Canadian Solar introduces new 1500-Voltage Crystalline Solar Modules at Intersolar North America

Canadian Solar introduces 1500V System Voltage

Canadian Solar launched new 1500V System Voltage (“1500V”) crystalline solar module portfolio ahead of 2016 Intersolar North America Exhibition.

The new Canadian Solar 1500V module portfolio has proven its performance under both IEC/UL standards for 1500V. The 1500V crystalline module, offered in two product types (60 cell configuration (CS6K – mono and CS6K – poly) and 72 cell configuration (CS6U – mono and CS6U – poly), provides a robust and cost-efficient system solution by adding more modules in a string, which decreases the number of combiner boxes, direct current (DC) homeruns and trenching. The company in a statement said “this unique product design lowers wiring losses and reduces the number of equipment, thus improving the overall system performance and efficiency and reducing the labor cost and installation time. The 1500V crystalline module meets both International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standard and Underwrites Laboratories (UL) standard. Consistent with its high product quality, this 1500V crystalline module comes with Canadian Solar’s 25-year linear power output warranty and a 10-year product warranty on materials and workmanship.

Shawn Qu, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Canadian Solar, said, “We are very pleased to introduce the 1500V crystalline module, which is a great addition to Canadian Solar’s high quality product portfolio. The state-of-the-art product design of the 1500V crystalline module increases the overall system performance and lowers the Balance of System cost. We believe this new product can perfectly meet the growing demand for higher voltage systems with lower system costs. We look forward to welcoming every one of you to Canadian Solar’s booth #7311 to explore more on the 1500V crystalline module and the complete set of Canadian Solar’s diversified product offerings.”

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