Mega Watt CIGS / CIS Solar

CIGS -Working Spectrum 300nm to 1300 nm Total Band Width = 1000nm

CIGS -Working Spectrum 300nm to 1300 nm Total Band Width = 1000nm
Crystalline Silicone Solar Modules Can Absorb Only Visible Range Of Light Spectrum, Whereas CIGS Nano Technology Solar Modules Can Absorb UV-VISIBLE -INFRARED Ranges Of Light Spectrum, So That Daily Power Production Will Be Far Better Than The Old Technology .
Approximately 30-40% More Energy Can Be Produced
Temperature Coefficient
Crystalline Solar Modules cell efficiency will drop drastically at high atmospheric temperature (>35C). 0.5% Efficiency will drop for each one degree increase. The module exposed at 35C for 1 Hour may increase the cell temp to 70-80C. So the efficiency drop will be drastically high. This phenomenon is minimized in CIGS modules as the temperature coefficient is very low.
Light Induced Degradation (LID)

In Crystalline Modules light induced degradation (LID) is very high because of light soaking effect. In CIGS modules LID is very minimal because it is already soaked in light.


The CdF CIGS PV Module is capable of generating power in low-light conditions, and is therefore able to continuously supply electricity through overcast weather and the early morning and sunsetin comparison, the Crystalline Silicon solar module but not able to perform that.
We employ an advanced compound crystalline technique in building the CdF CIGS thin-film solar cell, enabling us to achieve optimal uniformity and consistency of crystallization over CIGS thin-film.


The unique structural design of the CdF CIGS PV Module allows for normal power generation even when the light reception surface is partially shaded, making it versatile and efficient in a variety of situations.
In comparison, the crystalline Silicon solar module can stop operating in partially shaded conditions, the shaded module itself can cause other modules to stop operating, and its elevation in temperature can also raise further safety concerns.

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