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The Grape Solar 250 Watt Monocrystalline PV Solar Panel with Black Frame uses high efficiency solar cells (aprrox. 18%) made from quality silicon material for high module conversion efficiency and long term output stability and reliability. Virtually maintenance free. High transmittance, low iron tempered glass for durability and enhanced impact resistance.

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  • Positive power output tolerance from 0% to +5%
  • Outstanding electrical performance under high temperature and weak light environments
  • Can withstand snow and wind loads greater than 50 lbs/ 2 ft.
  • Unique frame design for easy installation
  • Rigorous quality control to meet the highest international standards
  • Positive and Negative leads equipped with MC4 connectors
  • When charging 12V battery systems with this panel, an MPPT charge controller must be used


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Does this panel come with the cable to hook it up

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February 22, 2014
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This panels comes with cables and ends, you will need to purchase MC4 connectors and solar cable (Home depot doesn't carry these) because the cable on the back of the panel is only 3 feet approx. I went onto amazon to get the cables and connectors.
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Yes and No !, It has about 3 foot of length at the back of the panel, coming from the junction box, that is sufficient to connect to a grid tire inverter. On the flip side, if you dcecide to use the panel as a standalone to your battery back, there is a possibility of providing an extend cable to support that. It is important that you consider the length of the AWG (wire size) to use, for safety and Read More
Yes and No !, It has about 3 foot of length at the back of the panel, coming from the junction box, that is sufficient to connect to a grid tire inverter. On the flip side, if you dcecide to use the panel as a standalone to your battery back, there is a possibility of providing an extend cable to support that. It is important that you consider the length of the AWG (wire size) to use, for safety and voltage drop purposes. Read Less
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September 7, 2013
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it has what they call MC 4 connectors which provide a water/dust n dirt proof seal to whatever u connect them too.... that is if u have MC 4 connectors attached to external connecting wires that r running to the device u wish to power.
U can get these on ebay or u can fab ur own...its not hard..but it does take patience
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It does but it is short.
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September 5, 2013
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It has mc4 connectors on the end of each lead which is @12 inches long. You need to provide the matching half for the connectors.
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August 31, 2013
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yes, coming with black cable, close to 24 inch long and 2 connectors MC4, one for (-) negative and one for (+) positive; male and female; is recommended to use this MC4 for water protection and better electric connectivity;
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It comes with a positive and negative cord that is approximately 18 to 24 inches in length. That is all.
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August 9, 2013
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Hi Sroufe,
Thank you for your interest in Grape Solar panels. All Grape Solar panels come with 2 900mm leads on the back equipped with MC4 connectors. You can easily add extension cables to these leads to reach your final destination.
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The panel has 43 inch positive and negative cables attached to it. Each cable has an MC-IV cable end terminated on it.(male and female) If your charge controller or grid tie inverter is further than this from the panel, extension cables will be needed. Also, depending on the method of interconnecting this panel with other panels(series or parallel) additional MC-IV cable connectors may be required.
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The panels come with two short lengths of cable, positive and negative, with mc4 connectors installed. To wire additional panels together (parallel or series) you will need additional cabling and connectors.
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Can these be hooked up to a home during a power outage? If so how?

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I don't know much about solar panels and their usage but I don't understand what good does charging a 12v battery do for home use? How do I hook up a fridge to a 12V? A TV? the internet? Is this only good for RV's?
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First I am not an electrician, so ask a licensed electrician first before doing anything. But on that note, if there is a power outage you can back feed you house using outlets but you need to shut your main off to the grid FIRST!! This is dangerous because if you have a bad circuit breaker power could leak in still and you could cause a fire or damage your equipment, so ask a professionals fist. It's Read More
First I am not an electrician, so ask a licensed electrician first before doing anything. But on that note, if there is a power outage you can back feed you house using outlets but you need to shut your main off to the grid FIRST!! This is dangerous because if you have a bad circuit breaker power could leak in still and you could cause a fire or damage your equipment, so ask a professionals fist. It's best to have it as a off grid, or a grid tied setup, you can use a auto sensing switch if you want to use it as a backup to your grid power. This has grid and solar going into the switch and if the power goes out for the grid side it will switch over to the solar side. Again seek the advice of a licensed electrician. You can wire up separate outlets if your inverter has the option. I have a sunforce 2500 which has 4 outlets and a option to wire up a outlet or a subpanel. I use both options. If there is a power outage you can take a extension cord and plug it into your inverter to power your 120v devices. I do this with my appliances. Read Less
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Depending of the usage, the panels could be grid tired to the main grid that supplies electricty to your home by a qualified person. this will support or provide some substantial feed to your home each day the sun is up. You many recieve sufficient amount depending on the total wattage of the panel pack purchase.
