### Wiring solar panels: Calculate in series and parallel wired PV solar panels

Wiring between solar panels (back of solar panels) When PV Modules are connected in series, the voltage adds up, but the power(A) capacity remains the same

When PV Modules are connected in series, the voltage adds up, but the power(A) capacity remains the same..

## Modules connected in series

Interconnection of any number of Modules is usually done as a series connection. In this case, the negative terminal of one Module is connected to the positive terminal of the other Module, so that all Modules are supplied with the same current. The resulting total stress is then the sum of the partial stresses. The series connection of Modules is often referred to as a series connection.

System Current(Isc or Impp) of the Module:

System Volt of the Module System:

Number of Modules

 sp-x22-370-ds-en-ltr-mc4comp-527787_0: Electrical Data Nominal Power (Pnom): 370 W Power Tolerance: +5/0% Panel Efficiency 22.7% Rated Voltage (Vmpp): 59.1 V Rated Current (Impp): 6.26 A Open-Circuit Voltage (Voc) 69.5 V Short-Circuit Current (Isc) 6.66 A Max. System Voltage 600 V UL & 1000 V IEC Maximum Series Fuse 15 A Power Temp Coef. −0.29% / o C Voltage Temp Coef. −167.4 mV / o C Current Temp Coef. 2.9 mA / o C STP30-60-DEN1834-V13web MPP voltage range 175 V to 800 V Min. input voltage / initial input voltage 150 V Max. input current input: 12 A

The parallel connection of Modules makes it possible to individually increase the capacity(A) while maintaining the same voltage

## Switch Modules or cells in parallel

In parallel connection of Modules, the positive pole is connected to the positive pole and the negative pole to the negative pole. The capacity (A) of the individual Modules then adds up while the total voltage corresponds to the voltage of the individual Modules. Basically, only Modules with the same voltage should be connected in parallel.

Ampere of the Module:

Volt of the Module:

Amount of Modules: