Solaria Launches Two High-Efficiency Modules
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[Fremont, CA] Solaria recently announced the launch of its PowerXT-R 330 W and PowerXT-U 400 W modules. Solaria’s patented cell cutting and assembly methods form high-density substrings of rectangular mono-silicon cells that are larger than conventional solar cells. The cell shape and assembly approach minimizes inactive space between cells. Solaria developed its 320–330 W PowerXT-R modules for rooftop applications. The 330 W model has a module efficiency of 19.3%, a maximum power voltage of 36.6 Vdc and a maximum power current of 9.02 Imp. Solaria optimized its 390–400 W PowerXT-U models for tracked and fixed utility-scale PV plants. The 400 W model has a module efficiency of 19.03%, a maximum power voltage of 37.3 Vdc and a maximum power current of 11.4 Imp. Solaria backs its PowerXT modules with a 10-year product and 25-year linear power warranty.
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