JinkoSolar first in China to be awarded IEC61345 module certification

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JinkoSolar noted that IEC61215 certification currently serves as the standard UV resistance test under ultraviolet b (

‘Silicon Module Super League’ (SMSL) leader JinkoSolar said it had been first manufacturer in China to receive the latest IEC61345 module certification that employs stricter testing requirements for solar panels. The certification was carried out by TUV Rheinland.

JinkoSolar noted that IEC61215 certification currently serves as the standard UV resistance test under ultraviolet b (“UVB”, 280nm~320nm), which requires exposure to exceed 7.5KWh/m2 on the top side and 0.75KWh/m2 on the reverse side. To meet these stringent standards, exposed modules on the top side should be over 137.8KWh/m2 under UVA+UVB (280nm~400nm).

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