Solar Module 420 W Bifacial Full Black

Powered by the latest N-type SMBB solar cells and half-cell configuration, these modules have a higher power output, a lower LID, a better response to weak illumination and an improved temperature coefficient.

IEC 61215, IEC 61730
ISO 9001: 2015
ISO 14001: 2015
ISO 45001: 2018
IEC 62941: 2019

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To install a solar panel on a triangular structure, follow these general steps:

  1. Assess and Prepare the Site: Ensure the triangular structure is stable and has adequate exposure to sunlight. Clean the surface and prepare it for mounting.
  2. Mounting Brackets: Attach the mounting brackets to the frame of the triangular structure. Ensure they are evenly spaced and securely fastened to support the weight of the solar panels.
  3. Install the Solar Panels: Place the solar panels onto the mounted brackets. Secure the panels to the brackets using the appropriate fasteners. Make sure the panels are aligned properly for maximum sunlight exposure.
  4. Wiring: Connect the solar panels using suitable gauge cables, typically in series or parallel depending on your voltage and current requirements. Ensure the cables are color-coded (usually black for negative and red for positive) to prevent any electrical mishaps.
  5. Final Checks: After installation, double-check all connections and mountings for stability and safety. Test the system to ensure it is functioning correctly and efficiently.

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