Photovoltaic Panel

A photovoltaic panel, also known as a solar panel, is an electronic device that converts sunlight into electricity. It is made up of multiple photovoltaic cells that capture the energy from the sun and transform it into direct current (DC) electricity. Photovoltaic panels can convert the sun’s light energy into DC power, which has the characteristics of high energy quality and reliable power supply system.

Types of Photovoltaic Panel


540W Monocrystalline Photovoltaic Panel

The maximum power output from this high-efficiency panel makes it ideal for both residential and commercial use. It has superior performance and a longer lifespan thanks to the use of cutting-edge monocrystalline technology in its construction.


545W Monocrystalline Photovoltaic Panel

A 545W monocrystalline photovoltaic panel is a type of solar panel that is meant to convert sunlight into energy using photovoltaic cells constructed from monocrystalline silicon.


550W Monocrystalline Photovoltaic Panel

Designed to produce the most energy possible, the Power X 550W Monocrystalline Photovoltaic Panel is a high-efficiency solar panel. To guarantee longevity and effectiveness, this photovoltaic panel is built using cutting-edge technology and premium components.


555W Monocrystalline Photovoltaic Panel

The 555W monocrystalline photovoltaic panel from Power X. This cutting-edge panel efficiently and robustly captures the power of solar energy.

Photovoltaic Panel

How Do Photovoltaic Panels Work?

Photovoltaic panels work by using the energy from the sun to knock electrons free from atoms in a semiconductor material, such as silicon. This creates a flow of electrons that can be harnessed as direct current electricity.