mono panel SWE-M660 Series 255W

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SWE-M660-250/255/260/265/270
MONO CRYSTALLINE SOLAR MODULE

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High module efficiency and stable power output base on leading process technology

Outstanding electrical performance under high-temperature or low-irradiance conditions

Ease of installation and applications due to the innovative engineering design

Rigorous quality control meets the highest internationalstandard

Added Value From Warranty

High module efficiency up to 16.60%

Positive power tolerance: 0/+5W

Robust frame to up to 5400Pa load

Self-cleaning surface

Anti-PID technology

Hot-Spot protect

Anti-Reflective glass

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Electrical Characteristics @ STCSWE-M660-250SWE-M660-255SWE-M660-260SWE-M660-265SWE-M660-270
(STC:standard Test Conditions)     
Max. Power (PMAX) [ Wp ] 250255260265270
Power Output Tolerance (PMAX) [ Wp ] 0/+5 0/+5 0/+5 0/+5 0/+5
Max. Power Voltage (VMPP) [ V ] 30.630.830.931.231.4
Max. Power Current (IMPP) [ A ]8.178.288.428.58.6
Open-Circuit Voltage (VOC) [ V ] 37.637.837.938.238.4
Short-Circuit Current (ISC) [ A ]8.78.969.19.199.28
Module Efficiency (ŋm) [ % ]15.415.71616.316.6

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