All solar panels are rated in terms of peak power output (watts). Outdoors, under normally higher operating temperatures, solar panel performance changes depending on temperature, solar spectrum (light color), and related effects. UNI-SOLAR panels are less affected by temperature than monocrystalline or polycrystalline solar technology products. The result is 20% more delivered energy.
Minimum Slope- 2:12
Maximum Slope- 21:12
Maximum Roof Temp- 85ºC (185ºF)
During the first 8-10 weeks of operation, electrical output exceeds specific ratings. Power output may be higher by 15%, operating voltage may be higher by 11%, and operating current may be higher than 4%. Electrical specifications (±5%) are based on measurements performed at standard test conditions of 1000W/m² irradiance, Air Mass 1.5 and Cell Temperature of 25° C after long-term stabilization. Actual performance may vary up to 10% from rated power due to low temperature operation, spectral and other related effects. Max. system open-circuit voltage not to exceed 600 VDC. Specifications subject to change without notice.
In the solar business today, system purchases are made on a dollar – per – watt basis. But, the return on investment (ROI) or payback period is determined by the amount of electricity in kWh the system produces. Third party testing in real world conditions shows that Freedom Solar Roofing kits produce more energy for your purchased watt and therefore provide the best return on investment. Simply put, Freedom Solar Roof Kits generate more power than a comparable solar system per watt in real world conditions. Many systems shut down when clouds move over. Freedom Solar Roof Systems continue to generate power saving you more money.
Each Freedom Solar Roof kit utilizes UNI-SOLAR triple junction thin film silicon solar cells where the blue, green and red light of the sun is absorbed in different layers of the cell. This technology results in better performance in low and diffuse light conditions.
By-pass diodes are connected across each cell, allowing the modules to produce power even when partially shaded or soiled.