260W Mono & Poly 260W/ 265W/270W/ 280W/300W/310W High Efficiency Solar Module

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Item specifice:

Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 310 Number of Cells(pieces): 72

Product Description:

 Features

 

1) Product name: solar panel / module

2) Solar cell: Mono-crystalline / Poly-crystalline / Amorphous

3) Tempered glass laminated with aluminum frame

4) Life time: 20 - 25 years

5) Temperature co-efficiency:  A=+1,46mA B=-79mV, Rp/p=-0.43

6) Power specification at 1kW/m 2, AM 1, 5

7) Output cable: multi contact connectors

8) Construction:

     a) Front: High-transmission 32mm tempered glass

     b) Back: TPT

     c) Encapsulant: EVA

9) Frame: aluminum

10) Certification: CE, TUV

 

Specification

 

 STC

BSM230P-60

BSM235P-60

BSM240P-60

BSM245P-60

BSM250P-60

BSM255P-60

BSM260P-60

Maximum Power

230W

235W

240W

245W

250W

255W

260W

Module Efficiency

14.10%

14.35%

14.66%

14.96%

15.30%

15.60%

16.00%

Maxi Power Current

 7.62A

 7.72A

 7.895A

8.033A

8.23A

8.31A

8.47A

Maxi Power Voltage

29.5V

30.2V

30.4V

30.5V

30.4V

30.6V

30.7V

Short Circuit Current

8.31A

8.59A

8.718A

8.781A

8.81A

8.84A

8.93A

Open Circuit Voltage

36.8V

36.8V

37.2V

37.2V

37.6V

37.7V

37.8V

Power Tolerance

 

0~+5W

 

Values at Standard Test Conditions STC(Air   Mass AM1.5,Irradiance 1000W/,Cell   Temperature 25)

 

Mechanical Characteristics


Cell   Type                                                     

Polycrystalline 156x156mm,60(6x10)pcs in   series 

Glass

High Transmission,Low Iron,Tempered Glass

Frame                           

Anodized Aluminium Alloy

Junction   box                                                     

IP65/IP67 rated,with bypass diodes

Dimension

1640x990x35/40mm     

Output   Cable                                     

4mm2(EU)/12AWG(US),1000mm²

Weight                         

19Kg

Installation Hole Location

See Drawing Above

No.of Bypass Diodes

3/6

 

 

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260W Mono & Poly 260W/ 265W/270W/ 280W/300W/310W High Efficiency Solar Module

260W Mono & Poly 260W/ 265W/270W/ 280W/300W/310W High Efficiency Solar Module

260W Mono & Poly 260W/ 265W/270W/ 280W/300W/310W High Efficiency Solar Module

260W Mono & Poly 260W/ 265W/270W/ 280W/300W/310W High Efficiency Solar Module


 

 

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What is the packing?

1.Package: Carton Box for packaging, or Wooden Box advised  for Samples to protect in transportations. Package designed by Clients is welcomed.

2.Shipping: DHL,FEDEX,UPS,EMS,AirWay and By Sea. 

3.Payment: T/T( telegraphic transfer (T/T) and Western Union 

4.Welcome to your Sample Order to test First.

   

FAQ

 

Q1: How to choose a right inverter?

A1:Tell us your demand, then our sales will recommend a suitable inverter to you.

Q2: What's the different between inverter and solar inverter?

A2:  Inverter is only accept AC input, but solar inverter not only accept AC input but also can connect with solar panel to accept PV input, it more save power.  

Q3: How about the delivery time?

A3:  7 days for sample; 25 days for bulk order.

 

 

 


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