Who we are
A leading manufacturer of copper wires and allied products with a track record of more than 27 years of excellence, The PV Connect (part of the Vartika Group of companies) is a ISO 9001:2000 company with corporate headquarters and state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities based in Hyderabad,(Andhra Pradesh) India. Since its inception in 1984, The PV Connect has grown to become a supplier of choice to a demanding clientele comprising of distinguished names from the renewable energy, machinery, automotive, power, telecom and other industries.
Why Choose Us
In keeping with copper’s unique position in the history of technology – as a ubiquitous metal contributing to the development of every civilization – The PV Connect has been at the forefront of contributing to India’s development. By making available a wide range of high quality copper products – for the power generation, transmission, distribution and application systems – meeting the demands of developing India.
Guided by ethical practices and driven by a 100% customer satisfaction and quality focus, The PV Connect is powered by a dedicated team of highly skilled technologists and led by a dynamic group of highly experienced professionals.
Our expertise and experience is underwritten by our state-of-the-art infrastructure, 10,000 MT manufacturing facilities and stringent, world-class quality standards.
PV module is a array of solar cells. Photovoltaic cell interconnection, called stringing or tabbing, and the second step,PV module assembly, is called bussing. Tabbing and bussing are two applications that link individual solar cells together to form a solar module (or solar panel). These applications also provide a method to transfer power from the solar cells to a power output, the junction box. Solar cell interconnect occurs when individual solar cells are joined together with tabbing ribbon (also called stringing ribbon), forming a cluster of solar cells. This is frequently referred to as cell tabbing (or stringing). The tabbing ribbon carries the solar cell’s current to a larger ribbon, the bus ribbon, which then carries power from the cell clusters to the module’s junction box for final output.