Sharp NU-AC300B


Sharp NU-AC300B is a 300w mono photovoltaic solar panel made with 60 monocrystalline silicon cells and featuring anti-reflection coating, high transmittance and low iron tempered glass, with a robust anodized aluminium alloy frame and IP67 junction box protection.

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Sharp NU-AC300B monocrystalline photovoltaic module

Sharp is a leading global specialist in solar energy solutions. And not just since yesterday – over 55 years’ experience is a testament to our heritage, know-how and reliability.


  • The design solution (Black)
  • High module efficiency (18.3%)
  • 60 Cells
  • Innovative PERC (Passivated Emitter and Rear Cell) technology
  • Robust product design (PID resistance test passed)
  • Proven quality (VDE, IEC/EN 61215 + IEC/EN61730, Safety Class II, Application Class A, Fire rating class C)
  • Reliable Guarantee (10 years product guarantee, 25 years linear performance guarantee)
  • Guaranteed positive power tolerance (at least the specified value and up to 5 % more is achieved)

Mechanical data:

Weight: 18.5 kg
Dimensions (LxHxW) (mm):1640x992x35 mm
Maximum mechanical load:2400 N/m2


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Frequently Asked Questions:

What is the recommended angle for installing the Sharps NU-AC300B solar panel to optimize its performance?

The recommended angle for installing the Sharps NU-AC300B solar panel to optimize its performance depends on your specific location and latitude. However, a general guideline is to set the angle of the solar panel at an inclination equal to your latitude plus 15 degrees. For example, if you live in a city with a latitude of 37 degrees north, the recommended angle for installation would be 52 degrees (37 + 15 = 52). This angle allows the solar panels to capture sunlight throughout the day and maximize energy production.

It's also important to note that the optimal tilt angle can change seasonally. In winter months when the sun is lower in the sky, you may need to adjust your panel's tilt downward for better performance. Conversely, in summer months when the sun is higher in the sky, tilting the panels upward may be beneficial.

Ultimately, it's recommended that you consult with a professional installer who can help determine the best angle and orientation for your specific location and needs. They will take into account factors such as shading from nearby buildings or trees, local weather patterns, and any other potential obstacles that could impact the performance of your solar panels.

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