FuturaSun now offers solar panels based on n-type Heterojunction Tech



The photovoltaic company FuturaSun has expanded its product range with the new Velvet n-type solar panel with heterojunction technology.

This glass-glass bifacial module is based on n-type heterojunction bifacial solar cells. Heterojunction technology combines crystalline silicon with a silicon-based thin film that absorbs more energy and achieves better performance than PERC modules. In addition, layers of transparent conductive oxide make the cell more uniform, which improves the aesthetics of the module on both sides.

The Bifacial Velvet module increases system performance by up to 30% more than a single-sided module, depending on the PV system configuration, location and environmental conditions. In addition, the glass-glass construction ensures high load-bearing capacity, strong mechanical stability and exceptional resistance against weather factors.

The Velvet Pro series features a glass-to-glass construction with a 120 or 144 HJT MMB half-cut cell (166mm – M6). These cells are laminated and framed in size 1755 x 1038 mm and weigh 23.5 kg. In addition, the nominal power of this area can reach 400 Wp in just 1.82 square meters.

The Velvet Pro series stands out for its high efficiency (22%) and low temperature coefficient (-0.26%/°C), which guarantees high performance even at high temperatures. At the end of the first year, the guaranteed effect is 99%, which decreases slightly during the second year by 0.4%/year. Therefore, after 30 years, the performance is 88 percent.

FuturaSun offers a 30-year performance guarantee for the entire Velvet series.

David is a passionate writer and researcher who specializes in solar energy. He has a strong background in engineering and environmental science, which gives him a deep understanding of the science behind solar power and its benefits. David writes about the latest developments in solar technology and provides practical advice for homeowners and businesses who are interested in switching to solar.

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