Sun Electronics now has warehouse in Colorado.

First load of modules arrived Monday. They’re on the email blast that went out this week.

We have several thousand PV modules in our warehouses in Miami, Phoenix and Denver. They were purchased in an auction after an insurance claim.

These two year old Grade A Renesola 300 watt modules are in absolutely perfect condition !!!!

As you know we are always willing to negotiate based on a variety of conditions. We also will consider take trade i.e. Solar products, cars, trucks, boats, etc.

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The Free Solar Panels

Hi John, 

Regarding the price of solar someday beating coal, I recently read an article in one of the industry publications saying that you can already build a new solar power station cheaper than coal. There is still that advantage that coal has in that it burns at night. There are all sorts of things going on in storage. Too bad that nickel-iron batteries went away. They are trying to make a comeback, but are still as expensive as lithium. I think I will eventually go to forklift batteries. They will outlast me.

 

Regarding Amir’s work, I think the main failures are in connection of one or more of the 3 tabs of the end cell(s ) to the main bus bar. Every one I have done repairs on was on the left side and they are now patched and in service. Forget knives to get through the backing…use a hot soldering iron. There really were not that many bad ones, so I have set some of them aside for last. Connections to charge controllers go in some increment, so there will likely be a few leftovers. I have bought some MC3 connectors, but on the two small power stations I used the panels with the missing connectors and simply soldered them. This is probably more efficient, electrically, but tedious.

 

As far as the water intrusion goes, I have seen sign of it around the edges, but no sign it actually made it to the works. In fact, I read something on how the panels are built that explains some things. Apparently a plastic or sealant layer is between the glass and the cells and they are bonded together. I found evidence that this is true when I broke the glass on one of my panels with a misdirected pine tree. The glass goes to crumbs, but it does not fall out, indicating it is stuck.

 

Let me mention my repair to that panel, which is applicable to any panel afflicted with BB guns, rocks or stray trees. I bought a spray can of Flex Seal Clear ($13 at Home Depot), thinking it might save a panel on my boating adventures. I never had to use it, so I was not certain it would work. When I broke the solar shingle, I hosed it down with the sealant, as rain was on the way. Naturally, the rain came before it was dry and it blushed. Output from the panel was still pretty good, despite the cloudiness. Today we had a decent day of weather so I thought I would scrape the old stuff off and reapply. That proved to be quite tedious, so I tried rubbing it down with Lacquer Thinner. That took the blush out and it became perfectly clear. I applied two more coats. The craqueleur of the glass is still there, but output is perfectly fine. Naturally, this will only work if the cells are still working. One can will easily cover a big 300 watt panel.

 

The solar shed is working fine, except there isn’t enough of it for what I want to put into it. I have not attempted to record how much power it has produced, but the batteries are usually topped up before I get out to inspect. I do sneak up on it every now and again and I have observed up to 1800 watts from 70 panels. Very good. Most of the power is being wasted, though. I am presently running lights and tools and charging the golf car. I need to get a trencher and run some wire toward the house. There I will run the output of two inverters, one for basic circuits and the other for one of the a/c compressors. I can’t do all of that with just 1800 watts.

 

If I get everything working, I have enough panels for only another 11x 16 feet of roof, so I am anxiously awaiting news of more arriving. I am curious if the new ones, from different locations, will be better, worse or the same. Do you have an ETA on the next load? I need more shed! And a load of batteries.—Neal

 

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From: John Kimball

Sent: Monday, January 09, 2017 10:08 PM

To: N. Collier

Subject: Fwd: Panel Testing

 

FYI
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John Kimball

Owner and CEO

SUN ELECTRONICS INT. INC

CEL: 305-498-1863 / 305-710-9645

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Begin forwarded message:
From: Amir Abtahi <[email protected]>

Date: November 23, 2016 at 7:31:55 AM EST

To: John Kimball <[email protected]>, John Kimball <[email protected]>

Subject: Panel Testing
Good Morning John,

 

I made some progress with the panels tests yesterday. There are no indications cell damage or micro-cracks affecting the output. The front of the panels also show continuity of current so there are no issues with the conductor ribbons. I destroyed 2 panels to check for continuity and they were both OK.

 

The initial guess that something was wrong with the diodes also turned out not to be the case. Even though I do not like how they embedded the diodes in a water proofing “goo”, and probably overheating them, the first 2 diodes seem to be OK.

 

So the only thing left is the continuity between the ribbons on the front with the ribbons at the back connection box, and there we have a problem: No Continuity. This is pretty unusual and I am trying to separate the glass/cell sheet from the plastic frame and it’s not working. The silicone compound that they have used is incredibly strong and not letting go. I have tried a heat gun, sharp knives, etc.

 

My initial finding from the examination of the panels that are not working versus the ones that are is water intrusion and possible corrosion between the + and – ribbons and the resulting short. I will continue to work on this and see if I can find another possible cause.

