Monocrystalline solar panels, also called single-crystalline cells are manufactured from the purest silicon. A crystal of this type of silicon is grown in a complex process to produce a long rod. The rod is then cut into wafers that will make the solar cells. Monocrystalline solar panels are known to deliver the highest efficiency in standard test conditions when compared to the other 2 types of solar cells. The current delivered monocrystalline solar panel efficiency stands at 22-27%. You can recognise a monocrystalline panel by the rounded edge and the dark color.
How does a monocrystaline solar panel work?
When sunlight falls on the monocrystalline solar panel the cells absorb the energy and through a complicated process create an electric field. This electric field comprises voltage and current and generates power which is governed by the equation P (power) = V (voltage) x I (current). This power can be used directly to power devices that run on direct current (DC). This power can also be converted to alternating current (AC) using an inverter. For your monopanels, check out different watts available at www.suresolar.ng