Polycrystalline Solar Module:
- Long service life
- High efficiency solar cells
- Special aluminium frame design
- High transmission, low iron tempered glass
- Advanced cell encapsulationElegant appearance
- Solar power stations
- Rural electrification, small home power systems
- Power supply for traffic, security, gas industry
- 12V and 24V battery charging system
- Other industrial and commercial applications
Monocrystalline Solar Module:
Spark International mono-crystalline solar modules are specifically designed to produce optimum energy from sunlight. Our modules are manufactured with premium quality materials that can withstand the roughest conditions. Designed for versatility in applications suited for residential, commercial and industrial purposes, our modules consist of high efficiency silicon solar cells, EVA and Back Sheet that provide robustness, rigidity and a superlative performance.
Features and Benifits
- Our Mono-crystalline solar modules have been optimized with improved output yield, higher durability and operating reliability.High Module Efficiency is maintained by our use of advanced manufacturing technology.
- Module glass with anti-reflection technology minimizes undesired reflection.Maximum yields with excellent low light and temperature behaviour.
- Exceptional rigidity of the module due to lightweight quality frame design with high-tech alloy.
- Available in custom size for optimum utilization of installation space.High-performance EVA meets the ultimate requirement of module sealing.Unique Design of Polyester Back Sheet assists the module to resist damage from moisture and other elements thereby enhancing durability.
- High energy power output due to positive power tolerance.IEC and UL approved, IP 65 rated waterproof junction box assembly, and UL approved connectors which guarantee long lasting functionality and durability.
- Rigorous quality control meeting the highest international standards: ISO 9001:2008The solar modules certification and standards: IEC 61215, IEC 61730
LED TV (LED-backlight LCD television):
There are three different LED technologies used. The most commonly used of the three is edge-lit LED, in which white LEDs are situated around the edge of the screen and a diffusion panel employed to illuminate the display evenly. Edge-lit LED displays can be very thin. Another type is dynamic RGB LED, which are placed behind the panel. RGB LEDs make it possible to target areas for dimming more precisely, which in turn leads to truer reproduction of blacks and whites. In the third type of display, full-array LED, LEDs are positioned behind the panel similarly to the way they are with RGB LED displays but there is no capacity for localized dimming.
Quantum dot-based LED displays, in the research stage, are expected to enable LED TVs that will rival plasma for picture quality, and possibly even OLED.
Vendors of LED TVs include Kogan, LG, Panasonic, Philips, ProScan, Samsung, Toshiba and Vizio.
Use less power and produce less heat than plasma or other LCD TVs. RGB LED: Brighter, sharper display and better contrast ratio than other LCD TVs. Edge-lit LED: Thinner format.
More expensive than plasma or other LCD TVs.