Jan. 18, 2021
PID (Potentian Induced Degradation) is a potential induced degradation phenomenon, first discovered by SunPower, which refers to the long-term exposure of modules to high voltages that cause leakage currents between the glass and encapsulation materials and the accumulation of large amounts ...
Jan. 04, 2021
With the continuous development of the PV industry, the application sites of PV power plants range from the uninhabited Gobi desert to the sunny inland and coastal cities, and the different application environments have caused the variability of the power generation efficiency of PV power pl...
Dec. 19, 2020
The photovoltaic PID phenomenon of the P-type battery module is caused by the leakage current between the inside of the module and the frame, and the PID phenomenon of the N-type battery module is caused by the migration of sodium ions inside the module.
Dec. 14, 2020
The transformer is overloaded for a long time. In order to avoid the risk of electricity consumption, the discharge power can be dynamically adjusted according to the load situation during the day to ensure that the transformer is in a safe working range at all times.
Nov. 25, 2020
PID (Potential Induced Degradation) means Potential Induced Degradation. In order to be the main cause of the above-mentioned effects, in severe cases, the power of a module may be attenuated by more than 50%, thereby affecting the power output of the entire power station.