- We have adopted best in class technology platforms and have partnered with leading technology providers.
- Our annual production capacity is 80 MWp.
- Our technology partners are global leaders from USA, Japan, China, UK and Germany.
- Our wide range of modules are from 3 Wp to 305 Wp which we achieve using different cell matrices and cell sizes.
- We use 100% Electroluminescence Test for cells, pre and post lamination stage, to ensure the manufacture of micro crack free modules.
- Our facility is capable of manufacturing multi-crystalline and mono-crystalline modules.
- We incorporate best-in-class operating procedures.
- We manufacture modules with area efficiency of 15-16.5%.
- We provide best performance among peers at lowest light intensity.
- Our modules have low temperature coefficient facilitate operations at high temperature and humidity regions.
- Our modules certified for use at high and low temperatures (-40 to +85 degrees).
- Superior durability modules have passed 3000 hours of Damp Heat Tests.
- We are one of the Indian manufacturers to identify and incorporate changes in manufacturing processes in order to reduce Potential Induced Degradation (PID) at module level.
- Modules manufactured with cells from narrow Impp bins which ensure optimal performance at string level. Modules made with optimal shunt resistance cells for superior hot spot resistance.
- We comply with IEC 61215 (quality and design), IEC 61730 (safety) and IEC 61701 (salt mist corrosion), and MNRE.
- We promise high reliability with guaranteed 0 to +4.99 Wp positive power output tolerance, ensuring faster return on investment (ROI).
Our modules withstand very high wind-pressure and snow load (passed 5400 Pa mechanical loading test as per IEC standard).
Cell Testing: The preliminary step in module assembly involves testing the individual photovoltaic cells automatically for their electrical parameters.
Stringing: Setting up electrical connections between strings of solar photovoltaic cells involves the stringing process. Cells are stringed together using automated stringing equipment employing pre-programmable software.
Bushing: This step involves linking the cell strings in a series, parallel, with bus ribbons, in order to give the required shape to the module prior to encapsulation.
Lay-Up: The laminating materials are laid up in a particular sequence and certain characteristics are measured with electronic equipment.
Lamination: The interconnected solar PV cells are laminated with clear polymer-like material. This is followed by trimming where the excess polymer sheet is trimmed off from the edge with the help of a heated knife.
Framing: The laminated PV cells are enclosed in an aluminum frame with a glass in front.
Fixing a junction box and connection cables to rear side of each polycrystalline solar module follows. This enables easy electrical integration among modules in the installation site.