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The polycrystalline module has a rated output of 250W and a module efficiency of 14.94%. Thanks to a specially toughened front glass and increasing the thickness from 3.2 to 4 mm, the solar cells of the new module are optimally protected against difficult weather conditions. The company states that the Soleos 250P can withstand snow loads of up to 5400 Pa and wind loads of up to 2400 Pa and is also suitable for horizontal installation. For the first ten years, the company guarantees its customers at least 90% of the performance and gives them a ten-year product guarantee. The performance guarantee is 80% up to the 25th year. All the company’s solar modules are tested by TÜV Nord for adherence to the international IEC 61215 and IEC 61730 norms.


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