This Renogy High-powered 450 Watt Monocrystalline Solar Panel maximizes power output while minimizing installation space and system equipment costs, primarily used for utility-scale systems, solar power plants, residential and commercial applications. This solar panel combines high efficiency mono PERC cells with Half-Cell and 10-Busbar technologies to improve the electrical performance and power output of your solar array system. Generate renewable energy, reduce electricity bills and carbon footprint.
Since 2010, Renogy has gained rich experience in designing and manufacturing the most efficient and robust solar panels and the most complete off-grid solar system. A focus on testing, quality control, and traceability ensures our solar power system offers an industry-leading warranty and reliability guarantee. Invest in yourself by going Renogy. This will be your most economical long-term investment yet.
Renogy's high-powered 450W monocrystalline solar panel provides an average of 1800-2250 Watt-hours (Wh) power per day (depending on sun availability).
It has passed the electroluminescence (EL) test for quality assurance. No hot spots.
Engineered with industry-leading technologies, this high-powered 450W solar panel provides maximum power generation for your limited roof space.
It's an economical long-term investment for utility-scale systems, solar power plants, residential and commercial applications.
Corrosion-resistant aluminum frame design ensures the solar panel survives in harsh outdoor environments, including the burning sun and heavy rain.
Provides an extended period of work time without damage or loss of performance.
Renogy solar panels are equipped with back frame and ground mounting holes, ready for installation.
They are easy to mount and secure, ideal for off-grid, on-grid, and hybrid solar systems.
Withstand up to 5400 Pa of heavy snow load and up to 2400 Pa of high wind.
Provide excellent durability in a harsh environment.
IP68 rated waterproof junction box and solar connectors ensure that water and dust will not enter during extended outdoor use.
The built-in bypass diodes protect the solar cells from overheating, allowing the solar panel to perform during accidental shading by bypassing the underperforming cells.
450W Monocrystalline Solar Panel
|Renogy 450 Watt Monocrystalline Solar Panell||Output Cables: 12 AWG (1ft per cable)|
|Cell Type: PERC Monocrystalline (7.2 x 3.6 in)||Number of Cells: 120 (6 x 20), 60 cells in series|
|Junction Box: IP65 / IP68 (1m, 1h) rating||MC4 Solar Connectors: IP65 / IP68 (1m, 1h) rating|
|Maximum Power at STC: 450W||Cell Efficiency: 22.8%|
|Optimum Operating Voltage (Vmp): 34.67V||Open-Circuit Voltage (Voc): 41.25V|
|Optimum Operating Current (Imp): 12.98A||Short-Circuit Current (Isc): 13.89A|
|Operating Temperature: -40°F to 185°F||Maximum Series Fuse Rating: 25A|
|Maximum System Voltage: 1500V DC (UL)||Rated Current (MC4 Solar Connectors): 35 A|
|Weight: 52.7 lbs (23.9 kg)||Dimensions: 75.2 x 44.6 x 1.4 in (1909 x 1134 x 35 mm)|
|Maximum AWG Size Range (MC4): 10 AWG||Certifications: CE, ISO|
|Material and workmanship warranty: 10 year material and workmanship warranty||Performance：5 year 95% output warranty 10 year 90% output warranty 25 year 80% output warranty|
1. Is each panel 450W or a whole combination? What about the size and weight?
2. How many kWh a day does this solar panel produce?
3. Why choose this high-powered 450W module rather than 4-5 100W solar panels?
4. Can these panels be used on a grid-tied system?
Sure, they can. These high-powered 450W solar panels work with on-grid, off-grid, and hybrid systems. But please note that when using them on on-grid and hybrid systems, we recommend that you contact a licensed solar installer familiar with on-grid/hybrid setups.
On-Grid solar system means solar power equipment (array or solar panel) is connected to the utility grid.
Off-Grid solar system refers to a system that is not connected to the grid. An Off-Grid system is not affected by grid blackouts.
A Hybrid system is when your solar panels remain connected to the grid's power lines and have a backup battery system to store excess power.
5. How should I connect solar panels to my electrical circuit (series vs parallel)?
Solar panels can be connected in series or in parallel to meet your electrical circuit size and power demand.
Connecting solar panels in series will have the effect of adding up their operating voltage output, while system current output will be the same as that for one panel.
While connecting solar panels in parallel will have a different effect. The output current will add up to be the system output current, while system output voltage will be the same as the output voltage of one solar panel.
To meet your power system's optimum power output and system rating, you can use parallel and series connections.
6. Do these panels have pre-drilled holes on the back?
7. Can this solar panel be adapted to a 12V Marine Battery or 48V Lithium Battery?
8. What do I need to have to complete my off-grid solar power system?
Here’s a list of all the equipment required for a functioning off-grid solar system:
Solar Panels, Solar Charge Controller, Inverter(s), Battery, Mounting and Racking System, Wiring Cables, and Fuses.