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aleo S_18 Polycrystalline Solar Modules Perform Better Even Under Partial Solar Light

aleo Solar provides polycrystalline and monocrystalline solar modules for domestic as well as commercial use. The aloe S_18 is a polycrystalline module fitted with 60 polycrystalline silicon cells of 156 mm x 156 mm size. Each solar module is designed to offer good performance even under partial solar light.  The module has a tight output acceptance of -3%/+3% and strictly meets the positive module categorization (-0 W/+4.99 W) standards. The S_18 modules are available in output class ranges 210, 215, 220, 225 and 23 W.

The solar cells used in the module are firmly enclosed in UV-resistant EVA (ethylene-vinyl acetate). The frame of the module is made of corrosion resistant and fixed torque aluminum metal that provides stability and choice of mounting configurations. The top panels used in the module comprise a thermally pre-stressed solar glass to protect the solar cells from external influences and to offer good light transmission. The polymer back-sheet used in the module protects the module securely, thus assuring longtime usage. The bypass diodes fitted in the junction box prevents overheating of the solar cells. The two pre-installed 1-m solar cables and solar plugs existing in the module allow series connectivity between solar cells.

The solar module weighs 21 kg and has a dimension of 1660 mm x 990 mm x 50 mm.  The solar module meets the requirements of IEC/EN 61215 and IEC/3N 61730 standards required for class II type protection. The modules offer a power guarantee of 90% up to 10 years and 80% up to 25 years.

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