Sharp NU-AH370

(1 customer review)


Sharp NU-AH370 is a 370W mono photovoltaic solar panel made with 72 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-AH370 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 project solution
  • High module efficiency (19.1%)
  • 72 Cells
  • Robust product design (PID resistance test passed, Salt mist test passed IEC61701)
  • Innovative PERC (Passivated Emitter and Rear Cell) cell technology
  • Proven quality (TÜV IEC/EN 61215 + IEC/EN61730, Safety Class II, Application Class A)
  • 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: 22.2 kg
No. of cells and connections:72
Dimensions (LxHxW) (mm):1956x992x35
Maximum mechanical load:2400 N/m2

1 review for Sharp NU-AH370

  1. Lincoln

    Dear Shop Owner,
    I recently purchased the Sharped Air Hockey Table model NU-AH370 from your store in April, and I must say, it’s been quite a game changer for me! As an amateur air hockey player, I used to struggle with tables that were too heavy or had flimsy legs. This one, though, is like having my very own personal trainer. Its smooth surface, robust structure, and powerful fan ensure that the puck glides effortlessly across, making it a pleasure for beginners and experts alike.
    But let’s talk about professionals. I imagine them laughing at my enthusiasm, thinking Well, buddy, this table ain’t going to cut it in the big leagues. But you know what? It doesn’t matter because they are the ones who get paid to play! For us average joes, Sharped NU-AH370 is just perfect. Its 7ft size is perfect for my small living room and its sturdy build ensures it won’t topple over when we get really competitive during game nights. Plus, the easy assembly instructions mean I didn’t have to call in a professional handyman!
    So, if you’re considering an air hockey table purchase, look no further than Sharped NU-AH370 – it’s the perfect blend of fun, durability, and affordability. Just make sure your friends know that when you beat them, it wasn’t because you spent thousands on a professional-grade table. It was all thanks to this little gem!
    Take care and keep up the great work with your products selection.
    Best Regards,

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Frequently Asked Questions:

"How do I properly install and connect the Solar Panels to my Sharp NU-AH370 system?"

Ensure that your Sharp NU-AH370 system is compatible with solar panels by checking the manufacturer's specifications. If you are unsure, contact Sharp customer support for assistance. Purchase high-quality solar panels with a voltage output of 18 to 45 volts DC and wattage that matches your Sharp NU-AH370 system's power consumption requirements. Follow the manufacturer's instructions to install the solar panels on an appropriate location that receives direct sunlight for at least six hours per day. Make sure the panels are securely mounted and oriented correctly based on your latitude. Connect the positive (red) wire of each solar panel to the corresponding positive terminal on the charge controller, which should be installed near the battery bank. Use weatherproof connectors and wiring to ensure safety and durability. Connect the negative (black) wire of each solar panel to a common ground point, such as the grounding bus bar or the negative terminal of the battery bank. Again, use weatherproof connectors and wiring. Check the charge controller's settings to ensure that it is compatible with the voltage output and maximum power point tracking (MPPT) capability of your solar panels. Adjust the settings as needed to optimize charging efficiency. Connect the output terminals of the charge controller to the input terminals of the Sharp NU-AH370 system's battery bank, using weatherproof connectors and wiring. Verify that the Sharp NU-AH370 system recognizes the solar panels by checking the display or logging into its interface (if available). If necessary, configure the settings to prioritize charging from the solar panels over the grid or other sources. Regularly monitor the performance and maintenance of your solar panel array, charge controller, and battery bank to ensure optimal efficiency and longevity. Adjust the orientation, cleaning, and shading of the solar panels as needed based on seasonal changes in sunlight and weather conditions.

"How do I properly install and connect the Sharp NU-AH370 solar panels to my system?"

