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1.Widely using of the most popular and mature type of modulesfor on-grid system.
2.Specifications subject to technology and test conditions,GSUN Solar reserves the right of final interpretation.
3.Leading manufacturing technology in PV industry, strictly controlling the quality of raw materials and the process of producing.
4.100% EL inspection, ensures modules are defects free.
5.Cells binned by current to improve module performance.
6.Anti reflective glass. Not only to increase the light absorption, but also to make the module has the function of self-cleaning in water environment, effectively reducing the power loss caused by dust.
7.Outstanding performance in low-light irradiance environments.
8.Excellent mechanical load resistance: Certified to withstand high wind loads(2400pa) and snow loads(5400pa).
9.High salt and ammonia resistance.
10.Positive power tolerance:0-+5w.
Temperature Coefficients of Isc (%/℃)
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Temperature Coefficients of Pmp (%/℃)
Max Power Current Imp(A)
Open Circuit Voltage Voc（V）
Short Circuit Current Isc(A)
Max Power Pm(W)
1655 x 992 x 40 mm
No. of Cells and Connections
60 (6 x 10)
Monocrystalline Cell 156 x 156 mm
624 Pcs/40ft(H) Container
5 years product warranty
10-years 90% of Min. rated output power,and 25-years 80% of Min. rated output power warranty
ISO 9001:2008：Quality management systems
TUV and UL
IDCOL for Bangladesh
- High efficiency, multicrystalline silicon solar cells with high transmission and textured glass deliver a module effi ciency of up to 16.0%,minimizing installation costs and maximizing the kWh output of your
system per unit area.
- Tight positive power tolerance of 0W to +5W ensures you receive modules at or above nameplate power and contributes to minimizing module mismatch losses leading to improved system yield.
- Top ranking in the “TÜV Rheinland Energy Yield Test”
FAQ:Why install a Solar PV system?
There are many reasons to install a Solar PV system now:
As a low risk investment the returns of between 8-10% net are hard to beat especially during this financial downturn where bank interest rates are below inflation (i.e. money in a savings account even with interest added is actually reducing in value).
Its good for the environment. Installing a small domestic system of around 1.5 kW would provide around 1125 kWh of electricity every year, this would save around half a tonne of CO2 annually.
Electricity can be supplied at the point of use. Reducing strain on our national grid network.
The system will run silently and so will cause minimal disruption.
There is very little maintenance required for a PV system.
After the initial installation costs, there are no further fuel costs.
PV systems are modular, and can be added to at any time.
FAQ:How long will a Solar PV system last?
The MCS accreditation scheme means that all panels installed under the scheme by approved agents will continue to generate for at least 25 years. Over this time their output will diminish slightly but they should still perform at 85% at the 25 year mark according to the scheme rules. Manufacturers have invested heavily to ensure their products meet and in most cases exceed these target
FAQ:How much will I need to Power my Home?
The electrical output of a PV cell is dependent upon the intensity of the light to which it is exposed. So PV cells will tend to generate more electricity on bright days than when skies are overcast. However, photovoltaics do not need to be in direct sunlight to work, so even on overcast days a PV cell will generate electricity. Actually the best conditions for Solar PV are bright cold days as lower temperatures actually tend to slightly increase the efficiency of PV panels. The UK also benefits from comparatively mild winters, where periods of extended snow cover are highly unusual. This is part of the reason why, despite our latitude being relatively high, most of the UK still has good solar PV generation capabilities.
FAQ:How much Power can I expect to get from my Solar PV’s?
Typically an installed 1kWpk array will produce 800kWh/year. 2kWpk will produce 1600kWh/year and so on.
Why are PVs rated in kWpk rather then kilowatts?
kWpk means the power expected to be generated under the comparatively ideal conditions known as STC. In other words, a 100Wp panel will produce a maximum of 100W in peak (STC) conditions - this is equivalent to a bright sunny midsummer day in the UK.
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