Shingling technology is a technology in which cells are sliced and then welded into strings with a special special conductive adhesive material. The cells are connected by positive and negative laminations, there is no metal grid on the surface, and there is no gap between the cells, making full use of the available surface area of the components. The line loss of traditional metal grid lines is reduced, and the conversion efficiency of components is greatly improved.
Shingled Arrangement Each series in parallel, shaded or dirty sections do not affect the output of the entire panel.
Traditional arrangements If the surface is partially blocked or dirty, the entire board loses voltage on the affected part.