SOLAR PANELS MODULE FOER BEST QUALITY IN CHINA

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 250 Number of Cells(pieces): 60

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1. Structure of Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Panel Type CR290P-CR250P

Solar modules, which are widely used in ground mounted utility-scale PV plants, large-scale and small civil and commercial power generating system such as BIPV combined to the grid, roof-mounted PV power system, rural electrification, communications, emergency auxiliary power.

Solar PV module is comprised of some solar cells which are connected in serial with high efficiency and enhanced reliability.

SOLAR PANELS MODULE FOER BEST QUALITY IN CHINA


Rated maximum power (Pmax)250W
Open circuit voltage (vOC)45.43
Short circuit current (Isc)5.56
Maximum power voltage (Vmp)37.94
Maximum power current (Imp)5.24
Cell efficiency (%)18.00%
Max system voltage (VDC)1000V DC
Temperature coefficient of Vm-0.241%/K
Temperature coefficient of Im0.033%/K
Temperature coefficient of power-0.37%/K
Maximum Series Fuse Rating10A
Solar cell and configuratiou72pcs(6*12)in series,125*125mm monocrystalline



module mismatch losses leading to improved system yield.

 

RELIABILITY

- Tests by independent laboratories prove that Solar modules:

 Fully conform to certifi cation and regulatory standards.

 Withstand wind loads of up to 2.4kPa and snow loads of up to 5.4kPa, confi rming mechanical stability.

 Successfully endure ammonia and salt-mist exposure at the highest severity level, ensuring their performance in adverse conditions.

 


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