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• High module efficiency up to 15.00%
• Positive power tolerance 0/+5W
• Robust frame to up to 5400Pa load
• Self cleaning surface
• Hot-Spot protect
• Anti-Reflective glass

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Electrical Characteristics @ STCSWE-P636-130SWE-P636-135SWE-P636-140SWE-P636-145SWE-P636-150
(STC:standard Test Conditions)     
Max. Power (PMAX) [ Wp ] 130135140145150
Power Output Tolerance (PMAX) [ Wp ] 0/+5 0/+5 0/+5 0/+5 0/+5
Max. Power Voltage (VMPP) [ V ] 17.117.317.517.717.9
Max. Power Current (IMPP) [ A ]7.67.978.18.198.38
Open-Circuit Voltage (VOC) [ V ] 21.521.721.922.122.3
Short-Circuit Current (ISC) [ A ]8.668.688.718.728.73
Module Efficiency (ŋm) [ % ]1313.51414.515

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the last one has highest wattage. that will bring down the total number of panels you need to meet 40 KW. you probably need 220 panels
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