Aleo Solar - New in-roof solar module with half cells

Aleo is launching the new Leo Sol half-cell module with 385 to 400 watts onto the market. The powerful module can be integrated into the roof surface using the Solrif in-roof system from Ernst Schweizer.

The conventional roof tile is replaced by a solar module, creating a homogeneous appearance on the roof. The glass-foil module with black backing film consists of 108 half cells and achieves a peak output of 400 watts. 360 Watt Solar Panel

Aleo Solar - New in-roof solar module with half cells

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The new size variant can be combined with other modules in the series and utilises the roof surface more efficiently. The new Leo Sol monocrystalline module with 96 half cells is 1,795 millimetres wide and complements the Leo Sol in-roof module with 340 to 355 watts, also 96 half cells and 1,607 millimetres wide. Both Leo modules can be interconnected in a string.

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Full roof covering is also possible with the help of Solrif blind modules. They offer design options for integrating corners and edges around chimneys, skylights or dormers homogeneously into the roof. The module comes with a 25-year performance guarantee. (mfo)

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