Module connector: MC4
STC power: 385 Wp
Colour of frame: schwarz eloxiert
Cell technology: mono
Number of cells: 120 Stück
Dimensions in mm: L: 1767 mm B: 1041 mm H: 35 mm
Weight: 19.7 kg
Cable length plus: 1200 mm
Cable length, minus: 1200 mm
- High performance: higher efficiency, more yield per area
- "Made in Germany": core value creation in Germany
- Sustainability: high environmental and social standards
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Meyer Burger (MB) combines innovative cutting-edge technology with tradition and courage to create unique photovoltaic systems that are sustainably manufactured with their own production facilities.
With almost 70 years of corporate history and 40 years of experience in photovoltaics, they form the technological backbone of the industry and have set significant standards over the past decades, right up to the present day - from diamond wire saws and industrial PERC solutions to precision measurement technology for solar modules. The vast majority of solar modules produced worldwide today are based on technologies developed by Meyer Burger.
Now Meyer Burger is taking the next step and has reinvented its business model: As a manufacturer of high-performance photovoltaic cells and modules, they are using the leading heterojunction/SmartWire technology they developed themselves to lead photovoltaics into a new era worldwide. In terms of energy yield and efficiency, they define new standards and combine them with first-class design.
Their lead pushes them to innovate further every day. Innovations that go beyond materials and craftsmanship to ensure that every aspect of the product pays off. For everyone. For sustainability. For a solar future!
The best. From here. For tomorrow. Powerful, sustainable, Made in Europe.
Meyer Burger (MB) has refined existing heterojunction (HJT) technology and made it more efficient by combining different silicon layers and creating a unique cell structure. Meyer Burger HJT cells thus absorb significantly more solar energy than conventional cells and the converted electric current flows through the module with less resistance. And it does so even in weak sunlight, for example when it is cloudy. Additional efficiency gains are achieved by connecting the cells with their patented SmartWire technology (SWCT™): the wafer-thin connecting wires reduce shading on the solar cells by up to 30 percent. The modules thus gain more energy and produce electricity for longer - for noticeably more power per area on the roof. The SWCT™ also improves cell stability and makes the modules less susceptible to so-called micro-cracks, one of the most common reasons for energy losses in solar modules. And best of all, this unparalleled performance is only available from Meyer Burger thanks to comprehensive patent protection.
The Meyer Burger Black module is available in different glass batches: A batch, B Batch and C Batch.There are no technical or price differences between the individual batches.For optical reasons, the individual batches cannot be mixed.