On the flip side, you could have a standalone system the supplies you with the electricity
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Depending of the usage, the panels could be grid tired to the main grid that supplies electricty to your home by a qualified person. this will support or provide some substantial feed to your home each day the sun is up. You many recieve sufficient amount depending on the total wattage of the panel pack purchase.
On the flip side, you could have a standalone system the supplies you with the electricity without connecting to the grid directly. This requires a set of other components to provide such a capability. This includes ytour panels, charge controller (that moderate the current produced and stored the energy on a battery for use), battery bank - that stored the energy needed to run your fridge, tv and others. Remember the bigger the energy demand the bigger the battery bank in terms of capacity. The inverter transforms the battery power to a form useable by the gadgets at your home including light bults etc.
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At my home, I keep some Trojan T-105 Golf cart batteries fully charged, which can be used in a power outtage to operate my garage door opener. They can also be used to operate compact fluorscent bulbs for many hours, providing lighting in my home, or other higher wattage appliances for shorter periods of time. These batteries are 6 volt golf cart batteries, and have 225 amp hours each, but 2 of them must Read More
At my home, I keep some Trojan T-105 Golf cart batteries fully charged, which can be used in a power outtage to operate my garage door opener. They can also be used to operate compact fluorscent bulbs for many hours, providing lighting in my home, or other higher wattage appliances for shorter periods of time. These batteries are 6 volt golf cart batteries, and have 225 amp hours each, but 2 of them must be hooked up in series to produce a 12 volt output, which would give you 225 amp hours at 12 volts. You would need a charge controller that is attatched from your solar panel(s) to your batteries that would handle 250 watts (if you have 1 solar panel), or a larger charge controller for more panels. You will also need a 12 volt DC to 110 volt AC power inverter hooked to the batteries, which will give you the standard 110 volt plug in for lights, home security systems, or other appliances. This is a very good back up power supply for power outages. Read Less
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You will need an inverter to convert the power from 12 DC volts to 110 AC volts in order for the refrigerator, or other AC appliances, to operate.
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Ya gota remember this is the 21st century....the only thing stopin us from havin some sweet little electric George Jetson cars is politics.....with a standered inverter u can jump 12volts D.C. to 110volts A.C...which means u can have battery back up for the house when the power goes down or u can pump juice directly from panels or wind turbines directly to the grid n run the meter backwards
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These panels can be hooked up to a home to provide power during an outage, or provide power in addition to the utility power. Of course it take MUCH more equipment than just a few panels to "tie in" to your home's electrical system. Some of the items needed would be batteries, grid tie inverters, and charge controllers. Not to mention mounting equipment. It is a significant investment in time and money Read More
These panels can be hooked up to a home to provide power during an outage, or provide power in addition to the utility power. Of course it take MUCH more equipment than just a few panels to "tie in" to your home's electrical system. Some of the items needed would be batteries, grid tie inverters, and charge controllers. Not to mention mounting equipment. It is a significant investment in time and money to build these type systems, they are not for the faint of heart. Read Less
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September 6, 2013
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Hi Svanessa,
Thank you for your interest in Grape Solar panels.
Yes, these panels can be used for back-up power during an outage but it does require additional equipment.
To use the panel for backup power you need to run it through a charge controller to a battery bank. The battery bank in turn needs to connected to an inverter to convert the DC power of the batteries to AC power that your home can Read More
Hi Svanessa,
Thank you for your interest in Grape Solar panels.
Yes, these panels can be used for back-up power during an outage but it does require additional equipment.
To use the panel for backup power you need to run it through a charge controller to a battery bank. The battery bank in turn needs to connected to an inverter to convert the DC power of the batteries to AC power that your home can use.
