The GreenTriplex PM250M00 has an output of 245 to 265 watts and an efficiency of up to 16.2 percent. The company says the module can therefore deliver up to 13.4 percent more output than a conventional module with the same installed area, and at around 19 kilograms is 3.5 percent lighter than comparable modules, making it easier to pack, transport and install.
It is said to be suitable for both large arrays and house roofs. The GreenTriplex is certified under IEC 61215, IEC 61730 and UL 1703 and is obtainable worldwide. In contrast to its predecessors, the module has three busbars and can be supplied with backsheets in various colors.
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