390W Sunpro Monocrystalline M6 HJT Bifacial Solar Panel Photovoltaic Solar Panel
Bifacial or bifacial solar cells are solar cells that capture light from both the front and back. Depending on the light and location situation, solar cells on both sides achieve up to 60% higher efficiencies - this with less space consumption and saved materials.
What are the benefits of bifacial modules?
Bifacial (or bifacial) modules enable a higher solar yield with the same area. With conventional modules, only the sunlight that falls on the front can be used.
The "bifaciality factor" is a database specification of the PV module. Values between 0.7 and 0.8 (70 to 80%) are common. The factor indicates what percentage of the power incident on the rear can be used by the PV module to generate electricity.
Applications of monocrystalline solar cells
The solar panel can be used in many ways. Whether as a large-scale system for economical grid feed-in on single or multi-family houses or self-sufficient stand-alone systems without a grid connection. On mobile homes, boats, small gardens or small houses of all kinds. However, a battery is then required for this.
Monocrystalline solar cells from EPP Solar can be optimally used for all of these areas of application.
EPP Solar is committed to a sustainable future and offers electrical solutions for new and existing applications. We stand for particularly high-quality and particularly durable technology with EV products and accessories that meet your requirements.
Solar Deye SUN1600G3-EU-230 1600W-4 MPPT micro inverter
Higher Yields / Safe / Smart / Easy to Use
The SUN 1600 is a new generation grid-tied microinverter with intelligent networking and monitoring systems that ensure maximum efficiency. High efficiency, high reliability SUN 1300-2000G3 with 4 independent MPPT inputs, maximum AC output power reaches 2000W. It comes with 2pcs AC cables while parallel, great installation flexibility.
Intelligent surveillance platform
Thanks to the intelligent monitoring platform, Deye Full Series inverters support instantaneous remote shutdown in case of accidents, remote parameter setting and FW update, which facilitates the maintenance and upkeep of the PV system.
- quick shutdown function
- Degree of protection IP67, 10-year warranty Supported by
- reactive power communication
- 4 MPP trackers, module level monitoring
- Max. DC input current of 13A, suitable for 600W PV module
Hotspot Free Guarantee
The hot spot effect occurs when individual solar cells are in the shade within the series connection in the solar module. These shaded cells cannot generate any electrical voltage themselves and instead act like an electrical resistance, since they are operated in the blocking range of their current-voltage characteristic. The other cells connected in series continue to generate an electrical voltage. If this voltage exceeds the blocking voltage of the shaded cells, the blocking voltage is broken through and the full current flows. The voltage then drops like in an electrical resistance and is converted into heat, the cell can overheat to the point of destruction.
EPP - Energy Peak Power GmbH guarantees the free replacement of its modules if a hot spot occurs within the solar module. The guarantee is granted over the entire performance guarantee period of 25 years. The free exchange includes the shipment of a replacement module including the transport costs incurred.
Reliability & Certification
- Product guarantee: 12 years
- linear performance guarantee
- Hot Spot Free Guarantee
- German guarantee conditions
- 12 years: 90.7% power output
- 25 years: 80.2% power output
DURABLE AND MAINTENANCE-FREE: Our monocrystalline photovoltaic modules achieve a very high level of efficiency and the service life is at least 20 to 30 years. The maintenance effort is also very low, since there is hardly any wear on the solar module. The solar module is often used when there are space problems or statistical challenges.
SAFE AND INNOVATIVE: The technology of the monocrystalline photovoltaic solar module technology is considered one of the most advanced solar module technology. On average, it requires much less roof space to generate sustainable energy compared to other technologies. Provided with an IP65 protective device and therefore has a protection against accidental contact. Therefore, dust cannot penetrate and the electrical system is protected against water jets from all directions.
Frequently asked Questions:-
How does a balcony power plant work?
The balcony power plant system is a compact photovoltaic system. It consists of solar modules and a module inverter for feeding into your own electrical house supply network. Ideally, the module inverter is attached directly to the substructure of the solar module on the outside. The module is connected to the module inverter via standard plugs. Then the 230V output cable of the inverter is connected to any house socket. Complete. The difference to a large photovoltaic system, as we have known up to now, is that the electricity produced is not sold to the network operator at a high price, but is fed directly into your own electrical consumer network. This immediately reduces electricity costs, since the self-generated amount of electricity does not have to be purchased from the electricity supplier.
Why should I buy a balcony power plant?
Because it produces part of the electricity required in the household and thus significantly reduces the total expenditure on electricity. In addition, exactly this proportion is not produced in a coal/gas or nuclear power plant in a way that is not harmful to the environment.
How much electricity does balcony power plant produce?
This depends on the location of the plant. There are computer programs that have saved the empirical values of the last few years for each region in Germany and use them to create a yield forecast with considerable accuracy. For the Würzburg region, for example, a module with 245Wp yields a solar power harvest of around 265 kWh per year. With a current electricity price of approx. 31 cents gross, this module saves approx. 82 euros in the first year. However, if the electricity price increases by 5% or more every year, as has been the case up to now, the cost savings will be even greater year after year.
Which balcony power plant is right for me?
In order to achieve optimal coverage of your power consumption and not to produce power that you do not consume, the size of the system should be tailored to the individual power consumption and also to the respective load profile. The table below shows product recommendations depending on your annual power consumption. The electricity generated by the solar system can then be used completely by yourself. The recommendations given are guidelines, because the more standby consumers you have in operation and the more electricity you use during the day, the higher your savings potential with a balcony power plant.
How can I determine what performance I need?
The easiest way is to write down the meter reading in the morning and then work out how much was used during the day in the evening. Then divide the consumption in kilowatts by the measured number of hours. The value then obtained in watts should roughly correspond to the total value of the installed solar module output.
How do I see how much electricity is being produced?
You can purchase an energy cost meter for the socket from us.
Good devices not only show the current and total amount of electricity generated, but also the average savings in euros. To do this, however, the current electricity purchase price must be entered in cents per kWh.
What if no consumer is running?
Normally this does not happen, as there are devices in every household that constantly consume electricity (standby consumers). However, if no electricity is actually consumed or less than your balcony power plant generates, the electricity is automatically fed into the general power grid (older meters even run backwards). However, the supplier does not want electricity to be fed into the grid via the counter running backwards. If you tell the utility that you operate such a system, they will likely have a new backstop meter installed for you.
Can I disconnect the system from the mains during operation?
Yes, that is possible without any problems. The balcony power plant can be safely disconnected from or connected to the grid at any time.
Will I get an electric shock if I touch the inverter output?
No, the inverter only switches on when it is connected to the mains and 230 volt mains power is available from there.
How is the connection made?
The balcony power plant system can be installed very easily and quickly by anyone with technical experience. No special tools are required for assembly. In some European countries, the balcony power plant system with a Schuko plug can be plugged directly into any socket. In Germany, a fixed connection is required. For simple and proper connection, we recommend using a Wieland power socket.
Do I need a separate balcony power plant for each phase?
No. Electricity meters with a backstop are netting. This means that the electricity generated on one phase is offset against the electricity consumed on another phase. If, for example, you have connected consumers with 1000 watts of power to phase 1 and produce 1000 watts with your balcony power plant on phase 3 of your electricity network, the electricity meter automatically offsets the phases with each other and shows no consumption in total. On the other hand, if you consume 1200 watts on one phase and generate 1000 watts on another phase, the electricity meter only counts the 200 watts that are more consumed. Due to the billing of the electricity meter, it is therefore irrelevant in which of the three phases in your home network you feed in and to which the consumers are connected.