Learn to build your own solar cells panels diy kit Awesome for first time build

Here is what’s included in your kit (and why):
45, 3″ X 3″ ( 76 mm x 76 mm) Square, Solar Cells (Rated at 2 amps each)
These cell are easy to work with. We give you 45 cells because handling cells is tricky, and you will most likely break a few. No worries! You will only need 36 to complete our suggested panel. If you do need more cells contact me and I will sell loose cells to customers who bought the 3×3 kit.

48 inches of bus wire Wider, thicker wire used as a common connection point for multiple connections. The more current flowing, the thicker the wire needed. 2 feet of 18 gauge black and red wire: You’re going to attach these wires in the junction box. One blocking diode: 3 amp A blocking diode is a semiconductor device used to stop the waft of current from one direction, but allow it in the opposite direction; a one way street sign for electricity. When the panel is making electricity, it’s going to waft into your battery and charge it. Alternatively, if the sun goes at the back of a cloud, the charged battery would try to waft backwards into the panel, draining the battery and/or potentially damaging the cells. The blocking diode prevents this back-waft from the battery. 50 spacers Keeps the glass front and the plastic back from putting unwanted pressure on the cells. One Rosin Flux Pen Helps adhesion and solder waft. One roll of leaded solder, 170 cm length. This is leaded solder, which has a lower melting temperature and is easier to use (in my opinion) than the “No lead” type. One basic Junction Box Attaches to the back of the panel for connecting wires from inside and outside the panel. INSTRUCTIONS! INSTRUCTIONS! INSTRUCTIONS! THIS IS WHAT SETS THIS KIT APART FROM ALL THE REST !!! (The instructions are contained on a CD, which saves paper and enhances the picture quality!) Includes: * 3 videos, 32 pictures, and 35 pages of detailed step-by-step instructions! How to solder tabbing wire on your cells * How to connect tabbed cells together * Connecting strings of cells * How to attach the plastic backing and junction box * How to test your connected cells * How to make a frame and attach the frame it is all covered on the CD.
Here is what’s included in your kit (and why):
45, 3″ X 3″ ( 76 mm x 76 mm) Square, Solar Cells (Rated at 2 amps each)
These cell are easy to work with. We give you 45 cells because handling cells is tricky, and You’re going to most likely break a couple of. No worries! You’re going to only need 36 to complete our suggested panel. If you do need more cells contact me and I can sell loose cells to customers who bought the 3×3 kit.
25 feet of tabbing wire (22.5 is needed)
Flat, skinny wire used by professionals to connect cells together. You wish to have 6 inches for each cell, so this provides you with a bunch extra to experiment with.

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