(110W) CNBM Solar Polycrystalline 6 Series

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CNBM International Corp, established in 2004, is the business entity for trade and logistic of CNBM Group.With the advantages in Cement, Composite Materials, New Building Materials and Engineering, CNBM mainly concentrate on coal, steel and construction equipments and give priority to solar and wind energy development.CNBM International is highly recognized by its business partners and clients all over the world and has established good business relationship with the customers in over 120 countries and regions all over the world.



(110W)  CNBM Solar Polycrystalline 6 Series


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Max Power Voltage Vmp (V)17.4V
Max Power Current Imp (A)6.33A
Open Circuit Voltage Voc (V)22.4V
Short   Circuit Current Isc (A)6.87A
Max Power Pm (W)110W
Temperature Coefficient of Cells
Temperature Coefficients of Isc (%/)0.06%
Temperature Coefficients of Voc (%/)-0.33%
Temperature Coefficients of Pmp (%/)-0.45%
Mechanical Data
Type of Cells (mm)Poly156×117
NO.of Cells and Connections4×9=36
Operating Temperature–45°C to +80°C
Storage Temperature–45°C to +80°C
Max System Voltage700V



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