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As well as standard product tests IEC 61215 and IEC 61730, the modules have also been tested for salt spray, ammonia and increased pressure under heavy snow conditions. The positive test results confirm that the modules can be used even in regions with extreme weather conditions, such as when the salt or ammonia content in the ambient air is very high.

The modules can withstand pressures of up to 5,400 pascals. Centrosolar also tested its modules for potential-induced degradation resistance (PID) at the beginning of the year and TÜV Rheinland has confirmed that Centrosolar modules are PID resistant.


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