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LG Solar – MonoX Plus

With more than 50 years of experience in the technology space, LG Solar is a world leader in solar panel manufacturing.

Their latest panels are excellent examples of superior workmanship and testament to the research they have been able to perform over the years.

Freshly reintroduced on the market, The LG MonoX Plus is a popular option that offers a fine balance between price, performance and long warranty.

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Product Information

The superior performing LG panels are ideal for customers seeking visually pleasing solar panels, when the roof space is limited or when future system expansions are considered.

The 6th generation LG MonoX Plus now uses half cut cell technology. This type of solar cells cope better against shade and allow higher wattage for a similar panel size.

Proven field performance

LG has been involved in a number of comparison tests of the LG panels against many other brand panels. LG models are consistently among the best performers in these tests.

Award winning solar panels

LG panels range have won a string of local and international awards such as the Award at the Intersolar Industry Event (winner in 2013, 2015 and 2016), and the EUPD Top Brand PV in Australia (2016-2020).

15 Years product warranty

The LG product warranty is longer than many competitors standard 10 and 12 years warranties. The local warranty is provided by LG Electronics Australia. The warranty includes replacement labour and transport.

Quality control

The quality control of LG world-class production processes is monitored and improved to Six Sigma quality control standards, which includes 500+ monitoring points to effectively maintain and improve our uncompromising standards.

Corrosion Resistance Certification

LG MonoX Plus panels can be installed confidently right up to the coastline. The panels have received certification for Salt Mist Corrosion to maximum severity 6 and Ammonia Resistance.

Positive tolerance (0/+3%)

If you buy a 370 Watt panel then the flash test of this panel will show somewhere between 370W and 381W. Some competitor panels have -/+ tolerance, so you could get a flash test result below the rated Watt, meaning you pay for Watts you never get.

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