 

Regards,

Amir

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Good Morning John,

 

I made some progress with the panels tests yesterday. There are no indications cell damage or micro-cracks affecting the output. The front of the panels also show continuity of current so there are no issues with the conductor ribbons. I destroyed 2 panels to check for continuity and they were both OK.

 

The initial guess that something was wrong with the diodes also turned out not to be the case. Even though I do not like how they embedded the diodes in a water proofing “goo”, and probably overheating them, the first 2 diodes seem to be OK.

 

So the only thing left is the continuity between the ribbons on the front with the ribbons at the back connection box, and there we have a problem: No Continuity. This is pretty unusual and I am trying to separate the glass/cell sheet from the plastic frame and it’s not working. The silicone compound that they have used is incredibly strong and not letting go. I have tried a heat gun, sharp knives, etc.

 

My initial finding from the examination of the panels that are not working versus the ones that are is water intrusion and possible corrosion between the + and – ribbons and the resulting short. I will continue to work on this and see if I can find another possible cause.

 

Regards,

Amir

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The free solar panels are back!

This blog is no longer valid because the Free Solar Panels just started flowing again!!!!

They aren’t taking my calls and their not answering my emails. Oh well it was good while it lasted or never give up. I guess no news could be good news too. No bridges burnt just silence from the supplier. Check back in a month. Don’t worry if send more it will be 40,000 more. Time will tell. Besides it took them a year to release the first 10,000 to me. Can’t complain though regardless.

You’ll see it here first…. probably. 

“THATS ALL FOLKS.”

JK

Comic relief, from my friend Sandra.

What wise men said:
– When a man steals your wife, there is no better revenge than to let him keep her.

King  David
– After marriage, husband and wife become two sides of a coin; they just can’t face each other, but still they stay together.

Sasha Guitry 
– By all means marry. If you get a good wife, you’ll be happy.

If you get a bad one, you’ll become a philosopher.

Socrates
– Woman inspires us to great things, and prevents us from achieving them.

Anonymous 
– The great question, which I have not been able to answer… is, “What does a woman want?”

Dumas 
– I had some words with my wife, and she had some paragraphs with me.

Sigmund Freud
– Some people ask the secret of our long marriage. We take time to go to a restaurant two times a week. A little candlelight, dinner, soft music and dancing. She goes Tuesdays, I go Fridays’

Red Skelton
– There’s a way of transferring funds that is even faster than electronic banking. It’s called marriage.’

Sam Kinison
– I’ve had bad luck with both my wives

The first one left me, and the second one didn’t.’

James Holt McGavra 
– Two secrets to keep your marriage brimming.

1. Whenever you’re wrong, admit it,

2. Whenever you’re right, shut up.

Patrick Murray 
– The most effective way to remember your wife’s birthday is to forget it once…

Nash
– You know what I did before I married?

Anything I wanted to.

Anonymous
– My wife and I were happy for twenty years.

Then we met.

Henny Youngman 
– A good wife always forgives her husband when she’s wrong.

Rodney Dangerfield
– A man inserted an ‘ad’ in the classifieds: ‘Wife wanted’. Next day he received a hundred letters.

They all said the same thing: ‘You can have mine.’

Anonymous
– First Guy (proudly): ‘My wife’s an angel!’

Second Guy : ‘You’re lucky, mine’s still alive.’

Anonymous

Thank you Sandra.

John

PV SYSTEM DESIGNERS WANTED 

Must have min. 2yrs. Experience. Work from home possible. But living in Phx. Or Miami big plus. Especially Phx. Send resume to [email protected] then: Call John

305-498-1863 or 305-322-1086.

Help and Neat Stuff wanted, call John 305-322-1086. 

More people for solar homes at the world’s lowest prices.

PV System designers for immediate work in any area in North America with ample sales potential.

Distributors, Distribulators and Dealers, in locations throughout North America where we can stock inventory and promote your company.

USA and Non-profit or Government PV projects to assist the needy. We have already donated over 10,000 free PV modules and have also donated complete systems, inverters,

One local Miami delivery box truck and one 40ft. container semi truck.
Some good used cars for company employees.

Photos and stories by PV home builders and buyers.

One apartment for one of our employees who works in our sales office in Miami.

Several Large PV Project Proposals.

Brand new and used excess PV modules, inverters, mounting equip., etc.

Photos and stories by PV home builders.

One small sailboat with trailer.

Two go-carts.

Two sets of scuba gear and underwater camera equip.

One small power boat and trailer.

One small sailboat with trailer.

Airline “Buddy Passes.

International Currency, Stamp and coin collections. Will trade for PV modules, inverters etc.

Some good used cars for company employees.

Photos and stories by PV home builders and buyers.

One apartment for one of our employees who works in our sales office in Miami Gardens.

Large PV Project Proposals.

Brand new and used PV modules, inverters, mounting equip., etc.

More unbelievable deals on PV modules.

Will pay Cash or Trade for PV Stuff.

Thank you.

John

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