pv ribbon is a metal strip used for solar cell module welding, usually made of silver, copper and other metals. It is characterized by good electrical conductivity, high thermal conductivity, high corrosion resistance, etc., which can ensure the efficient working of solar cell modules.
The common specifications of pv ribbon are as follows:
Thickness: The thickness of pv ribbon is usually between 0.1mm and 0.3mm, and the common specifications are 0.1mm, 0.15mm, 0.2mm and 0.3mm.
Width: The width of pv ribbon usually ranges from 1mm to 10mm, and the common specifications are 1mm, 2mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm and 6mm.
Length: The length of pv ribbon usually depends on the customer’s demand, and can be customized to any length.
Material: pv ribbon is usually made of silver, copper and other metals, among which silver soldering ribbon has better conductivity but also higher price.
Surface treatment: The surface of pv ribbon is usually treated, such as tin-plated, silver-plated, etc., to improve its corrosion resistance and soldering performance.
The selection of pv ribbon should be based on specific application requirements. In general, the welding of solar cell modules requires the use of pv ribbon with good electrical conductivity and high corrosion resistance. at the same time, according to the size and design requirements of the cell module, select the appropriate thickness and width. For more demanding applications, pv ribbon with special surface treatment can be selected to improve its performance.
In conclusion, the common specifications of pv ribbon include thickness, width, length, material and surface treatment, etc. Select the appropriate specifications according to the specific application requirements to ensure the efficient work of solar modules.