Power Profile of a typical Solar Panel
A typical solar PV panel made with 25 solar cells each giving 4 Watts of Peak Power under standard sunshine conditions can yield upto 100 Watts of Peak Power at Noon and will be close to 0 Watts around both sunrise and sunset. In the absence of any external tracking system to follow the Sun, such a panel can generate a total of upto 200 Watt Hours over 12 hours of sunshine.
Unlike typical solar PV panels, SRS panels incorporate a Collector/Concentrator top layer as shown below. This layer enhances the overall efficiency of the panel by 25% to 40% depending upon the Sun's position in the sky. On top of that, the semi automatic tracking arrangement built-in our Collector/Concentrator top layer will increase the total accumulated solar power by more than 60% during a typical sunshine for about 10 hours compared to a conventional solar PV panel. Tests done in both North America and South Asia have conclusively shown this power enhancement with convincing repeatability.
Our SRS solar PV panel made with 25 solar cells each giving 4 Watts of Peak Power under standard sunshine conditions can yield ~125-140 Watts of Peak Power at Noon and can still yield substantial amount of Power even around sunrise and sunset due to its Collector/ Concentrator panel arrangement. Even without any external tracking system to follow the Sun, with its internally built-in semi automatic tracking our SRS panel can generate a total of upto 320 Watt Hours over 12 hours of sunshine.
Sample section of our SRS Solar Panel
Sample section of a typical Solar Panel
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With our extensive knowledge in semiconductor and optical designs we have produced a semi concentrated Photo Voltaic solar panel with an efficiency of 25% to 35% which is considerably higher than typical conventional solar PV panels which yield an efficiency of about 15-18%. Our collector concentrator systems also provides semi automatic tracking of the Sun as its position in the sky changes during the day.
Power Profile of our SRS Solar Panel
At Sun Ray Systems (SRS) we continuosly strive hard to enhance the efficiency of the conventional Solar Photo Voltaic (PV) Systems by improving the physical characteristics of the collector system to generate more PV current per square foot. This semi Concentrated PV (sCPV) system approach offers the most economical systems by optimizing the cost of generating Solar PV energy.