REC 405TP5 Twinpeak 5 Black Series Solar Panel - Pallet of 33 Units

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REC Twinpeak 5 are premium solar panels made in Singapore and designed for superior performance and high snow load for the Canadian market.

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  • Brand: REC
  • Material: Monocrystalline Silicon
  • Pallet Dimensions:L1702mm W1092mm H1219mm (L67in W43in H48in)
  • Weight (Pallet + Panel): 735 kg (1620.8 lb)
  • Efficiency: 20.6%
  • Connector Type: MC4
  • Origin: Made in Singapore
  • Packaging: Price includes a full pallet of 33 units.
SKU: REC405TP5Pallet
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Product Type: Solar Panel
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REC 405TP5 Twinpeak 5 Black Series Solar Panel - Pallet of 33 Units

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REC 405TP5 Twinpeak 5 Black Series Solar Panel - Pallet of 33 Units


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REC 405TP5 Twinpeak 5 Black Series Solar Panel - Pallet of 33 Units


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REC TwinPeak 5 Solar Panels Explained

  • Based on the multiple award-winning REC TwinPeak technology, REC TwinPeak 5 panels bring heightened efficiency to REC's portfolio. Building on REC's long experience with half-cut cell technology, the REC TwinPeak 5 Series uses p-type monocrystalline cells, offering an even greater efficiency and power, making this Series suitable for all applications and system sizes, anywhere in the world.


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