The H-branch 5 to-1 solar panel connector features a more precise construction, with a tightly bonded conductor and insulating shell, small false position, smaller false position when plug and socket are pairs, and low insertion force, making the solar connector suitable for flexible wire connections. This solar module connector has flame retardant grade UL94-VO to ensure safety in high-temperature environments. Not only provide reliable electrical connection for PV system but also can meet the safety and performance requirements.
|Flame Retardant Grade
- High Quality PPO Material
The solar panel connector is made of high quality PPO material, which is not only resistant to radiation, low temperature and high temperature, but also resistant to high strength, impact resistance and flame retardant function.
- High Strength Waterproof Ring
The solar module connectors use high-strength waterproof ring as the internal structure, the waterproof ring is made of insulating silicone, which can be waterproof and dustproof, with a protection level of IP68.
- T2 Copper Cconductor
Solar connectors use open type core, all for the copper tin/silver plating, this material is wear-resistant, corrosion-resistant ability is very strong, and T2 copper conductor itself has the characteristics of oxidation, resistance is small and conductivity is strong.
- Stable Self-locking Structure
The connection of solar panel connector adopts the compression method to connect, the male and female connectors are equipped with self-locking structure, which can make the solar connector open and close freely.
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Tips: How to Test Solar Module Connector, H-Branch 5 to 1?
The key to testing solar panel connectors is to ensure their performance and reliability. First, using specialized test equipment, check the electrical conductivity of the solar connector, including resistance and conductivity. Verify the stability of solar panel connectors under high load conditions by measuring voltage drop and current.
Second, waterproof testing is performed to verify its waterproof rating. Placing the solar connector in a water tank to simulate various weather conditions, ensures that the PV panel connector still operates reliably in wet or rainy environments. This includes checking the performance of the waterproof ring and self-locking structure to prevent moisture intrusion.
For H-branch designs, testing should include independent performance testing of multiple branches to ensure that each branch can conduct power stably. Additionally, solar module connectors are checked for performance in high and low temperatures and extreme weather conditions to ensure that they function properly in all environments.
Finally, durability testing is performed to simulate the use of solar connectors over long periods of time to assess their durability and stability. This includes multiple insertion and removal tests to ensure that the connector remains reliably connected over long periods of use. Through these testing steps, the high quality and reliability of solar panel connectors can be ensured for the long-term stable operation of solar energy systems.