SERAPHIM SOLAR PANELS REVIEW
330w - 370w Mono PERC Panels
The Blade Series Means Less Loss But More Power
Blade panels have solar cells that are actually “cut in half”. What this does is reduce the amount of current running through the panel, and they have found that this actually helps efficiency.
With a "Blade", in effect what you have is two Seraphim solar panels in one. If one side of the panel has shade on it, then the other side will still work. But with other types of panel, they just stop, and don't work at all. This is why the “Blade” design is so good.
In this review, we take a look at one of the best in its price group. So this time it is the SERAPHIM 370w poly panel. This panel has in fact sold quite well in Australia and sales are on the up. These are a good panel from a good firm and so far we have only good things to say. There are no 3rd party tests that we can compare these Seraphim Panels with, but this is normal. But this should not stop anyone from going with them, if the price offered is right.
The firm formed and named as Seraphim Energy in 2009, but got to work right away to grow their brand. In this time, Seraphim Panels has grown, and can now make over 4GW of panels each year. Its products, seen on a wide range of projects, not just homes, are in more than 30 countries.