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Nanosolar NanoCell 2.6KW Lightweight Flexible CIGS MWT Solar Cell BIN of 1000

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Nanosolar NanoCell 2.6KW Lightweight Flexible CIGS MWT Solar Cell BIN of 1000

Nanosolar NanoCell 2,600 Watt Lot of 1,000 2.6 Watt Lightweight Flexible Aluminum CIGS MWT Solar Cells
This is for a full 1,000 cell carrier. This is for a lot of 1000 solar cells that total 2,600 watts. These are rated at about 0.45 volts at 5.8 amps and are a flexible cell made on a semi rigid but flexible aluminum base. We have found 3M double sided conductive tape is the best way to connect these cells for the do it yourself method. We are also experimenting with battery tab spot welders. Nanosolar used Ultrasonic welders to assemble these into panels.

Download: Nanosolar Nanocell Preliminary Cell Spec Sheet

  • Raw Solar Cell Uncoated
  • Rated Power: 2.6 Watts
  • Vmpp (V) 0.45
  • Impp (A) 5.8
  • Voc (V) 0.61
  • Isc (A) 6.7
  • Operating Module Temperature -40 to +85C
  • Length: 165mm (6.5 inches)
  • Width: 135mm (5.3 inches)
  • Height: 0.4mm (0.02 inches)
  • Weight: 18.5g
  • Raw Solar Cell Uncoated
  • Lightweight Aluminum Structure CIGS Solar Cells which are Semi-Flexible
  • MWT Metal Wrap-Through Solar Cell Technology
  • These raw flexible solar cells are extremely rare and have never been offered for sale to the public before. These came from the last experimental production runs at the Nanosolar Facility in California. The facility and company was liquidated during September and October of 2013. We can ship these in 17,500 Watt Cartons of 7,000 cells if you would like larger quantities.
  • These are raw solar cells and will degrade if not encapsulated in weather tight enclosure. Also they are made of aluminum and to connect them you will need to use a conductive glue or special Alumiflux rosin with solder. Nanosolar used an ultrasonic welder to connect the cells in production. These solar cells can be previewed at our facility in Ventura, California.
  • The large area of metal (nickel coated aluminum) back is the positive output of the cell. The thin strip of uncoated aluminum on the front is the negative output of the cell.