Sharp expands half-cut cell portfolio with new panels

Sharp has announced the addition of the new 410W and 400W monocrystalline PERC silicon photovoltaic panels to its half-cut cell portfolio, the NU-JC410 and its all-black version NU-JC400B.

The new modules are suitable for short frame side clamping and are designed for residential small-scale commercial and industrial rooftop installations.

Peter Thiele, President of SHARP Energy Solutions Europe said, “We are pleased to expand our half-cut cell portfolio with the new NU-JC410 and NU-JC400B panels, ideal for residential and small-scale C&I rooftop installations. We want to enable our customers to achieve the lowest possible Levelized cost of energy and have therefore created panels for efficient energy generation, high reliability, and low Balance of system & CapEx costs. The PV modules perfectly combine these characteristics to benefit each installation.”

Key features:

  • The NU-JC410 panel comes with an anodized silver frame and white back sheet, delivering an efficiency of 21 per cent
  • The all-black NU-JC400B is built with a black frame and black back sheet giving the panel efficiency of 20.5 per cent
  • A low-temperature coefficient of -0.341%/°C
  • The new modules are built with M10 wafer (182 mm) half-cells
  • 10 busbar technology using round ribbons
  • All Sharp half-cell modules have three small junction boxes
  • The dimensions of the NU-JC410 and NU-JC400B are 1722 x 1134 mm and have a weight of 21.8 kg

The safety, quality and durability of the panel have been recognised with IEC seals (IEC61215 and IEC61730) and MCS for the UK. The modules have been tested for compliance with international standards and for endurance under extreme conditions, passing tests for ammonia, salt mist, sand and PID resistance.

The panels are covered by Sharp’s 15-year product guarantee and 25-year performance guarantee with a minimum of 85 per cent in year 25, for those within the EU and several other countries, starting from delivery of the panel to the final customer.

Company Details

SHARP ELECTRONICS UK LTD

4 Furzeground Way
Stockley Park
Uxbridge
UB11 1EX
UNITED KINGDOM

020 8734 2000

www.sharp.eu

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