Vertex 670W
TSM-DEG21C.20

MBB, 635-665W

  • Feature

    132 Cell

    Monocrystalline

  • Feature

    635-665W

    Power Output Range

  • Feature

    21.4%

    Maximum Efficiency

  • Feature

    0/+5W

    Positive Power Tolerance

Vertex module with 201mm wafer size

665W Ultra-high Power with 21.4% High Efficiency

Based on the 210mm large-size silicon wafer and monocrystalline PERC cell, the Vertex module comes with several innovative design features allowing high power output of up to 665W. Excellent temperature coefficient and low irradiation performance result in higher power. Furthermore, Vertex benefits from square mono cells and high-density encapsulation technology, raising module efficiency up to 21.4%.

Solar module with sun reflecting on corner

Low-voltage, Higher Module String Power Output

Based on the aim of improving system efficiency and reducing balance-of-system costs, Trina Solar's research and development team has introduced an innovative design of low-voltage and higher module string power output. Typicallly, 28 Vertex modules can be interconnected into a string. Compared with other reference modules, a single module string can achieve up to a 34% power increase, which leads to savings in BOS costs and further on to a remarkable LCOE reduction, indicating an innovative technological breakthrough and ushering in a new era of 600W+.

Ground-level view of solar panel installation with mountains and sky in background

Smart Solar Solution: Bifacial Modules with Tracking

The Vertex module is verified and confirmed to be compatible with mainstream inverters and tracking systems. The TrinaPro solution integrates Vertex modules with customized TrinaTracker systems, which can give full play to the Vertex module and ensure the safety and reliability of the system. As for the special system design of 210mm Vertex, the TrinaPro R&D team has developed the adaptive SuperTrack tracking algorithm, which can result in an extra performance gain of 3-8%.

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