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Precautions for handling damaged solar panels

Posted:2021/7/24 0:00:00 Tags: solar panel

Summary When solar panels installed in houses are damaged and piled with rubble of houses, etc., the solar panels may generate electricity when the sun shines on the panels

When solar panels installed in houses are damaged and piled with rubble of houses, etc., the solar panels may generate electricity when the sun shines on the panels, and you may get an electric shock if you touch them with bare hands.” etc. 

(1) Do not touch with bare hands. bump.

(2) Wear insulating gloves such as dry wire gloves or rubber gloves when contacting damaged solar panels during rescue and recovery work.

 (3) When multiple solar panels are connected by cables, unplug or cut off the connected cables. If possible, cover the battery panel with a blue tarp or cardboard, or face down to avoid exposure to sunlight.

 (4) If possible, wrap the exposed copper wire in the cable section with plastic tape, etc.

 (5) When transporting the solar panel to the abandoned place, it is prudent to break the glass with a hammer or the like. In addition, the components of the battery panel are as follows: semi-strengthened glass (thickness about 3mm), battery cells (silicon plate: 10-15cm square, 0.2-0.4mm thick, silver electrode, solder, copper foil, etc.), transparent resin, white Resin boards, metal frames (mainly aluminum), wiring materials, resin boxes, etc. 

(6) At night and when there is no sun after sunset, although the solar panels basically do not generate electricity, they must be operated in the same way as when the sun is irradiated.   Note: (1) Even if it has been damaged, there is still a risk of electric shock, so do not touch it; (2) When handling damaged panels, contact the sales contractor to take corresponding countermeasures.

Precautions for handling damaged solar panels