Trina Vertex S+ NEG9RC.27 dual-glass black solar panel

Monday, 06 November, 2023 | Supplied by: Trina Solar

Trina Vertex S+ NEG9RC.27 is based on N-type i-TOPCon technology and is a lightweight, smaller 1.6+1.6 mm dual-glass solar panel with increased power production for residential and commercial applications. Available in Trina Solar’s aesthetic black design, it measures 1762 x 1134 mm in size, delivering 445 W maximum power output, with an efficiency of 22.3%.

The panel can achieve either a 6.6 kW system or 8 kW system and is suitable for any type of residential or commercial rooftop. It incorporates a bifacial feature with transparent encapsulant, making it suitable for specific applications such as carports, public spaces and agricultural projects, with additional power gain from the back side of the module.

The N-type technology is designed to benefit end users in a variety of ways when compared to P-type panels. The N-type cell’s base layer is first coated with phosphorus and then the top layer is coated with boron. Electricity flows from the bottom to the top in N-type cells. N-type panels also deliver a higher conversion efficiency than P-type panels, due to the panels having a greater sensitivity to long wavelength light.

The solar panels are easily integrated and designed to be compatible with existing mainstream inverters and diverse mounting systems. They weigh 21 kg, making them suitable for low-load-capacity roofs.

The panel has increased crack and scratch resistance, meets IEC fire ratings (Class A+C) and meets Australia’s harsh environment performance requirements. It has also passed 35 mm hail tests.

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