1. Choose a suitable installation location: Solar panels should be installed in sunny places, such as roofs, fields, tents, etc. When choosing the installation location, factors such as the orientation, inclination angle, and anti-theft of the solar panel need to be considered.
2. Installation bracket: According to the size and weight of the solar panel, choose a suitable bracket for installation. Brackets need to be selected from strong, corrosion-resistant, long-lasting materials such as steel or aluminum brackets.
3. Install the solar panel: Install the solar panel on the bracket and adjust it according to the angle and direction. Generally speaking, solar panels should be facing south and tilted at the same angle as the local latitude.
4. Connect the wires: connect the solar panel with the battery or the grid to achieve electrical energy output. It is necessary to choose a suitable wire to avoid safety problems such as leakage or overload.
5. Inspection: After the installation is completed, an inspection is required to ensure that the installation of the solar panel and the circuit connection are normal, and the power output is stable and meets the set requirements.
It should be noted that during the installation process, it is necessary to pay attention to safety and prevent damage to the solar panels, and it is also necessary to comply with local safety regulations and regulations. If you do not understand the relevant regulations and technical details, it is recommended to find a professional for installation.