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Solopower SF1-40 40 Watt 5' 12 Volt Flexible Thin CIGS Solar Panel BIPV MC4

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SKU:
48299
MPN:
SF1-40
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  • Solopower SF1-40 40 Watt 5' 12 Volt Flexible Thin CIGS Solar Panel BIPV MC4
  • Solopower SF1-40 40 Watt 5' 12 Volt Flexible Thin CIGS Solar Panel BIPV MC4
  • Solopower SF1-40 40 Watt 5' 12 Volt Flexible Thin CIGS Solar Panel BIPV MC4
  • Solopower SF1-40 40 Watt 5' 12 Volt Flexible Thin CIGS Solar Panel BIPV MC4
  • Solopower SF1-40 40 Watt 5' 12 Volt Flexible Thin CIGS Solar Panel BIPV MC4
  • Solopower SF1-40 40 Watt 5' 12 Volt Flexible Thin CIGS Solar Panel BIPV MC4
  • Solopower SF1-40 40 Watt 5' 12 Volt Flexible Thin CIGS Solar Panel BIPV MC4
  • Solopower SF1-40 40 Watt 5' 12 Volt Flexible Thin CIGS Solar Panel BIPV MC4
$50.00
Was: $100.00

Description

Solopower SF1-40 40 Watt 5' 12 Volt Flexible Thin CIGS Solar Panel BIPV MC4 for Battery Charging


This solar panel came from Solopower San Jose California and is made of 42 flexible CIGS cells. These are unique panels as they are flexible and very light in comparison to standard solar panels made of glass.

SF1-40 Electrical Stats Per Manufacturer
  • Maximum Power (Pmax): 40 Watts
  • Maximum Power Voltage (Vmp): 16 Volts
  • Maximum Power Current (Imp): 2.5 Amps
  • Open Circuit Voltage (VOC): 22 Volts
  • Short Circuit Current (ISC): 3.2 Amps

  • Physical Stats
  • Overall dimensions: 5.2 Feet (62 Inches) x 11.5 Inches -- 3.8 LBS
  • This panel consists of 42 cells at 10.25 x 1.5 in size
  • Electrical MC4 connections are on opposite ends of the solar panel
  • The color of the solar cells and/or borders may vary from the panel show in the photographs. Please call with any questions or for a shipping quote
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    Condition:

    This is a new open box unsold flexible solar panel that Solopower used for testing. They do have signs of use at the Solopower Facility but these were never sold. We have tested it to produce a good voltage for charging 12 volt batteries. It can be rolled up but not super tight.

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