New bifacial solar panels designed for carports – PV Europe

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The new 370 W bifacial, dual glass framed panels are a response to growing market demand. Certified by DIBt, these modules are classified for use as overhead glazing. They are designed to withstand hail impacts (class 4), carry a fire class A rating, and can endure snow loads of up to 10,500 Pa and wind loads up to 5,400 Pa.

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The panels are comprised of 60 p-type monocrystalline M6-sized PERC cells, delivering a 370 watts of power output with an efficiency of 19.57 per cent. Each panel, measuring 1782 mm x 1061 mm x 35 mm and weighing 32 kilos, operates with an open-circuit voltage of 40.50 V and a short-circuit current of 11.18 A, supporting a maximum system voltage of 1,000 V.

30-year warranty

Equipped with a junction box rated IP 68 and a frame of black anodized aluminium, these panels are designed for longevity and robust performance. The glass covering both sides of the module includes an antireflective coating on the front and float glass on the rear, suitable for operating temperatures between -40°C to 85°C, with a temperature coefficient of -0.32 per cent per degree Celsius.

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Solitek is backing these carport panels with a 30-year product warranty, guaranteeing that the end power output will not fall below 87 per cent of the nominal output power after 30 years. (mfo)

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