wholesale 250W Monocrystalline PV Solar Panel CNBM

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High Efficiency 250W Monocrystalline PV Solar Panel

 

wholesale 250W Monocrystalline PV Solar Panel CNBM

wholesale 250W Monocrystalline PV Solar Panel CNBM

 

Quick Details

Place of Origin:

China (Mainland)

Brand Name:

CNBM

Model Number:

XRP-156M-250W

Material:

Monocrystalline Silicon

Size:

1620x992x40mm

Number of Cells:

60

Max. Power:

250w

Optimum Operating Voltage (Vmp):

28.8V

Optimum Operating Current (Imp):

8.68A

Open Circuit Voltage (Voc):

36V

Short Circuit Current (Isc):

8.87A

Maximum Power at STC (Pmax):

250W

Operating Module Temperature:

-40 °C to +85 °C

Maximum System Voltage:

1000 V DC (IEC) / 600V DC (UL)

Maximum Series Fuse Rating:

15A

Packaging & Delivery

Delivery Detail:

two weeks after order confirmation

  

 Features:

1) High Module conversion efficiency, through superior manufacturing technology

2) 0 to +5W positive tolerance for mainstream products

3) Certified to withstand high wind loads and snow loads

4) Anodized aluminum is for improving corrosion resistance

5) Anti-reflective, Highly transparent, low iron tempered glass

6) Excellent performance under low light environment

 

 

Benefit:

 

25-year performance warrant

10-year Product warranty

 

 

Electrical Characteristics: 

Item No.

XRM-250W

Optimum Operating Voltage (Vmp)

28.8V

Optimum Operating Current (Imp)

8.68A

Open Circuit Voltage (Voc)

36V

Short Circuit Current (Isc)

8.87A

Maximum Power at STC (Pmax)

250W

Cell  Efficiency

 17.70%

Operating Module Temperature

   -40 °C to +85 °C

Maximum System Voltage

  1000 V DC (IEC) / 600V DC (UL)

Maximum Series Fuse Rating

15A

Power Tolerance

   0/+5 %

 

STC:  lrradiance 1000 W/m2, module temperature 25 °C, AM=1.5;

Best in Class AAA solar simulator (IEC 60904-9) used, power measurement uncertainty is within +/- 3%

 

Mechanical Characteristics:

 

No. of Cells

60(6X10)

Dimensions

1640x992x40MM

Weight

20.0KGS

Front 

Glass 4.0 mm  tempered glass

Frame

Anodized aluminium alloy

 

Temperature Characteristics:

 

Nominal Operating Cell Temperature (NOCT)

45±2°C

Temperature Coefficient of Pmax 

-0.44 %/°C

Temperature Coefficient of Voc

-0.33 %/°C

Temperature Coefficient of Isc 

 0.055 %/°C

 

  • Refer to the Wmp range

       Our factory can produce solar panel and solar module from 1.5W-290w (1.5w, 2.5w, 5w, 10w, 20w, 40w, 50w, 60w, 80w,   85w, 125w, 135w, 150w, 165w, 180w), according to customers requirement.

 

       (A). Wmp range: 0.01W-6W, to be sealed with epoxy resin on PCB (printed circuit board), or to be sealed in plastic directly.

       (B). Wmp range: 0.01W-15W, to be encapsulated with PET, on PCB (printed circuit board)

       (C). Wmp range: 1W-60W, to be encapsulated with PET, on stainless steel, with holes for assembling purpose.

       (D). Wmp range: 1W-290W, to be encapsulated with tempered glass, EVA, TPT, together with aluminium frame, junction box and (if necessary)diode and cable.

 

  • Refer to the material:

       Monocrystalline solar cell or polycrystalline solar cell

       Efficiency range 14%-17%, cell size 5/6.

 

 

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