Solar Builder

JAN-FEB 2019

Solar Builder focuses on the installation/construction of solar PV systems. We cover the latest PV technology (modules, mounting, inverters, storage, BOS) and equip installers/contractors with tips and tools to make informed purchasing decisions.

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42 JA N UA RY / F E B RUA RY 2 0 1 9 Hanwha Hanwha's new Q.PEAK DUO BLK-G6 module will be assembled in the U.S. at Hanwha Q CELLS' new Dalton, Ga., module facility — the largest module manufacturing facility in North America — slated for completion in January. The 6x20 monocrystalline Q.ANTUM half-cell design allows for higher yield per surface area and higher power classes. The Q.PEAK DUO is ideal for residential applications. Warranty: 12-year product, 12-year linear performance. LONGi The combination of elements in LONGi's Hi-MO — a half-cut, p-type, monocrystalline PERC, bifacial module — is compelling. LONGi says the bifaciality results in a 10 to 25 percent higher yield at a cost similar to a monofacial PERC module. The bifaciality factor, which is the ratio of efficiency on the rear side as compared to the front, is upward of 75 percent. These are ideally suited for utility power plants and commercial rooftop applica- tions and areas with a greater surface albedo. Warranty: 30-year for extra linear power out- put, 10-year for materials and processing. Rated power 335 W Cell type Monocrystalline Q.ANTUM DUO Cell efficiency N/A Module efficiency 19% Short-circuit current 10.47 Open circuit voltage 40.41 Rated current 9.97 Rated voltage 33.62 Temperature coefficient -0.37% Quantity per pallet 32 Rated power 380 W (front) Cell type monocrystalline / half-cut / PERC / bifacial Cell efficiency 22.0% Module efficiency 18.9% (front side) Short-circuit current 11A Open circuit voltage 48.8 V Rated current 10.5A Rated voltage 40.5 V Temperature coefficient -0.37% Quantity per pallet 26 Module Buyer's Guide

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