different types of solar panels
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Solar panels are devices that convert light into electricity. They are called "solar" panels because most of the time, the most powerful source of light available is the Sun, called Sol by astronomers. Some scientists call them photovoltaic’s which means, basically, "light-electricity."
A solar panel is a collection of solar cells. Lots of small solar cells spread over a large area can work together to provide enough energy to be useful. The more light that hits a cell, the more electricity it produces.
The different types of solar panels are
1. Monocrystalline silicon
2. Polycrystalline silicon
Monocrystalline silicon (mono-Si) solar cells made of (single-crystal Si), suggesting a uniform external appearance, and also the most easily identified by the color of high-purity Monocrystalline silicon is also known as single-crystalline silicon.
Monocrystalline silicon ingots for solar cells are cylindrical in shape, are made of. Optimize performance and reduce the cost of a single monocrystalline solar cell, the four sides of the monocrystalline silicon solar panels is characteristic appearance, which wafers are cut from cylindrical ingots.
A good way to separate mono and polycrystalline solar panels is that solar cells polycrystalline look absolutely right rectangular, round without edges. Logo Design.
• Monocrystalline solar panels have the highest efficiency have the highest efficiency, since they are made from higher grade silicon. The efficiency rates of monocrystalline solar panels are typically 15-20%.
• Monocrystalline silicon solar panels are space-efficient. Since these solar cells provide high output power, they also require less space than any other types. Photovoltaic produce four times the amount of electricity, as thin film solar panels.
• Photovoltaic panels live longer. Most solar panel guarantee on 25 years of monocrystalline solar panels.
• Tend to perform better than similarly rated polycrystalline solar panels at low-light conditions.
Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Cells:
Polycrystalline is a short-range order in a crystalline material. The crystalline structure of the grain boundaries between individual crystals is the most ordered units. A single-crystal material (1) has no such boundaries, so that the uniformity of the crystal is complete. Grain boundaries in a polycrystalline material, which reduces the efficiency of a semiconductor device. Used for instance, as Semiconductor materials those are not of the highest quality.
• The process used to polycrystalline silicon is simpler and less cost. The amount of waste material is less than the monocrystalline.
• Polycrystalline solar panels tend to have slightly lower tolerance than monocrystalline solar panels heat. This technically means that perform slightly worse than monocrystalline solar panels at high temperatures. Heat can affect the performance of solar panels and shorten its life. However, this effect is minor, and most homeowners do not need to take this into account.
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Satish is an IT & Management Post Graduate with 10 years’ experience in Project Management, Production, Process Control, and Installation & Commissioning (I&C) of machines world-wide. His core skills lie in Installation, Crisis Management and Customer Relationship Management. Driven by the zeal to do the same work in a different and professional way and serve the customer with a smile always, he looks after the Marketing and Commercial aspects of the company. He also designs and heads the installation team of the Solar division. His commitment to quality work in the most professional way has been largely responsible for bringing the company to the level it is at now, placing it on the brink of greater highs in the future.
Submitted on: 2015-02-14 02:18:43