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Mitsubishi 185 PV-UD185MF5 Solar Panel

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  • Limited use of lead solder
  • Weather resistant

Product Information

Model Part No. Watts Amps Volts Size & Weight Price
Mitsubishi 185 PV-UD185MF5 Solar Panel1988645185W8.13A24.4VDC65.3 × 32.6 × 1.81 in
43 lbs


Mitsubishi Electric's photovoltaic modules are engineered for extended use in environments with extreme temperatures and harsh weather conditions, these panels utilize polysilicon technology and are known for their high reliability, high-efficiency, and low environmental impact.

All of our modules feature a 25-year limited warranty on power output; these well-designed panels will deliver trouble-free electricity for years to come Save money: Mitsubishi panels contribute to total system cost reduction because their high efficiency cells allow you to construct a large-scale system with fewer modules, thus using less module rack support material. 

Modules utilize over 80 years of experience in electrical and electronic equipment. Mitsubishi has been making PV modules, which provide power to satellites since the 1970's. 

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Features & Attributes

  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 65.3 × 32.6 × 1.81 inches
  • Weight: 43 lbs
  • High Efficiency
  • Solder-Free Cells
  • Fine Grid Electrodes
  • BSF (Back Surface Field) Structure
  • Anti-reflective Coating
  • Unique Bus Bar Design
  • Cerium-Free/High-Transmittance Glass
  • Tightest Tolerance: +/-3%
  • High Power Output in Actual Use
  • High Reliability
  • Original Derating Designing Concept
  • Straight Tabs
  • Double-Sided Independent Tabs
  • Lower Slope of Module Frame
  • Passed Static Load Test 5400 Pa
  • Protection Bar
  • Higher Tensile Strength Structure
  • Solid Frame Structure
  • Tempered Glass
  • Better Water Drainage Structure
  • Max. System Voltage 600V wit
  • Triple-Layer Structure Back Fill
  • High Safety
  • Triple-Layer Structure Junction Box
  • Ultra Reliable Bypass Diode
  • Locking Electrical Connectors
  • Lighter Weight: 37 pound per module
  • Conformity with IEC61215 2nd edition, UL 170
  • Eco-Friendly
  • Lead-Free Solder PV Modules
  • Manufactured in an ISO 14001 Certified Plant
  • Recyclable Steel Pallets
  • MPN: PV-UD185MF5
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Mitsubishi 185 PV-UD185MF5 Solar Panel

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About Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi solar panels

Mitsubishi Electric has been in the solar electric field since its infancy in the 70s, when they made the first solar panels to provide power to satellites. They continue to lead the industry with their photovoltaic modules, designed both for commercial and residential grid-tie applications. Mitsubishi solar panels offer both high performance and reliability and meet the requirements of international quality standards (UL 1703, IEC 61215, TÜV Safety Class II).  

Mitsubishi Electric has perfected a manufacturing process that limits the use of harmful lead solder by using silver electrodes on the surface of their solar panels. This proprietary technology makes their panels especially weather resistant. It also allows panels to uniformly reflect the sun’s rays, improving cell efficiency. Solar panels with high efficiency make the best use of limited space, and lower costs by reducing the number of modules needed. Their newest panels boast an efficiency rating of 13.7 percent.

Further environmentally friendly innovation has reduced the energy it takes to produce their panels.

TECH TIP: The 170-watt and larger modules are designed for use in high-voltage grid-tie applications, but can be used in large industrial and off-grid applications for battery charging with the appropriate MPPT charge controller.)

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