TRINA SOLAR PANELS REVIEW
TRINA HONEY M 370W Mono Perc - Panels Review - Trina Panels 330W
Trina 370W Mono Perc
Trina sets a new benchmark in solar power and efficiency, again!
Advanced cell texturing techniques have enabled Trina Solar, to set a world output record of 25.04% solar cell efficiency – impressive! Trina Solar have through their “Honey” product range, set new benchmarks in solar power and efficiency. Thereby challenging their competitors to continually meet them, setting the bar higher each time. For the Trina Honey M 370w panel review, it’s fair, that for most, this panel will meet all of their rooftop PV needs. Trina Solar has grown to be a provider of some of the world's foremost solar solutions. Trina Solar PV products are now popular in well over 60 countries worldwide.
Trina Honey Solar Panels
Half-cut cell design allows modules to work at lower temperatures, which improves energy generation per watt. The unique cell string structure can significantly reduce the energy loss due to mismatch caused by inter-row shading. In addition, a higher power generation capacity can be achieved in high irradiation zones with multi-busbar technology.
More power created with half cell technology.
The Trina Solar Residential Module carries half-cell technology. Solar cells on a solar panel (module) are joined together by “connecting ribbons”. They are the silver lines you see in panels. They are the pathway that let energy flow through the solar cells – the actual panel. Half Cell tech reduces resistance to this flow. Imagine a full-sized solar cell. Then cut it in half. Then connect the two halves in series. Which is end-to-end. So, by doing this, the power loss caused by ribbon resistance drops to 25% of that in a full cell. So, this in turn decreases electrical resistance within the ribbon, to improve overall module efficiency by over 2%.
Better Performance Lowers Cost of Energy
The unique Half-Cut cell design lets panels operate at lower temperatures, this in turn raises energy production per watt. The special cell design can also lower energy loss due to inter-row shading. As a result, greater power production capacity can be achieved when combined with multi-busbar technology as well.