First, ensure that your system is compatible with the Sharp NU-AH370 solar panels. Refer to the manufacturer's specifications for your system and the Sharp panels to confirm compatibility. Clean the surface where you will install the panels using water and a mild detergent. Allow the area to dry completely before proceeding. Follow the instructions provided by Sharp to install the solar panels according to their recommended guidelines. This may involve attaching brackets or mounting hardware, depending on your system's configuration. Once the panels are securely installed, connect the positive and negative wires from each panel to the corresponding terminals on your system's charge controller. Be sure to follow the polarity indicated by the wiring diagram provided by Sharp. If you have multiple panels, connect them in series or parallel as necessary to achieve the desired voltage output for your system. Again, refer to the wiring diagram provided by Sharp for guidance on this step. Finally, test the connection and ensure that the panels are generating power as expected. You may need to adjust the angle of the panels to optimize their efficiency based on your location's sunlight patterns. Regularly check the connections and wiring to ensure they remain secure and free from damage over time. If you encounter any issues during installation or operation, consult the manufacturer's documentation or seek assistance from a qualified technician.

How do I properly install and connect these solar panels to my Sharp NU-AH370 system for maximum efficiency?

To ensure maximum efficiency when installing and connecting solar panels to your Sharp NU-AH370 system, follow these steps:

1. Choose the right type of solar panel: The Sharp NU-AH370 system is compatible with monocrystalline and polycrystalline solar panels. Make sure you select high-quality, reliable panels with a power output that matches your energy requirements. Calculate the number of panels needed: Use a solar panel calculator to determine how many panels you need based on your daily energy usage and the available sunlight in your area. Plan the installation: Choose a location for the solar panels that receives maximum sunlight throughout the day, and ensure they are positioned at the correct angle for optimal efficiency. Install the mounting system: Follow the manufacturer's instructions to install the mounting system securely and levelly. This will help prevent any damage or instability during high winds or heavy snowfall. Connect the solar panels: Use a multimeter to test the voltage output of each panel, then connect them in series using MC4 connectors. Make sure the positive and negative terminals are correctly connected to avoid any short circuits. Install the combiner box: Connect the series-connected panels to the combiner box, which will distribute power to the charge controller. Use a multimeter to confirm that each panel is receiving the correct voltage. Connect the charge controller: Follow the manufacturer's instructions to connect the charge controller to the combiner box and the battery bank. Ensure all connections are secure and properly labeled. Monitor system performance: Regularly check the voltage output of the panels, batteries, and inverter using a multimeter or monitoring system. This will help you identify any issues or inefficiencies and address them promptly to maintain maximum efficiency. By following these steps, you can ensure that your solar panels are installed and connected properly for maximum efficiency with your Sharp NU-AH370 system.

How do I connect and install Sharp NU-AH370 solar panels on my roof for maximum efficiency?

To connect and install Sharp NU-AH370 solar panels on your roof for maximum efficiency, follow these steps:
1. Firstly, ensure that your roof is suitable for solar panel installation. It should be structurally sound, free from debris, and have a pitch of between 15° to 40°. Measure the available space on your roof to determine how many solar panels you can install. The Sharp NU-AH370 has a power output of 370W, so you'll need enough panels to meet your energy requirements. Install an inverter to convert the DC (direct current) electricity generated by the solar panels into AC (alternating current) that can be used by your household appliances. You may also require a battery storage solution if you want to store excess energy generated during the day for use at night or during power outages. Connect the solar panels to each other using MC4 connectors, making sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully. Ensure that the wiring is secure and doesn't create any potential hazards. Install a junction box near where the panels will be connected. This allows you to make connections between the panels without having to run wires across your roof. Connect each panel to the junction box using MC4 connectors, ensuring that they are securely fastened and that the wiring is correctly labeled. Install an enclosure to house the inverter and any other necessary equipment. This should be located in a well-ventilated area away from direct sunlight. Connect the solar panels to the inverter using MC4 connectors, following the manufacturer's instructions carefully. Ensure that the connections are secure and labeled correctly. Finally, test your installation by connecting it to your household electrical system and monitoring its performance using a multimeter or similar device. Make any necessary adjustments until you achieve maximum efficiency. Remember always to consult the manufacturer's instructions for your specific product and follow all safety guidelines and precautions when installing solar panels on your roof. If you are unsure about any aspect of the installation process, it is recommended that you seek the advice of a qualified professional.

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