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Bifacial solar panels

Jinko Solar 540W Solar Panel - Pallet of 27 Solar Panels


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-21% $7,525.98
List Price: $9,536.94

The Jinko EAGLE G5b modules utilize high-efficiency half-cut cells and Diamond Half Cell technology, maximizing module power up to 545W by reducing white space between cells.

Product Information:
  • Watt: 540
  • Number of cells: 144 (72) | Cell Type: Bifacial
  • Backsheet Color: Clear | Frame Color: Silver
  • Voltage (Vmp): 40.91 Volt | Voltage (Voc): 49.49 Volt
  • Current (Imp): 13.2 Amp | Current (Isc): 13.87 Amp
  • Max. Series Fuse Rating: 30 Amp
  • Shipping Weight: 65 lb
  • Pallet Qty: 27
  • 40mm frame
  • 1400mm cables
  • Pallet Dimensions: L:91in W:44in H:49in (L: 2311 mm W: 1130 mm H: 1245 mm)
  • Weight (Pallet + Panels): 1654lbs - 750 kg
  • Packaging: Price includes a full pallet of 27 units
SKU: JKM540M-72HL4-TVPallet
Availability: In Stock
Product Type: Solar Panel
Regular price
$7,525.98
Regular price
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$7,525.98
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Jinko Solar 540W Solar Panel - Pallet of 27 Solar Panels

Vendor: Jinko Solar

Jinko Solar 540W Solar Panel - Pallet of 27 Solar Panels

$7,525.98

Vendor: Jinko Solar

Jinko Solar 540W Solar Panel - Pallet of 27 Solar Panels

$7,525.98

Bifacial Module with Transparent Backsheet technology

Up to 20% power gain depending on albedo and PV system design

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Solar panels convert sunlight into electricity using photovoltaic cells. These cells generate direct current (DC) electricity, which is then converted to alternating current (AC) electricity by an inverter for use in your RV or home.

An off-grid solar system requires solar panels, a solar charge controller, inverter(s), battery, mounting and racking system, wiring cables, and fuses.

An RV solar power system typically includes solar panels, a charge controller, an inverter, a battery bank, and the necessary wiring and mounting hardware.

Solar panel performance can be hindered by environmental conditions such as indirect sunlight, temperature rise, cloudy skies, and dirt or stains on the glass surface, reducing efficiency.

Solar panels can be connected in series or parallel to meet your electrical circuit size and power demands. In series, the operating voltage output adds up, while the system current output remains the same as one panel. In parallel, the operating current output adds up, while the system voltage output remains the same as one panel.

The number of solar panels needed depends on the power load required for your system. Power is measured in watts, and capacity is measured in watt-hours. Size your battery bank first based on the minimum required capacity, then decide on the number of panels needed. For more detailed information, you can refer to our comprehensive guide.

Yes, high-quality solar panels still work during cloudy weather conditions, although power conversion is lower than on sunny days.

Solar panels require maintenance to ensure efficiency. Clean them with a microfiber cloth, glass cleaner, and water to remove dirt or stains that can affect sunlight conversion.

Bifacial solar panels capture sunlight from both sides, making them more efficient and powerful than monofacial panels. They also perform better in overcast weather and can be installed in any direction. Learn more about the advancements in bifacial solar panels.

To complete an off-grid solar power system, you need a solar panel connected to a charge controller, a battery to store electrical power, adapter kit cables to wire the solar panels and charge controller, and tray cables connecting the charge controller to a deep-cycle battery.

On-grid systems are connected to the electrical grid, while off-grid systems store generated power for later use and are not affected by grid blackouts.