Risen Energy has unveiled two advanced solar modules at the Smart Energy Conference in Sydney, Australia. One is a rooftop application module, the n-type 440 W solar module, which incorporates tunnel oxide passivated contact (TOPCon) technology. The other module is a 700 W panel utilizing the company’s 210 mm heterojunction technology (HJT).
The Hyper-Ion HJT 700 W panel by Risen is specifically designed for large-scale utility projects, while the 440 W panel is an excellent choice for residential and small commercial rooftops. This new offering will replace the previous 415 W Titan panel, becoming Risen’s mainstream product.
The n-type TOPCon panel is available in six different versions, providing power outputs ranging from 415 W to 440 W. These panels boast a power conversion efficiency between 21.3% and 22.5%.
The RSM108-440N panel measures 1,722 mm × 1,134mm × 30 mm and weighs 22 kg. It features a white backsheet, low iron tempered anti-reflective glass, and a black anodized aluminium alloy frame. The panel includes a junction box with an IP 68 rating and can be used in photovoltaic (PV) systems with a maximum voltage of 1,500 V. Its temperature coefficient is -0.25% per degree, and the operational temperature range spans from -40°C to 85°C.
- Global, Tier 1 bankable brand, with independently certified state-of-the-art automated manufacturing.
- Industry-leading lowest thermal co-efficient of power
- Industry-leading 25 years product warranty
- Excellent low irradiance performance
- Excellent PID resistance
- Positive tight power tolerance
- Dual stage 100% EL Inspection warranting defect-free product
- Module Imp binning radically reduces string mismatch losses
- Warranted reliability and stringent quality assurances well beyond certified requirements
- Certified to withstand severe environmental conditions
About the Brand
Risen Energy is a leading, global tier 1 manufacturer of high-performance solar photovoltaic products and provider of total business solutions for residential, commercial and utility-scale power generation. The company, founded in 1986, and publicly listed in 2010, compels value generation for its chosen global customers.