||Number of Cells(pieces):
1) High Efficiency
2) 24V DC standard output
3) CE, TUV junction box
4) Lifetime: 25 years
5) Warranty: 2 years
6) 90% power 10 years
7) 80% power 20 years
Maximum Power (Pmax) 120W Watt
Power Tolerance ± 3 %
Maximum Power Voltage (Vmp) 17.50 Volt
Maximum Power Current (Imp) 6.85 Ampere
Open circuit Voltage (Voc) 21.50 Volt
Short circuit Current (Isc) 7.32 Ampere
Maximum System Voltage (V) 1000 Volt DC
Number of Cells per Module 36 Pcs
Cell Type Polycrystalline Silicon
Cell Size 156 x 156 mm
Bypass Diodes --- Junction Box 10Amp
Max. Series Fuse Rating 10A
Temperature coefficient of Isc ± 0.05
Temperature coefficient of Voc -0.33
Temperature coefficient of Power -0.23
NOCT 45± 2
Operating Temperature -40 ~ +85
Standard Test Condition AM 1.5, 1000W/m2, 25
**NOCT= Nominal Operating Cell Temperature
Dimensions 1340 x 670 x 35 mm
Weight 15.00 kg
Type of Junction Box TUV certified, IP65
Length of Cables (mm) 900 mm
Cable Type, Diameter TUV certified, 4mm 2
Connector compatible to Type 4 (MC4)
Tempered Glass 3.2 mm, high transmission, low iron
Frame (Material, Corners, etc. ) 35mm thickness, Aluminum
|Electrical Data||Module Size||Weight||Number of cells series|
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