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Old 09-08-2017, 07:19   #16
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Re: Lensun semiflexible panels problems - not good products

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Seems an interesting thing, but I've never seen one. My doubts are; Solidity of the system, and lack of internal bypass diodes. But it seems to me a good idea, I just want to try them at the first available plant. Do you have any idea of prices?
Tough SUNBEAMsystem 100W Flush price is around 415 EUR Teknik för alla väder Tough SUNBEAMsystem 100W Flush

Looks nice without jbox https://youtu.be/l_yFTQWc-lc
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Old 09-08-2017, 07:30   #17
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Tough SUNBEAMsystem 100W Flush price is around 415 EUR Teknik för alla väder Tough SUNBEAMsystem 100W Flush

Looks nice without jbox https://youtu.be/l_yFTQWc-lc
It is very beautiful aesthetically, but it does not allow for a perfectly smooth back panel (and when mounting is not good).

Also, that absurd price! Really costs a lot
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Old 09-08-2017, 10:28   #18
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It is very beautiful aesthetically, but it does not allow for a perfectly smooth back panel (and when mounting is not good).

Also, that absurd price! Really costs a lot
They claim "All panels are walkable when fitted to a solid surface", so maybe this white substance is some kind of soft sealant and then cable goes through the deck it compresses to be flat. Price... still cheaper than Solbian.
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still cheaper than Solbian.
Every panel is cheaper than Solbian
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Every panel is cheaper than Solbian
Oh really forgot So is Fly Solartech ETFE are best in terms quality vs price? Where is the best place to buy them?
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Oh really forgot So is Fly Solartech ETFE are best in terms quality vs price? Where is the best place to buy them?
Wait , wait wait .. I don't mean Fly Solatech ETFE panels are the absolute best! For my personal experience and for my technical knowledge are the finest panels (in value - price / service ratio) that I have ever tried, but I cannot say are the best in absolute terms! (I didn't try all the products on the market)

I do not know if there are dealers in your area or directly contact FLY Solartech
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Wait , wait wait .. I don't mean Fly Solatech ETFE panels are the absolute best! For my personal experience and for my technical knowledge are the finest panels (in value - price / service ratio) that I have ever tried, but I cannot say are the best in absolute terms! (I didn't try all the products on the market)

I do not know if there are dealers in your area or directly contact FLY Solartech
Got it. Absolute best is too expensive for me. Just looking for some optimal solution price vs quality. Any country in EU would be fine for me.
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