Bluebird 150 Watt 12 Volt Polycrystalline Solar Panel
Good Product, looks nice, price is reasonable, strong build quality, yet to complete the installation, shall add more details once installed. I have bought three (Qty : 3 ) 165 Watt - 12 Volt Poly Crystalline Solar Panels.
Recently I purchased 3 Panels. There quality and generation of Power is proper. I used it for my off grid plant for solar battery charging and it is working very properly. Im happy with bluebird panels. Thank You.
Nice product good working solar works in normal lighting
I like this product
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What all can I un on this solar panel ?
Sir, you can run 2 Celing fan, 4 - 5 LED bulbs of 10W each on single Bluebird 150W polycrystalline solar panel
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, solar panels work on cloudy days but generate less power due to low light availability. You can connect batteries with your solar power system to get power during cloudy days. It will offer you power at night.
You can use it to power your fans and LED lights, charge mobile phones and laptops, and solar fencing purposes.
With Bluebird 150W 12V Polycrystalline solar panel you can easily run 1 ceiling fan and 3 LED bulbs of 10W Each and a laptop.
Assuming your battery is 80% discharged and you are not using grid power, So, to fully charge it to 100% with solar power you would need 150W x 2 solar panels.
Yes, Bluebird 150W 12V Polycrystalline solar panel can be converted to AC solar panel / module by connecting a microinverter to this solar panel. This way your solar panel will generate AC power instead of DC power.
10A is sufficient in case you want to use one panel only. For future, in case you plan to buy one more panel, you can buy a 20A Charge controller also. Price difference is very nominal.
It is suggested that you use a 12V inverter with a 12V battery with this solar panel. It is compatible with all inverter and battery brands.
Solar panels are manufactured with strict QC to ensure they perform well for a minimum of 25 years. So, if you find your panels are not generating power, it's more likely that the defect is in some other appliance like an inverter, charge controller, wiring, or batteries. Zero power output might be due to a faulty inverter or charge controller. It’s also possible that one solar panel in your solar photovoltaic array might have failed. One defective PV module can shut down the whole system when connected in series.
No current/ampere doesn't mean the solar panel is faulty. You will not get any current if your batteries are fully charged, and there’s no place for it to go. The current flow stops through the solar panel at Voc = Voltage Open Circuit. No current can flow in an Open Circuit. You are at an open circuit if your batteries are charged. Wait until the sun shines bright at noontime. Turn everything on, and this might solve your problem.