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Model #GS-P60-265x4

265-Watt Polycrystalline Solar Panel (4-Pack)

  • 60-cell 24-Volt residential rooftop solar panel
  • UL listed for grid-tied and off-grid power application
  • Pallet with two 265W panels total
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Product Overview

The Grape Solar 265-Watt Polycrystalline PV Solar Panel bonus pack bundles 4 Grape Solar 265-Watt solar panels for extra savings. The Grape Solar 265-Watt Polycrystalline PV Solar Panel uses high efficiency solar cells (approximately 19%) made from quality silicon material for high module conversion efficiency, long term output stability, and reliability. Virtually maintenance free. High transmittance, low iron tempered glass for durability and enhanced impact resistance.

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Panel Height (in.)
1.37
Panel length (in.)
64.6
Panel Width (in.)
39

Details

Amperage (amps)
8.56
Application
Cabin,Shed
Features
Outdoor,Weatherproof
Included
No Additional Items Included
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Number of Panels
4
Panel Material
Polycrystalline Silicon
Panel weight (lb.)
40
Returnable
90-Day
Solar panel type
Polycrystalline
Voltage (v)
24 v
Wattage (watts)
265

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 year limited product warranty on materials and workmanship 25 year warranty on greater than 80% power output and 10 year warranty on greater than 90% power output Refer to warranty document for detailed warranty information

Questions & Answers

49Questions44Answers

I have four panels in series, a 2 x 2 arrangement on the ground. I have shading issues in the mor...

Asked by Larry June 14, 2019
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they all do nowadays. assuming you can't move them and depending on your setup, an enphase microinverter per panel can help minimize the impact shaded panels.

I want to connect my A/C to this solor panel stuff, I am not good at this kind of install but wan...

Asked by Dominic January 30, 2019
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You could use micro inverters like Enphase IQ7 (one per panel) - you would need to buy a trunk cable (AC side L/L/N/GND = 120/240V - two hot + neutral = ground). Keep in mind: the inverters only deliver power, when the grid is active. When the grid is down, the micro inverters shut off (to protect lineman from being hurt or killed). You also could use a grid- tie inverter from Outback (high quality, but more expensive). Either way - check for getting a permit, if you tie into the grid

Does the included documentation say anything about ROHS compliance? I'm pumped for solar, but I d...

Asked by Burger December 26, 2018
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I didn’t see anything like that in the manual but they are very well constructed panels. Installed mine and everything is fine.

How many solar panel come in each pack?

Asked by Rico October 29, 2018
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People are asking this "dumb" question because HD screwed up the description - HD description says "Pallet with two 265W panels total". This is incorrect, it's 4 panels total.

What is the hail rating or impact rating on these? I live in Oklahoma so it's imperative that these withstand hail. Thx

Asked by Curious July 1, 2018
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Grape solar specification sheet says that they meet UL 1703 standard for their GS-P60-265-Fab2 PV panels. Underwriter Laboratory (UL) 1703 Standard deals (in part) with impact testing. A paper at http://rci-online.org/wp-content/uploads/2012-CTS-koontz.pdf provides an overview of some UL 1703 impact testing with a 2" diameter steel sphere that generates 5 foot pound of energy. This is reported as equivalent to a ~2" diameter free-falling ice sphere at 22 foot-pounds. The paper discusses some of the dynamics of testing. Furthermore, Underwriter Laboratory site at https://www.ul.com/inside-ul/solar-panels-testing/ provides a description of impact testing under UL label 1703: (1) "drop a two-inch solid steel sphere from a height of 51 inches onto the surface of the PV module" and ( 2) a second test - "placing a perfectly formed spherical chunk of ice into a pneumatic cannon and firing the calibrated ice ball at 10 to 13 critical locations on the PV module.

Are this panels UL or ETL certified my email is Richard.Garcia@cemglobal.com

Asked by Richard June 14, 2018
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The specification sheet at http://www.grapesolar.com/docs/GS-P60-265-Fab2.pdf list the GS-P60-265-Fab2 panels as "UL1702" certified for solar panels - UL1702 is UL (united laboratories) standard for solar panels.

