The modules in the monocrystalline S6M 2G series are obtainable in power classes from 220 to 240 watts peak, while the corresponding polycrystalline S6P 2G series includes modules with output between 220 and 235 watts peak. They achieve module efficiencies of up to 15 percent and weigh about 19 kilograms.
The monocrystalline modules in the S5MPlus series are available with outputs between 210 and 250 watts peak. At 22 kilograms, they are somewhat heavier than the modules in the first two series mentioned. The manufacturer says all the modules can bear a snow load of up to 5,400 pascals. They are also said to have encapsulated serial numbers on the front of the frame and to be supplied with exclusively positive output tolerances.
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