Kioto PV puts its own production into operation

As Kioto emphasizes, the modules are subject to three-stage end-to-end checks. At the Intersolar the Austrians will present two new innovations: firstly, Kioto offers the Conducting Edge Connector, a corner connector that can conduct current, made in the familiar style with rounded edges. Thus earthing is possible on both the upper and lower sides of the module. Also new: with the help of an RFID chip built into the module, Kioto says that production faults can be recognized early and the quality further improved. The manufacturer thus wants to optimize logistics and prevent incorrect deliveries. Kioto says that the RFID chip cannot be removed without destroying it. The module is therefore always identifiable and better protected from theft – rather like a coded bicycle.

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