SUNMAN - eArche
eArche is a super flexible and ultra-thin solar panel that can be stretched along any exterior. Its applications include but are not limited to buildings facades, automobile mobile roofs and mobile power station. The product is made with composite material and 70% lighter than conventional solar panels, making it far less costly to transport and install.
Ultra-light: Through replacement of the glass and optimization
of the frame eArche weighs as 70% less than conventional PV panels.
Flexible: eArche combines a unique, patented material with other industry-leading technologies to produce superior flexible crystalline- silicon panel which can be installed on curved surface.
Aesthetics: Aesthetically pleasing design with patented materials and sophisticated manufacturing process results in a highefficiency, attractive panel, with no light pollution, PID-free operation and high levels of safety.
Easy Installation: eArche can reduce installation cost by up to 50% through the use of re-engineered components, ease of handling and faster installation.
Transportation: eArche’s innovative frame and low weight will very significantly reduce the cost of transportation.
Deployment: Ultra-light weight, flexibility and customizable size make eArche the best choice to change the way how solar is deployed in the market and bring added value to special applications.
Durability: eArche panels are certified to withstand maximum test load (2400 Pascal), while special materials and stringent quality control ensure panel longevity.
Benefits and reasons to use flexi panels
How do you benefit from using the flexible ultra-thin and ultra-light panels and what advantages it brings to you?
Find the answer in the video along with brief look on the technology of the future and compare advantages in comparison to standard photovoltanic panels.
Shortly, we bring you new installation methods on curved surfaces which brings you less installation and transport cost. Stay tuned!
Australian National Maritime Museum
Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM) strives to conserve the natural environment and protect the ocean. Driven by their desire to minimize their environmental impact, the ANMM began looking at solar in 2015, however, the roof of the building has penetration, 30-degree pitch and load-bearing issues meaning heavy conventional solar panels which require mounting that penetrate the roof could not be used.
Byron Bay Solar Train
Original product code: SMF100S-4x9UW
|Peak power (Wp)||100|
|MPP voltage (V)||19|
|MPP current (A)||5,27|
|Voltage without load (V)||23,5|
|Short-circuit current (A)||5,67|
|Efficiency of solar panel (%)||15|
|Number of cells||36|