folding mono/poly crystalline sillicon solar panels,solar panel price cnbm

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Place of Origin:

China (Mainland)

Brand Name:

cnbm

Model Number:

XD folding solar panel

Material:

mono/poly crystalline sillicon

Number of Cells:

36~72 picecs

Max. Power:

10/20/40/60w

Certification:

CE/RoHS

Manufacturer:

Yes

Materia:

silicon pellet

Kind:

mono or poly crystal solar panels

Colour:

blue and black



Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:Natural with carton box
Delivery Detail:15days after payment

 

XY156 SERIES

HIGH QUALITY&EFFICIENCY MONO&POLYCRYSTALLINE PV MODULES / SOLAR PANELS

  The solar panel componets as follows:

 

1) Solar cell:High efficiency crystalline solar cell. Even if under the weak light,the solar module can produce maximum power output.

 

2) Tempered glass:Auti-reflecting coating and high transmission rate glass increase the power output and mechanical strength of solar module.

 

3) EVA and TPT:Using high quality EVA and TPT to prevent destroying and water.

 

4) Aluminum frame:Without screw,comer connection. 6 holes on the frame can be installed easily.

 

5) Junction box:IP65,Multi function junction box with water proof.

 

6) Sillicon rubber adhesive.

 

Technical Parameter & Electrical Parameter

Module Type

XY156-10

XY125-20

XY156-40

XY156-60

No.of cells and Connection

36pcs

36pcs

36pcs

72pcs

Max.Power(Pm)

10W

20W

40W

60W

Open Circuit Voltage(Voc)

21.6V

22.1V

22.1V

21.6V

Operating Voltage(Vpm)

18V

18.5V

18.2V

18V

Short Circuit Current(Isc)

0.61A

1.3A

2.5A

3.6A

Operating Current(Ipm)

0.55A

1.2A

2.4A

3.3A

Max.System Voltage(V)

1000V

1000V

1000V

1000V

Module Operating Temperature

-45°C-+85°C

-45°C-+85°C

-45°C-+85°C

-45°C-+85°C

Performance Tolerance

±5%

±5%

±5%

±5%

Standard Test Conditions(STC):25°C,1KW/m*m,AM1.5

Volumetric Table

Dimension(L*W*H)

280*340*18mm

530*340*25mm

660*510*25mm

660*760*30mm

Weight

1.3KG

2.6KG

4.6KG

5.5KG

Area/m*m

0.16

0.21

0.35

0.41

Qty/40'CTN

5400PCS

4320PCS

2160PCS

1728PCS

Temperature Coefficients

Max.Power Temp.

-0.37%/°C

-0.37%/°C

-0.37%/°C

-0.37%/°C

Open Circuit Voltage Temp.

-0.34%/°C

-0.34%/°C

-0.34%/°C

-0.34%/°C

Short Circuit Current Temp.

0.09%/°C

0.09%/°C

0.09%/°C

0.09%/°C

Nominal Operating Cell Temp.

47°C

47°C

47°C

47°C

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