Solar Module

Solar Modules are made up of multiple solar cells connected in parallel. Multiple redundant connections to the front and back of each cell help assure reliability and by using single-crystal silicon cells, the module can produce power with as little as 5% sunlight. Two or more by-pass diodes are wired into each module to reduce potential power loss if a portion of the solar array are in the shade.

Solar cells are permanently laminated between special anti-reflective tempered glasses and backed by multiple layers of EVA polymer for protection. This tough, weather-proof package is then sealed by a neoprene edge-gasket and supported by a rugged light weight aluminium frame containing a junction box that accepts conduits, cable or wire design for easy field wiring. Built-in bypass diodes help system performance during partial shadowing. Front and back of each cell assure module circuit reliability.