NA-V135H1 135 W Thin Film Solar Module from Sharp Electronics

Sharp Electronics offers the NA-V135H1 135 W thin film solar module. The thin film photovoltaic cells used in this module utilizes amorphous silicon with a layer of microcrystalline silicon to realize stability and conversion efficiency. The temperature coefficient of the thin film used in NA-V135H1 is low thus allowing it to generate more energy than the crystalline silicon cell models. This feature comes handy in places where the local temperature is high.

NA-V135H1 135 W Thin Film Solar Module

The length × width × depth measurement of the Sharp Electronics NA-V135H1 135 W thin film solar module is 39.7 inches x 55.5 inches x 1.8 inches and weighs 42 lbs. The module uses a total of 1080 cells arranged 6 in parallel per quadrant for 4 quadrants. This solar module is designed to offer a maximum power of 135 W, a open circuit voltage of 249 V, a short circuit current of 0.870 A, voltage at maximum power as 188 V, current at maximum power as 0.720 A, and a module efficiency of 9.5%. This module offers a maximum system voltage of 600 VDC, a maximum mechanical load 1,600 Pa, and a series fuse rating of 2 A. The operating temperature range of the cell is rated as – 40 °C to +90 °C, and the storage temperature range is - 40 to +90 °C. The storage air humidity of this module is 90%.

The NA-V135H1 135 W Thin Film solar module utilizes a connection type 14 AWG Cable with MC-4 connector. This module is UL listed for 600 V systems.

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