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if a module has a TkVoc of -0.120 V per C this means that, for each C below 25C, the module voltage will increase by by 0.120 volts. If you havw a module with a TkVoc given in % per C, mulitply this TkVoc by the modules open-circuit voltage (Voc). A module with a Voc of 39.9 volts and a TkVoc of -0.36% per C will have a 1.333 voltage increase for each degree below 25C.
Source: homepower mag 146, pg34
administrator wrote:A member of our Technical Service group (forum Username Erik) has written a string sizing applet for the MX60 and FM80. I've temporarily posted it at the following location: String Sizing Tool. Eventually it will be moved to under the Resources tab on our website.
If you have any comments or panels that you would like to add to the database, feel free to post them in this thread, or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org .
For Panel additions please include the following info:
- Manufacturer Name and model number
- Voc (Open Circuit Voltage)
- Vmp (Maximum power voltage
- Isc (Short circuit current)
- Imp (Max. power current)
- Vtoc (Voltage Temp Coeff)
- Vtmp (Max. power Temp Coeff
- Watts (Watts STC)
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