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SolarOne 180Watt 24Volt Monocrystalline Solar Module

Hanwha SolarOne (Formerly Solarfun) 180Watt Monocrystalline Solar Panel


High reliability, guaranteed quality and excellent pricing point makes Hanwha SolarOne panels a popular choice for home and commercial solar power systems. Formerly known by the name Solarfun, Hanwha SolarOne is an even stronger brand now through new alliances and has a global presence throughout Europe, North America, and Asia; offering regional technical and sales support.


This 180 watt monocrystalline solar panel offers an anti-reflective coating for high sunlight absorption and allowing for improved solar energy harvesting attributes.


Average cell efficiency for the module is 16.5%. The cells feature uniform alkaline surface texturing, silicon nitride anti-reflective coating, state-of-the-art silver contacts and are ISO 9001 quality standards and 14001 environmental standards certified.


Hanwha SolarOne are committed to industry sustainability and are a member of the PV Cycle end-of-life product recycling program. Due to the quality and popularity of its products, the company has announced plans to increase cell production capacity from 550 MW to 820 MW in 2011. 


Hanwha SolarOne 180Watt Solar Panel Specifications


Maximum Power (Pmax) 180W
Open Circuit Voltage (Voc) 44.3V
Short Circuit Current (Isc) 5.59A
Maximum Power Voltage (Vmp) 35.4V
Maximum Power Current (Imp) 5.11A
Module Efficiency (%) 14.1%
Tolerance +/-3%
Dimensions 1580mm x 808mm x 40mm
Weight  14KG
Electrical characteristics at Standard Test Conditions (STC), defined as: Irradiance of 1000W/m2, Spectrum AM 1.5, and temperature of 252C.


Hanwha SolarOne 180Watt Solar Panel Warranty


  • 25 years power warranty
  • 12 years product guarantee


SolarOne 180 Watt Monocrystalline Solar Module Downloads


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  • Model: SF160-180
  • Shipping Weight: 14kg
  • Manufacturer:
    Hanwha SolarOne

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 05 April, 2011.