Mission Solar

Mission Solar | Mono PERC 60 310W cell Silver/White

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Features

  • 305 - 315W class leading power output
  • 18.95% maximum efficiency
  • -0~+3% positive power tolerance
  • Certified Reliability
  • Tested to UL1703 & IEC standards
  • PID Resistant
  • Advanced Technology
  • PERC and 5 busbar drive >18% module efficiency
  • Ideal for all applications
  • Extreme Weather Resilience
  • 5631 Pa snow load (117 psf) tested load to UL1703
  • 185 mph wind rating (based upon 30 degree or less fixed tilt mount)
  • High-Power, American Quality
  • BAA compliant for government projects
  • Buy American Act
  • American Recovery & Reinvestment Act
  • 12-Year product warranty
  • 25-Year linear warranty

Outstanding performance with PERC

Passivated Emitter Rear Contact (PERC) technology provides excellent power output through advanced cell structure.

Best in class quality

Mission Solar Energy production lines are fully automated and include multiple quality checks throughout the production process.

Proven reliability and bankability

Mission Solar Energy panels have been tested by independent testing centers to meet and exceed IEC standards. Their panels are deployed in projects across North America.

Proudly assembled in the USA

Mission Solar Energy is headquartered in San Antonio, TX with module facilities onsite. Their hardworking team calls Texas home and is devoted to producing high quality solar products and services. Their supply chain includes local and domestic vendors increasing the impact to the U.S. economy.

25-year performance warranty / 12-year product warranty

Mission Solar modules offer an industry leading 25-year performance warranty independently backed by Powerguard’s third-party insurance and a 12-year product warranty. Mission Solar Energy is dedicated to quality, safety and reliability to ensure you get the very best.

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