Off-Grid Solar System Bangladesh 350 Watt Solar Panel

Panel Type: Poly Crystalline

Output Power: 350W

Output Voltage: 30.5V

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How Solar Power Works – On-Grid, Off-Grid and Hybrid Solar System in Bangladesh

Off-grid solar system Bangladesh Once you pay for installation upfront off-grid solar system in Bangladesh, you will be paying no bills. Sunlight is abundant, after all. The off-grid solar system is seen mostly in remote places in Bangladesh, not having access to power supply. This is designed for those who are deprived of electricity for the geographical condition. The off-grid system is self-sufficient; hence, you need to consider the climate of the location. Because this is a totally independent system, it is combined with other energies like wind or water energy to avoid power cuts in an emergency.

All solar power systems work on the same basic principles. Solar panels first convert solar energy or sunlight into DC power using what is known as the photovoltaic (PV) effect. The DC power can then be stored in a battery or converted by a solar inverter into AC power which can be used to run home appliances. Depending on the type of system, excess solar energy can either be fed into the electricity grid for credits, or stored in a variety  of different battery storage systems.

What is the difference between On-grid and off-grid solar power?

On-grid means your solar system is tied to your local utility’s GRID. This is what most residential homes will use because you are covered if your solar system under or over-produces in regard to your varying energy needs. Off-Grid solar system Bangladesh All this means for you is that your utility system acts as your battery space. If you are producing more energy with your solar panels or system than you are using, the excess energy is sent to your grid’s power company, allowing you to build credit that you can cash out with at the end of the year, in a process called net metering.

Off-Grid Solar System Bangladesh

Being grid-tied is beneficial because you don’t have to buy an expensive battery back-up system to store any excess energy. Being off-grid means you are not connected in any way to your grid’s power system or utility company. This is appealing because you are 100% self-sustaining your energy use. However, there are disadvantages because off-grid systems require you to purchase back-up battery which can be expensive, bulky, and not very environmentally friendly which defeats the purpose of going solar (save money and live greener).

All modules are produced in our ISO9001:2000 certified factories & are subject to our stringent multi-level quality control & testing procedures before they leave the factory floor – ensuring a high quality & consistent end product. Off-grid solar system Bangladesh.


Mono Crystalline Solar Panel


As the name implies this type of solar panel are unique in their use of a single, very pure crystal of silicon. Using a process, similar to making semi-conductors, the silicon dioxide of either quartzite gravel or crushed quartz is placed into an electric arc furnace. Heat is then applied and the result is carbon dioxide and molten silicon. This simple process yields silicon with one percent impurity, useful in many industries but not the solar cell industry.

Solar PV System

Poly Crystalline Solar panel


The reason polycrystalline solar panels are less expensive than monocrystalline solar panels, is because of the way the silicon is made. Basically, the molten silicon is poured into a cast instead of being made into a single crystal.


This material can be synthesized easily by allowing liquid silicon to cool using a seed crystal of the desired crystal structure. Additionally, other methods for crystallizing amorphous silicon to form polysilicon exist such as high temperature chemical vapor deposition – CVD.

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