The All New Seraphim Eclipse


Seraphim Solar has “introduced” a new line of high-efficiency solar module that employs an innovative design and a unique production method called “Eclipse”.


What’s new about the Seraphim Eclipse?

Seraphim comes with a design to eliminate busbars altogether.

With the overall busbar-free design, the active working area of the module is enlarged, so as to convert more electricity from sunlight to the maximum extent possible. The Eclipse generates 50 percent calorific effect compared to traditional modules, which largely reduces hot spot effects and guarantees continuous electricity generation.


Advantages of Seraphim Eclipse

Increase of available cell space to absorb more sunlight

With its futuristic design, Seraphim Eclipse has no longer any spacing between the solar cells of each string. Additionally, there aren’t any busbars on the solar cells itself. As a result, there is simply more cell surface available to absorb the sunlight.

Minimization of cell to cell electrical losses

Seraphim Eclipse has interconnecting solar cell slices directly. This makes the panel produce a higher voltage and a lower current, which reduces potential losses. In order to come close to standard module voltages, the strings are placed in parallel while the Eclipse is divided into 2 parts that are connected in series. For that reason, the junction box is placed in the middle back.

Efficiency increase at a low cost

Seraphim Eclipse has applied an innovative module design and uses low cost, standard solar cells. In terms of costing this makes it attractive, especially the actual manufacturing cost of this module will be similar to a standard solar module.



This new technology and design work together to increase overall power output.

Seraphim has a global capacity of 1.8 GW (1.5GW in Changzhou China, and 300 MW in the U.S.). At present, Seraphim products have been widely applied in 30 countries. Seraphim is dedicated to providing sustainable clean energy solutions for customers with long-term high yield environmental impact.