Recom’s newest solar panels boast an efficiency of up to 21.68% and a temperature coefficient of -0.24% per degree Celsius. The company offers a 30-year power output guarantee for 91.25% of the original output.
October 21, 2022 Emiliano Bellini
Recom’s Lion HJT PV module
The French company Recom has developed an n-type bifacial heterojunction solar panel with half-cut elements and a double-glazed design. The new product is suitable for large-scale array and rooftop solar applications, he said. Certified to IEC61215 and 61730 standards.
The Lion series includes five different panels with power ratings from 375W to 395W and efficiencies from 20.59% to 21.68%. The open circuit voltage is between 44.2 V and 45.2 V, and the short circuit current is between 10.78 A and 11.06 A.
The panels have an IP 68 rated junction box and an anodized aluminum alloy frame. Both sides of the modules are covered with 2.0 mm tempered and low iron glass. Their operating temperature is between -40 C and 85 C and the temperature coefficient is -0.24 % per degree Celsius.
The panels can be used in PV systems with a maximum voltage of 1500 V. The manufacturer offers a 30-year energy output guarantee for 91.25% of the original efficiency.
“With a duplex ratio of up to 90% (compared to 70% industry-standard modules), Lion modules gain up to 20% more energy efficiency in low-light conditions, in the morning and evening, and in cloudy skies,” the manufacturer said. “Thanks to N-type technology, energy losses are significantly reduced and there are no PID and No LID effects, providing the lowest LCOE.”
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