CNBM Solar Mono 125mm Series solar panel (20W—25W)

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Mono-crystalline Solar Module Description:

Mono-crystalline solar module is the core part of solar power systems, as well as the most important part of the solar system. Mono-crystalline solar module consists of high efficiency crystalline silicon solar cell, super white cloth grain toughened glass, EVA, transparent TPT backboard and the composition of aluminum alloy frame. The function of Mono-crystalline solar module is to convert solar energy into electric energy, or sent to the storage battery, or promote work load. The quality of the solar energy battery components and cost will directly decide the quality and cost of the whole system.

 

CNBM Solar Mono 125mm Series solar panel  (20W—25W)

 

Data sheet

Characteristics
Max Power Voltage Vmp (V)17.8V-18.2V
Max Power Current Imp (A)1.13A-1.28A
Open Circuit Voltage Voc (V)22.2V-22.4V
Short   Circuit Current Isc (A)1.29A-1.61A
Max Power Pm (W)20W-25W
Temperature Coefficient of Cells
NOCT47±2
Temperature Coefficients of Isc (%/)0.06%
Temperature Coefficients of Voc (%/)-0.33%
Temperature Coefficients of Pmp (%/)-0.45%
Mechanical Data
Type of Cells (mm)Mono125×31.25
Dimension650×290×25mm
Weight2.2kg
NO.of Cells and Connections2×18=36
Limits
Operating Temperature–45°C to +80°C
Storage Temperature–45°C to +80°C
Max System Voltage700V

 

Solar cell module production process

Line called packaging line components, packaging is the production of solar cells a key step in the packaging process without a good, multi-well battery is also not a good component of production boards. Battery package not only the battery life is guaranteed, but also to enhance the combat strength of the battery. Product quality and high service life is to win can be the key to customer satisfaction, so the quality of components of the package board is very important.  

 

Process is as follows:  

1, the battery test

2, positive Welding - Inspection –

3, on the back of cascading - Inspection –

4, laying (glass cleaning, material cutting, glass pre-processing, laying) –

5, laminating –

6, to flash ( to the side, cleaning) –

7, fitted border (glue, loading angle keys, punching, install box, scrub I glue) –

8, the welding junction box –

9, high-pressure test –

10, component testing -- -

11 appearance inspection, packaging and storage;  

 

 

 

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