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Nano Solar India produces the high efficient solar panels which generate more energy over the lifetime of your system than other panels. Our panels convert greatest percentage of sunlight into energy. So that, you can make the most of your roof space to produce significantly more electricity.
Solar panels convert light into electricity. The most potent source of light available is the Sun, called Sol by astronomers, so they are called “solar” panels. Sometimes it can be called as photovoltaic which means, basically, “light-electricity.” The collection of solar cells is called as solar panels. The electricity production depends upon the amount of light which hits the solar cells. The interesting thing is spacecraft are usually designed by solar cells
Solar Panel is the collection of several individual solar cells (Energy Particles called Photons) which converts the sunlight into electricity. This Conversion is due to the photovoltaic effect. This Solar Panel is also called as photovoltaic panel or photovoltaic module. The nominal output voltage of a solar panel is usually 12 Volts and output watts are 100 to 320 watts.The number and size of Solar Panel required is determined by the available light and the amount of energy required. Solar panel arrays can be sized to meet the most demanding electrical load requirements. These Solar Panels are need to be mounted on the roof, ground and where the sunlight is directly available.
The current obtained from the Solar Panels called DC power which are not directly used to the home appliances. For this purpose, Solar Inverter is used. We can directly use the DC power from the solar panels for some specific applications like cell phone recharger, LED night light.
The Photovoltaics are made out of gallium arsenide (GaAs). Gallium arsenide is made into a cylinder first and then that is sliced into cells. Solar cells are then connected to the rest of the power network. Solar concentrators, made of clear plastic, are placed above them to focus the Sun’s rays.
The photovoltaic panels can produce electricity from a range of frequency of light, this depends upon the construction . Currently the best achieved solar panel efficiency is around 20.1% in new commercial products typically lower than the efficiencies of their cells in isolation. The highly efficient mass-produced solar panels have energy density values of up to 16.22 W/ft2 (175 W/m2).