50 watt solar panel price

Today, we review the 50 Watt Solar Panel Price and the top solar panels for sale in that category.A 50 watt 12 volt solar panel, is fully portable small size, light weight and more powerful device to power small items. This 50 watt 12 volt solar panel has advanced encapsulation materials with multi layered sheet of lamination.50 watt solar panel

50 watt solar panel

Let’s meet a latest technology product. In this powerful solar panel have high grade solar cells which give maximum output also, it generate better power even in low light conditions. It can be used for many applications also has 25 years long life warranty.

Buy 50w solar panel with cheap and suitable price also check specification, application, original picture, top brand, FAQ, and kit of 50 watt 12 volt solar panel.

50 watt solar applications

  • Solar street light
  • Solar garden light
  • Solar home lighting system
  • Street food carts

50 Watt Solar Panel Price

A 50 watt 12 volt solar panel price starts from @ Rs. 1500 with Vikram Solar to @ Rs. 2500 with Tata solar online in India. Solar panel price are including tax and transportation charges.

Price List 2020
Vikram Solar 50 watt panelRs. 1,500
Patanjali solar 50 watt panelRs. 1,750
Luminous solar 50 watt panelRs. 1,900
Havells solar 50 watt panelRs. 2,000
Tata solar 50 watt panelRs. 2,250

Types of 50W Solar Panel

Basically we have 2 types of solar panel in India. One is polycrystalline solar panel and another is monocrystalline solar panel. Polycrystalline solar panel  is easily available with top solar brands. Monocrystalline solar panels are available in higher rating.

Polycrystalline PanelMonocrystalline Paanel
Panel efficiency up to 16%.Panel efficiency up to 19%.
It takes more rooftop space.It takes less rooftop space.
Cost EffectiveExpensive solar panel.
Looks bluish in color.Looks black in color.
Low efficiency in cloudy weather.Better efficiency even in low light.

Read more about:Poly Solar Panel&Mono Solar Panel

Complete 50W Solar System

A full 50 watt solar system is available in latest technology at adorable price. You can check the detail of 50 watt complete solar system below.

ParticularDescription
Solar system50 watt DC
Solar panel50 watt
Solar battery40 Ah
Solar inverter300 VA
Output power50 Watts
Space requirement4 Sq. feet
Operating voltage12 Volt
Panel technologyMulti-crystalline
Selling PriceRs. 19,000

Specification of 50 Watt Panel

You can see all specification of 50 watt solar panel below.

ParticularDescription
Solar panel50 watt
Power tolerance(+/-)5%
Max. power voltage (V)17.25
Max. power current (A)2.9
Open circuit voltage (V)21.3
Short circuit currently  (A)3.17
Max. system voltage VDC600
Pm temperature coefficient(%/K)-0.4
Temperature coefficient4.7
Voc temperature coefficient-2
PriceRs. 2000

Best Value Solar Panel Manufacturers

Based on feedback from solar professionals, below is our list of the best ‘value’ solar panel manufacturers. With a long history in research and development, Trina Solar, Jinko Solar, SunTech and Canadian Solar are some of the oldest and best known manufacturers, while LONGi Solar has more recently become the worlds largest manufacturer of monocrystalline cells by volume.

  • Trina Solar
  • Jinko Solar
  • Canadian Solar
  • LONGi Solar
  • Hyundai Solar
  • SunTech

Other reputable manufacturers

Below is a short list of other well known manufacturers which generally offer a balance of good value, quality, and service. Panasonic is a premium manufacturer, but only available in North America and Japan. The complete list of our top 10 panel manufacturers and the Australian made Tindo solarpanels are shown in the detailed solar cell technology review article including:

  • Panasonic
  • Phono Solar
  • JA Solar
  • Risen Energy
  • Seraphim

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LG

LG is regarded as one of the world’s leading manufacturer’s with a premium range of quality, reliable, high performance panels.LG are one a very few manufacturers to offer both a 25 year product and 25 year performance warranty on the Neon 2 and Neon R panels, which both ultilise high grade, long lasting, N-type cells.

LG’s range of premium panels are very popular in Australia, USA and Europe and incorporate many industry leading technologies. The LG Neon 2 panels were the first to use multi-wire busbars together with high performance N-type cells and are one of the most popular high-end panels available in Australia.

  • Power rating* (W): 325W – 380W
  • Efficiency (%): 19.3 – 22.0%
  • Price range: Med – High $$$$

See the detailed LG solar panel review.


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SunPower

Sunpower, now known as Maxeon Solar, is a world leader in high efficiency IBC solar cells and offer an industry leading performance warranty of 92% retained capacity after 25 years, plus a 25 year manfacturers product warranty.

The new Maxeon series panels use the high performance IBC N-type cells which are the most efficient solar PV cell technology available today. Although, they do come at a premium price and are not widely used in Australia. The more cost-effective P series panels from SunPower are gaining popularity for both residential and larger scale commercial installations. In North America Sunpower panels are very popular and one of the most trusted brands available.

