Specifications for the Sanyo HIP-190BA3 190 Watt Solar Module
SANYO HIT 190 Specifications
| Model Number|| HIP-190BA3|
| Certificate|| UL 1703|
| Max. Power (Pmax)|| 190W |
| Max. Power Voltage (Vpm) || 54.8V |
| Max. Power Current (Ipm)|| 3.47A|
| Open Circuit Voltage (Voc)|| 67.5V|
| Short Circuit Voltage (Isc)|| 3.75A|
| Cell Conversion Efficiency|| 18.5%|
| Module Conversion Efficiency|| 16.1%|
| Warranted Minimum (Pmin)|| 171.0W|
| PTC Rating|| 178.7W|
| Size (1319x894x35mm)|| 51.9x35.2x1.4in|
| Weight (14kg)|
| Max. System Voltage|| 600V|
| Series Fuse|| 15A|
| Temp. Coefficient of Pmax (%/C) || -0.3 |
Efficiency enhancing technology and superior temperature characteristics combine in the HIT 190 module to provide up to 10% higher power output in hot-temperature conditions. The HIT 190 will provide approximately a 36% increase in projected annual power output compared to a conventional SANYO 150 watt crystalline solar cell module. (Comparison using same installation area of 18.9m2 by SANYO power output simulation)
SANYO's production process minimizes resource consumption. During manufacturing, HIT cells require 200o C to form a junction compared to conventional cells (900 o C)*. In addition, the HIT cells are 200 micrometers thick, using less silicon materials than conventional technologies (350 micrometers).
HIT modules have a black anodized aluminum frame that allows modules to blend into architecture of residences and buildings. HIT modules are noise free, have no moving parts, and the energy output is warranted for 20 years. Each module comes pre-equipped with junction box, lead wires, and MC connectors.
HIT modules are UL 1703 certified. HIT modules can withstand 1 inch diameter hailstones at 50 mph and have a Class C fire rating.
The HIT modules small footprint 12.69 ft2 means maximum power in a fixed space (15 watts ft2). Packing power into less space helps save on support structure costs, installation time, and reduces weight on the roof.
- Put More Power in Less Space 15 w/ft2
- Use Fewer Support Structure Materials
- Put LessWeight on the Structure
- Use Fewer Installation Man Hours
Use of the HIT modules in a system will lower utility bills, enhance energy security, and eliminate or reduce the risk of fluctuating electric rates or payments altogether. A battery backup system will allow businesses and residences to operate during blackouts, brownouts, and emergency situations. HIT modules increase the value of residences and businesses and generate a healthier atmosphere.
HIT modules can be used in a variety of ways such as renovation, re-roofing, new construction, and built-in projects.
* This development is part of NEDO research project subcontracted to SANYO. Production status may not permit immediately delivery of orders. Specifications, product design, and information on this website are subject to change without notice.