Based on the 210mm large-size silicon wafer and monocrystalline PERC cell, the Vertex comes with several innovative design features allowing high power output of more than 600W. Excellent temperature coefficient and low irradiation performance brings the greater power. Furthermore, benefit from square mono cells and high-density encapsulation technology, the efficiency of Vertex can reach up to 21.2%.
Low-voltage, Higher Module String Power Output, Improvement in Power Output of a Single Module String by More Than 41%
Based on the aim of improving the system efficiency and reducing the balance-of-system costs, Trina Solar’s research and development team has introduced an innovative design of low-voltage and higher module string power output. Typicallly, Trina can interconnect 33 Vertex modules into a string. Compared with other reference module, a single module string can achieve up to a 41% power increase, 15% racking decrease, 17% foundation decrease and 35% combiner box decrease, indicating an innovative technological breakthrough and ushering in a new era of 600W+.
Smart Solar Solution: Bifacial Modules with Tracking
Vertex module is verified and confirmed to be compatible with mainstream inverters and tracking systems. The TrinaPro solution integrated Vertex module and customized Nclave brand tracker, which could give full play to the Vertex module and ensure the safety and reliability of the system. As for the special cell structure of 210mm Vertex, TrinaPro R&D team will develop an adaptive tracking Algorithm, which will bring an extra performance gain of 1-2%.
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Based on Trina Solar’s leading multi-busbar technology, the Vertex modules adopt the 210mm silicon wafer, non-destructive cutting and high-density interconnect technologies, which together allow it to exceed 600W power output and 21.4% module efficiency. By virtue of low-voltage and higher module string power output, the new Vertex series unlocks huge potential for further reducing balance-of-system costs.