Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Module Type CR015M

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1. Structure of Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Module Type CR015M

Solar modules, which are widely used in ground mounted utility-scale PV plants, large-scale and small civil and commercial power generating system such as BIPV combined to the grid, roof-mounted PV power system, rural electrification, communications, emergency auxiliary power. Solar module is comprised of some solar cells which are connected in serial with high efficiency and enhanced reliability. The solar cells are laminated between sheets of ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) and high-clarity low-iron tempered glass, and  sealed by the silica gel in a anodized aluminum frame . The solar module has got the professional certificate as following:

 

Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Module Type CR015M

 

 2. Main Features of Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Module Type CR015M

  • High-efficient solar cells

  • High  transmissivity low-iron toughened glass

  • Anodized aluminum frame

  • Esthetic appearance, with stands high wind-pressure and snow load, and easy installation
  • water resistant junction box

  • 25 year power output warranty

 

  • 3. Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Module Type CR015M Images

 

Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Module Type CR015M

Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Module Type CR015M

4. Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Module Type CR015M Specification

 

solar cell dimension:       125mm*125mm;

 number of cells and connection:      6(4*9);

panel dimension:       440*288*30(mm)

per weight:     2.0KG

junction box type:        PV-GZX0502(1.5MM2)

cable asymmetrical lengths:    300mm(-) and 300mm(+)

 

MODEL

CR015M

Maximum Power (Pm)

15W

Open-circuit voltage (Voc)

21.2V

Short-circuit current (Isc)

0.88A

Volatage at Pmax (Vmp)

18.3V

Current at Pmax (Imp)

0.82A

Maximum system voltage

715VDC

Operating temperature

-40 to +85

Power tolerance

+5%

 5. FAQ

(1) Can you offer the test report of the module?

     Sure. All the solar modules must pass necessary tests including EL test and ultra-red test and other visual test of the apperance, and the test report presents all the detailed data of the modules.

(2) How  to confirm about the quantity and the type of solar module?

     It depends on the solar system where  you want to put into use the solar modules. We have experienced engineers to design for your order and you need to give more information to fix the details.

(3) How long will you deliver the solar modules?

     We need to purchase the materials according to the list confirmed by you and put into production, and  we will do our best to get your satisfaction.

 

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