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Rayzon launches ultra-high-power generation solar modules under L’LIOS Series

February 10, 2023 5:06 pm

Rayzon launches ultra-high-power generation solar modules under L’LIOS Series

Rayzon Solar has introduced its MBB module under the L’LIOS series with mono-PERC modules, glass-to-glass modules, and glass-to-transparent back sheet modules. If we talk about the L’LIOS series mono facial panel, it has some special features. It provides ultra-high-power generation and ultra-high efficiency since it is developed and designed in a world-class manufacturing facility adhering to the certification criteria. Other distinguished features are lower LID/LETID, high compatibility, a lower temperature coefficient, optimised operating temperatures, lower degradation with solar cells sourced from the world’s most well-known solar cell manufacturer, outstanding low light performance, and exceptional PID resistance.
In line with the expansion plan of Rayzon Solar to reach 5 GW of capacity by 2025, Rayzon has installed a 1.2 GW fully automated MBB module production facility at its factory in the outskirts of Surat. The MBB production facility has laser-based cell cutters, tabber-stringer machines with a robotic layup, auto-bussing machines, auto glass loaders, auto back sheet, EVA cutter cum loaders, 3-chamber oil-based laminators, auto-trimming and auto-framing machines, and an automated curing line that possess state-of-the-art production features.
Rayzon’s Multi-busbar (MBB) modules offer several advantages over the polycrystalline modules that have been traditionally used in the DCR landscape. The MBB modules are made using PERC solar cells, which respond to a broader wavelength range of the incident sunlight and can capture more light in the early morning and late evening. Furthermore, PERC cells convert light into electricity more efficiently than traditional poly solar cells. Further, the PERC cells are mono-crystalline cells. They have a lower temperature coefficient, so they are more tolerant to higher operating temperatures and will generate more power than poly cells when operated in hot regions (like Rajasthan). The MBB modules are made using half-cut solar cells so that the cell current is lower than the module current, which helps to reduce the resistive loss in the cell interconnects (as resistive loss is proportional to the square of the current).



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