Hanwha Q-Cells offers new mono solar module series
The new solar modules combine monocrystalline wafers with Hanwha Q-Cells “Engineered in Germany” Q-Antum cell technology. The Q-Peak module series is now available for European customers in two variations: as Q-Peak-G4.1 with black frame and white back sheet and as the all black Q-Peak BLK-G4.1.
The Q-Peak-G4.1 comes in power classes ranging from 295 watts to 305 watts and efficiencies of up to 18.6 percent, making it highly attractive for residential customers. Power classes for Q-Peak BLK-G4.1 range from 285 watts up to 295 watts, with efficiencies of up to 18 percent. Both Q-Peak modules belong due to Hanwha to the most powerful 60 cell solar modules in the industry.
The Q-Peak series combines power classes, leading to low levelised cost of electricity (LCOE) for customers. Moreover, a special Anti LID Technology protects Q-Peak modules against the power loss through Light-Induced Degradation (LID). LID is a common effect leading to power losses in the early operation lifetime of conventional monocrystalline solar modules. Q-Peak modules also feature excellent stability and are tested for wind loads up to 4,000 pascal and snow loads up to 5,400 pascal. At the same time the frame design has been optimized with a frame height of 32 millimeters, leading to ten percent reduction on logistics and storage cost compared to the previous G3 generation. The modules weigh only 18.8 kilograms, making them easier to handle during installation. (nhp)
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