Sungrid solar modules consistently over-deliver on performance.
Sungrid have set their manufacturing quality and power tolerance standards above international standards to produce high quality, high efficiency solar panels that deliver a great value proposition to the end user.
What does this mean?
Over time, a Sungrid solar panels will consistently produce more electricity than modules with the same rating. This means the end user could be saving money over time (depending on their electricity usage).
A quick comparison of the market will show that Sungrid provide industry leading warranties that underpin the performance, power output and parts and product workmanship of their Solar panels:
• Power tolerance warranty of + 5%, – 0% (compared to typical industry standards of +3%, – 3%)
All Sungrid solar panels meet or exceed their rated power output by up to 5% and – 0% (compared to typical industry standards of +3%, – 3%). This means that every Sungrid solar panel will produce at least its rated nameplate power.
So for example, when a customer buys 190W they get 190W. In fact, recent analysis of the power output of a Sungrid solar panel shows that the average power of the SG-190M5 product is actually 193.8W.
That means each module delivers on average 2% (3.8 W) more power than it is rated for. That’s an extra 20W per kilowatt per solar power system installed.
The test conditions are STC. STC is defined as: Irradiance 1000W/m², Air mass 1.5, Cell temperature 25°C. The 193.8W is the average measured performance under STC of over 12,700 modules.
• Performance warranty of 90% power output after 12 years and 85% power output after 25 years on all Sungrid solar panels (exceeding the industry standard of 90% after 10 years and 80% after 25 years)
So when other companies say they have a 25 year performance warranty on their product, it doesn’t automatically imply they have the best performance. Always check the warranty details to find out ‘what’s’ under warranty for 25 years: 85%, like a Sungrid solar panel, or only 80% like many others.
• Parts and workmanship product warranty of 10 years (compared to the average in the industry of five, two or even one year).
The quality assurance procedures that are the Sungrid standard can be seen in the photos below, all these Solar panels have been removed and disposed of due to the fact they do not meet the engineers standards.