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3W Solar Panel 138X160

15 €15.00

Availability: Retired

This is a custom solar panel, which mates directly with many of our development boards and has a high efficiency at 16%. Unit has a clear epoxy coating with hard-board backing. Robust sealing for out door applications!

This Solar panel comes with a  2mm JST connector.

 
Specification
  • PCB size : 138*160*1.5 mm
  • Monolithic : 10.93*156 mm
  • Efficiency : 16%
  • Voltage:5.5V;
  • Current:540mA
  • Power:3W
  • Type:156 Two line;
  • PCB Material : all Glass fiber
  • PCB requirements : positive
  • Quality requirements :
  • flatness less than 0.1mm
  • clean, does not allow to have the scratch
  • take off paint the phenomenon, such as a hole does not allow to have the deviation
  • Note : tolerance Positive and negative 0.1mm
  • Name: PET laminated (138*160)
  • Arrangement:1*11(series)NO spacing posted artical black

Description

This is a custom solar panel, which mates directly with many of our development boards and has a high efficiency at 16%. Unit has a clear epoxy coating with hard-board backing. Robust sealing for out door applications!

This Solar panel comes with a  2mm JST connector.

 
Specification
  • PCB size : 138*160*1.5 mm
  • Monolithic : 10.93*156 mm
  • Efficiency : 16%
  • Voltage:5.5V;
  • Current:540mA
  • Power:3W
  • Type:156 Two line;
  • PCB Material : all Glass fiber
  • PCB requirements : positive
  • Quality requirements :
  • flatness less than 0.1mm
  • clean, does not allow to have the scratch
  • take off paint the phenomenon, such as a hole does not allow to have the deviation
  • Note : tolerance Positive and negative 0.1mm
  • Name: PET laminated (138*160)
  • Arrangement:1*11(series)NO spacing posted artical black

Related Tutorials

Solar Module for Arduino is a small board that can power your Arduino board, to get a totally autonomous outdoor board.

It includes a 3W solar panel that, through the module, provides 5V to your Arduino board, and a 2300 mAh Li-Ion battery. Note:You must charge the battery around 13h. at first time.

If you are interested in Internet of Things (IoT) or M2M projects check our open source sensor platform Waspmote which counts with more than 100 sensors available to use 'off the shelf', a complete API with hundreds of ready to use codes and a low consumption mode of just 0.7µA to ensure years of battery life.

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