150wp Maximum Power Monocrystalline Solar Panel

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Material: Monocrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 150 Number of Cells(pieces): 72

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Key Specifications/Special Features

  • Single crystal

  • Maximum power: 150Wp

  • Maximum working voltage: 35.70V

  • Maximum working current: 4.16A

  • Open circuit voltage: 42.84V

  • Short-circuit current: 4.40A

  • Battery efficiency: 15.00%

  • Cell number: 72pcs (6 x 12mm)

  • Cell dimensions: 125 x 125mm

  • Solar panel dimensions: 1,580 × 808 × 35mm

  • Maximum system voltage: 1,000V

  • Operating temperature: -40 to 85°C

  • Surface maximum loading capacity: (surface can withstand themaximum pressure) 60m/s (200kg/sqm)

  • Allowable hail load (hail stress testing) steel ball fall downfrom 1m height

  • Weight of each solar panel: 16kg

  • Connection box type: PV-JB001 (TUV)

  • Cable type: with TUV mark

  • Cable length: 900mm

  • Output power tolerance: ± 3%

  • Frame material: aluminum

  • Standard test conditions (STC): 1,000W/m² AM1.525°C

  • 10 years product warranty and 25years 80% of power

  • Fill factor: e72%

  • Loading quantity:

    • 20-foot container: 37pcs

    • 40-foot container: 700pcs


150wp Maximum Power Monocrystalline Solar Panel


 


150wp Maximum Power Monocrystalline Solar Panel

Product Details

Electrical DataModule SizeWeightNumber of cells series
Nominal PowerMax-PowerMax-PowerOpen-CircuitShort-Circuit
VoltageCurrentVoltageCurrent
PmaxVMPPIMPPVOCISC
WVAVAmmKgpc
1017.20.5821.61.31340*254*171.236
2017.21.1621.61.93340*460*251.836
3017.21.7421.62.57350*670*30336
4017.22.3221.63.23450*670*303.536
5017.22.9121.63.86550*670*304.536
6017.23.4921.63.86603*670*305.336
7017.24.0721.64.51758*670*30636
8017.24.6521.65.17758*670*306.536
9017.25.2321.65.81935*670*306.736
10017.25.821.66.46935*670*306.736
11017.26.421.67.081061*670*35836
12017.26.9821.67.721161*670*358.636
13017.27.5621.68.41277*670*359.836
14017.2421.64.41480*670*3510.936
15017.24.1721.64.581480*670*3510.936
16034.44.6543.25.171480*670*3510.972
17034.44.9443.25.491172*983*3511.772
18034.45.2343.25.811172*983*3511.772
19034.45.5243.26.141260*983*3514.672
20034.45.8143.26.51260*983*3514.672
21034.46.143.26.851488*983*3514.672
22034.46.443.27.081488*983*3515.272


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