Photovoltaic power systems are well suited to provide electrical energy in areas where local utility power is either unreliable or unavailable. Telecommunications power, oil and gas applications, cathodic protection (CP) systems, solar powered traffic signaling, and utility grid backup power are typical industrial applications for solar panels. Recreational vehicles (RV), boats, campers, sailboats, and people on the go can benefit from photovoltaic generated power. A large segment of the marine market depends upon solar panels to generate electricity when away from the dock. Solar panels are one of the best alternatives for people who wish to live beyond the reach of conventional electric power.
|Maximum Power (Watts)||245||215||140||135||20||10|
|Rated Voltage (VDC)||29.8||26.6||17.7||17.7||16.9||16.9|
|Rated Current (Amps)||8.23||7.6||7.91||7.63||1.2||.60|
|Output Current w/MPPT (amps)*||14.7||9.72||9.35||1.3||6.8|
*Based on a nominal 12 Volt system using an MPPT charge controller in place of a regular charge controller.
Kyocera has perfected the 15 cm x 15 cm (approximately 6" x 6") multi-crystalline solar cell, with conversion efficiency over 14%. The KC series solar modules incorporates EVA pottant PVA backing laminated to tempered glass, assembled in an anodized and clear coated aluminum frame. A large solid terminal block allows for firm connections and easy paralleling of panels. All KC Series modules carry a Limited Warranty (1 year manufacturing/materials defect and 20 year Output Power (90%/80%)) and are UL and CUL (Canadian) listed. Click here for full Warranty Information.
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