Consistently positive performance tolerance of up to three percent can be used even under difficult lighting conditions Intersolar Europe, 9-11 June 2010, Munich, hall A6, booth 428 Munich/Hoofddorp, 09.06.2010 at the this year’s Intersolar, the world’s largest exhibition for the solar industry, DelSolar shows (Profact) new high-performance solar modules with positive performance tolerance of up to three percent. These modules can be used even under difficult lighting conditions. A newly developed module series with black anodized aluminum frame will also be presented: an aesthetic alternative that fits perfectly, for example, black roofs. DelSolar has a wide ranges in fully automatic production line. Integrated inspection systems including testing with electro-luminescent (EL) detect microscopic cracks and lead to better encapsulation of cells. This ensures a consistent engine quality and reliability. The product warranty is therefore five years. Of the energy yield, a 10-year warranty for 90 percent and a 25-year guarantee for 80 percent power acquires the company.
All DelSolar modules are IEC 61215 ed. 2 and IEC 61730 certified. The production is also subject to a certification according to ISO 9001 / 14001 and OHSAS 18001. There are product lines with IEC as well as additionally UL certificates for European and American markets available. DelSolar DelSolar was founded in 2004 and belongs to the Group of Delta Group.
More information on at DelSolar. About Delta Group Delta Group headquartered in Taipei (Taiwan), and European headquarters in Hoofddorp near Amsterdam is world market leader in switching power supplies (switching power supplies) and brushless DC fans (brushless DC fans). The Group also considered major provider of components from the areas of power engineering, video displays, industrial automation, networks, and renewable energy. Delta Group was founded in 1971, currently more than 60,000 employees and maintains worldwide sales offices and manufacturing facilities in Taiwan, Thailand, China, Mexico, and Europe. In 2008, the company generated revenues of $ 5.