Reduce Your Power Bills With Quality 370W Half Cell Solar Panels From Trina Solar
Advancements in the efficiency of solar modules has been one of the driving forces behind the growth in solar, and the industry is now shifting towards half cell solar panels.
These are standard 60-cell solar panels that have been cut in half with a laser, so they have double the number of cells; 120 rather than the usual 60.
The increased number of cells coupled with their wiring allows them to maintain the same voltage but deliver more power.
Split cell solar panels have a host of advantages that include increased reliability, efficiency, output, and even some built-in shade resistance. One of the companies at the forefront of this revolution is Trina Solar.
Founded in 1997, Trina Solar is one of the largest solar manufacturers in the world. Currently, they operate in 60 countries around the globe and have some of the most robust finances in the industry. As a Tier 1 manufacturer, they have exceptional stability, and their products are a reliable long-term investment for your home.
Trina Solar previously broke the solar efficiency record seven times in a single year to add to their tally of 20 solar efficiency world records.
This has allowed them to set a variety of quality and efficiency benchmarks for the industry to follow. In 2018, they also delivered an incredible 40 GW of solar capacity worldwide.
They currently have more than 1,300 patents filed, which illustrates this company-wide focus on innovation. Trina Solar also has an in-house testing regime that goes far beyond the requirements for certification.
This has resulted in a very reliable product that we have experienced first-hand having installed tens of thousands of Trina Solar panels across Australia with only a handful of warranty claims over 10 years!
The Trina Solar 370W Honey M Module
Now with a 15-year warranty, the 370W Trina Half Cell module is one of the most dependable panels on the market, featuring the new split-cell technology that is now taking over the solar industry.
As there are more cells to disperse the heat, the panels rarely suffer from damaging hot spots like traditional panels. Over the lifetime of your system, this saves you money and improves your energy yields.
If anything were to go wrong, Trina Solar provides a 12-year Product Workmanship Warranty and a 25 year Linear Performance Warranty, to give you peace of mind. The linear performance guarantee offers more value throughout the lifetime of the installation.
The technology used in Trina’s Honey half-cell means the conduction length has been shortened by over 50%. Shorter distances mean the panel wastes less energy when generating power. The current is halved on each cell, so there is less heat produced and less energy lost.
Trina Solar has modified the design of their module to include ultra-thin busbars, which are almost invisible to the naked eye. As well as making panels more visually appealing on your roof, it also maximizes the surface area where light can hit the cell.
For homeowners, the 199 W/m2 of power density means you can make the most of limited space on your roof with increased efficiency and performance.
With weather being so unpredictable in many parts of Australia these days, choosing a reliable solar panel is essential. The Trina Half Cell Mono 370W panel is certified to withstand an array of adverse weather conditions, including salt mist corrosion and blowing sand.
Overall, Trina has an exceptional track record and has led advancements in solar technology for a long time. The new Split Cell 370W module is setting a new standard in Australia for high performance at a great price point.
In the long run, half cell solar panels are a fantastic way for you to save money on your power bills and generate more solar power.
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