building solar panels -Building Solar Panels- solar cell assembly

June 7, 2012 – 6:22 am

** This is the first instructional video for the assembly of solar cells to make a 18 volt solar panels 3 to 6 ft. The video includes how cells welded together in series.

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  1. 9 Responses to “building solar panels -Building Solar Panels- solar cell assembly”

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    By ebayisajoke on Jun 7, 2012

  3. Your making some good videos.

    By GilbertBigelow on Jun 7, 2012

  4. Thanks for the instruction :)

    By DesignCBTs on Jun 7, 2012

  5. still doesnt matter, if you use flux and tab wire, it will suck the tin in to make a good contact with very little heat required..

    I solder the blocking diode with silver solder. lead is poisonous.

    By Me102288 on Jun 7, 2012

  6. Unfortunately to save cost I am using less than pristine cells. Some have been previously soldered and then disassembled. There is a bit of loss but worth the cost difference.  My suggestion is to use the leaded variety on the back of cells that were previously assembled. Once that thin layer of tin is gone The cell is indeed lost forever and the cell is worthless scrap. Could have been clearer on that but in this situation leaded solder is foolproof non lead is a headache.

    By rlbob1 on Jun 7, 2012

  7. do not use non leaded solder? uh, been using non lead silver solder for years..

    on the bus tab.. LOL use a flux pen and no solder is needed :-)

    By Me102288 on Jun 7, 2012

  8. lol double take.. 175 watts a cell? wtf is this 1.8 watt crap I’m getting….. :-)

    By Me102288 on Jun 7, 2012

  9. oops sorry thats 1.75 watts 3.5 amps per 36 cell cluster and a total of 10.5 amps per 108 cell panel. Unfortunately this is what happens when you have to use a spokesperson (my daughter) and only give her 5 minutes of instruction. Thanks for the correction

    By rlbob1 on Jun 7, 2012

  10. Ummm….
    The cell wattage should be 1.75 watts each, not 175 watt each as stated

    By vanhook2 on Jun 7, 2012

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