Hyundai’s SG-Series modules come with tight output power tolerance for broad applications

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Hyundai Heavy Industries SG-Series monocrystalline and multicrystalline solar modules offer a wide range of applications and performance parameters with tight specifications. Hyundai’s PV modules are manufactured on advanced automated production lines that include both 2 bus-bar and 3 bus-bar modules for its 54, 60, and 72 cell modules. The 72-cell module (987×1965.5x50mm, 27kg) have the greatest/highest output, which ranges from 260W to 305W. These PV modules are silver framed with white back sheets but Hyundai also provides black PV modules for residential applications if required.

Problem

With end-user market requirements continuing to diversify, module manufacturers are required to offer a broader product portfolio that includes high-performance as well as low-cost high quality modules. This also extends in complete system packages enabling simplified installation and potentially lower costs.

Solution

Hyundai’s SG-Series modules are manufactured on advanced automated lines, providing high levels of quality control, producing tight output power tolerance of ±3%.
The nominal output range of a 54-cell module (983 x 1,476 x 35mm, 17kg) is 194~228W, and 215~250W for a 60-cell module (983 x 1, 645 x 35mm, 19kg). The 72-cell module (987 x 1965.5 x 50mm, 27kg) have the greatest/highest output, which ranges from 260W to 305W. These PV modules are silver framed but Hyundai also provides black PV modules for residential applications.

Applications

Residential, commercial and utility-scale installations. Hyundai is one of a few manufacturers that can produce both modules and inverters with one of a kind technology. All inverters come grid-tied and can be divided into two types by the existence of transformers. The first set is the 'without transformer type'; the 3kW and 4kW inverters specified to meet customer needs for the Japanese market. The other set is the 'with transformer type'; models from 50, 100 and 250kW, usually applied to large scale solar plants.

Platform

Hyundai PV modules have acquired certificates from IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) Mark IEC 61215(Ed.2) and IEC 61730 by TÜV Rheinland, UL listed (UL1703), Class C Fire Rating and also JET (Japan Electrical Safety & environment Technology laboratories. Hyundai also regularly prepares for pre-inspections and regional touring services.

Availability

Currently available.
 

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