New Delhi-based Gautam Solar has unveiled G2X series bifacial modules at Elecrama 2023. The modules are available in peak power outputs ranging from 520 W to 550 W, with with front side conversion efficiencies between 20.11% and 21.27% under standard temperature conditions. Open-circuit voltage is 48.83-49.48 V, and short-circuit current is 13.55 A to 13.92 A.
The rear side offers a 10-30% additional gain in power generation.
The modules also feature an IP68-rated split junction box with an individual bypass diode and an anodized aluminum alloy frame. The module can be used with operating temperatures of between -40 degrees Celsius and 85 degrees Celsius and its operating temperature coefficient is -0.30% per degree Celsius.
The modules are ALMM approved. The ALMM list includes eligible models and manufacturers of solar modules that comply with the Bureau of Indian Standards.
Each module is built with 144 monocrystalline half-cells and ten busbars. It measures 2,280 mm x 1,134 mm x 35 mm and weighs 27.1 kg.
Currently, Gautam Solar has a module manufacturing capacity of 400 MW, which it is expanding to 1 GW.
Elecrama 2023 also saw the launch of solar panels by Ghaziabad-based Servokon, a manufacturer of power conditioning equipment and transformers in the Indian market. Currently, the company has a 1 MW/annum production capacity and plans for expansion in Uttar Pradesh.
The company unveiled 165 W to 545 W modules, both in poly and mono half-cut. It is also venturing into offering complete solar kits comprising solar panels, batteries and inverter.
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