295W CNBM Solar Monocrystalline Series V (295W—305W)

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 295 Number of Cells(pieces): 72
Size: 1954 x 982 x 45

Product Description:

CNBM Solar Monocrystalline Series  V (280W—290W)

Characteristics

Max Power Voltage Vmp(V)     34.73535.5
Max Power Current Imp(A)   8.518.588.65
Open Circuit Voltage VocV4141.341.7
Short Circuit Current Isc(A) 9.259.39.35
Max Power Pm(W)       295300305



Temperature Coefficient of Cells

NOCT     45±2
Temperature Coefficients of Isc (%/)- 0.039
Temperature Coefficients of Voc (%/)–0.31
Temperature Coefficients of Pmp (%/) –0.42


Mechanical Data

Dimension     1954 x 982 x 45 mm
Weight   27.5kg
No. of Cells and Connections   72 (6 x 12)
Tolerance        –0.42
Cell Monocrystalline Cell     156 x 156 mm
Packing 528 Pcs/40ft(H) Container


Limits

Operating Temperature   –40 °C to +85°C
Storage Temperature   –40 °C to +85°C
Max System Voltage    1000VDC(IEC) / 600VDC(UL)

 

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295W CNBM Solar Monocrystalline Series V (295W—305W)

295W CNBM Solar Monocrystalline Series V (295W—305W)

295W CNBM Solar Monocrystalline Series V (295W—305W)


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295W CNBM Solar Monocrystalline Series V (295W—305W)

295W CNBM Solar Monocrystalline Series V (295W—305W)

Guarantees

Products Guarantee 12 yrs free from defects in materials and workmanship

Performance Guarantee No less than 90% within 10yrs and no less than 80% within 25yrs

Certificates TUV (IEC61215&IEC61730), VDE(IEC61215&IEC61730), UL, CE

 

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1. Q: Do you have your own factory?

    A: Yes, we have. Our factory located in Jiangsu province.

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