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|Product Name:||Thin Laminated Solar Panel||Size:||Clients Requirements|
|Feature:||Long Life||Component:||ECTFE/EVA/Cell/PET/PCB/WATER PROOF CANVAS|
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12w Laminated Solar Panel clients requirements Size Long Life span
How is a solar panel laminated?
PV lamination is a proven concept and works as following:
In order to laminate a solar panel, two layers of ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) are used in following sequence: glass / EVA / solar cell strings / EVA / tedlar polyester tedlar (TPT).
During the lamination process, the prepared 5-layer module is placed in the lamination machine and heated to max. 135°C for a period of approx. 22 minutes.
The laminate that comes out is completely sealed, and when produced well, will protect the solar cells for at least 25 years.
After the laminate is cooled down, excessive EVA and TPT will be cut away, and the junction box will be attached. Finally the laminate can be framed.
Thin film solar panels are used in mostly low power applications from powering calculators, watches, toys to boats and rooftops.
What is the future when it comes to PV lamination?
Nowadays there are numerous encapsulants that are most likely going to replace the old fashioned way of laminating.
Their technology replaces the old fashioned lamination process with a spray machine that equally spreads an adhesive on the solar panel.
The major advantage of spray technology is that the solar cell are treated gently. During the old fashioned lamination process it’s very common that solar cells crack.
This is due to irregular soldering connections. With the use of innovative procedures this will not be an issue anymore.
|Component||ECTFE/EVA/Cell/PET/PCB/WATER PROOF CANVAS|
|Open Circuit Voltage(VOC)||22.5V||22.5V||22.5V|
|Short Circuit Current(ISC)||9.17A||11.85A||17.77A|
|Max. Power Voltage(Vmp)||18V||18V||18V|
|Max. Power Current(Imp)||8.33A||11.11A||16.67A|
|Maximum System Voltage||1000V||1000V||1000V|
|Opertate Temperature Range||-40℃ to + 85℃||-40℃ to + 85℃||-40℃ to + 85℃|
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