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IXOLAR™ High Efficiency 25% SolarBIT Solar Cells

ANYSOLAR's SolarBITs are ideal for charging many types of battery-powered off the grid products

Image of IXYS Corporation/Littelfuse's IXOLAR™ High Efficiency SolarBITANYSOLAR's IXOLAR SolarBIT products, made of high-efficiency monocrystalline solar cells with very high 25% power conversion, are ideal for charging many types of battery-powered products. The SolarBIT products are offered as a component so customers can assemble one or many cells with ease to incorporate solar charging into their products. Monocrystalline cells can be used in indoor and outdoor applications because they have a broad spectral sensitivity of 300 nm to 1100 nm.

The wide range of applications include remote sensors, battery-powered lights, wireless self-powered security devices and systems, and handheld consumer products such as flashlights, mobile phones, cameras, PDAs, MP3 players, and more. They are also suitable for industrial applications, portable instrumentation, portable battery-powered tools, portable medical devices, automotive toll transponders, portable radios, and for charging emergency back-up batteries.

Features
  • Monocrystalline silicon technology
  • High efficiency 25% power conversion
  • Used for outdoor and indoor applications
  • Reflow solderable sealed SMD package
  • High mechanical robustness
  • Can be used in automatic pick and place machines

IXOLAR™ High Efficiency 25% SolarBIT Solar Cells

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionAvailable Quantity
MONOCRYS SOLAR CELL 30.7MW 690MVKXOB25-14X1F-TRMONOCRYS SOLAR CELL 30.7MW 690MV0View Details
MONOCRYS SOLAR CELL 30.7MW 2.07VKXOB25-05X3F-TRMONOCRYS SOLAR CELL 30.7MW 2.07V3897 - ImmediateView Details
MONOCRYS SOLAR CELL 26.3MW 5.53VKXOB25-02X8F-TRMONOCRYS SOLAR CELL 26.3MW 5.53V2544 - ImmediateView Details
MONOCRYSTL SOLAR CELL 22MW 2.07VKXOB25-04X3FMONOCRYSTL SOLAR CELL 22MW 2.07V753 - ImmediateView Details
MONOCRYS SOLAR CELL 30.7MW 690MVKXOB25-14X1FMONOCRYS SOLAR CELL 30.7MW 690MV0View Details
Updated: 2020-10-12
Published: 2012-06-29