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Solar Crystalline Photovoltaic Module


The term solar panel is used colloquially for a photo-voltaic (PV) module. A PV module is an assembly of photo-voltaic cells mounted in a frame work for installation. Photo-voltaic cells use sunlight as a source of energy and generate direct current electricity. A collection of PV modules is called a PV Panel, and a system of Panels is an Array. Arrays of a photovoltaic system supply solar electricity to electrical equipment.

Our solar modules are manufactured under integrated management system for safety and quality.

Features of Solar PV Modules

  • Solar PV modules have aluminium frames that are attached with tapes directly on to the silicon or laminate. These frames are useful for increasing the mechanical strength of PV modules and making the installation process easier.
  • Manufacturers conduct a series of tests for measuring the electricity generated by PV modules using a sun simulator. The sun simulator is designed to produce specific light conditions for measuring the peak power generated by the solar module.
  • Thin-film solar modules are made up of layers whose thickness is only 2 microns; they are up to 40 times thinner than a human hair strand.
  • Polycrystalline solar modules are made of PV cells comprising of numerous small silicon crystals. Polycrystalline modules are more cost-effective but less efficient than monocrystalline solar PV modules.
  • Monocrystalline solar panels occupy very less space and are space efficient. The cells present in them are manufactured from single silicon crystals to form wafers that are about 0.2 mm in thickness.
  • The cells in monocrystalline solar panels are highly efficient in their electricity bearing capacity.
  • IEC ( By UL) certified
  • Torsion and Corrosion resistant anodized aluminium frame
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Applications of Solar PV Modules


  • When a number of modules are connected to the grid PV system via an inverter, they transform the DC current generated by the solar PV modules to AC current. The electricity generated can be used for lighting purposes and powering household appliances. The excess electricity can be sold to the grid directly.
  • Individual solar PV modules can be used for powering torches, flashlights, wrist watches, etc. in remote and rural locations.

Solar PV Types


Solar Cell Type Efficiency-Rate Advantages Disadvantages
Monocrystalline Solar Panels (Mono-SI) ~20% High efficiency rate; optimised for commercial use; high life-time value Expensive
Polycrystalline Solar Panels (p-Si) ~15% Lower price Sensitive to high temperatures; lower lifespan & slightly less space efficiency
Thin-Film: Amorphous Silicon Solar Panels (A-SI) ~7-10% Relatively low costs; easy to produce & flexible shorter warranties & lifespan
Concentrated PV Cell (CVP) ~41% Very high performance & efficiency rate Solar tracker & cooling system needed (to reach high efficiency rate)

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