Photovoltaic thin film flexible solar module 300W

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Place of Origin:

Guangdong China (Mainland)

Brand Name:

HUAYU

Model Number:

HYS-120WM36V

Material:

Monocrystalline Silicon

Size:

1196*669*35mm

Number of Cells:

72

Max. Power:

120W

Certification:

ISO/CE/TUV/UL

Application:

Home

Warranty:

20 years limited warranty on power

Solar Cell:

A-grade,high efficiency

Frame:

Aluminium Alloy

Glass:

Toughened Glass

EVA:

Highly Adhesive

Backsheet:

TPT/TPE(Block Humidity and Oxy Effectively )

Specification:

Normal

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:wood case and pallet
Delivery Detail:10 days

Specifications

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Principle of solar system

 

 

 

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A grade high efficiency solar cells. 
15 years limited warranty on material and workmanship 
20 years limited warranty onpower

 

Characteristics

Modules: HYS120WM-36V

Cell: Monocrystalline solar cells (156*61mm)

NO. of cell:  72(4*18)

Maximum power at STC(Pm): 120W

Open circuit voltage(Voc): 42.48V

Optimum operating voltage(Vmp): 35.2V

Short circuit current(Isc): 3.77A 

Optimum operating current(Imp): 3.40A

Dimension of module:     1196*669*35mm

Weight: 10kg

Certificate: ISO/CE/TUV/UL

 

STC:Irradiance 1000W/m2 ,Module temperature 25°C,AM=1.5                Blueprint of the module

 

 

Limits

Operating temperature: (-40 to +85°C)

Maximum System voltage: 1000VDC

 

 

Temperature and Coefficients

NOCT: (48±2)°C

Current temperature coefficients: (0.06±0.01)%/K

Voltage temperature coefficients: (-155±10)mV/K

Voltage temperature coefficients: (-0.5±0.05)%/K

NOCT:Nominal operation Temperature

 

 

Performance Warranty

15 years limited warranty on material and workmanship

20 years limited warranty on power output

 

 Output

Type of terminal: Junction box

Cable: LAPP(4.0mm2)

Asymmetrical lengths: 900mm

The publication summarises warranty and specifications which are subject to change without notice.

   

 

 

 

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Installing solar cells cost money. It would swamp the capital spending portion of the school budget. I doubt the school board would put it into the budget because of the cost involved. If they did I guarantee you that, when presented to the voters, they would turn down the budget. If you really want to do something, I suggest a fund raiser, but you are probably looking at raising more than $500,000. Good luck.
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