RISEN Tier 1 Solar Panel Mono HalfCut PERC 390Wp, 120 Cells, Black, Pallet 36pcs
Shipping weight: 907.20 kg
Pallet of 36 units of Monocrystalline Tier 1 certified Solar Panel Mono HalfCut PERC with power of 390Wp and efficiency up to 21.1% (original product code: RSM40-8-390MB)
The featured panel has state-of-the-art 210mm cells, making it a leader in solar panel technology.
What is meant to be a solar panel producers of Tier 1?
The panels are produced by RISEN ENERGY company which is classified as a producer of Tier 1 solar panels.
Tier 1 solar panels are described as those which were supplied to six different projects and which were financed by non-recourse six different (non-development) banks in the past two years. If a manufacturer achieves tier 1 designation, that means that banks have deemed the manufacturer reliable enough to invest huge amount of money into.
The most prominent tiered system for solar manufacturers is by the Bloomberg New Energy Finance Corporation (BNEF) which came up with this tiered rating to communicate the bankability of solar panel manufacturers.
Maximum Power (Pmax) is 390Wp
Cell technology is Mono crystalline
Module efficiency is 21,1%
Open Circuit Voltage (Voc) is 40,69V
Number of Solar cells is 120
Color of the frame is Black
Weight is 21,0 kg
Dimmensions are 1754 * 1096 * 30
Connection cable with Risen Twinsel PV-SY02 connector (MC4 compatible)
.The panel is registered at the State Environmental Fund of the Czech Republic.
The panel is registered at the Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency of the Slovak Republic.
Monocrystalline black photovoltaic panel RIS-390MHC-B with peak power of 390Wp excels with unified black design (frame, covered busbars, cells)
and white back side
. The panel offers excellent power output throughout the complete sun spectrum, its durable frame, and structure is capable of holding heavy snow load up to 5400 Pa and Wind load up to 2400 Pa
The junction box is enclosed in the IP68 protective casing
increasing its long term weather resistance.
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Volt-ampere characteristic measurement result