LONGi has introduced the Hi-MO 6, its first module designed exclusively for the distributed consumer market.
Hi-MO 6, using LONGi’s high-efficiency HPBC cell technology, achieves a maximum efficiency of 22.8 percent in mass production.
HPBC (Hybrid Passivated Back Contact) is a new generation of high-efficiency solar cell technology that’s unique in its front-side busbar-free design. HPBC cell technology can improve the cell’s light absorption and photoelectric conversion capabilities by adjusting the cell’s internal structure, and can effectively increase the module’s output power.
Modules equipped with HPBC cell technology can generate a greater volume of energy under high-temperature and low-irradiation conditions and also have superior power degradation performance.
LONGi said Hi-MO 6 modules have demonstrated a significant power generation advantage over PERC products with an average power generation increase of up to 10 percent in typical scenarios.
The Hi-MO 6 employs back contact soldering technology, which uses the one-line soldering structure rather than the traditional Z-shaped structure to enhance the module’s resistance to cracking. This revolutionary technological design, combined with LONGi Lifecycle Quality, makes the Hi-MO 6 one of the most reliable PV modules on the market.