Viridian Solar unveils roof-integrated solar panels with power of 335/340 W


From pv magazine International

U.K.-based manufacturer of roof-integrated solar panels, Viridian Solar, has added two new monocrystalline PERC half-cut panels with power outputs of 335 and 340 W to its Clearline fusion range of roof-integrated solar panels.

The company claims that the two products can be integrated with a clean, low-profile aesthetic through rapid installation which is claimed to take less than 45 minutes per kilowatt installed. “The two modules are designed and engineered at our headquarters in Cambridge, U.K. and manufactured by sub-contract partners in Asia,” a company spokesperson told pv magazine, without disclosing details on current manufacturing capacity.

The smallest device, called the PV16-335, has a power conversion efficiency of 20.7%, an open-circuit voltage of 42 V and a short-circuit current of 10.3 A. The biggest panel, dubbed PV16-340, features an efficiency of 21%, open-circuit voltage of 42.4 V and a short-circuit current of 10.4 A. The maximum system voltage is 1,000 V.

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