Boamax, a prominent Chinese solar module manufacturer, has unveiled two innovative bifacial heterojunction solar modules designed to cater to the varying needs of commercial and industrial projects, as well as utility-scale photovoltaic installations.
The smaller of the two offerings, the BM210H-120DG, is available in nine distinct versions, offering power outputs ranging from 625 W to 665 W. Boasting impressive efficiency levels spanning from 22.08% to 23.50%, this module offers open-circuit voltages in the range of 45.13 V to 46.48 V, with short-circuit currents ranging from 17.31 A to 17.79 A. The module's dimensions measure 2,172 mm x 1,303 mm x 35 mm, with a weight of 35.3 kg.
In contrast, the larger module, bearing the name ‘BM210H-132DG,' also comes in nine variants, with power outputs ranging from 690 W to 730 W and efficiency levels between 22.21% and 23.50%. The open-circuit voltage for this module falls between 49.82 V and 51.09 V, while the short-circuit current spans from 17.31 A to 17.79 A. The dimensions of this module are 2,384 mm x 1,303 mm x 35 mm, and it has a weight of 38.7 kg.
Both of these solar panels are crafted with a robust frame constructed from anodized aluminum alloy and feature 2.0 mm anti-reflection tempered glass. They are equipped with 210 mm n-type heterojunction solar cells, offering impressive performance. Boamax's modules are further characterized by their IP68 enclosure and a maximum system voltage of 1,500 V.
The company stands behind its products with a compelling 39-year linear power output guarantee and a 15-year product guarantee. Furthermore, Boamax commits to ensuring that the end power output after 30 years remains at no less than 90.3% of the nominal output power.
Headquartered in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, Boamax operates state-of-the-art solar cell and module manufacturing facilities with a collective capacity of 5 GW.
Notably, in November 2022, Boamax revealed its plans to construct a solar module factory in Etuoke Banner, Inner Mongolia, with an investment of CNY 13.3 billion ($1.81 billion). This facility is anticipated to achieve an annual module production capacity of 18 GW, further solidifying Boamax's presence in the solar manufacturing sector. The company is concurrently advancing its operations with the construction of a cell and module factory in Bengbu, Anhui province.