What is a Solar Cell?

What is a Solar Cell?




We are hearing much about small gadgets like calculators, watches, and small toy cars are being run by solar strength. There are far away cell sites and other far away telecommunication mini-exchanges that are supported by it. So what is behind this technology? It comes from tiny solar cells combined together to produce the required electric strength you need.

What is a solar cell then? It is also known as “photovoltaic cell” and it is a device that converts solar energy into electricity by the photovoltaic effect. These photovoltaic cells are assembled in arrays to form a solar module or photovoltaic arrays. Solar strength origin its strength from the sun by using solar panel.

A small solar panel can be used to strength up small devises like electronic calculators.

By combining a group of photo-voltaic arrays, it generates replaceable electricity which you can substitute as a source of electric strength to Radio equipments in the far away areas where no commercial strength line is obtainable. Photo-voltaic electricity is increasingly becoming popular in deploying in a grid-tied electrical systems. The definition from Wikipedia Encyclopedia of a grid-tied electrical systems is it is a semi-independent electrical generation system which links to the mains to satisfy excess capacity back to the local mains electrical grid. When insufficient electricity is generated, or the batteries are not fully charged, electricity drawn from the mains grid can make up the short fall.

Solar cells are chiefly manufactured in the following countries: Japan, China, Germany, Taiwan and USA. Its life span is about twenty years. Just like when you want to build a house, you either hire an architect to draw up a plan for you or buy a form house with complete specifications. The same is true with building a solar strength panel system. You need an expert specialized to do it for you or buy a standard solar strength system form.

Solar technology has improved a lot and the manufacturing course of action has been re-engineered many times. Hence, the end product keeps on becoming more attractive to the global community. It is also worth mentioning that we should continue doing improvement research on how we can enhance its performance.




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