International Standards and Conformity Assessment for all electrical, electronic and related technologies

TC 82

Solar photovoltaic energy systems

 

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Frcst Pub

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TC 82WG 2Mr Peter HackePPUB2020-012023

History

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PNW
82/1203/NP PDF file 323 kB
2016-11-11 
PRVN
2017-02-032017-02
ACD
82/1295/RVN PDF file 308 kB
2017-06-022017-12
ACD
82/1295A/RVN PDF file 517 kB
2017-06-022017-12
CD
82/1398/CD
PDF file 820 kB
2018-02-092017-12
PCC
2018-05-042018-05
ADTS
82/1431/CC PDF file 337 kB
Word file 157 kB
2018-05-182018-10
ADTS
82/1431A/CC PDF file 350 kB
Word file 162 kB
2018-05-182018-10
TDTS
2019-02-212019-01
CDTS
82/1566/DTS
2019-03-012019-04
PRVDTS
2019-05-242019-05
APUB
82/1596/RVDTS PDF file 504 kB
Word file 48 kB
2019-05-312019-09
APUB
82/1596A/RVDTS PDF file 526 kB
Word file 55 kB
2019-05-312019-09
TPUB
2019-10-082019-08
DECPUB
2019-10-152019-11
RPUB
2019-11-182019-11
BPUB
2019-11-282020-02
PPUB
2020-01-102020-01
  

Abstract

IEC 62804-1-1:2020 defines procedures to test and evaluate for potential-induced degradation-delamination (PID-d) mode in the laminate of crystalline silicon PV modules-principally those with one or two glass faces. This document evaluates delamination attributable to current transfer between ground and the module cell circuit. Elements driving the delamination that this test is designed to actuate include reduced adhesion associated with damp heat exposure, sodium accumulation at interfaces, and cathodic gas evolution in the cell circuit, metallization, and other components within the PV module activated by the voltage potential. The change in power of crystalline silicon PV modules associated with the stress factors applied (the purview of IEC TS 62804-1) is not considered in the scope.

Project

IEC TS 62804-1-1:2020 ED1

Photovoltaic (PV) modules - Test methods for the detection of potential-induced degradation - Part 1-1: Crystalline silicon - Delamination