170W Mono Cell PV Solar Panel, is a Tier One product, featuring outstanding performance and mechanical warranties. Delivered anywhere in New Zealand.
|Cell Type||Mono Crystalline Silicon, PERC*, Photo Voltaic Solar Cells|
|Dimension of Module (mm)||1,328H x 808W x 35D|
|Weight of Module||14kg|
|Maximum Power at STC* (PMAX)||170W|
|Open-Circuit Voltage (VOC)||36.4V|
|Short-Circuit Current (ISC)||6.33A|
|Voltage at PMAX (VMP)||30.6V|
|Current at PMAX (IMP)||5.58A|
|Maximum System Voltage||1000VDC|
|Operating Temperature||-40 to +85C|
Solar Selection Overview:
AA Solar has been supplying Solar Panels to the New Zealand market for over 20 years. Over this time we have used, researched and tested many solar panels from a variety of manufacturers and believe their range today are the best quality A Grade panels that can be found. Our extensive first-hand experience with these panels over the years evidence that these panels will perform as per specification over their 25 year life span. In addition AA Solar backs these products with warranties so our customers can enjoy the benefits and peace of mind knowing that your 170W Mono Cell PV Solar Panels can be relied on now and for many years to come.
- Nominal 12V DC for standard output.
- Outstanding low-light performance.
- Heavy-duty anodized frames.
- High transparent low-iron,tempered glass.
- Rugged design to withstand high wind pressure, hail and snow load.
- Great appearance
Getting the most from your 170W Mono Cell PV Solar Panel . Even with the best solar panels on the market getying the maximum energy production out of them requires the use of the correct solar charge controller. We recommend MPPT Solar Charge controllers over PWM. The main difference between two types of charge controllers is that the MPPT solar charge controller is more efficient than a PWM solar charge controller. Currently, the MPPT solar charge controller is the most common type of charge controller and can gain you up to 30% more power than the PWM controllers.
Another important aspect to maximising the performance of your panels is to keep them clean. We recommend a regular wash using simple washing up liquid and water.