Mitsubishi Electric Announces High Output Lead-Free Solder PV Module for Overseas Market

Tokyo, Japan [] Mitsubishi Electric Corporation will begin selling high-output lead-free solder photovoltaic (PV) modules for the overseas market on July 1, 2007. The sixteen new models will be capable of high output, with one model the first capable of a maximum output of 190W. The modules will be displayed at the Inter Solar 2007 in Freiburg, Germany, starting June 21. The new module for sale by Mitsubishi Electric has 190W output, a 5W increase over previous model PV-MF185TD4, by using a new back film to optimize module construction. These PV modules as such are appropriate not only for residential systems but also for large-scale systems used in Europe and the United States. The High power modules capable of 190Wp max output (PV-TD190MF5, PV-UD190MF5), and offer other features such as reduced system output loss, and a module tolerance of +/-3% (compared to previous model’s module tolerance of +10%/-5%).
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