AEG releases 430W all-black TOPCon solar module with 22% efficiency



AEG offers three versions of its new all-black panels with outputs ranging from 420 W to 430 W and efficiency ranging from 21.5% to 22.0%. They have 108 half-cut monocrystalline cells with n-type technology.

“Their surface area is less than 2 square meters, making them ideal for both residential and commercial ceiling installations,” the manufacturer said. pv magazine.

There are three versions of the all-black panels with powers ranging from 420 W to 430 W and power conversion efficiency ranging from 21.5% to 22.0%. The breakdown voltage is between 38.17 V and 38.49 V and the short circuit current is between 14.15 A and 14.25 A.

AEG also offers versions with a silver or black body and a white back plate, with a power of up to 435 W. The dimensions of the panels are 1,722 mm x 1,134 mm x 30 mm and the weight is 20.5 kg. They feature 108 M10 semi-crystalline TOPCon cells measuring 182mm x 91mm.

“AEG TOPCon modules have excellent low-light performance and can simultaneously deliver higher outputs at higher temperatures thanks to an improved temperature coefficient of up to -0.30% per degree Celsius,” AEG said in a statement. “The use of PEO/EPE ensures the laminate’s strong chemical resistance and allows it to withstand a 2000-hour wet heat test.”

The new products can operate with a maximum system voltage of 1500 V and have IP68 junction boxes. Their operating temperature is -40 C to 85 C.

They have a 30-year linear power warranty and a 15-year product warranty. The annual degradation is claimed to be less than 0.4% and the 30-year final output is guaranteed to be at least 87.4% of the nominal output output.

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