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Sharp ND-130UJF 130 Watt Off-Grid Battery Backup Solar Panel

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  • The ND-130UJF is a high-power module using 156 mm square poly-crystalline silicon solar cells with 13.1% module conversion efficiency.
  • Bypass diodes minimize power losses caused at night or in the shade.
  • Water white tempered glass with EVA laminate
  • Aluminum frame for extended outdoor use.
  • Junction box for easy electrical connections in the field.
  • Nominal 12V output is perfect for battery charging applications.
  • UL Listings: UL 1703, cUL, FM
  • Sharp modules are manufactured in ISO 9001 certified facilities
  • 25-year limited warranty on power output

Sharp ND-130UJF 130 Watt Off-Grid Battery Backup Solar Panel

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Poly-Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaic Module with 130W Maximum Power

The Sharp ND-130UJF 130 watt polycrystalline solar module offers industry-leading performance, durability and reliabilty for a variety of electrical power requirements. Using breakthrough technology perfected by Sharp's 50 years of research and development, these modules incorporate and advanced surface texturing process to increase light absorption and improve efficiency.

Remote off-grid solar panel applications include cabins, solar power stations, pumps, beacons and lighting equipment. Designed to withstand rigorous weather conditions, a junction box is also provided for easy electrical connections in the field, making Sharp's ND-130UJF modules the perfect combination of advanced technology and reliability.

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Model Nominal
Voltage
Power
Our Price
ND-130UJF
130 watt with junction box and
universal frame
12V 130W

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A history of Sharp Solar ingenuity

  • 1959 Started development of solar cells
  • 1963 Started mass production of solar cells
  • 1967 Development of solar cells for use in aerospace
  • 1976 Sharp's first installation of a PV system to power a Japanese satellite
  • 1980 Introduced calculators with solar cell batteries into the market
  • 1986 Successfully completed installation of three photovoltaic power generating stations in Thailand
  • 1992 Developed multi-crystalline silicon solar cells with 17.1% effieiency and single crystalline colar cells with 22.0% efficiency for terrestrail use
  • 1995 Production capacity of terrestrial PV line reaches 4 megawatts per year
  • 2001 Production capacity of terrestrial PV line reaches 94 megawatts per year
  • 2002 Planned production capacity of terrestrial PV line to reach 200 megawatts per year
  • 2008 Cumulative production reaches 2 gigawatts
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