New Mitsubishi Lead-Free Solar Panels With 190W Output

Posted: Jun 13 2007, 10:37am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:19am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

New Mitsubishi Lead-Free Solar Panels with 190W Output
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Mitsubishi announces a new line of solar panels that are lead-free and deliver more power.

The sixteen new solar panel models will be capable of high output, with one model the first capable of a maximum output of 190W.
The new module for sale by Mitsubishi Electric has 190W output, a 5W increase over previous model PV-MF185TD4, by using a new back film to optimize module construction. These PV modules as such are appropriate not only for residential systems but also for large-scale systems used in Europe and the United States.Mitsubishi increased output of the new module using a new module back film to absorbing 10% more reflected light from spaces between cells compared to previous model PV-MF185TD4.
The modules will be displayed at the Inter Solar 2007 in Freiburg, Germany, starting June 21.
Via this Mitsubishi press-release (pdf).

The InterSolar is a rapidly growing trade-show that will have this year 560 exhibiting companies. It is Europe's largest solar technology trade-show. The InterSolar 2008 will move to Munich, as the space in Freiburg is getting to small.
More details on the InterSolar site.

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