May’s list witnessed a significant change in its first rank. By unveiling the Tiger Pro model of Jinko Solar, it outstripped other rivals and it stood in the rank. This model has been presented in 60 or 72 cells as well as in monofacial or bifacial types. Therefore, other solar panels went one step down and lost their previous positions.
As previously mentioned, reaching up to 500 W output power has become one of the trends of the solar industry in 2020.
The Tiger pro 72-cell model will be produced under Jinko Solar’s Tiger line of production. Tiger pro features 9 busbars, 2% attenuation power rate for the first year, 21.4% efficiency, tiling ribbon, and 530 watt output power. The 9 bus bars would help to decrease power loss effectively and the tiling ribbon eliminates the cell gaps to increase the module’s efficiency significantly. Mass production of Tiger pro is scheduled to begin in Q3/2020.
Please see the full list here:
|Manufacturer||Model||Cell Number||Cell Type||Technology||Efficiency||Power|
|Tiger Pro||72||Mono||PERCMBB||21.4%||530 W|
|Hi MO 4||72||Mono||PERC Shingle||20.9%||415 W|
|TSM-NEG 16||144||Mono||Half-CutMBB||20.5%||430 W|
|JAM72D10 MB||144||Mono||Half-CutMBB||20.5%||420 W|
|Cheetah HC72||144||Mono||Half-CutMBB||20.38%||410 W|
|CS 1 U 420 MS||72||Mono||PERC Shingle||20.37%||420 W|
|Power XT 440c-PD||72||Mono||PERC Shingle||20.3%||440 W|
|AXI premium||144||Mono||Half-CutMBB||20.22%||450 W|
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