  • Power rating* (W): 340W – 400W
  • Efficiency (%): 19 – 22.6%
  • Price range: Med – Very High $$$$$

See the detailed SunPower solar panel review.


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REC

REC manufacture high quality, cost effective panels which have proven to be very popular among installers, in particular the TwinPeak range. As of January 2019 all REC TwinPeak and N-peak panels come with an standard 20 year product warranty and improved performance warranty with reduced degradation making it one of the best warranties on the market.

The REC TwinPeak panels were the first to use half-cut cells in the split module format providing higher efficiency and improved shade tolerance. The N-Peak series panels and recently released Alpha series high efficiency panels utilising N-type Heterojunction half-cut cells, now position REC among the industry leading manufacturers in high performance solar.

  • Power rating* (W): 300W – 380W
  • Efficiency (%): 18 – 21.7%
  • Price range: Med – High $$$

See the detailed REC solar panel review.


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Winaico

Winaico is a relatively small volume manufacturer offering a premium range of high quality panels which are reasonably priced. The well known Winaico M6 PERC panels come with a 15 year manufacturers warranty and are well regarded and trusted by installers, having a very good track record for long term reliability and performance in the harsh Australian conditions.

Winaico’s attention to detail, extremely strong frame design and unique corner inserts also put them ahead of most other manufacturers. The new 340W panels with high grade mono PERC cells were released in early 2020.

  • Power rating* (W): 310W – 340W
  • Efficiency (%): 18.8 – 19.8%
  • Price range: Med – High $$$

See the detailed Winaico solar panel review.


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Q Cells

Hanwha Q cells is a well known, high volume panel manufacturer offering a wide range of quality panels for all applications. The latest Q cells G6+ Duo panels are backed by a new 25 year product warranty and improved long term performance warranty with 83% rated output after 25 years.

Q cells offer a very wide range of panels from entry level standard 60 cell panels using reliable mono and polycrystalline cells, to the highly efficient half-cut mono PERC cells used on the Q.Peak Duo G5 and G6 range with 5 or 6 busbars to achieve up to 20.2% efficiency.

  • Power rating* (W): 275W – 360W
  • Efficiency (%): 17.8 – 20.3%
  • Price range: Med $$$

Performance And Durability Testing

The many advancements in solar cell technology has lead to huge price reductions over recent years with many new low cost, more efficient solar panels being released by the leading Chinese manufacturers. To ensure ongoing quality there are several leading, independent, testing organisation which help verify long term performance and reliability. This is further explained in our guide to selecting a quality solar panel.

Summary of top performers from PVEL - A leading independent solar panel testing service.
Summary of top performers from PVEL – A leading independent solar panel testing service.

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 Trina Solar

Trina solar is one of the worlds largest solar panel manufacturers and are investing heavily in new generation of low-cost, high efficiency panels. The well known Trina Honey range of panels from Trina solar are considered great quality and very good value for money, in particular the Honey M (monocrystalline) range of panels which are now available in the more efficient half-cut 120 cell format up to 340W.

Trina Solar offer a very diverse range of panels from cost effective polycrystalline panels, to efficient half-cut monocrystalline panels, and advanced bifacial panels.

  • Power rating* (W): 280W – 370W
  • Efficiency (%): 17 – 20.4%
  • Price range: Low – Med $$

See the detailed Trina solar panel review.


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 Jinko Solar

JinkoSolaris the largest Chinese solar panel manufacturer by volume and produce a wide range of cost-effective and reliable panels. The Jinko engineers work closely with the Australian UNSW solar research center of excellence and have achieved several efficiency records over the years through their continuous research and development in new PV cell technology.

The Cheetah range (mono) of panels from JinkoSolar are one of the most popular low-cost panels on the market with a great track record for reliability, and good support from local offices.

  • Power rating* (W): 280W – 370W
  • Efficiency (%): 17 – 20.4%
  • Price range: Low – Med $$See the detailed JinkoSolar panel review.

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Canadian Solar

Canadian Solaris fifth largest solar panel manufacturer in the world and produce a wide range of cost effective, reliable panels. Canadian generally produced more cost-effective polycrystalline cells and developed some advanced high efficiency panels based on the half-cut polycrystalline cell design. However, more recently Canadian Solar shifted to developing more efficient mono-PERC cell based panels like the HiDM and BiKu modules.

The new-generation HiKu range of monocrystalline panels from Canadian Solar are becoming popular among installers as a quality, affordable panel backed by good support from local offices.

  • Power rating* (W): 295W – 375W
  • Efficiency (%): 18 – 20.3%
  • Price range: Low – Med $$

See the detailed Canadian Solar panel review.


