none
none

MONOCRYSTALLINE SOLAR PANELS ARE SMALLER AND MORE EFFICIENT

22-02-2017
by 
in 

Available now in Australia and New Zealand from Soanar, the latest range of high-performance monocrystalline solar panels made by Powertech are much smaller, thinner, efficient and affordable than their predecessors.

Manufactured using 36 pieces of 156x156mm A-grade solar cells cut into defined sizes with four grid lines, the new panels provide excellent performance under low light conditions. And the use of a durable anodised aluminium frame and 3.2mm low iron tempered anti-reflective glass means that each panel can withstand harsh environmental conditions.

A hydrophobic surface coating enables the panels to resist dirt and dust, ensuring maximum light absorption and preventing needless power losses.

The junction box and bypass diodes prevent the panels from overheating and suffering from the “hot spot effect”. The entire range is easy to install with minimal ongoing maintenance and is compatible with industry standard inverters and mounting systems.

The range is available in seven sizes from 5 to 150W, and all models are covered by a 5 year warranty for defects in construction and manufacturing. The electrical output is guaranteed to remain above 80% of its original rated output for a period of 25 years.

Soanar
1300 365 551
www.soanar.com

Related news & editorials

  1. 20.02.2018
    20.02.2018
    by      In
    Turck has developed a novel protocol that enables high-density networking with I/O resource constrained PLCs. The Backplane Ethernet Extension Protocol (BEEP) can be used to network up to 33 devices and link them to a PLC on a single connection using a single IP address.
    The first device in the I/O... Read More
  2. 20.02.2018
    20.02.2018
    by      In
    Ham and salami producer D’Orsogna is expanding its business on the east coast, opening a $41 million facility in Melbourne’s north.
    In what was one of the biggest industrial deals in Melbourne in 2017, D’Orsogna has signed up to build a 10,858-square-metre manufacturing plant on 3 hectares at... Read More
  3. 20.02.2018
    20.02.2018
    by      In
    Satellite communications company Myriota is set to open an Internet of Things laboratory to help meet the demand for its technology.
    The $2.72 million laboratory will be located in the CBD of Adelaide to allow the company to integrate its ultra-low-cost satellite IoT solution into a wide range of... Read More
  4. 20.02.2018
    20.02.2018
    by      In
    After almost a century, the UK’s most iconic tool brand has arrived in Australia. Hartech Tools has been appointed the exclusive Australian wholesale distributor to launch and build Draper Tools in the Australian marketplace.
    Draper Tools was started in 1919 when the founder, Bert Draper, sold... Read More