Astronergy Receives Both CSA and TUV Certificates In Recognition of Its 1500V Module

HANGZHOU, China -- Astronergy's newly-developed 1500V solar module has successfully passed both CSA and TUV tests. The 1500V-based system allows a smaller amount of direct current passing through the system so that the entire system's efficiency is improved, which is because less equipment is needed for the first part of system. In addition, higher voltage enables less power losses while transporting. The amount of conjunction boxes and wires would also be reduced, therefore cutting the cost.

The module components that are qualified to the 1500V-based system require a higher level of technology to produce. Astronergy, after years of effort, and as a leader in the solar industry, is able to provide this type of system to its clients.

Both TUV and CSA are the most widely-recognized third party organizations in industrial certification. Astronergy products have always been recognized by these two for high quality and high reliability.

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