Definition of Normal Operating Cell Temperature (NOCT)

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Normal Operating Cell Temperature (NOCT)

The term 'Normal Operating Cell Temperature (NOCT) ' as it applies to the area of photovoltaics can be defined as 'The estimated temperature of a PV module when operating under 800 w/m2 irradiance, 20C ambient temperature and wind speed of 1 meter per second. NOCT is used to estimate the nominal operating temperature of a module in its working environment'.

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