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LONGi Solar

LONGi solarhas grown rapidly over the last few years to become not only one of the largest Chinese solar panel manufacturers, but the largest monocrystalline cell manufacturer in the world. LONGi produce a wide range of cost effective and reliable panels which only use monocrystalline cells. In fact, part of the industry shift towards more efficient mono and mono PERC cells was due to the massive investment by LONGi in large scale mono wafer manufacturing.

The Hi-MO3 and Hi-MO4 mono PERC range of panels from LONGi Solar use the common 120 split-cell format and are becoming one of the more popular high-efficiency, low cost panels on the market.

  • Power rating* (W): 310W – 375W
  • Efficiency (%): 18 – 20.5%
  • Price range: Low – Med $$

*Power rating (W) listed – Residential (60 cell) panels only.

TIPS FOR BUYING YOUR SOLAR POWER SYSTEM.

Buying a home solar power system can be a very exciting experience, but don’t get too carried away by advertising. Be sure to focus on the important aspects of your purchase as it’s a substantial investment and one you’ll be living with for a long time. The following are some buying solar tips on what to look for when purchasing a system.

Buying solar tips: Solar quotes online

Recommendations

Ask friends, family neighbours or colleagues who have had solar PV systems installed. Often the best buying solar tips com from right in your neighbourhood. They’ll be able to tell you about their experiences and perhaps alert you to any problems they experienced. Problems that you’ll be able to avoid. Learn more about potential issues in our consumers guide to solar power – avoiding tricks and traps.

Length of manufacturer’s warranty

Take note of what guarantees the manufacturer offers. If the manufacturer is reputable and the warranty period on the panels is substantial (at least 25 years) you would naturally expect your solar system to last long for a long time, long enough to pay for itself and make you a profit. However, for a warranty to be honoured, the manufacturer needs to be still operating. So, be cautious of brands without a track record in Australia.

Have realistic price expectations

If you are paying substantially less than many other similar size systems quoted, you may find poor quality equipment and/or poor installation work. Quality equipment and installation isn’t cheap and, like all other purchases, you often get what you pay for.

Compare components and warranty periods and check into the company providing the installation. While large, well established companies can pass on substantial savings due to increased buying power, other companies often reduce costs by cutting important corners.

Solar panel certifications

This applies to all solar panel purchases, but especially to the purchases that could attract a government rebate. The certification on solar panels indicates the type of testing that they have undergone. For instance, TUV IEC 61215 confirms that the solar panels have gone through testing by an independent laboratory and have met their advertised specifications. Other certification types are often self-assessed. Therefore, they rely on the company being honest in what it claims.

Decide on the type of panels

It used to be the case that if you had limited roof space you would need highly efficient (and very expensive) mono-crystalline solar panels. This is rapidly changing with advances in polycrystalline panel technology and some thin film technologies. Still, even if you have ample roof space you may still want to consider panel sizes vs. output. Filling up your roof with inefficient panels will affect your ability to add more panels at a later date, and does not maximise the power output of the space.

It’s also important to bear in mind that regardless of claim, no solar panel technology will produce a significant amount of power in full shade. Learn more about monocrystalline vs. thin film panels.

Solar panel mounting

Make sure that the roof, ground mounting or tracking system is engineer certified for the area you are in. For example, if you live in a cyclone prone area make sure the mounting system  and mounting brackets are also cyclone rated. Quality systems are wind certified. After all you do not want your system to take off during a wild storm . The mounting system is a very vital component and some suppliers skimp on this item. Make sure you ask about wind certification, warranty arrangements and get copies of relevant documents.

Solar inverter efficiency

A power inverter is the box between the panels and your appliances that converts DC electricity from solar panels to AC suitable for use in your home.

Not all solar inverters are equal and inverter efficiency will have a direct impact on the amount of time it takes for a system to pay for itself. Look at the inverter efficiency before purchasing a system. Obviously, the more efficient the inverter the better. Less electricity will be wasted as heat during the conversion from DC to AC. Industry leading solar inverters for grid connect systems in Australia include SMA, Sungrow and Fronius. Be cautious of  generic type brands.

Get a few solar quotes

It always wise to gather a few solar quotes when making a major purchase as you will find that prices vary widely between providers. But don’t be just swayed by price as inferior components can reduce the up-front cost of the system. However, they may wind up costing you more in the long run in terms of reliability and efficiency.

Buy solar power at discount prices

Avoid high pressure sales people

High pressure sales tactics are unfortunately common in the solar industry. Try not to make decisions on the spot, just ask the person to let you consider the offer. If it’s as good as they claim, it will still be a good deal tomorrow. Pressured decisions on the spot often turn out to be less advantageous in reflection.

High pressure sales people are only one of the pitfalls that may await you when you shop for a solar power system. Learn more about the potential issues and how to avoid them in our consumers guide to solar power – avoiding tricks and traps.

One of the best buying solar tips is to make sure to use an accredited solar power system installer, certified by the Clean Energy Council.

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