Panasonic HIT N Series 330W Black Frame Hybrid (SJ47)

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All Panasonic panels are manufactured and shipped from Malaysia.

The construction technology of Panasonic HIT® solar modules is innovative and different from conventional designs. They achieve a higher cell efficiency, which means more energy per square meter. With a Module efficiency of 19% and a cell conversion efficiency of 21.6 %, the HIT®-N240W series ranks high on the level of efficiency in the market. This highly efficienct HIT® technology produces more power per square meter than traditional products – up to 28%* more. This means that you will need fewer modules on your roof to accomplish very high performance.

With its very low temperature coefficient of only -0.29%/°C, the HIT® solar cell offers better performance than conventional cells in normal operating conditions. Use of first-class materials result in an increased durability so they reach a higher reliability, assured by a 25 year performance guarantee.

Water-drainage frame: drainage lines in the Module frame allow for constant discharging of accumulated water. As water is not allowed to dry on the Module, there are no drying stains, and any build-up of humidity inside the panel is effectively prevented. A welcome side-effect is that the water-drainage frames help to keep modules clean even in low-angle installations.

With a solar system, your customers are making a long-term and high value investment, and the quality of the modules is of great impact. Choose a renowned brand that will give you a reliable guarantee and which you can trust.

*As compared to the average efficiency of 120 different modules on the European market; benchmark values for selected solar modules according to manufacturers' catalogues, December 2009

Please take care when installing these panels!! Significant damage can be caused by reversing the polarity of a single string on a multiple string install. To prevent a short circuit being formed and the bypass diodes being blown, you will need to be absolutely sure ALL string polarities are the same, before switching on the isolators