Solar Cells
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Maximum efficiency Monocrystalline solar cells. Encapsulated with low reflecting water clear epoxy to protect against physical impact and harsh outdoor environments.

 
 
An * indicates a new size. Previous size was SC10072: 90 x 70mm, SC20036: 85 x 85mm, SC20050: 120 x70mm, SC20072: 140 x 90mm

Stock Code
Description
Ampere (mA)
Voltage (V)
Size (mm)
SC10036 Monocrystalline Solar Cell 100 mA 3.6V 60 x 60 mm
SC10050 Monocrystalline Solar Cell 100 mA 5.0V 75 x 60 mm
SC10072 Monocrystalline Solar Cell 100 mA 7.2V 120 x 60 mm*
SC20036 Monocrystalline Solar Cell 200 mA 3.6V 110 x 60 mm*
SC20050 Monocrystalline Solar Cell 200 mA 5.0V 110 x 80 mm*
SC20072 Monocrystalline Solar Cell 200 mA 7.2V 170 x 80 mm*

 

Helpful Tips

Calculating Watts Power [Watt] = Voltage [Volt] x Current [Ampere]

 

Wiring Multiple Solar Panels

Series Wiring

If your application needs a higher voltage supply source, you can wire multiple solar panels in series. You can wire the positive terminal of solar panel #1 to the load, and connecting the negative terminal of solar panel #1 to the positive terminal of solar panel #2. In this wiring, the total voltage delivered to the load will be doubled and the rated current supply will remain the same.

 

Parallel Wiring

 

 

If your application needs more power, you can wire multiple solar panels in parallel. By connecting the positive terminal of solar panel #1 to the postive terminal of solar panel #2, and connecting the negative terminal of solar panel #1 to the negative terminal of solar panel #2, the maximum current that can be delivered to the load will be doubled. The rated voltage will remain the same.

 

Downloads:

 Solar Cells Datasheet