Maximum Power (Pmax): 100W
Maximum Power Voltage (Vmp):18.00V
Maximum Power Current (Imp):5.56A
Open-Circuit Voltage (Voc): 22.50V
Short-Circuit Current (Isc):5.81A
Maximum System Voltage: DC1000V
Maximum Series Fuse:15A
Nominal Operating Cell Temp. (NOCT): -45 to 80℃
(The above data is based on the laboratory standard test environment)
For field connections, use minimum No.12AWG copper wires insulated for a minimum 90℃
Standard Test Conditions:
AM=1.5 IRRADIANCE=1000W/m2 Temp.=25℃
(The size is manually measured and there is a certain error.）
The main feature is light, easy to carry, and small space occupation.
Due to the particularity of the material. Flexible solar panels are not recommended to be placed on the roof or outdoors for a long time.
If placed on a caravan. Need to use high temperature resistant glass glue to isolate the high temperature of the surface.
The internal structure of flexible solar panels is relatively fragile, so long-term outdoor use is not recommended.
Lightweight, suitable for camping and travel.
Solar panels can be stored when they are not working.
Flexible solar panels cannot directly contact the surface of the roof.
The high temperature resistant cotton glue needs to be pasted under the solar panel to isolate the high temperature of the roof.