665W PSC SOLAR UK (9BB Half Cell) MONO/PERC SOLAR PANEL
- Solar cell: 9BB PERC mono 166mm
- Number of cells: 132
- Power range: 640W-665W
- Size: 2384x1303x35mm (93.86×51.30×1.38inches)
- Weight :34Kgs
- Certificate: TUV, CEC, CE, ISO
Rated Life: 30 years
- Efficiency 20.8% – 28%
ADVANCED PERFORMANCE & PROVEN ADVANTAGES
High module conversion efficiency up to 21.41% by using innovative Half-cell design
and Multi-busbar(MBB) cell technology.
Low temperature coefficient and excellent performance under high temperature and
low light conditions.
Robust aluminum frame ensures the modules to withstand wind loads up to 2400Pa
and snow loads up to 5400Pa.
High reliability against extreme environmental conditions (passing salt mist,
ammonia and hail tests).
Potential induced degradation (PID) resistance.
IEC 61215, IEC 61730, CE
ISO 9001:2015: Quality management system
ISO 14001:2015: Environmental management system
ISO 45001:2018: Occupational health and safety management system
What are Half Cell Modules?
Traditional full cell panels ( 60 cells) are made with 60 or 72 cells on the entire panel. A half-Cell module doubles the number of cells into 120, 144 or 166 cells per panel. The panel is the same size as a full cell panel but with double the cells. By doubling the number of cells this technology creates more avenues to catch energy from sunlight to send into the inverter.
Essentially, Half-Cell technology is the process of cutting cells into half, reducing resistance so efficiency can increase. Traditional full cell panels with 60 or 72 cells produce resistance which can lower the panel’s ability to produce more power. Whereas Half-Cells with 120, 144 or 166 cells have lower resistance which means more energy is being captured and produced. Half-Cell panels have smaller cells on each panel which reduces mechanical stresses on the panel. The smaller the cell the lesser chance of the panel micro cracking.
Moreover, Half-Cell technology provides higher power output ratings and are usually more reliable than traditional full cell panels.