50W 9bb Monocrystalline Solar Panel featuring PERC Cell technology and 9 Busbars (9bb), including 90cm cables, MC4 connectors, and a black frame.
- 430 x 680 x 35mm
- Manufactured according to International Quality (ISO9001)
- Certifications and standards: IEC61215, IEC61730, Class C fire rating conformity to CE
- Strong aluminum frames which can bear snow loads up to 5400Pa and wind loads of up to 2400Pa
- Excellent performance under low light environments
- Waterproof IP67 Junction box
- Max-Power (Pm) : 50W
- Power Tolerance : +0~+3W
- Max-Power Voltage (Vm) : 19.5V
- Max-Power Current (Im) : 2.57A
- Short-Circuit Current (Isc): 2.84A
- Open-Circuit Voltage (Voc) : 23V
- Max-System Voltage: 1000V(IEC)VDC
- Glass: High Transmission, Low Iron, Tempered, 3.2mm thick
- Cable: IP67, TUV certifed, 4mm2 diameter, 900mm long
For fixed applications such as tiny homes, batches, and houses our fixed panels come with
- 10 years for product defects in materials and workmanship
- 25 years for 80% of warranted minimum power.
- 5 Year Marine and vehicle warranty
Explanation of solar terminology & technology:
At LUX Solar we only source mono crystalline panels as they offer the highest efficiency. Mono-crystalline panels are manufactured from a single rod of silicon thus the crystal structure inside the silicon is uniform, with very few impurities. Polycrystalline panels on the other hand are made up of smaller crystal structures that introduce grain boundaries in each solar cell. This causes inefficiencies in the conduction of electrons due to defects associated with the crystal boundary.
Passivated Emitter and Rear Cell (PERC) technology is a solar technology that improves light capture near the rear surface of solar panels and optimizes electron capture. Although it was first invented in the 1980s by the University of New South Wales, Australia, it has only recently been successfully commercialized at scale.
9BB (9 Busbar):
Busbars conduct the power generated by solar cells when they are hit by photons. 9BB means there are nine busbars in each solar cell. Early solar panels used to be only 2 busbars, but as technology evolves, the solar industry has been increasing the number of busbars in solar panels to reduce internal resistance losses and increase cell efficiency. In short, 9BB solar cells provide greater long-term reliability and performance compared to solar cells with a lower number of busbars.