Rooftop solar panels are photovoltaic (PV) panels that are installed on the roofs of residential, commercial, and industrial buildings to capture and convert sunlight into usable electricity. These panels consist of multiple solar cells made from semiconductor materials, typically silicon, which generate direct current (DC) electricity when exposed to sunlight.
Solar roof not only help you reduce your electricity bill, but also
Solar energy is clean and produces no harmful emissions or pollution during operation. By using solar panels, you can reduce your carbon footprint and contribute to combating climate change.
EL testing, or electroluminescence testing is a common method used to evaluate the quality and performance of solar panels. It involves capturing and analyzing images of the solar panel's electroluminescent response, which helps identify any invisible defects or anomalies in the cells or modules. Here is picture of the EL testing process for rooftop solar panels.
Recently, We received photos of the installation of the solar roof panel from our German customer and win the widespread high praise in our customers.
Below of our products Mono 245Watt solar panels with 158X158 solar cells have passed EL tests and have been applied to roof mounting systems by our German customer.
(Processing of EL tests)
(EL tests is fine)
Overall, rooftop solar panels are a clean, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly solution for generating electricity and reducing carbon footprints for both homes and businesses.
Post time: Jun-19-2023