Monocrystalline silicon AM275P-6-60 solar module

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A&M Solar which is an important Chinese solar photovoltaic manufacturing base. The company is professionally engaged in the research and development, manufacturing, sales and service of crystalline silicon solar modules and photovoltaic power generation system.. 

The company strictly accordance with implementation of ISO9001 international management system, and the products have received CE, TüV, IEC and other international certificates. The company insists on starting from the customer’s needs, to winning the marketing from the high quality goods and service, which has already set up the long term partnership with the most biggest companies in the solar industry. 

A&M Solar is committed to meet human’s huge demands for the low cost, high efficient green  and renewable energy, providing green power to human development with advanced solar technology and create our green life.

 

Monocrystalline silicon AM275P-6-60 solar module

 

 

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Well-trained and experienced staffs to answer all your questions in fluent English. 

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OEM & ODM, any your customized lightings we can help you to design and put into product.

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Distributorship are offered for your unique design and some our current models.

 

Data sheet

Maximum Power275W
BrandAM SOLAR
Cell Type(mm)Monocrystalline solar cell 156*156
Number of Cell(pcs)60(6*10)
Manufacture SiteChina
Open-Circuit Voltage (Voc)38.3V
Maximum Power Voltage (Vmp)31.0V
Short-Circuit Current (Isc)9.35A
Optimum Operating Current (Imp)8.87A
Power Tolerance0 ~ +5W
Module Efficiency16.9%
Dimensions(mm)1640*992*40
Weight(kg)19
BacksheetWhite
Frame ColorSilver
FrameAnodized Aluminum Alloy

 

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