The monocrystalline silicon solar panel material is a high-purity single crystal silicon rod with a purity requirement of up to 99.9999%. In order to reduce production costs, solar cells for ground applications use only single crystal silicon rods and cut them into a sheet thickness of 0.3 mm. The silicon wafer is processed into original silicon wafers by modeling, polishing, and cleaning procedures. The silicon wafers will be assembled to photovoltaic modules (solar panels) according to specifications, and then a certain output voltage and current will be formed by series or parallel connection, and finally sealed with a frame and a sealing material. Depending on the system design, the photovoltaic modules can be different solar cell matrices. At present, the photoelectric conversion rate of single crystal silicon solar cells is about 19%.
1. Have the highest efficiency because they are made of the highest grade silicon. The new panel converts more than 22% of sunlight into electricity.
2. Save space. Since these solar panels produce the highest power output, they also require minimal space compared to any other type. However, the power produced by a single crystal solar panel per square foot of space used in the array is slightly increased.
3. Has a long service life. Since both types of crystalline solar panels are made of crystalline silicon, which is a very inert and stable material, these solar panels are likely to last longer than the 25-year warranty.
4. In warm weather, it is often more efficient. As the temperature increases, the amount of electricity generated by all solar cells will decrease. However, the output reduction in single crystal panels is not as severe as polycrystalline solar panels.