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Seraphim Solar Launches Higher Efficiency Module

Seraphim Solar USA Manufacturing is to introduce our new high efficiency module the "Eclipse" to the global market. The product will be launched at PV Expo in Japan and upcoming exhibitions, including Ecobuild UK in the coming week.

The Eclipse Mono (size is similar to a normal 60-cell module) achieves 19.1 percent solar energy conversion efficiency. The Eclipse Poly (size is similar to a normal 60-cell module) achieves 17.1 percent solar energy conversion efficiency.

The Eclipse utilizes innovative technology to optimize the busbar and module design.

With the overall busbar-free design, the active working area of the module is enlarged, so as to convert more electricity from sunlight to the maximum extent possible. The Eclipse's generates 50 percent calorific effect compared to traditional modules, which largely reduces hot spot effects and guarantees continuous electricity generation.



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Tests show that the Eclipse generates 15 percent more output than conventional modules.

For same size power installations, the Eclipse will save 8 percent floor space, less labour and BOS cost, and ultimately provide more income to customers.

Seraphim's General Manager Polaris Li is very confident in Eclipse. "This new technology and design work together to increase overall power output. Using normal cells, the Eclipse increases the conversion rate by 0.5 percent-4 percent."

"When we began work on the on this new solar module, we considered every element that defines a perfect solar module - performance, reliability, heat resistance, PID, price and so on. We then challenged ourselves to find the best, the most forward-looking way possible," said Global Executive General Manager Justin Xi. "Eclipse is radically different from anything before it. As the slogan says - What you want, is all Behind the Eclipse."


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