RECOM Technologies Expands TOPCon Module Series

French Manufacturer Adds New N-Type TOPCon Products To Portfolio With 430 W & 710 W Output

RECOM Technologies Expands TOPCon Module Series

RECOM Technologies launches new n-Type TOPCon modules, expanding its LYNX series. (Photo Credit: RECOM Technologies)

  • RECOM Technologies has launched LYNX TOPCon modules with improved output
  • These come with 430 W and 710W power rating, expanding its LYNX TOPCon range
  • RECOM says these are available in European warehouses for faster delivery for all market segments

France-based solar module manufacturer RECOM Technologies has unveiled its LYNX series n-type TOPCon modules with improved power output of 430 W and 710 W. For the 430 W solar module, RECOM reports up to 22.02% efficiency, while it can go up to 22.86% for the 710 W panel.

With these, the company’s n-type TOPCon module range spans 410 W to 710 W modules, with monofacial, glass-transparent backsheet and glass-glass configurations.

RECOM’s bifacial TOPCon LYNX modules come with over 80% bifaciality, as the company claims zero degradation after light-induced-degradation (LID) and LeTID tests. The company stated that its factory and modules are compliant with international quality and safety standards like ISO 9001:2005, ISO 14001:2015, IEC 61215, and IEC 61730. The LYNX series modules are also compliant to CE, PV CYCLE, and Fire safety Class C according to UL790 standards.

RECOM is offering a 30-year product warranty and a 30-year linear power output guarantee for the LYNX series. It guarantees that the output of these TOPCon modules will not be less than 87.4% of the nominal output power, after completing its 30-year lifecycle.

To ensure faster delivery, the LYNX modules are currently available at European warehouses, according to the manufacturer that eyes customers in large-scale, small- and medium-sized commercial and industrial (C&I) applications as well as the private, residential segment for the improved lot.

Beyond TOPCon, the French manufacturer is also offering heterojunction (HJT) modules having launched one with 23.2% efficiency in October 2023 (see French Solar Module Producer Expands HJT Series).

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