Seraphim Solar Panels Review
Seraphim 330w-370w | are seraphim panels any good? | Seraphim Australia
Although not the largest panel maker, Seraphim Solar has been in the game for quite a while and they have a Seraphim Office in Australia. They also have a firm reputation for making excellent panels at a competitive price. The two most popular models are Seraphim 370w SII series, Seraphim Blade 330w-370w. Are Seraphim panels any good? Check this Solar Panels Review.
The Seraphim Blade Series - Less Loss - More Power
Seraphim Blade Series panels have solar cells that are in effect, “cut in half”. This has the effect of lowering the amount of current flowing through the panel, and in turn, helps efficiency.
A "Blade" panel, is really two solar panels in one. One side of the panel will still operate even if the other side is shaded. There are some other panels on the market that do similar things, but not as efficiently as the Seraphim Blade.
SERAPHIM 370w Solar Panels Review.
In this snap review, we take a look at one of the best panels in its price bracket.
The SERAPHIM 370w mono PERC panel. This panel sells quite well in Australia right now. In a very busy market space, it’s sometimes hard to stand out from your rivals. But having said that, Seraphim has made its mark as a reliable, trusty brand.
Without local 3rd party tests currently available for this model, we can’t compare these panels to others. However, from our own in-house experience we can say that, to date we have not seen any adverse signs in any way.
The firm came together in 2009 as Seraphim Energy. They wasted no time in getting their brand around the world. Seraphim have grown to be one of the world’s top solar panel makers. They now produce over 4GW of panels every year, and sell them in over 30 countries. Overall, they are a safe choice.
Overall, they are a safe choice.
You can tell when looking at a SERAPHIM panel that it’s well made.
Often, you can tell quality with the naked eye, and Seraphim panels are no exception. They have a firm 35mm frame which is rigid and firm. This is always a good basis to start with. Panels that warp and flex too much can lead to problems with fatigue over time. The cells themselves, look uniform and positioned accurately on the panel. Not all panels meet this basic test.