SxP48L, smooth surface, junction box on top, Solbian
1041 x 364 x 2mm, 0.6m cable with MC4 solar connectors
Only 2mm thin. Solbian SxP series are the lightest weight and highest output per square metre flexible solar panels available. They are walkable and resistant to the harsh operating conditions of the marine environment.
The polycrystalline solar cells used in the SXp series are electrically connected using ultra-thin copper wires that form a very fine mesh on the cell surface, resulting in thousands of contact points. This alternative to the standard bus-bar method allows a higher module power and increases the energy yield. This technology is optimally suited to flexible modules, due to its intrinsic insensitivity to microcracks, that are the most common cause of energy loss in solar modules. Another advantage is a reduced sensitiveness to shading, a quite important issue in marine and mobility applications. The new connection technology, together with the use of high efficiency polycrystalline silicon cells, makes SXp panels especially powerful and reliable.
- High resistance to mechanical stresses thanks to the thin wires thick mesh on the cell surface
- Flexible and lightweight (2.2 kg/m2)
- Completely waterproof and resistant to salt water
- Thin (less than 2 mm)
- IEC 61215 and IEC 61730 certified
- 5 year warranty against manufacturing defects
- Integrated bypass diodes to minimise output losses associated with partial shading
- Available with different front sheets, many fixing and electrical wiring options
- White, black or transparent back sheet
- Adaptable to any battery: from 5 to 48 volt, lead-acid or lithium
- Designed and manufactured in Italy
Product Function and Performance
|Vmp (Maximum power voltage)||6V|
|Voc (Open circuit voltage)||7.5V|
|Imp (Maximum power current)||8.1A|
|Isc (Short circuit current)||8.7A|
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5 year worldwide manufacturer's warranty. Power output for E20ô¸ cells is guaranteed by SunPower to be at least 90% of the rated output at Standard Test Conditions (STC) for ten years.