Sunbond Energy has unveiled a new line of its Pacific half-cut monocrystalline PERC modules. The series provides efficiencies of 19.83 per cent to 21.23 per cent with power outputs that range from 520 W to 550 W. The modules are constructed using 144 half-cut M10 cells and ten busbars. The short-circuit current is between 13.35 A and 13.90 A, and the open-circuit voltage is between 49.15 V and 49.45 V. The modules weigh 28.5 kg and have dimensions of 2,300 mm x 1,140 mm x 40 mm. They consist of high transmittance anti-reflective glass, an anodized aluminium frame with a twin wall shape, a trilayer backsheet, low-shrinkage potential-induced degradation-resistant ethylene vinyl acetate encapsulation, and an IP67/68 junction box. The maximum system voltage is 1,500 V DC, and the temperature coefficient is -0.39 per cent per °Celsius.
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