M10 - Glass to Transparent Backsheet

Solar Modules

M10 - PIX MBHTB 156

156 Cells

Maximum Power Output - 600 Wp

  •     Module Power Range: 560-600 Wp
  •     Efficiency upto 21.43 %
  •     Power Tolerance: +4.99Wp

Redefining Solar Aesthetics with Glass-to-Transparent Backsheet Technology

Glass-to-Transparent Backsheet (GTB) solar modules, exemplified by the M10 PIX MBHTB 156 model, usher in a new era of solar photovoltaic technology that combines efficiency with captivating aesthetics. In this comprehensive guide, we explore the unique features, operational principles, advantages, and versatile applications of these state-of-the-art solar PV modules, highlighting their role in advancing the efficiency and visual appeal of solar energy systems.

Understanding Glass-to-Transparent Backsheet Modules

Glass-to-Transparent Backsheet modules ingeniously integrate solar cells between a transparent glass front and an advanced transparent backsheet, presenting a design that seamlessly merges performance with visual allure. The M10 PIX MBHTB 156 model stands as a symbol of the latest advancements in solar technology, delivering a perfect harmony of efficiency and elegance.

Working Principle

The operational principle of Glass-to-Transparent Backsheet Modules involves harnessing sunlight through the transparent glass surface, initiating the photovoltaic process within the solar cells. The transparent backsheet provides structural support and protection to the cells, ensuring a reliable and visually appealing solar module.

Advantages of Glass-to-Transparent Backsheet Modules

(a). Efficiency and Elegance: The M10 model excels in solar energy conversion, maximizing power output while offering a visually captivating, transparent design that seamlessly integrates into various settings.

(b). Cutting-Edge Materials: Incorporating advanced materials, the M10 PIX MBHTB 156 model ensures exceptional durability, contributing to long-term reliability and sustained performance.

(c). Seamless Aesthetic Integration: With a sleek and transparent design, these modules effortlessly blend into residential and commercial installations, providing both functionality and aesthetic charm.


The M10 PIX MBHTB 156 model finds diverse applications across different sectors:

(a). Architecturally Integrated Installations: Ideal for homeowners and architects seeking a high-performance and visually stunning solar solution that seamlessly integrates into the design of buildings and structures.

(b). Commercial and Industrial Projects: Suited for large-scale solar installations, the M10 model contributes to the energy needs of businesses and industries, delivering both efficiency and aesthetic appeal.

(c). High-Profile and Landmark Projects: With its transparent design, Glass-to-Transparent Backsheet Modules are suitable for projects that demand a fusion of efficiency and visual impact, enhancing the appeal of iconic structures.

Maintenance and Care

Regular maintenance is essential to ensure the sustained efficiency and longevity of Glass-to-Transparent Backsheet Modules - M10 - PIX MBHTB 156. Periodic cleaning to remove dirt and inspections for any signs of wear contribute to optimal performance.


Glass-to-Transparent Backsheet Modules, particularly the M10 PIX MBHTB 156 model, epitomize the marriage of solar elegance and efficiency. As the world embraces sustainable energy solutions, these modules play a pivotal role in shaping the future of solar technology. Whether enhancing the aesthetics of residential homes, commercial complexes, or high-profile projects, Glass-to-Transparent Backsheet Modules contribute to a cleaner, more sustainable, and visually enchanting energy landscape.

Product Features


Improved Thermal Coefficients

PID Resistance

Robust Construction

Smart Energy Generation

Versatile Installation Options