The X-Series Micromorph consists of an amorphous and microcrystalline silicon layer.
The micromorph tandem structure of Inventux modules absorbs a particularly wide spectrum of light while generating more power in diffused sunlight than crystalline modules as the company states.
The surface area is 1.43 square meters and has a frameless glass/glass design. According to the company, Inventux was the first European manufacturer of micromorph modules to receive certification from TÜV Rheinland for its X-Series modules.
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