JinkoSolar launches 415-W Tiger Pro modules for residential market
- JinkoSolar has actually launched a brand-new series of its Tiger Pro modules with higher power ability targeted for the dispersed generation market. The new module is based upon the Tiger Pro 182-mm (M10) wafer, 54-cell style that delivers a maximum power of 415 W as well as an efficiency of 21.3%.
Ideal for both tiny business as well as domestic applications, the new Tiger Pro modules include a re-design in terms of size and weight, two of the most important functions to fit the elevation as well as arm-length of installers on roofs. The brand-new Tiger Pro module is about 1.7 meters (5.5 ft) in size and also 1.1 meters (3.6 ft) in width, making the style a better fit to satisfy market needs in regards to installation, manual handling, and transportation.
JinkoSolar's Tiger Pro Series of modules featured a 15-year item guarantee and also 25-year straight warranty. The degradation is 2% in the first year, and the maximum yearly destruction is 0.55% from the second year to the 25th year.
Thanks to its better dimension layout, greater module power and greater conversion efficiency, the Tiger Pro Modules Series can give consumers with lower LCOE and lasting reliable power generation for a variety of dispersed situations, from commercial and industrial rooftops to property needs.
Mr. Kangping Chen, Ceo of JinkoSolar Co., Ltd., commented, "JinkoSolar has actually remained to dominate the worldwide market with its initiatives in R&D, repetitive advancement, reputable manufacturing and also high quality along with superior customer support. JinkoSolar will certainly remain to preserve its leading position worldwide, enhance technology and also teamwork with our worldwide partners, in addition to advertise carbon neutrality through environment-friendly improvement as well as renewable energy remedies for our international clients."
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