305W Jinko Smart Solar Panels with MAXIM Cell Optimisation - Mono Percium - All Black
JinkoSolar Cheetah series modules are produced in the company’s next-gen ultra-smart P5 super factory and represents the most cutting-edge technology in solar module manufacturing. Utilizing an all new wafer and cell design, the Cheetah series has erected a new benchmark for ultra-high performing modules with its industry leading performance in metrics such as, but not limited to, output, limited degradation, shade tolerance, and durability.
Mono Crystalline Cheetah PERC All Black Maxim Power Optimised module.
Integrated Maxim chip is capable of limiting module output Voltage and Current, which makes system design easier
MPPT on individual cell-strings optimizes energy harvest
Built-in Cell Optimizer
No additional electronics or hardware required; allows for simple installation, and works for Off Grid use as well.
A typical solar panel has three cell strings with 20 solar cells in each. If a bird poops on just one of those 20 cells it can knock the entire cell string out of commission until the rain washes it away or someone gives it a clean. This soiling will reduce the panel’s output by one-third. Worse, in most solar systems it will reduce the output of every panel it is attached to by one-third as well. But with panel cell string optimization there are built in electronics that will adjust the output of the dirty string so instead of being knocked out it will continue to supply some power. More importantly, it won’t result in the performance of other panels being dragged down to its (bird) shitty level.
There are many advantages of using the Jinko MX – Maxim optimised modules compared to standard module, or individual module level optimisers like SolarEdge or Tigo.
The key advantage of the Maxim modules is that each module cell string is optimised so that a partially shaded module will be less impacted than with a module level optimiser, e.g. SolarEdge or Tigo.
This is especially important with multiple rows of modules, e.g. a flat roof mounting system. With conventional modules and a string inverter you can restrict the output from the entire array and even with module level optimisers like the SolarEdge or Tigo an entire row of modules, but with Maxim you typically only restrict one sixth of each module’s energy. This enables a greater yield and/or a greater energy density
Another other key benefit of the use of the new Maxim II chip in the Jinko MX modules which have a limited Voc is that it enables strings of about 15% longer to be designed than with similar rated conventional modules. When using Jinko MX modules the Voc is limited to a maximum of 35.0V for 60 cell modules, compared to typically 39V for 60 cell modules, which increase with lowering temperatures. This can significantly reduce the BOS costs and enable larger arrays to be designed with specific inverters.
Use with Tracer MPPT's - for a single panel on a 12V system you can use a 30A MPPT with this panel.
This listing is for 1 panel, simply select how many you need in the quantity. There is NO MINIMIUM Order.
|Maximum Power Voltage - Vmpp(V)||31.2|
|Maximum Power Current - Impp(A)||9.79|
|Open Circuit Voltage - Voc(V)||35|
|Short Circuit Current - Isc (A)||12|
|Panel Efficiency (%)||18.28|
|Cell Type||Mono Percium MAXIM Optimised|