25-year limited warranty on Inverter and Panels

Overview

The Enphase M215 is the world’s most efficient microinverter.

Based on Enphase’s third generation technology, the M215 incorporates the latest innovations in power electronics and custom microchips to deliver 96% CEC efficiency and a range of patented performance features that maximize the performance of 60-cell solar modules.

In addition, the M215 is light weight and offers a “single-bolt” mounting bracket that makes installation easier than any other inverter on the market.

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General Features

  • 25 year limited warranty (PDF)
  • Integrates with Enphase Engage Cable
  • CSA listed per UL 1741/IEE1547
  • Works with 60-cell modules ONLY

M215 Metrics

  • 96% CEC efficiency
  • Output power: 215W
  • Recommended max input power: 260W
  • MPPT Range: 22-36V
  • Low-voltage operation capability

Panels

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The HIT (Heterojunction with Intrinsic Thin layer) solar cell is composed of a mono thin crystalline silicon wafer surrounded by ultra-thin amorphous silicon layers. This product provides industry-leading performance and value using state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques."HIT" is a trademark of Panasonic Group. The name "HIT" comes from "Heterojunction with intrinsic Thin-layer" which is an original technology of Panasonic Group.

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HIT N series are lead free.
HIT solar cell modules minimize the impact on the environment in the future.

Very high conversion efficiency of HIT photovoltaic modules makes it possible to install more capacity compared to other conventional HIT photovoltaic modules.

Even at high temperatures, the HIT solar cell can maintain higher efficiency than a conventional crystalline silicon solar cell.

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At LG Solar, quality-assurance is a top priority, that's why our solar panels are created using the most technologically advanced processes available. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities are designed to produce high quality, high performance cell panels that come ready to perform.

Inspection

Each wafer is thoroughly examined and measured to eliminate defects, so only the best-quality wafers are selected.

Wet Etching

Selected wafers then undergo a wet etching process which surfaces are immersed in acidic (multi) and alkaline (mono) solutions to help reduce light reflection.

Diffusion

N-type emitters are formed by loading P-element POCI3 gas into P-type wafers.

AR Coating

These wafers are then coated with an anti-reflective SiNx:H film through a PECVD method using SiH4 & NH3 to dilute reflection and improve passivation.

Metallization

Metallic electrodes are composed to gather activated electrical carriers (electrons and holes) for each cell.

Sorting

Cells are finally measured and sorted by efficiency and classified by level of defect, color and electrical characteristics

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Experience, Reliability and Innovation from a World Leader in Solar

Sharp began commercial solar sales in 1963. Since then, Sharp has been a leader in the solar electric industry with efficient, affordable systems. From the world’s first solar-powered calculator to solar-powered residential and commercial applications, Sharp powers more homes and businesses than any other solar manufacturer in the world.

Today, Sharp offers more product choices so that an installer can create a system that’s customized specifically for your home. And with Sharp's proven history of reliability and customer satisfaction, you can make the switch to solar with the assurance that we’re here to stay. Our 25-year limited warranty on power output is a promise you can trust.

Solar Electricity Makes Sense Today

Solar electricity is quickly becoming the energy option of choice for many Americans. The advantages for you, your family and the environment are compelling and easy to understand. And with Sharp’s help, having a solar electric system installed on your home has never been easier.

Interested in going solar? Consult a Sharp certified independent installer to select the right combination of products for you and your home.