Your local Home Depot Pro Desk can help you get pricing if you would like to design a back-up system. Read Less
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You may want to do some homework. Generally this panel is used for an a"offgrid" service which means I would go through some type of "controller" to charge a battery or bank of batteries. Then I would use that 12 volts to power an"inverter" which would provide the 110 volts ac To powers device. It really is not complicated, you just need to give your project a little forethought so you are not Read More
You may want to do some homework. Generally this panel is used for an a"offgrid" service which means I would go through some type of "controller" to charge a battery or bank of batteries. Then I would use that 12 volts to power an"inverter" which would provide the 110 volts ac To powers device. It really is not complicated, you just need to give your project a little forethought so you are not disappointed. Hope that helps. Read Less
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Yes these can be used to power your home. There are hundreds and hundreds of homes around the country that run on solar power. However, and this is a big however, you must have some batteries to store the power that is gathered from the sun and then you must have an inverter to convert the power from DC (the kind batteries store) to AC (the kind that your house uses). Simply put, the more items you want Read More
Yes these can be used to power your home. There are hundreds and hundreds of homes around the country that run on solar power. However, and this is a big however, you must have some batteries to store the power that is gathered from the sun and then you must have an inverter to convert the power from DC (the kind batteries store) to AC (the kind that your house uses). Simply put, the more items you want to run the more power you need to have, kind of like it takes a larger truck to carry a refrigerator than it does to carry a DVD player or television. That means the more power you want to consume the more batteries you need, the more and larger inverters you need and the more solar panels you need to keep those batteries charged. There are lots of articles on the internet about this, so if you're serious start searching, but be prepared for a serious education that make take you some time and effort, much like a college course at home. Read Less
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What should I buy to activate fountains in my garden ?

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July 4, 2013
There are about 2 small fountains and a big one.. As I am a complete novice, how do I find out the watts needed, the voltage ...
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Each pump should have a label/sticker giving you that information. I will assume they are 110 vac pumps. That is, you plug them into your general ac service. If there are no labels and they are ac pumps you could buy a "kilowatt" meter at the local Lowes/home depot/Menards which would provide you the information. The little meters run@30 bucks and will provide lots of information.
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To find your wattage, you need a watt meter 110-220 Volts, 50/60 Hz. / max. 3000 watts ($25), to connect to the fountains electric plugs/connectors, and let run the fountain/s for couple of seconds, and read the numbers display on the watt meter; remember the number/s and work with them!
after that, get a power inverter, DC (from battery bank) to AC (fountains);
the solar panels, how much will need, will
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To find your wattage, you need a watt meter 110-220 Volts, 50/60 Hz. / max. 3000 watts ($25), to connect to the fountains electric plugs/connectors, and let run the fountain/s for couple of seconds, and read the numbers display on the watt meter; remember the number/s and work with them!
after that, get a power inverter, DC (from battery bank) to AC (fountains);
the solar panels, how much will need, will be calculated, to charge with MPPT solar charge controller, the battery bank;
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Wow, unfortunately, there is no easy answer to this question, or for that matter most solar solutions. Unless you buy a prepackaged/engineered system you will have to dive into things like: what is the voltage of the fountains, how much amperage do they draw, how far apart are they, what are my solar panels that can supply the needed power, what kind of charge controller do we need and then what size Read More
Wow, unfortunately, there is no easy answer to this question, or for that matter most solar solutions. Unless you buy a prepackaged/engineered system you will have to dive into things like: what is the voltage of the fountains, how much amperage do they draw, how far apart are they, what are my solar panels that can supply the needed power, what kind of charge controller do we need and then what size batteries do we need to run this all night, etc. etc....Please don't be discouraged, do like I did about a year ago and start reading 'how to' literature from solar equipment sellers and manufacturers. Also, a great place to get ideas is YouTube....It's a fun journey with great rewards in the end!! Good Luck.. Read Less
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Typically the power draw/requirements will be listed on a panel on the pump.
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There will typically be "name plate data" inscribed on the side of each fountain. It will tell you the wattage of each. Some fountain pump motors are "DC" (direct current) and others are "AC" (alternating current) establish which you will be using to determine whether an inverter will be required. Most small fountain motors do not use large amps so you may not need a large wattage inverter. If the Read More
There will typically be "name plate data" inscribed on the side of each fountain. It will tell you the wattage of each. Some fountain pump motors are "DC" (direct current) and others are "AC" (alternating current) establish which you will be using to determine whether an inverter will be required. Most small fountain motors do not use large amps so you may not need a large wattage inverter. If the wattage isn't inscribed on the side/bottom of the fountain(s) you can determine wattage amps X voltage. Read Less
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July 5, 2013
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Hi Aline,
Thank you for your interest in Grape Solar.
The manual for our 100-series solar kits, while not specific to this panel, gives a great introduction to calculating your energy needs and figuring out how many watts of panels it will take to achieve your goals.
