PRE RELEASE. Unlike many opinionated reviews, the Solar Review Panel Assessment Criteria compares the TW Solar 60S Panel against the industries best known specifications. The result, a solar panel review with no room for discretionary bias and the transparency you desire.
.Make and model: TW Solar 60S Panel.
Variants: 325 / 330 / 335 / 340 / 345 / 350 W.
Panel Efficiency & Enhancer.
Damp Heat & Thermal Cycle Testing.
GREATER THAN 3.3 IS A VERY GOOD SCORE. The following content for the TW Solar 60S panel should be used as a guide only. Individual circumstances and compatibilities should always be taken into account when selecting the right solar panel for any given installation. This content has been built using the Solar Review Module Assessment Criteria 2.0 and above based on available product specifications at the time of writing.
TW Solar60S Module Durability; Below average
- Snow load 5400Pa.
- Front wind load 2400Pa.
- Rear wind load 2400Pa.
- Damp heat testing not listed.
- Thermal cycle testing not listed.
- PID not listed.
- Salt mist resistance certification
- Amonia resistance certification
- 25mm hail impact at 23m/s
TW Solar60S Module Efficiency; Superior
- 20.2% Maximum module efficiency.
- -0.34%°C Temperature coefficient.
- 0/3% Power tolerance.
TW Solar60S Module Performance; Very good
- 3% degradation in the 1st year.
- 0.7% degradation per annum.
- 25-year linear performance warranty.
- Parts & service performance warranty.
TW Solar60S Module Guarantee; Good
- 10-year warranty.
- Parts & service warranty.
- No authorised installer network.
The below overall assessment for the TW Solar 60S module is broken up into two final scores.
- Overall technology ranking; the average of design, durability, efficiency, performance and guarantee (for those less concerned about price).
- Overall ranking; the average of design, durability, efficiency, performance, guarantee and affordability.
TW SolarTW Solar 60S - Overall
- Design 3.9
- Durability 2.2
- Efficiency 4.2
- Performance 4.0
- Guarantee 3.3
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