Solar Power

solar_1Video Screens, Inc. now offers Solar Power! Scoreboards normally depending on the size and number of LED lamps use ¼ watt per digit. The 12v DC battery is what actually runs the power to the scoreboard and the solar panel charges the battery.

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Features & Attributes

  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 2.2 × 6 × 1 inches
  • Weight: .9 lbs
  • 100% solid state
  • Series design (no shunt)
  • True 0 to 100% PWM duty cycle
  • Setpoint accuracy to 35 mV
  • Marine-rated terminals/anodized case
  • Temperature compensation
  • Sealed/flooded battery select
  • Rated to 25% overloads
  • No need to derate
  • Fully encapsulated in epoxy potting
  • Parallel for 40 amps or more
  • Green charging/Red LVD indicators

Electrical Data | STC*

Electrical Data CS6P 255P 260P 265P
Nominal Max. Power (Pmax) 255 W 260 W 265 Wimage006
Opt. Operating Voltage (Vmp) 30.2 V 30.4 V 30.6 V
Opt. Operating Current (Imp) 8.43 A 8.56 A 8.66 A
Open Circuit Voltage (Voc) 37.4 V 37.5 V 37.7 V
Short Circuit Current (Isc) 9.00 A 9.12 A 9.23 A
Module Efficiency 15.85 % 16.16 % 16.47 %
Operating Temperature -40°C ~ +85°C
Max. System Voltage 1000 V (IEC) or 1000 V (UL)
Module Fire Performance TYPE 1 (UL 1703) or
CLASS C (IEC 61730)
Max. Series Fuse Rating 15 A
Application Classification Class A
Power Tolerance 0 ~ + 5 W

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