Canadian Solar Polycrystalline KuMax 335W Panel


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Canadian Solar's KuMax high-efficiency polycrystalline solar panels were developed with Low Internal Current (LIC) and new poly cell technology. They are made with 144 cells (72 ½ cells) reaching a panel efficiency of up to 16.9%. The new KuMax polycrystalline module is now more reliable, it also presents a lower hot spot temperature and supports snow loads of up to 5400Pa. These modules are designed for solar grid-tie applications where maximum output is required as they provide a better shading tolerance.

KuMax positive-only tolerance guarantees that you get the same or more power than the panel's power rating. The new polycristalline cell structure minimizes microcracks providing a lower loss in cell connections. Canadian Solar panels are UL1703 certified, CEC Listed and are fully complying to IEC, TUV, UL testing standards.

Canadian Solar KuMax CS3U-335P panel specifications:

Mechanical specifications:
Cell Technology: Polycrystalline (156.75 x 78.38 mm)
Dimensions: 78.7 x 39.1 x 1.57 in (2000 x 992 x 40 mm)
Weight:  49.4 lb (22.4kg)
Cells Per Module:  144
Module Frame Material: Clear Anodized aluminum alloy
Module Frame Thickness:  40mm
Module Backsheet Material:  White
Module Connector:  T4 series (MC4 series is available)

Electrical specifications:
Module Watts STC: 335 Watts
Max Power Voltage (Vmpp):  38.2 Volts
Max Power Current (Impp):  8.77 Amps
Open Circuit Voltage (Voc):  45.7 Volts
Short Circuit Current (Isc):  9.28 Amps
Max System Voltage:  1500V (IEC/UL) or 1000V (IEC/UL)
Series Fuse Rating:  30 Amps
Module Efficiency:  16.89 %

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Canadian Solar KuMax 335W

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