Photovoltaic glass.

Photovoltaic glass is made up of a series of thin layers of semiconductor materials that generate electricity by absorbing sunlight.

The composition of the glasses that we install in our roofs is 3+3 T (PV Cells) /14 / 3+3T.

Front Side

Laminated-tempered glass characterized by:

  • High emissivity.
  • Low reflectivity.
  • Low iron content.

PV cells

These photovoltaic modules use high-efficiency monocrystalline silicon cells (the cells are made of a single crystal of very high-purity silicon) to transform the energy of solar radiation into direct current electrical power.
Each cell is electrically classified to optimize the behavior of the module.
Its performance is excellent across the full range of the light spectrum, with particularly high performances in low light or cloudy situations in direct sunlight (diffuse radiation).


The cell circuit is laminated using:

  • PVB (Polyvinyl Butyral).

Back side

The back contains a laminated-tempered glass that provides complete protection and sealing against environmental agents and electrical insulation.

Junction box

The IP67 junction box is made of high temperature resistant plastics and contains terminals, connection terminals and by-pass diodes.

These modules are supplied with symmetrical cables in length, with a diameter with a copper section of 4 mm and a very low contact resistance, designed to achieve minimum losses due to voltage drop strong>.

These cables are easily integrated and hidden in the profiles of the ceiling itself.

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