IBC Solar showcases new module at Intersolar Europe with TOPcon cells

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IBC SOLAR is presenting a new high-quality PV module from IBC SOLAR’s own brand at this year’s Intersolar Europe in Munich. Designed for the company’s 40th anniversary, the IBC MonoSol 415/420 MS-HC-N module hits a higher output of 415 or 420 watts via TOPCon cell technology.

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The TOPCon cells (in M10 wafer format) providing an improved temperature efficiency and a module efficiency of 21.51%. This increases the module output on the same surface compared to conventional PERC cells.

The module’s black 30 mm aluminum hollow chamber frame also offers advantages regarding warranty duration. IBC says it delays the weather-related ageing process, which enhances the service life of the module.

IBC SOLAR provides a linear performance warranty for this module for 30 years. There is also a product warranty of 15 years, and on the occasion of its 40th anniversary extends it by further 40 months.

The IBC MonoSol 415/420 MS-HC-N anniversary module can be used with all IBC SOLAR mounting systems and be mounted on all roof types. With a certified pressure and suction load of 5400 Pa/2400 Pa (pressure/suction) it can withstand even highest wind and snow loads.

The module holds the official IEC certification of TÜV Rheinland and has successfully passed further external quality tests, such as light-induced degradation (LID) conducted by Fraunhofer ISE.

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