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Victron BlueSolar monocrystalline photovoltaic panel 115W-12V Mono 1030 x 668 x

Victron BlueSolar monocrystalline photovoltaic panel 115 Wp 12 V

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Victron series 4b panels BlueSolar monocrystalline photovoltaic panel with an output power of 115 W and output voltage of 12 V. Each panel contains 36 half-cut cells made from monocrystalline silicon. The panel features a 30x30 mm frame made from anodised aluminium in a silver colour with pre-drilled holes for mounting, grounding and water drainage. Sealed and waterproof junction box. Cables with a length of 90 cm and 4 mm² cross section, equipped with MC4 connectors.

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Overview and application

The BlueSolar monocrystalline photovoltaic panel 115 Wp is a PV panel from Victron Energy featuring some of the latest advancements in solar technology, in a compact package.

The panels are an excellent choice for small off-grid systems, for example billboard lighting, CCTV and alarm systems, air quality/weather monitoring stations etc.

Thanks to the compact size and 12 V output, they can also be used to provide power for a caravan/RV and/or trickle charge the main battery.


What are the advantages of monocrystalline solar cells?

The semiconducting properties of silicon crystals make them the basis of almost all solar panels on the market today.

In older/cheaper panels, each cell contains multiple silicon crystals, which is why these panels are called polycrystalline.

By contrast, the cells in this Victron panel are made from thin wafers cut from cylindrical silicon ingots that form a single large crystal, which is why they are monocrystalline.

Monocrystalline panels achieve higher efficiency, perform better in low light conditions, and have a longer lifespan.


What are the advantages of half-cut solar panels?

Panels with half-cut solar cells represent an evolution of the traditional c-Si solar panels - they feature twice the number of cells, which offers multiple benefits.

Each cell in a half-cut panel has half of the current flowing through it, which increases efficiency by reducing resistive losses.

The smaller physical size of each cell also makes them more resistant to microscopic cracking, which can occur in extreme weather conditions and hailstorms.


Design and mounting

The The Victron series 4b panels BlueSolar monocrystalline photovoltaic panel features a silver-coloured, anodised aluminium frame with a height of 30 mm with pre-drilled holes for mounting, electrical grounding and water drainage, but using mounting clamps is also possible.

The glass allows for high light transmission, while maintaining rigidity, and the EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate) encapsulant meets the most stringent requirements for safety.

The built-in cables have a cross section of 4 mm², use standard MC4 connectors, and are 90 cm long, which provides flexibility when designing the mounting system for the PV installation.

The junction box is insulated and waterproof, and features a high-performance bypass diode for better performance in partial shading conditions.


For more information, please refer to the technical documentation and manuals provided by the manufacturer, which can be found on this web page.


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