Device containing an array of solar cells which convert sunlight to electricity. Typically mounted on the roof of RV's and used for charging the batteries.
Photovoltaic device which converts light into electricity.
A device that produces electricity from sunlight by photo-voltaic action. Solar panels
electrical device consisting of a large array of connected solar cells
a charger that produces electricity from the sun, but otherwise is the same as an AC-powered charger
a device that converts light into electricity
a device that converts the free energy from the sun into more readily
A device that collects energy from the sun and converts it to electricity. Solar panels are also known as â€œmodules.
a device that converts sunlight into electrical power
An array of light-sensitive cells attached to a spacecraft and used to generate electrical power for the vehicle in space. Also called solar array.
A group of photovoltaic modules mechanically mounted on a single frame. See also: Module
(See PV Module)
A large, rectangular device that converts sunlight directly into electricity with no moving parts. See wind generator.
A device on satellites that converts solar energy into electrical energy using solar cells.
a source of power for satellites, made up of many individual solar cells, which are devices for transforming the energy of sunlight into electricity.
A collection of solar modules connected in series, in parallel, or in series- parallel combination to provide greater voltage, current, or power than can be furnished by a single solar module. Solar panels can be provided to furnish any desired voltage, current, or power. They are made up as a complete assembly. Larger collections of solar panels are usually called solar arrays.
See Solar Module.
The term solar panel is best applied to a flat solar thermal collector, such as a solar hot water or air panel used to heat water, air, or otherwise collect solar thermal energy. 'Solar panel' may also refer to a photovoltaic module which is an assembly of solar cells used to generate electricity. In all cases, the panels are typically flat, and are available in various heights and widths.