Monocrystalline module with square cells


The monocrystalline module is made of square cells and is said to have an efficiency of up to 15.3 percent. The manufacturer says the cells differ from their predecessors thanks to improvements in the metallization of the surface that boost their efficiency.

Protection against potential induced degradation (PID) is also said to be integrated into both modules. The likelihood of hot spots is moreover said to be reduced by improved wafer quality control. The identification of individual cells is facilitated by laser-assisted coding.

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