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Assembled using high-efficiency Mono PERCIUM cells, the half-cell configuration of the PV module offers that advantage of higher power output, better temperature coefficients, reduced effects from cell shading, reduced risks of developing hot spots as well as an enhances tolerance for mechanical loads.

  • 144 half-cut cell monocrystalline percium solar module.
  • Improved lifespan and efficiency with mono percium cells.
  • Excellent low-light performance.
  • High Output Power
  • Low temperature coefficient
  • Reduced shading effects
  • Improved mechanical load tolerance
  • Certified to withstand high wind loads (2400pa) and mechanical loads (5400pa).
  • 40mm naturally anodised aluminium frame.
  • IP68 rated junction box.
  • 1500V Maximum String Voltage.
  • 1200mm solar cable and a pair of MC4 connectors.
  • IEC 61215, IEC61730 Certified
  • ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems
  • JA Solar 25 Year linear power output guarantee and 12 year structural warranty.
  • High Efficiency: up to 20.4% module efficiency.
  • Typical Output (Watt): 410+ ~1.5%
  • Typical Voltage (Vmp): 41.76V
  • Typical Amperage (Imp): 9.82A



Based in Durban. I dont mind delivering if nearby





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13 hours ago, Jaco de Jongh said:

Interesting, An Artsolar panel with a JA warranty... 

I saw that too...

I also see that Art Solar is selling JA panels these days as well. (Currently out of stock)

(Edit) Hmm. The only panel they have in stock now is a JA

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Bit of a pity.

I don't know how much this virus is involved, but Artsolar was campaigning for tariffs on imported panels not so long ago.

I didn't agree with that, but I have supported them with some large purchases in the past.

Now, it appears they have become agents for there own competition.

I don't like to see it, but It certainly looks like they are winding down their manufacturing side.

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1 hour ago, Jaco de Jongh said:

There was tell tale signs about a year ago and some of us predicted this. Its sad but true... it seems

Not to get too much into politics, but it is also somewhat predictable. Competing labour-wise with China is a tough call. China also subsidised those manufacturing plants which made it even harder for our guys to compete. The proposed solution (this side) to levy some kind of tax on those imports would have helped, but ultimately that is also the wrong answer. Interfering with the free market usually bites you later on.

Then again, we've been doing it in our car industry for years... can't import a cheap second hand vehicle from Japan... no no no, that would kill our second-hand market.

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On 2020/07/29 at 8:20 AM, Louisvdw said:

The only panel they have in stock now is a JA

And it looks like the ArtSolar crystals have cured. More of their own panels in stock again.

On 2020/07/29 at 10:32 AM, phil.g00 said:

become agents for there own competition

That, or they had to source some stock while they could not produce during lockdown. Time will tell

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