50W Poly solar Panel Home Small Solar Panel CNBM

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Polycrystalline Solar Modules

CNBM offers a range of small, medium and large polycrystalline solar modules, designed for a range of requirements.

 

 

50W  Poly solar Panel Home Small Solar Panel CNBM

50W  Poly solar Panel Home Small Solar Panel CNBM

 

Specifications:

Tolerance

+/-3%

Cell

Polycrystalline silicon solar cells (156 x 156mm)

N0. of Cells

60 (10 x 6)

Dimension of Modules (mm)

1650 x 990 x 40

Weight (kg)

25.5

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)

-0.35

Current temperature coefficient (%/K)

0.05

Power temperature coefficient (%/K)

-0.45

Characteristics:

Model:

SGM-200P

SGM-210P

SGM-220P

Max-power voltage Vmp (V)

29.2

29.4

29.41

Max-power current Imp (A)

6.85

7.14

7.48

Open-circuit voltage Voc (V)

36.5

36.69

36.9

Short-Circuit Current Isc (A)

7.28

7.6

7.93

Max-power Pm(W)

200

210

220

 

Model:

SGM-230P

Max-power voltage Vmp (V)

29.8

Max-power current Imp (A)

7.72

Open-circuit voltage Voc (V)

37.31

Short-Circuit Current Isc (A)

8.19

Max-power Pm(W)

230

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

Poly Crystalline Solar Panels Specifications Range

Maximum Power (Pm)

Dimension

Weight

Operating Voltage (Vmp)

Operating Current (Imp)

Open Circuit Voltage (Voc)

Short Circuit Current (Isc)

0.45W

140x80x10mm

0.08kg

3.3V

150mA

4.6V

160mA

1.0W

162x140x10mm

0.16kg

7.5V

150mA

10.3V

160mA

4.5W

269x251x23mm

0.8kg

16.5V

0.27A

20.5V

0.3A

10W

420.1×268.9×22.6mm

1.92kg

17.5V

0.58A

20.5V

0.6A

20W

425x502x50mm

3.0kg

16.8V

1.19A

21.0V

1.29A

30W

593x502x22.6mm

3.9kg

16.8V

1.78A

21.0V

1.94A

40W

655x537x50mm

5.75kg

17.3V

2.31A

22.1V

2.54A

50W

839x537x50mm

6.0kg

17.5V

2.9A

21.8V

3.17A

65W

1111x502x50mm

7.2kg

17.6V

3.69A

22.1V

3.99A

80W

1204x537x50mm

7.7kg

17.6V

4.55A

22.1V

4.8A

 

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