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DKASC, Alice Springs

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Manufacturer Hanwha Solar
Array Rating 5.83kW
PV Technology poly-Si
Array Structure Fixed: Ground Mount
Installed 2016

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HSL 60S - TRUST THE POWER OF THE SUN

Hanwha Solar provides high-quality PV modules for residential, commercial and utility-scale installations. Our polycrystalline module series HSL S is characterized by a robust yet light design and excellent performance under real-life conditions.

4 BUSBAR CELL DESIGN WITH HIGHER EFFICIENCY

  • Shorter current travel distance and less resistance loss

  • Less rear recombination loss

BETTER TECHNOLOGY LEAD TO HIGHER POWER GENERATION

  • Lower Temperature Coefficients

  • Better Weak Light Performance

FULL AUTOMATIC LINE FOR HSL S SERIES MODULES

  • High-tech automated equipment

  • More stable product uniformity & production yield

  • Rigorous manufacturing processes ensure quality at every step

INDUSTRY LEADING QUALITY ASSURANCE AND TESTING

  • Extensive testing procedures exceeding IEC requirements

  • State-of-the-art testing laboratory qualified for in-house testing

CERTIFIED TECHNOLOGY WITH GUARANTEED PERFORMANCE

  • 12 years product warranty

25 years linear performance warranty

Array Rating 5.83kW
Panel Rating 265W
Number Of Panels 22
Panel Type HSL 60S
Array Area 36.74
Inverter Size / Type SMA SMC 6000A
Installation Completed Sat, 2 Jul 2016
Array Tilt/Azimuth Tilt = 20, Azi = 0 (Solar North)

Notes on the Data

  1. Partial system outage

    One of the major switchboards at the DKASC lost power yesterday 01/12/2016 at ~ 11:00 am. This isolated and shutdown array sites 23 through to 37 inclusive. The switchboard was reenergized at ~ 16:30 today (02/12/2016) as is again operating normally. Data for this period for these sites is lost.


    Fri, 2 Dec 2016

  2. Site 24 & 25 - QCells PV Module Change Over Complete

    Sites 24 and 25 are operational again from ~ 10th August 2016. At QCells request the original PV modules were removed and they have now been replaced with a more recent generation of PV product. Please visit the site for details.

    Data from the two original arrays will be archived but remain available from the Historical Data Download page.


    Wed, 10 Aug 2016