New Product: Solon Black 220/16 modules comes with service package for large-scale projects


Product Briefing Outline: Solon has developed the ‘SOLON Black 220/16’ mono-crystalline module including a service package for large-scale projects, thus providing a module that is a safe and highly profitable investment. This move is in keeping with Solon’s commitment to meet the special conditions of the project business.

Problem: High quality and proven ‘bankable’ PV modules are required for large-scale projects. Guaranteed module average output capacity and efficient project timescale delivery combined are also key factors for successful large-scale projects.

Solution: The offering combines a module with punctual delivery directly to the project construction site. This product has been carefully designed for the industry branch and is manufactured using high capacity cells, 4 mm tempered high-security glass, and the Solon-specific module frame with hollow-chamber profile for extra stability. Solon modules generate maximum yields using low surface areas – even in diffuse light. All Solon modules feature high efficiency rates with output fluctuation of ±3%. Solon guarantees at least 80% of the stated minimum output power within the first 25 years of commissioning.

Applications: Large-scale roof mounted and ground-mounted photovoltaic systems.

Platform: The SOLON Black 220/16 measures 1640 x 1000 mm and consists of 60 monocrystalline cells. It attains a maximum peak power of 235 watts, which is the equivalent of an efficiency level of 14.33%. The module weighs 22 kg and comes with a 5-year warranty. Solon modules have a life span of over 30 years. Guaranteed performance output of 95 % for 5 years, 90 % for 10 years, 87 % for 15,
83 % for 20 years and 80 % for 25 years. Approvals and certificates TÜV: IEC 61215 Edition II, IEC 61730 (incl. Safety Class II)Two primary characteristics account for the modules’ exceptional stability and durability: an extruded, anodized aluminum frame with a hollow profile and the use of 4 mm safety glass that offers a high level of safety, even in extreme weather conditions.

Availability: For orders, Solon requires a minimum of 500 kWp, proof of the project, and a collective delivery to a single project address. Production of the new module began on April 1, 2010.

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