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Eurener, a Spain-based PV module manufacturer, has introduced Clear, a transparent PV module designed for optimal architectural integration.

The module consists of 60 crystalline silicon cells and features positive tolerance and power up to 250 W. Glass with 4-mm thickness and an air chamber in the frame are intended to provide increased mechanical strength, the company notes.

Clear is available in two models: CEPV-Monocrystalline and CEP-Polycrystalline. Each is available with a silver grey aluminum frame, a black frame and semi-transparent black cells, or no frame.

Certifications include IEC 61215, IEC 61730, frontal load (snow) of 5400 Pa, backload (wind) of 2400 Pa, C class fire resistance, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, Eurener adds.



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