anonymous
  • anonymous
How do you determine the peak power of a module with 75 output and 2.7 hours of sunshine and the inverter of 900 Wp?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
75W output?
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  • anonymous
A maximum energy yield of 202.5Wh is possible from a module rating75Wp under 2.7hours of sunshine. This energy yield is obtaining by multiplying the power rate of the module (75Wp) by the sun hours (2.7h).

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