to +80ºC


Warranty 

1 year: Materials and workmanship defects


Applications

Our greatest love is working with international schools from Singapore, South Korea, Japan and Germany.Where we offer teachers and students solar panels materials and support them to create fun and interesting projects. These include solar kits like solar cars and solar boats.

With this small solar panel, students can design and build a model car that’s powered by nothing more than direct sunlight in challenge. That means no batteries or any other energy storage systems.With an ever increasing global push towards reducing greenhouse emissions the challenge provides students with a valuable insight into solar technology, its growing industry and future moving forwards.  

http://www.solarpowerbanks.com/