100W Polycrystalline Solar System with High Quality

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 100 Number of Cells(pieces): 36

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100W Polycrystalline Solar Panel with high efficiency

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Place of Origin:  Hebei China (Mainland)
Material: Polycrystalline Silicon
Certificate: ISO9001/14001,CE/TUV/UL
Warranty: 25 years
Connector: MC4 compatible connector
Junction BOX:  lP65 Ralated/Past the TUV certificate
Backing Color: White
Frame Color: Silver

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Cell typePoly-crystalline (Mono-crystalline) silicon solar cell
Size1200*540*30 mm
Weight10.2 kg
Solar cell type156*93.6 mm
Number of cell (pcs)4*9 PCS
Maximum Power100 Wp
Mctual measurement results86.4 Wp
Optimum operating voltage17.3 V
Optimum operating current5.78 A
Open ciruit voltage21.6 V
Short circuit current6.13 A
Power Tolerance1%-3%
BackingTPT
Tempering glass thickness3.2 mm
Frame MaterialClear anodized aluminium frame
Operating temperature-40 C+85 C
Storage temperaturefrom-40 C~+85 C
Maximum wind resistance60m/s
Surface maximum load capacity200Kg/M2
Maximum hail load capacity25mm, 80km/h
Efficiency of panel14.50%


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