What are the Characteristics of An optimal N-Type Photovoltaic Module

What are the Characteristics of An optimal N-Type Photovoltaic Module

As the main theme of the photovoltaic industry, cost reduction and efficiency increase have long promoted the development and upgrading of battery technology. After long-term iterative development of technology, the mass production efficiency of PERC cells in the industry has generally exceeded 23%, and is getting closer and closer to its theoretical limit of about 24.5%. Under such circumstances, the gap in product efficiency between first-tier module manufacturers is gradually narrowing, and it is often difficult to distinguish between high-end products. This has also accelerated the rise of new technology routes, the P-type era has come to an end, and the development of the N-type era has begun. At present, the competition among first-line manufacturers to compete for the top spot in the N-type era is intensifying, creating a cost-effective photovoltaic experience and opportunities for product upgrades for consumers.

In the N-type era, what are the characteristics of an excellent N-type photovoltaic module? Among the many N-type TOPCon technology components, what is the difference between JinkoSolar’s new generation Tiger Neo 2023 series products? Jing Qian, vice president of JinkoSolar, said: “Just like the pursuit of the main theme of the industry, any excellent photovoltaic module needs to meet cost reduction and efficiency increase. In terms of efficiency performance, a good product must not only have ultra-high safety and superior power generation Performance, better adaptability, mass production efficiency and capacity also need to provide consumers with higher cost performance. Among the many advantages, the most notable feature of JinkoSolar Tiger Neo 2023 series products is that they are more efficient. ”


Through the following series of comparisons, it can be seen that whether it is a 54-cell battery series (445Wp/22.27%), a 72-cell battery series (615Wp/23.23%) or a 78-cell battery series (635Wp/22.72%), Tiger Neo series products Superior performance and quality were demonstrated in each category.

power generation performance

When choosing photovoltaic products, in addition to basic specifications such as power and efficiency, we often need to consider the performance of the modules under actual conditions and the power generation performance. If the project operates in a hot area, then JinkoSolar N-type Tiger Neo’s temperature coefficient better than -0.29% and its excellent high temperature resistance must be your first choice. If you use a tracking bracket or install on a high-reflectivity ground, the bifaciality of N-type Tiger Neo modules up to 85% will bring higher power generation gain. Even under the condition of fixed bracket installation, the back of the N-type Tiger Neo will bring a significant increase in power generation. This is undoubtedly good for developers, because while bringing additional power generation income to investors, it also achieves a lower LCOE for the project. In addition, the N-type TOPCon technology greatly reduces the light-induced attenuation of the module. During the 30-year power warranty period of the entire module, JinkoSolar can achieve an attenuation of less than 1% in the first year, and a linear attenuation of less than 0.4% in the subsequent 29 years. Not only that, its better low-light response performance can bring more power generation to ensure investment returns under sunset, sunrise, cloudy and other low-irradiation conditions.


short circuit current

P-type BC and other N-type modules used in the household market need inverter adaptation because their module short-circuit current (Isc) is higher than 14A. This means that users cannot mix and match according to their budget, and the cost of inverters will rise accordingly. The short-circuit current (Isc) value of JinkoSolar’s N-type Tiger Neo 54R modules is lower than 14A, making it safe and perfectly compatible with almost all mainstream inverter brands.


JinkoSolar’s N-type Tiger Neo module is a very cost-effective choice, which greatly reduces costs while improving performance. Especially in high-power components, it can bring better power generation performance and performance. Among products with the same price, the power generation performance of Tiger Neo can be better.

production capacity

Another advantage of JinkoSolar’s N-type Tiger Neo is its production capacity scale. Choosing Tiger Neo modules means timely and reliable delivery, and the real high-efficiency products can be used in projects faster to achieve substantial improvement in project performance.

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