Kyocera Corporation’s 210 watt solar module (comprising 54 multi crystalline silicon PV cells) is the first in the world to have cleared ‘long term sequential tests’ performed by TUV Rheinland Japan Ltd, to evaluate solar module quality and reliability. The test consists of four sub-tests—damp heat, thermal cycling, humidity freeze and bypass diode. It has passed sub-tests on damp heat and thermal cycling, and is presently undergoing the remaining sub-tests on humidity freeze and bypass diode.
The latest result of TUV Rheinland’s test and data from Kyocera’s long standing installations has proven the reliability of its modules and helps in assuring customers about investing in solar projects.
As a manufacturer, Kyocera is known to provide products with outstanding reliability, through inhouse quality checks and third party testing, contributing to the increase in the use of solar energy.