As the previous poster mentioned, you can determine the power requirements of your pump by looking for the label that states it voltage Read More
Hi Aline,
Thank you for your interest in Grape Solar.
The manual for our 100-series solar kits, while not specific to this panel, gives a great introduction to calculating your energy needs and figuring out how many watts of panels it will take to achieve your goals.
As the previous poster mentioned, you can determine the power requirements of your pump by looking for the label that states it voltage and amperage draw and multiplying them together to get its wattage. Armed with the wattage, you can work through the steps in the attached kit manual to determine your panel needs. Read Less
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If its a standered "plug it in the extension cord" type pump it will be 110 volts..look on the pump, it will either give u the power needed in watts or it will give u the current it draws while operating...if it doesnt give u the power (Watts)..but does give u the amps..then multiply Amps times the volts..this will give u the total power (Watts) needed to operate the pump....then u have an idea of what Read More
If its a standered "plug it in the extension cord" type pump it will be 110 volts..look on the pump, it will either give u the power needed in watts or it will give u the current it draws while operating...if it doesnt give u the power (Watts)..but does give u the amps..then multiply Amps times the volts..this will give u the total power (Watts) needed to operate the pump....then u have an idea of what size solar panel..charge controller..battery..timer and inverter (if needed) for the assembly of a stand alone solar powered fountain.....sounds like ur onto a great project/hobby thats definatly gona have some pop...have fun and good luck!!!!!.... Read Less
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is this solar panel ul approved?

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They are not UL listed.
That are ISO 9000-2000 listed.
They are CE listed.
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Yes it is.
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July 11, 2013
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Hi Tim,
The Grape Solar GS-S-250-Fab5 is ETL certified that it conforms to UL standard 1703.
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According to the Grape Solar documentation, the panel has the following certifications:
ETL UL-1703, ISO 9000-2000
CE TUV IEC61215, IEC61730
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Hmmm...im pretty certain they are..Ill go check...Well..I just came back in from the side yard and the sticker on the back says they are
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Itis really one of the best solar panel this pannels produc enough power to light up four rooms + tv and steros at my home , also my electric gate motor. October 9, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by High Power High Quality This panel provides plenty of power for my camper and is constructed in America with excellent quality. On the first day of use it was parked under a tree in partial shade and still managed to crank out 31 amp hours of power. However, do be aware that this is a high voltage panel so you MUST use a more expensive MPPT controller. Most cheap MPPT controllers only go up to 200W so you either end up spending to much or being unable to use the full capacity of the array. With the right controller though, it really does provide amazing power for a bargain. Instructions also would have been nice since I had to put it in the sun and use a volt meter to determine the polarity of the plugs. I'm very happy with the solar array and haven't had to plug my RV in since it was installed. I won't even have to use a trickle charger this winter since the panel does it for me. July 17, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Outstanding Product We purchased two 250-watt solar panels through The Home Depot. The panels are now in place, and are producing optimum solar power that is used for a variety of electrical functions on our "mini-farm". In my opinion, I don't think I could have found a better product of this type. We are extremely pleased with its functionality and overall performance. September 24, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product !! I bought these panels (3 x 250W) to charge my solar generators that I built personally. These surpass my expectation. I am planning to buy more, to go off-grid this summer. Products arrived at my door in an excellent packed condition. coordinating with customer service was outstanding !!. Thank you January 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by These bad boys do the job.. I have 2 of these panels on one array in parallel with a 190 watt panel. This array is in parellel with a smaller 200 watt array...so far they have peaked at 7.34 KWH for one day of production...not bad..not bad at all June 10, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Grape solar 250 watts Just installed for solar generator , works great so far , I wish it would have extra protective bars in the back for stronger protection against hail ,wind like others company do. Price was good ! shipping free . It produce more watts up to 260-270 . Good value . April 17, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install, nice product! These panels were nicely packaged, easy to install and look like they are going to perform admirably. July 9, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellently packaged to avoid damage , Well built panel . I know I paid a little more than average per watt , but I believe it is worth it. I ordered from Home Depot because I hoped if the unit came damaged I could return it there. I received a call from the trucking company to set a time to accept the panel and decided since they were a few miles away I would pick it up. They loaded it into the back of my pickup with a forklift and when I went home I checked and found no damage. The shipping container was excellently designed with a pallet then , solar cell , then a half pallet on top. I will buy more of these with full confidence that they come undamaged. March 28, 2014
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