What is the Difference between Monocrystalline and Polycrystalline Panels?
Monocrystalline and Polycrystalline are solar cells that are made from crystalline silicon. Though both are similar, the more expensive mono solar panels are generally regarded to have higher efficiency and longer life than their poly panel counterparts.
Why Go Solar?
Solar "photovoltaic" panels use the power of the sun to generate electricity and can be used in a variety of applications from calculators to home appliances. Solar panels provide power through batteries at off grid and isolated locations and are widely used in critical telecommunications and telemetry applications. Solar panels enable rapid installation of equipment at remote sites, either temporary or permanent, avoiding the costs and inconvenience of grid connection. They are designed for very low maintenance and longevity.
The monocrystalline solar panels ensure a high degree of energy transfer efficiency, with bypass diodes to minimize the effects of shadows.
The monocrystalline panels have a light-weight design, with a anodized aluminium frame for secure and convenient installation. They are durable and waterproof, making them ideal for both portable and permanent installations.
Features and Benefits:
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|Current at max power [Imp]||8.85A|
|Max short circuit current [Isc]||9.37A|
|Max system Voltage||DC 1000V|
|Maximum Power Voltage [Vmp]||DC 31.1V|
|Open Circuit Voltage [Voc]||DC 39.7V|
|Dimensions||1650 x 992 x 35mm|
|Warranty||10 years (installation conditions apply)|