What are the dimensions of these solar panels? Is this the "standard" size of all solar panels?

Asked by elderal June 1, 2018
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I just measured them, and they are approximately 38.5 inches Wide by 65 inches Long by 1.5 inches Thick. That is what I have.

Is the 25 year output warranty still valid if installed on an rv or van?

Asked by rj April 23, 2018
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I'm not sure about that, but as long as they are mounted securely and don't get damaged by wiping them off on a tree branch or something, it seems to me that it shouldn't matter where they are mounted as long as they don't get damaged as a result of that. That being said, I would call Grape in Oregon and ask to be sure. The Home Depot Help Desk can call them for you in person and let you talk with them (DURING NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS), that's what I did. I can tell you that my Cousin in Oregon put these panels on the roof of his 5th wheel RV (mounted securely) and travels all over without any issues. He says they work great.

Where are the specifications for these panels? For example, I need to know their dimensions in o...

Asked by EGK April 13, 2018
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Hi , there is a full installation manual , specification , and datasheet on the product page. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Grape-Solar-265-Watt-Polycrystalline-Solar-Panel-4-Pack-GS-P60-265x4/206365811?cm_mmc=Shopping%7CG%7CVF%7CD27E%7C27-31_CONTROL%7CNA%7CPLA%7c71700000033101431%7c58700003865771066%7c92700031085865450&gclid=CjwKCAiAx4fhBRB6EiwA3cV4Krn3SDf2p-PDtb65C0k0j9gekIUiQm7fV3Ph_JBn5HgQOY_81aEYxRoCzfoQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds

Are these rigid or flex panels?

Asked by LCat April 3, 2018
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Rigid and built pretty sturdy with aluminum frames.

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Happy Michigander. I have 9 of the 265 watt Grape panels mounted in 3 strings of 3 on top of my p...
Happy Michigander. I have 9 of the 265 watt Grape panels mounted in 3 strings of 3 on top of my pergola feeding my Morningstar MPPT into a 48 volt battery bank. Averaging 2600 watt days in Nov and Dec, The system hit multiple peak days over 10,000 watts during early fall when I installed the system. Plus it makes a nice sun shade on the Pergola.
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Originally bought 2 panels four years ago. Those are still working fine. Added another 4 panels a...
Originally bought 2 panels four years ago. Those are still working fine. Added another 4 panels a few months ago and that really made a difference. Just added another 4 panels and they run the meter backwards all day long. I redesigned the clothesline system to accommodate them and left room to add another 4 panels which I will probably do next year. I matched them with Enphase M250 micro-inverters and they have been working great. Here are the photos.
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The Grape solar panels are charging the batteries.
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I am using this, 3 sets of them bought over...
I am using this, 3 sets of them bought over the last 5 years, for an off-grid system that runs a well and an irrigation system. I had a run the system for the last year and a half with no issues and then suddenly the batteries started to discharge and I was getting a low voltage warning.I realized a setting on the charge controller was wrong and thought maybe I had fried the batteries. I replaced them. Same behavior. Now I am discharging brand new batteries.I opened a ticket with the vendor and with the manufacturer.As it turns out, I was not generating enough of a voltage differential between the panels and the batteries. I decided to add a third set of panels to go with a 3-in-series, 4-in-parallel instead of the previous 2-in-series, 4-in-parallel set up. The voltage came up to nearly 100V from the panels (it is 48V system). Batteries are charging great and this is working well for everything we need.
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Online order shipped to store. Picked up in good condition.
Online order shipped to store. Picked up in good condition.
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Great value for money and delivered in excellent physical shape...
Great value for money and delivered in excellent physical shape will put up in spring.
by Mark
I am sure the panels will meet my expectation. I...
I am sure the panels will meet my expectation. I purchased them for overseas. So they are on their way to the Island and will be install as soon as they get there.
by Vicki
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We haven't installed them yet, but so far they look like what we have wanted.
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