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Hello and welcome everyone who watch Electronic LK channel In this video I will show you how to make a 100w solar panel at home First you need to order your required solar cell online you can use a site like aliexpress or eBay for this here are the details of the solar cells you ordered From aliexpress when I placed the order it cost us about $32 to sell the sola at the moment the solar cell prices are up for now the solar cell kit price is more than $37 this solar cell kit is what I ordered. There are forty solar cells here. This kit includes a lead wire for the tab wire and a flow pen. First, you need to choose a suitable glass for this purpose, so I took a 5mm tick cup , the glass should be cut accordingly to the way the solar cell is kept, the solar cell comes in 125mm*125mm, and we have to cut the glass to see how to keep selling Solar I cut the glass so that it can hold ten solar cells on one side and four solar cells cells on the other There should be a big gap sma when assembling the solar cell Measure the required quantity for all of this and cut the glass I have four solar cells 50 cm wide go for the solar cell i put in an extra 9cm and expanded the glass to 59cm ten solar cells in length so i wanted to sell 125cm so i bought 135cm glass when the frame has aluminum angle bars, inch of glass covers the frame, cut the glass thinking of The gap between the solar sale as well as the size that will cover the frame I will cut the aluminum bar now that the width is 59 cm The width of the frame is cut to 60 cm Measure the required size and cut the aluminum rod with the grinder Adjust the frame so that the angle between the rods angle cut aluminum well this way cut a piece of tape and assemble like this to assemble the frame can be set successfully by drilling a hole and clamping if the nuts and bolts are tightened the frame can be removed at any time cut the pieces this way and prepare the first frame put the pieces in this way and fasten them with various nails from a drill This is the frame I made and finished before putting the glass put silicone glue on the primer and made it waterproof Now I put the silicone on and finished holding the glass I have made this so that it can be nailed and removed when needed let's take a look at the solar cell array that We ordered it online from aliexpress when I got it, it was $27 for the solar cells.

The total cost, including shipping, is $32, First of all, this kit contains a tabbing wire set , it is stated here that 20m tabbing wire, 2m busbar wire and flux pen included This tabbing wire kit and bus wiring kit is a plux pen This is necessary to solder the solar cells and here is the array of solar cells and it was mentioned that there are forty solar cells. It is mentioned that the cell size is 125*125mm , the power of one cell is 2.8W, this is 40 solar cells in this kit are included in this solar cell kit, all you have to do is assemble these cells and make the cell panel very small. It has a very low thickness. When held tightly by hand, it breaks into small pieces like glass.

It must be carefully assembled . Let's see how to assemble solar cells Solar cells are soldered using a wire tab. Cut the tab wire to cut the desired size for the tab wire to the desired size in this way. Place two solar cells and measure the size of the tab wire required Cut a piece of this size The first cell 40 needs the desired size. one cell has two paths so when you cut the tab wire you have to cut 80 pieces let's see how to solder a cell first solder the front of the solar cell first take a flux pen and paint it on the solder spot like this next place the tab wire the same way and solder it with Good solder no iron is required for this ian solder the tab wire contains lead because the tab wire contains lead and can be easily soldered via the butt This is how it can be taken care of then it is ok soldered make sure you solder correctly the solder and the other track for the solar cell this way sells 40 solder the front side this way the bottom is where we weld when joining two solar cells the bottom of the solar cell is the voltage + path and the top is the voltage – the path now we have soldered all the 40 cell paths let's see how two solar cells are joined For now we just soldered the front of these cells solder the two solder tracks in front of this cell and the two back tracks into the other cell with a plux pen draw a line along the track, parallel to the grandfather wire and solder it this way.

The voltage of this solar cell 0.5V and 20V DC can be obtained by soldering all 40 cells in sequence mode, pull out the Plux pen as you did before and solder the tab wire like this solder the 40 cells this way , this is how you can take care of two cells after soldering the bottom and top of one cell so that they don't connect to each other if there are short points this way cut most of the parts that's how you can take care of all the solar cells in sequential welding like I said earlier four cells wide and ten cells Longitudinal See the diagram above for an explanation of how soldering works in series mode 20V DC can be obtained from the panel made in this way Put the solar cell on the glass and stick it with transparent solar tape to prevent it from slipping Bus wires are used to connect the solar cell crosswise This can be done after soldering the busbar wire The bus wires are taped with duct tape.

You need to put an adhesive on the bottom of the board and finish it before exposing the board to the sun and check if the board is working properly, now I measure the voltage on The board with a multimeter now the board voltage is set as 22 I now plug in a DC bulb and check the amperage in the circuit I can see that the amperage of the circuit is shown by the multimeter as 4.15A This glue seals the bottom of the board This is a type of glue Rising epoxy of nipponpaint Mix hardener and raisins in a ratio of 1:1 and stick it to the bottom of the board This glue contains thousands of grams and can be obtained from a heavy-duty substance Use this glue to seal the board well to prevent water leakage Before applying the glue, connect the positive and minus sides of the board and weld it well In this way the hardener and the race are placed in a separate container and the mixed epoxy resin is mixed on the back of the plate in this way , apply this way with the help of a brush, apply this way with the help of a brush to close the plate well Now fully painted and finished , it should be applied this way and left to dry For about a day I have now finished making the panel I will be checking the panel to keep sunlight out of the way Now the multimeter is measuring the voltage in the panel In this case the panel is being tested Mark the panel voltage as 21.8V, I now connect a bulb to the panel and measure the current flowing in the circuit according to the meter, the current in the circuit at this point is 4.32A, let's measure the voltage in the circuit when the lamp is lit.

The multimeter provides a 14.9V DC solar panel at Light the lamp and this way we can make a solar panel at home Leave your comment in the comments section below Remember to subscribe to the Electronic LK channel. See you in another video. Have a nice day everyone.

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