Trina VertexS TSM-400DE09.08


The Trina VertexS TSM-400DE09.08 is a monocrystalline solar panel manufactured by Trina Solar. The panel has a maximum power output of 400 watts and is designed to operate at a voltage of 36.8 volts.

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Trina VertexS TSM-400DE09.08 solar module
120 cells, 400 Wp nominal output, framed Monocrystalline High Power solar module

Designed for Residential and Commercial & Industrial (C&I) rooftops
Based on advanced technology from the Vertex platform. The new Vertex S 400W module is perfectly designed to fulfill power, efficiency, size, weight, appearance, mechanical load, reliability requirements of rooftop application! Best balance of power and size&weight.

Universal solution
Designed for compatibility with existing mainstream optimizers, inverters and mounting systems.
Perfect size and low weight. Easy for handling. Economy for transporting.
Diverse installation solutions. Flexible for system deployment.

Small in size, big on power
Generate a huge amount of energy even in limited solar plant space. Up to 400W, 20.8% module effciency with high density interconnect technology
Multi-busbar technology for better light trapping effect, lower series resistance and improved current collection
Reduce installation cost with higher power bin and eciency
Boost performance in warm weather with lower temperature coeffcient (-0.34%) and operating temperature

High Reliability
15 year product warranty
25 year performance warranty with lowest degradation;
Ensured PID resistance through cell process and module material control
Mechanical performance up to 6000 Pa positive load and 4000 Pa negative load

Mechanical Data:

  • 120 monocrystalline cells (5 × 24)
  • Module Dimensions: 1754×1096×30 mm
  • Frame: 30 mm Anodized Aluminium Alloy
  • Weight: 21,0 kg
  • Modules per packing box: 36 pieces
  • Glass: 3.2 mm, High Transmission, AR Coated Heat Strengthened Glass
  • Encapsulant Material: EVA / POE
  • Backsheet: White
  • J-Box: IP68 rated
  • Cables: Photovoltaic Technology Cable 4.0mm2, L-110cm (for landscape layout)
  • MC4 EVO2 connectors
  • Warranty: 15-year manufacturer guarantee; 25-year linear output warranty with 0,55% annual output reduction


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Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I properly connect and integrate Trina VertexS TSM-400DE09.08 solar panels into my off-grid system for maximum efficiency?

To properly connect and integrate Trina VertexS TSM-400DE09. Determine the appropriate number of panels required based on your energy needs. The Trina VertexS TSM-400DE09. W and an open circuit voltage (Voc) of around 45 V. To calculate the number of panels needed, divide your daily energy consumption in watt-hours by 365 W per panel and round up to the nearest integer. Choose a suitable location for the solar array. The panels should be installed on a tilted surface facing south (in the Northern Hemisphere) or north (in the Southern Hemisphere), with an angle equal to your latitude plus 15 degrees. This will ensure maximum energy production throughout the year. Connect the panels in series using MC4 connectors. Each panel has two sets of positive and negative terminals, labeled P1, N1, P2, and N2. To increase the voltage output, connect the P1 and P2 terminals of adjacent panels together with a MC4 connector. The N1 and N2 terminals should be connected in parallel using another MC4 connector. This will form a series string with a total voltage equal to the Voc of each panel plus any additional voltage drop from the connectors. Connect the series strings in parallel using a combiner box. The combiner box allows multiple series strings to be connected together, providing more flexibility in system design and reducing the number of wires required. Use MC4 connectors to connect the positive and negative terminals of each series string to the corresponding terminals on the combiner box. Connect the output of the combiner box to a charge controller or battery charger, which will regulate the voltage and current entering the batteries to prevent overcharging. The charge controller should be chosen based on the total power output of your solar array. Finally, connect the batteries to your loads using a distribution panel or other load management system. This will allow you to efficiently distribute the available power to your various appliances and devices while ensuring that the batteries are not discharged below their recommended voltage levels. Remember to always follow proper safety procedures when working with electricity, including wearing appropriate protective gear and avoiding contact with live wires or components. Additionally, it may be helpful to consult a qualified electrician or solar installer for assistance with design and installation.

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