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PV Solar panel 80W 12V

Industry leading power tolerance : +5W (+5.6%)
The 1st manufacturer in PV industry certified for ISO:TS16949 (The automotive quality management system) in module production since 2003.
ISO17025 qualified manufacturer owned testing lab, fully complying to IEC, TUV, UL testing standards

Off Grid Module
PV080a is a robust solar module with 36 solar cells. These modules can be used for off-grid solar applications. Our meticulous design and production techniques ensure a high-yield, longterm performance for every module produced.
Our rigorous quality control and in-house testing facilities guarantee Canadian Solar's modules meet the highest quality standards possible.

Power supply for remote telecommunication equipment
Traffic, security environment, and other remote monitoring and signaling systems
Water pumping systems
Rural area applications
Other off-grid applications

Electrical Data

Nominal Maximum Power at STC (Pmax) - 80w
Optimum Operating Voltage (Vmp) - 17.6V
Optimum Operating Current (Imp) - 4.55A
Open Circuit Voltage (Voc) - 22.1V
Short Circuit Current (Isc) - 5.12A
Operating Temperature - -40C ~+85C
Maximum System Voltage - 1,000V(IEC)/600(UL)
Maximum Series Fuse Rating - 10A
Power Tolerance - +5W
Temperature Coefficient -
Pmax - -0.45%/deg C
Voc - -0.35%/deg C
Isc - 0.060%/deg C
NOCT - 45deg C
Mechanical Data
Cell Type - Mono-crystalline
Cell Arrangement - 36(4x9)
Dimensions - 1213x547x35mm(47.8x21.5x1.4 in)
Weight - 8.0kg(17.6 lbs)
Front Cover - Tempered glass
Frame Material - Anodized aluminum alloy
Standard packaging (Modules per Pallet) - 24/48pcs

Quality Certificates
IEC61215 / IEC61730, CE
ISO9001: 2008: Standards for quality management systems
ISO/TS16949:2009: The automotive quality management system

Environment Certificates
ISO14001:2004: Standards for Environmental management systems
QC080000 HSPM: The Certification for Hazardous Substances Regulations

  • Model: PV080a
  • Shipping Weight: 8kg

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 30 January, 2012.

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