Tenesol presents its custom made high output crystalline panel that enables architects the freedom to create their own designs.
The TE Lumex design can be integrated into facades, glass roofs, sunshades, curtain walls, double glazing and so on. These units are primarily an aesthetically pleasing way of generating renewable energy.
The TE 290/30072M is the largest and most powerful module in the Tenesol portfolio according to the company. The TE220/240-60P (multicrystalline cells) and TE235/250-60M (monocrystalline cells) are also on offer, being the first range of Tenesol modules with a positive tolerance. They offer a power tolerance of 0/5 watt-peak and are available with a black tedlar option, ideal for architectural integration.
The TE220/240-60P+ All Black and TE 235/250-60M are the range of modules with a black frame and a black backsheet which are made in Europe. Again, Tenesol states these modules are ideal for architectural integration.
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