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Raising the bar in PV connector technology

About this event

From residential to utility-scale solar plants, including commercial and building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV), solar installations must meet the growing demand for high-efficiency, allied to ease of installation and high levels of system safety. Regardless of the type of installation, the demand for keeping life-time maintenance costs to a minimum also remains a key priority.

Join TE Connectivity experts in this webinar to gain insight into best practices and new technologies that meet or exceed current levels of system safety requirements, future-proofing projects.

Key learning points:

  • What are the potential reasons for solar installation downtime?
  • What are the potential failure points of a solar installation?
  • What is the cost of a poor solar installation?
  • What are the advantages of switching from a traditional crimping connector to the new SLK 2.0?

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    Royer Zuleta Business Development Manager for Renewables @ TE Connectivity

    Royer holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering and a postgraduate qualification in financial management. He has over 16 years of experience in manufacturing electrical products, R&D, engineering, product management and business development.

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    Frank Rosenkranz Product Manager for SOLARLOK DC Connectors @ TE Connectivity

    Frank holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering. Throughout his more than 38 years of experience he has driven product innovation and development, including the first SOLARLOK connectors and the transition to the SLK 2.0.

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    Mark Osborne Senior News Editor @ PV Tech

    Mark Osborne has three decades of experience in covering both the semiconductor and photovoltaics manufacturing industries. In his current roles as senior news editor for PV Tech and sister technical journal, Photovoltaics International.

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