This 180 watt solar panel that is from BougeRV let you be producing your own electricity. Use it for a variety of applications. Make it your first step to become independent from the big electricity suppliers.
You will do the right thing if you invest in a 180 watt solar module. No need to do it all at once, but this could be the beginning of big savings.
You can quickly set it up and start generating cheaper electricity.
A BougeRV 180 Watt 12 volt Monocrystalline panel with solar cells that come with a high percentage of efficiency. It maintains high module conversion efficiency and provides long-term output reliability.
It is good for commercial as well as residential purposes. You can apply this 180 watt solar panel for on- and off grid necessities.
The measurements are 26.38 X 58.27 X 1.38 inch, and the cabling is about 3ft long.
IRP65 rated junction box with MC4 Comparable connectors and built-in blocking diodes for prevention of reversed flow of current.
Maximum Syst Volts:
Open-Circuit Volts (Voc):
Optimum Operating Volts(Vmp):
Optimum Operating Amps (Imp):
Short-Circuit Ampere (Isc):
600V DC (UL).
Any large or small off-grid solar power stations.
Residential roof-top and ground systems for off-grid uses.
Commercial/industrial building roof-top and ground systems for off-grid uses.
26.38 X 58.27 X 1.38 inches.
The BougeRV 180-Watt Monocrystalline PV Solar Panel generates free electricity. As soon as you direct it to the sun it is in operation.
The module delivers DC volts. You need a charge controller for protection when charging a battery.
If you have a 6 hour period of sunlight for a day it will produce 6 X 180 = 1080 watt per day.
To make the 180 watt solar panels fully operational we need a charge controller, battery and an inverter.
Size the charge controller by dividing max watts per hour by total volts.
This is 180/12 = 15 Ampere
Add 25% for safety and you get 15 X 1.25 = a 18.75 Amp charge controller.
A 20 Amp charge controller will be a good choice.
Size the battery by dividing the total watt by volts.
This is 180 watt x 6 hours sunlight ( Depending on your area.) X .85 for losses/ 12 volt x 2 for DOD.
This is 180 x 6 x .85 / 12 x 2 = 153 Amp Hours .
A 160 Ah battery will be a good choice.
Size the inverter by deciding the max watts to be utilized at once.
The max output of the panel is 180 watt.
Rule of thumb is to use an inverter 1.25 to 1.5 times more than max watts.
In this case we can work with a 180 x 1.5 = 270. A 300 watt inverter will be a good choice.
Remember there are four key considerations when you check solar panel quality. This is efficiency, warranty, performance, and price.
When you buy you only get the panel with the leads and nothing else.
You need a 12volt deep cycle battery. You also need a charge controller and a power inverter to get your power system going.
The 180 watt solar panel is of high quality.
Panels are well constructed and produce voltage and current as rated and expected.