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Wondering what the difference is between the SX and GX models of the Kyocera KD140 Solar Panel? See our video to find out !
Kyocera Solar has developed the KD series of solar panels, which is ideal for off-grid solar applications. The KD140 is offered in 2 different versions - the SX and the GX. So how do you decide to use which one, and why? The multicrystalline solar cells and aluminum frame are identical between the two. Really, the big difference is how you connect them in your system. But here are some important points to help you decide:
Kyocera has been in the solar industry for over 35 years, and is committed to advanced cell processing technology. Their automated production facilities have produced a multi-crystalline solar cell with an efficiency of over 16%. All Kyocera solar panels are constructed using a tempered glass front, EVA pottant and a PVF backing to provide maximum protection from the most severe environmental conditions. The entire laminate is framed in a heavy duty anodized aluminum frame to provide structural strength and ease of installation. Because Kyocera solar modules are so efficient, less space is required than other solar panels of equal output. This translates to both more wattage per square foot and lower mounting structure cost.
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|KD140GX-LFBS||140 W||17.7 V||7.91 A||22.1 V||8.68 A||15 A||59.06" x 26.3" x 1.8"
(1500 x 668 x 46 mm)
Kyocera multi-crystalline photovoltaic modules exceed government specifications for the following tests: