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The 245-watt polycrystalline KD245GH-2PB, with an efficiency of up to 14.8 percent, is the most powerful Kyocera module yet. Its 60 cells make it particularly suitable for installation in large arrays on industrial roofs and in ground-mounted systems.

Two additional cross-struts on the back of the module frame ensure high stability, says the manufacturer. The KD190GH-2PU and KD140GH-2PU modules have 48 and 36 cells respectively and are of considerably smaller dimension, making them suitable for use on homes with limited roof area.

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