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Factory Inspection by the Engineers from TUV Rheinland, Japan was conducted on 23rd November, 2009 as stipulated to document the consistent quality of the product.  

  

The specific requirements set by TUV Rheinland, Japan were met by the Company and Certification was awarded. ASM MODULES 170WP - 200WP are certified and approved to AS/NZS 5033 for PV installation. Annual factory inspections are carried out to ensure Quality assurance, product quality , storage temperature, expiry date or componenets, assembly/manufacturing equipment or methods remained same, re- test if any product or component needs to be changed, factory inspection if facility is re-located and equipment calibration to IEC standards.

  

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ASM170, ASM175, ASM180, ASM185, ASM190, ASM195 AND ASM200 PV Modules have been tested by TUV Rheinland, Japan and fulfil the requirements of Application A (Safety Class II). IEC EN 61730 [requirements for construction and testing] and IEC 61215 [Safety Tested] Certification have been issued.

  

TUV CERTIFICATE.pdf

TUV CERTIFICATE.pdf

    

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TUV RHEINLAND JAPAN

Type Approval Qualification of Photovoltaic-Modules

Standards

  

IEC 61215

Crystalline silicon terrestrial PV modules - Design qualification and type approval  

IEC 61646

Thin-film terrestrial PV modules - Design qualification and type approval  

IEC 61215

Pass Criteria  

IEC TEST EXPERIENCES

  

  • Bypass diode thermal test

Possible problem in field installation

  • Bypass diode thermal test

Example of test performance

  • Hot-Spot endurance test

Problem

  • Hot-Spot endurance test

Test failure

  • UV-preconditioning test  

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