Aerial infrared (IR) photos allow experts to assess the quality of deployed solar panels and see if “hotspots” or “hot cells” are detected. Hot spots or hot cells are concentrated areas of high temperature on a solar panel caused by high resistance in the module structure or a malfunction of a single cell or cell string. Unaddressed hotspots damage solar cells and deteriorate their effectiveness.
One of the most common approaches to perform quality analysis of solar panels is electroluminescence (EL) pictures. By analyzing these pictures, experts can determine the imperfections and other technical shortcomings of each panel. Defects such as poor soldering of contacts, cracks, or other manufacturing issues can be spotted in advance and solved before they significantly impact the project’s profitability.
Due to wear and tear or non-availability of the original components, it may be necessary to revamp the project after a certain period of time. A successful revamping project encompasses a detailed redesign, concept study, and a careful analysis of the current market to op for the best possible solution. Eternia Solar ensures that the project is back to normal and operates smoothly after the revamping.
To retain the efficient operation of solar panels, it is necessary to clean them, especially in regions with an increased amount of particulate matter in the air that settles on solar panels. Eternia Solar team is here to provide you with professional module cleaning services.
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