Ameresco Solar M-Type Solar Panels

Ameresco Solar's M-Type solar panel is a high-efficiency photovoltaic module for outdoor DC charging applications.

Features

  • Cost-effective photovoltaic power for DC loads
  • 36 in-series multicrystalline cells generate 10-watts
  • Multimount frame allows even greater flexibility in mounting
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Ameresco Solar M-Type Solar Panels5M 5-watt solar panel with 15 ft. cable, 12 volt
$77.00
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Ameresco Solar M-Type Solar Panels 10M 10-watt solar panel with 15 ft. cable, 12 volt
$109.00
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Ameresco Solar M-Type Solar Panels 20M 20-watt solar panel with 15 ft. cable, 12 volt
$170.00
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Ameresco Solar M-Type Solar Panels
5M
5-watt solar panel with 15 ft. cable, 12 volt
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$77.00
Ameresco Solar M-Type Solar Panels
10M
10-watt solar panel with 15 ft. cable, 12 volt
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$109.00
Ameresco Solar M-Type Solar Panels
20M
20-watt solar panel with 15 ft. cable, 12 volt
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$170.00
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Ameresco Solar HPM5-10 Pole Mount Bracket HPM5-10 Pole mount bracket for 10J & 10M solar panels
$39.95
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Ameresco Solar HPM-10-20-30 Pole Mount Bracket HPM-10-20-30 Pole mount bracket for 10J, 10M & 30J solar panels
$49.95
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Ameresco Solar HPM18-30 Pole Mount Bracket HPM18-30 Pole mount bracket for 20J & 20M solar panels
$49.95
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Pole mount bracket for 10J & 10M solar panels
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$39.95
Pole mount bracket for 10J, 10M & 30J solar panels
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$49.95
Pole mount bracket for 20J & 20M solar panels
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$49.95
With 36 multicrystalline cells in series, these solar panels charge batteries efficiently in virtually any climate. Typical commercial applications of these modules include remote telemetry, instrumentation systems, security sensors, and land-based navigation aids. They are also well-suited to providing subsistence power to homes in remote areas without utility service.
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