Seraphim Releases New 158 High Efficiency Module

PVTIME - Jiangsu Seraphim Solar System Co., Ltd. (Seraphim), a world-class solar products manufacturer, rolled out its latest product, the 158 high efficiency shingled module on May 6.

The new 158 shingled module
can generate more power with higher efficiency ratings. By cutting the
158.75mm cells into 6 pieces and replacing the traditional ribbon with
electrical conductive adhesive, the new 158 shingled module can have a
maximum efficiency of 20.81 percent, with its module power reaching up
to 440W.

Solar panel efficiency measures how much of the sun’s
energy a certain panel can convert into usable electricity. The energy
is converted by capturing the electrical current generated when sunshine
interacts with silicon or thin film cells inside a solar panel.

In
addition to the high efficiency, the new product has increased
reliability and durability, with its attenuation rate 1.7 percent lower
than conventional modules.

“As a fully upgraded shingled module,
the new product represents a breakthrough made by Seraphim in the
shingled module technology. If innovation is our internal strength, then
this new 158 shingled module is our weapon to win the market. Seraphim
is one of the first companies in the industry to start mass production
of shingled modules. Over the years, we have continuously strengthened
research and development, and striving for excellence. I believe that
the new 158 shingled module will bring customers a superior product
experience,” said Polaris Li, president of Seraphim.

In recent
years, shingled modules have captured the interest of more and more
manufacturers. Shingled modules are expected to see rapid growth in
production capacity in the coming years and Seraphim forecasts that the
shingled module will become the mainstream module in the PV market in
the long run.

Since its foundation in 2011, Seraphim has been
specializing in research, development, production, innovation and sales
of PV products. So far, more than 8GW Seraphim’s products have been
installed in over 40 countries worldwide.

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