The TSM-DC05A is based on a 156mm cell platform, and 60 black cells and a black frame. A module with a black backsheet is also available. Trina Solar says this product line is therefore particularly suited for private residential and smaller commercial rooftop installations. The modules are capable of withstanding both snow loads of up to 900kg (5400Pa) per module and wind loads of up to 2,400Pa. The integrated Trinasmart which comes as an option enables the monitoring and control of arrays at module level and increases the system performance with opacity effects and differing module performances within a string, for example by up to 20%. Users have real-time access to all module data through their smartphone or laptop, enabling them to monitor and control the system including the ability to switch off the entire array in case of emergency. Trinasmart works with all inverters, can be simply wired in, and also makes it possible to run longer-than-usual strings of modules according to the company.
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