Kyocera is putting a new solar module with 60 cells and 240 watts of output on the market. The KD240GH-2PB module is said to be particularly suitable for ground-mounted solar installations and industrial on-roof arrays, though it can also be used in conventional house roof installations.
Siemens is presenting the three-phase inverter SINVERT PVM20 at this year’s EU PVSEC, which is available in the operating classes of 10, 13, 17, and 20 kilowatts; the manufacturer says this range aids more exact array planning.
Mondragon Assembly has developed a new tabber and stringer model, TS-600 LT. The modular configuration has the possibility to upgrade it at any time. The machine can be ordered with various string loading options.
Centrosolar is presenting a new solar module with 54 cells and up to 225 watts of output at this year’s EU PVSEC trade show. These modules have four more cells than their predecessors in the S-Class Excellent series and are wider and shorter, with six by nine cells instead of the earlier five by ten.
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