EAST LUX 315w ~ 335w
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The temperature coefficient of a solar panel is the percentage of power output lost per degree Celsius of temperature increase. The higher the temperature coefficient, the greater the power loss at high temperatures. The temperature coefficient is an important factor to consider when selecting a solar panel, as it will affect the panel’s power output in hot weather. What causes this to happen is that when temperature increases it increases the energy of the bound electrons disrupting the exciting state for the solar cells that results in a reduction of power in the solar panel output. However, the Temperature Coefficient in Solar Panels differs from one type to another. To understand more about the temperature coefficient, it is measured in percentage per degree Celsius so if a random solar panel has a temperature coefficient of 0.4%/ °C then if the surrounding temperature is 30 which is five degrees higher than the STC temperature we are talking of around 2% power decrease if it applied on a 10KW solar panel array the lost in power will be around 200W which is a noticeable decrease for solar power plants.
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