For the PAN "proprietary" format: if you want to reproduce the old DELPHI encoding of reals on 6 bytes, and modify/update your reading according to all specific parameters defined (or not) for each PV module, I can give you the format. You will probably spend several days (or weeks) for using it.
That doesn't sound like much fun! I'll stick to text thanks
I really don't know any model specifying the effects of the humidity on PV modules, and I can't imagine which phenomenons could affect the PV module behaviour (except morning condensing effects). Please explain.
It's just that I've been hearing mutterings of panels performing less well in humid conditions over a long period of time. Some say it has to do with the moisture/heat causing the backing to delaminate and allowing corrosion to set in. I was just prodding you to see whether you know anything about it and whether it may, at some time in the future, be included in the modelling stage or whether it is just a quality issue brought about by a poor/untested choice of materials on the part of the manufacturer.
Now for the comment of the W7 cell, you should indeed read: "For crystalline modules: if not specified, will be a result of the one-diode model, which is very close to the usual reality".
Thanks for that.