TX24 is a photovoltaic building element with innovative features if compared to what is available on the market so far:
- SHAPE: the frame in thermosetting resin (SMC) is shaped to reproduce, on an enlarged scale, the shape of a traditional tile roof, for an architectural integration that respects the strictest landscape and architectural constraints.
- COLOUR: the red photovoltaic laminate, built with 6” polycrystalline coloured cells, is inserted in the brick-coloured frame to create a chromatic effect that comes close to red tile roof.
- CONNECTORS: they connect electrically to each other with a patented contact (without cables) which makes mounting on the roof quick and easier.
- STRUCTURE: the structure and the material are designed to achieve a high mechanical resistance.
TILES (with no photovoltaic modules): to complete the roof and make it uniform, in those areas where there is no need of a photovoltaic surface, are available tiles with the same shape as photovoltaic panels but with no photovoltaic modules. The tiles can be cut or shaped as needed. 1 tile = 0,78 sqm
10 TILES = 1 KILOWATT = 8 sqm
EXCELLENT AESTHETIC IMPACT THROUGH THE COLOUR SIMILAR TO THE TRADITIONAL TILE ROOF
NO CONNECTING CABLES BETWEEN THE TILES
QUICK AND EASY MOUNTING WITH PATENTED INTEGRATED ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS
DIRECT FIXING TO THE ROOF JOISTS
The New Photovoltaic Roof tile