FuturaSun’s new monocrystalline photovoltaic panel reaches 400 Watt,
increasing efficiency without changing the panel’s size.
1) This PV panel reaches 400 Watt on a 1.92 m2 surface
Which makes it suitable for residential solutions and small urban settings. You simply need a 20 sq.m area and 10 400 W photovoltaic panels to build a 4 kWp residential system. An achievement that was unthinkable just a few years ago.
2) The SILK Premium module ensures 21.3% efficiency and a 25-year yield
What makes a PV module valuable is its rated power and efficiency, meaning its yield per square metre. More specifically, you need to consider how well the initial efficiency is maintained over time. The slower the performance drops, the more reliable the investment. FuturaSun’s panel with 21.3% efficiency ensures a 90% yield after 20 years and 87% after 25 years. The 400 Watt photovoltaic panel performs well above the standard.
3) Standard dimensions and increased efficiency
The monocrystalline module includes 120 multi-busbar PERC cells (210 mm) and 1/3 cut design. Its size (1754 x 1098 mm) makes it ideal for residential roofs. The Premium version combines silicon wafers (210 mm) with multi-busbar technology and third-cut design. The 1/3 cut cells reduce operating current and internal resistance while improving the overall yield.
4) Excellent yields even in the event of shading
The 400 Watt SILK Premium PV panel offers excellent yields even in the event of shading on the surface, thanks to two independent sections. Unlike regular 60-cell panels, the shaded part does not compromise the module’s yield as much. The half of FuturaSun’s panel that is not shaded keeps producing energy at its maximum potential.
5) A product liability insurance is included in the 400 Watt photovoltaic panel
All FuturaSun PV panels are covered by a Lloyd’s product liability insurance policy. You do not need to fill in any forms to activate the policy. This insurance ensures reliability, as it covers any damage caused by third parties throughout the module lifespan.
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