20W Mini Monocrystalline Solar Panel CNBM

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Mini   Monocrystalline  Solar Panel  with 18W

20W Mini   Monocrystalline  Solar Panel  CNBM

 

 

Monocrystalline Solar Modules

We offers a range of small, medium and large monocrystalline solar modules, designed for a range of requirements.

Specifications:

Tolerance

+/- 3%

Cell

Monocrystalline silicon solar cells 
(125 x 125mm)

N0. of Cells

72 (12 x 6)

Dimension of Modules (mm)

1581 x 809 x 40

Weight (kg)

15.5

Limits:

Operating Temperature

-40~+85?

Storage Temperature

-40~+85?

Maximum System Voltage

1000 VDC max.

Hail Impact

Diameter of 28mm with impact speed of 86km/h

Temperature and Coefficients:

NOCT

48C+/-2?

Voltage temperature coefficient (%/K)

-0.34

Current temperature coefficient (%/K)

0.09

Power temperature coefficient (%/K)

-0.37

Characteristics:

Model:

SGM-160D

SGM-165D

SGM-170D

Max-power voltage Vmp (V)

34.5

35.4

35.8

Max-power current Imp (A)

4.64

4.66

4.75

Open-circuit voltage Voc (V)

41.75

43.6

43.32

Short-Circuit Current Isc (A)

5.32

5.08

5.38

Max-power Pm(W)

160

165

170

 

Model:

SGM-175D

SGM-180D

SGM-185D

Max-power voltage Vmp (V)

36.1

36.2

36.2

Max-power current Imp (A)

4.85

4.97

5.11

Open-circuit voltage Voc (V)

43.68

43.8

44.8

Short-Circuit Current Isc (A)

5.49

5.48

5.51

Max-power Pm(W)

175

180

185

STC: Irradiance 1000W/m2, Module temperature 25?, AM=1.5

 

Monocrystalline Solar Panels Specifications Range

Maximum Power (Pm)

Dimension

Weight

Operating Voltage (Vmp)

Operating Current (Imp)

Open Circuit Voltage (Voc)

Short Circuit Current (Isc)

3W

158x241x25mm

0.5kg

8.5V

0.36A

10.5V

0.4A

4W

308x166x25mm

0.77kg

8.5V

0.47A

10.5V

0.54A

4W

308.x166x25mm

0.77kg

16.8V

0.24A

21V

0.27A

5W

296x215x25mm

0.3kg

16.8V

0.48a

21V

0.54A

10W

286x406x25mm

1.5kg

16.8V

0.59A

21V

0.66A

12W

286x406x25mm

1.5kg

16.8V

0.71A

21V

0.8A

14W

286x541x25mm

2kg

16.8V

0.83A

21V

0.96A

16W

286x541x25mm

2kg

17.2V

0.93A

21.5V

0.99A

18W

296x541x25mm

2.4kg

18.8V

1.07A

21V

1.2A

20W

296x641x25mm

2.4kg

17.2V

1.15A

21.5V

1.24A

24W

541x451x25mm

3.15kg

16.8V

1.14A

21V

1.56A

26W

541x451x25mm

3.15kg

17.2V

1.51A

21.5V

1.63A

30W

296x966x25mm

3.85kg

16.8V

1.78A

21V

2.03A

36W

541x641x35mm

4.7kg

16.8V

2.14a

21V

2.4A

40W

541x641x35mm

4.7kg

17.2V

2.33A

21.5V

2.5A

55W

1057x457x35mm

6.6kg

17.6V

3.12A

21.6V

3.3A

70W

546x1196x35mm

8.5kg

16.8V

4.15A

21V

4.7A

75W

546x1196x35mm

8.5kg

17.2V

4.36A

21.5V

4.8A

80W

546x1196x35mm

8.5kg

17.6V

4.55A

21.6V

4.9A

110W

1066x811x40mm

11.8kg

17.6V

6.25A

21.6V

6.6A

150W

1066x811x40mm

14kg

34.4V

4.36A

43.2V

4.7A

 

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