Hanwha Qcells Q.Peak BLK G4.1 290W BLK/BLK Solar Panel

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Q.Peak G4.1 290W
This product has been discontinued by the manufacturer.

With its top performance and completely black design the new Q.PEAK BLK-G4.1 is the ideal solution for all residential rooftop applications thanks to its innovative cell technology Q.ANTUM.

The world-record cell design was developed to achieve the best performance under real conditions – even with low radiation intensity and on clear, hot summer days.

LOW ELECTRICITY GENERATION COSTS Higher yield per surface area and lower BOS costs thanks to higher power classes and an efficiency rate of up to 18.0%.

INNOVATIVE ALL-WEATHER TECHNOLOGY Optimal yields, whatever the weather with excellent low-light and temperature behavior.

ENDURING HIGH PERFORMANCE Long-term yield security with Anti-PID Technology1, Hot-Spot-Protect and Traceable Quality Tra.Q™.

EXTREME WEATHER RATING High-tech aluminum alloy frame, certified for high snow (5400Pa) and wind loads (4000Pa) regarding IEC.

MAXIMUM COST REDUCTIONS Up to 10% lower logistics costs due to higher module capacity per box.

A RELIABLE INVESTMENT Inclusive 12-year product warranty and 25-year linear performance guarantee2.

Mechanical Data & Components
Module Technology: 
65.7 × 39.4 × 1.26 in
41.45 lb
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Module Frame Material: 
Black Anodized
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Electrical Characteristics
Module Watts STC: 
290 Watts
Module Watts PTC: 
267.13 Watts
Max Power Voltage (Vmpp): 
31.96 Volts
Max Power Current (Impp): 
9.07 Amps
Open Circuit Voltage (Voc): 
39.19 Volts
Short Circuit Current (Isc): 
9.63 Amps
Max System Voltage: 
1000.00 Volts
Series Fuse Rating: 
20 Amps
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Datasheets & Collateral
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Data Sheet
Installation Manual
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