TDP technology leads the world
TDP is one of the few micro-photovoltaic start-up companies in the world with complete patented technologies ranging from dyes, key raw materials/intermediates, modules and process technologies to end applications. The DSC modules developed so far have the highest average indoor photoelectric conversion efficiency (18%) in the world, and the service life of the modules can be as long as more than 5 years, which is currently the best in the industry. We hope to drive the rapid development of global IoT-related industries through the strategic cooperation operation model built by the whole plant output solution (Turnkey).
25 patents and 35 know-how technologies
TDP, as an exclusive authorized application of TAIWAN DSC PV CORPORATION, has the world's leading DSC all-round technology, including a number of patents, original key materials preparation, module production process and equipment, high output yield, low power consumption, and low power consumption Micro -power management circuits have verified a number of feasible applications and its industrial value. Among them, the micro-power management system that has been developed and integrated for many years can also be combined with the application of various optical power generation and energy collection technologies to extend the energy storage and self-power supply mode of diversified and different situations.
Characteristics and applications of DSC
In recent years, the Internet of Things industry is in the ascendant. The technology of solving the power problem of wireless Internet of Things devices by collecting environmental energy and converting it into electrical energy has gradually gained the attention of related industries. The best source of power for the device. At present, the photoelectric conversion efficiency of DSC modules in a low-light environment (below 10,000 Lux/about 10% of direct sunlight) is more than three times that of mainstream silicon solar technology. In addition, DSC is light, thin, and flexible. , so it is quite suitable for use in low-light human-induced activity environments, as a source of power supply for wireless Internet of Things devices, signal transmission, and wearable devices.