Trina Solar’s Vertex 670W modules withstand strong Typhoon Muif – pv magazine International


Muifa was the most powerful typhoon to make landfall in China this year, with strong winds of nearly 160 km/h, equivalent to a Category 2 Atlantic hurricane. Outdoor evidence showed that Vertex 600W+ modules provide rock-solid reliability even in extreme typhoon and stably deliver higher value to customers.

The ability of the modules to withstand extreme weather conditions throughout the life cycle must be taken into account during the design phase. Trina Solar’s Vertex modules have passed standard static mechanical load tests and five rigorous tests (non-uniform snow load test, extreme low temperature mechanical load test, hail test, multiple extreme dynamic mechanical load test and extreme wind tunnel test). Test results have shown that Vertex modules provide excellent mechanical performance under extreme weather conditions such as snowstorms and high winds.

China General Certification (CGC) conducted an innovative outdoor empirical study in Jiaxing on the performance of Vertex 670W modules under extreme weather conditions. Wang Shaoliang, head of the empirical study project of CGC, said the ropes were all installed in the network peripheral area of ​​the empirical study site and were located on the roof of an 11-story building. The modules were installed vertically and fixed tilt shelving was installed with the best tilt angle based on the project site conditions. The real installation scenario of a photovoltaic plant is simulated to guarantee the exhaustiveness of the empirical study.

Trina Solar was ranked Top Performer for the eighth consecutive year by PVEL, in addition to being named Overall High Achiever by RETC for the third consecutive year by RETC. Adopting user-centric strategy, Trina Solar has developed LCOE-oriented principle, to reduce LCOE with 4 keys of high power, high efficiency, high reliability and high energy efficiency, opening a new channel for lower LCOE and prompting the industry to next step.

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