Solar module maker LONGi said it is launching a solar module for residential and commercial applications in the U.S.
The Hi-MO 5 54-cell module is based on the M10 182-mm-monocrystaline wafer. It will be available in early 2023, first as a monofacial module followed by a bifacial module planned for later in the year.
The Hi-MO 5 54-cell module is designed to provide power outputs up to 420W and maximum efficiencies of 21.5%. The monofacial module carries a 12-year warranty for materials and processing and a 25-year warranty for linear power output.
The bifacial module is expected to be a dual-glass design with a 12-year warranty for materials and processing and a 30-year warranty for linear power output.
The cell weighs around 50 pounds. China-based LONGi said it is compatible with standard module racking and mounting systems as well as with smart module-level power electronics (MLPE) devices such as Enphase microinverters and SolarEdge optimizers, as well as other string inverters.
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Author: Renewable Energy World