Thereby, the company introduces the DUN-SOLAR ID technology which is able to assign a proprietary DNA of sorts to every module via the backsheet. This DNA can be created and agreed upon individually for every module manufacturer. This way, end users, traders, customs and manufacturers are able to check the originality of a module to 100 percent, says Dunmore Europe.
Anyone can check the originality of the module in a few seconds via a reading device. The reader detects customer-specific identity features in the backsheet and gives an appropriate signal showing whether they match or not. The DUN-SOLAR ID technology is independent of the selection of raw material and has passed with DUN-SOLAR PPE+ ID the tests for backsheets common in the branch such as partial discharge test, damp heat test, humidity frost test and UV test without any problems.
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