Solar Panels

Solar Panels

Solar Panel is a set of solar photovoltaic modules electrically connected and mounted on a supporting structure. A photovoltaic module is a packaged, connected assembly of solar cells. The solar panel can be used as a component of a larger photovoltaic system to generate and supply electricity in commercial and residential applications. Each module is rated by its DC output power under standard test conditions (STC), and typically ranges from 10W to 300W.

maxSOLAR offers a wide range of crystalline silicon solar PV modules ideal for both off-grid and grid connected systems.

Quality and standards

  • With high efficiency Silicon cells
  • With both mono and polycrystalline solar cells
  • Optimum combination of high quality raw materials
  • Light weight and anodized Aluminum frame
  • Meets IEC and UL standards
  • Low maintenance, high efficiency
  • IEC 61215 standard PV module, UL certification
  • Over voltage Disconnect/ load prioritization.
  • Over temperature protection.
  • High voltage protection.
  • Deep Discharge Protection


Mono crystalline solar panels are made up of one continuous silicon sheet without any dispersed or broken crystals. These types of panels have several advantages compared to other types.

The fact that they are made from the purest form of silicon results in maximum efficiency. They generate four times more electricity than the thin film solar panels.

They consume less space as compared to the other types of solar panels.

They have the longest lifetime and perform better even in low light conditions.• They are more heat tolerant and therefore perform better in summers.

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Unlike the previous type, polycrystalline solar panels are made up of several silicon sheets and crystals. This affects the efficiency which is an important factor to be considered while making the solar panel comparison for residential use.

Polycrystalline solar panels are easy to install and maintain.

They waste less amount of silicon and are therefore more cost effective.

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Also known as thin film photovoltaic panels, these are made by joining multiple thin layers of the PV substance on a substrate.

• Easy to assemble and install

• Cost efficient

• Flexible in terms of functions and applications

• High temperature resistant

• Efficiency is affected less by the overshadowing of trees

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Hybrid Panels

The main manufacturer of hybrid panels is Panasonic (formerly Sanyo). Their HIT module which has a thin layer of amorphous solar film behind the monocrystalline cells. The extra amorphous layer extracts even more energy from the available sunlight, particularly in low light conditions. These are the most efficient panels available, so they take up the least space on your roof.