PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF SOLAR PANELS IN TROPICAL REGION: A STUDY CASE IN SURAKARTA INDONESIA

Authors

  • Rudi Susanto Universitas Duta Bangsa Surakarta
  • Wiji Lestari Universitas Duta Bangsa Surakarta
  • Herliyani Hasanah Universitas Duta Bangsa Surakarta

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47701/icohetech.v3i1.2059

Keywords:

solar panel, tropical region, energy.

Abstract

The performance of solar panels affects the utilization of solar energy for daily life. This study aims to carry out the measurement of the performance of solar panels in Surakarta City is located between 110 ° 45 '15" and 110 ° 45" 35" East Longitude and between 7 ° 36" and 7 ° 56" South Latitude. Research used solar panels, current sensors, voltage sensors, temperature sensors, solar irradiance sensors, humidity sensors, Arduino and Labview. The solar panels 20 WP is used in the experiment. The measurement results obtained that the maximum energy value per day produced is 165 Wh and a minimum of 76.8 Wh with an average of 109.1 Wh. Temperature measurements were carried out in the range 37.2 0 C to 41.0 0C which is the normal temperature for PV operations. The average irradiation measurement is 1834.3 W/m2 while the average humidity is 32.5%. The relationship between energy and temperature, energy with solar irradiance and energy with humidity find using Pearson Product Moment Correlation (PPMC). The result show that the effect of temperature and solar irradiance were more significant than humidity.

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Published

2022-09-17