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Sharp 120Watt 12Volt Poly-crystalline Solar Panel


Sharp 120Watt 12Volt Poly-crystalline Silicon Solar Panel - ND-120T1

 

Sharp ND120T1 120Watt, 12Volt photovoltaic modules offer industry-leading performance, durability, and reliability for a variety of electrical power requirements. Using breakthrough technology perfected by Sharp's nearly 45 years of research and development, these modules use a textured cell surface to reduce reflection of sunlight and structure to improve conversion efficiency. An anti-reflective coating provides a uniform blue color and increases the absorption of light in all weather conditions.

 

Applications

 

  • Motor homes
  • Remote and grid connected housing, office buildings, solar villages, solar power stations
  • Radio repeater stations and beacons.

Features

 

  • High-power module utilizing 156mm square multi-crystal silicon solar cells with 12.6% module conversion efficiency.
  • Anti-reflective coating and BSF (Back Surface Field) structure to improve cell conversion efficiency.
  • Photovoltaic module incorporates bypass diodes to minimize the power drop caused by shading.
  • White tempered glass, EVA resin and a weatherproof film along with aluminum frame for extended outdoor use.
  • Multi-contact style output leads with waterproof connectors.
  • Sharp modules are manufactured in ISO 9001 certified facilities
  • Nominal 12VDC output for battery charging applications
  • Multi Contact (MC) Connector

Warranty

 

  • 25 Year Limited Warranty on power output

Technical Specifications

 

Max power - Pm 120 W
Open circuit voltage - Voc 21.3 V
Max power voltage - Vpm 17.1 A
Short circuit current - Isc 7.81 A
Max power current - Isc 7.02 V
Dimensions 1499 x 662 x 46 mm
Weight 14.0 kg

Quality and Safety

 

  • Sharp modules are manufactured in ISO 9001 certified facilities

PLEASE NOTE:
This is an archive page for information purposes only.
  • Model: ND-120T1
  • Shipping Weight: 14kg
  • Manufacturer:
    Sharp

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 30 November, 1999.

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