The Panasonic VBHN325SA17 HIT 325W solar panel is 19.4% efficient (cell efficiency of 21.76%) and comes with a 40mm frame to handle loads up to 5400Pa. HIT PV cells are hybrids of monocrystalline silicon surrounded by ultra-thin amorphous silicon layers, and are available solely from Panasonic.
– 21.76% Cell Conversion Efficiency
– Most PTC Power 306.8W
– Guaranteed that power output will be 90.76% after 25 years
– 10% more electricity (kWh) than conventional solar panels
HIT cells have been designed to increase production utilizing the sunlight reflected in the back sheet of the panel. Panasonic high-efficiency solar modules outperform the competition in extreme heat conditions. Panasonic HIT panels feature a drainage hole that prevents water and melting snow from accumulating in the bottom corners of the panel, creating unwanted stains.
Panasonic is the leader in sunlight conversion efficiency. Their PV panels allow you to generate maximum power within a fixed amount of space. HIT panels are ideal for grid-connected solar systems in areas with performance-based incentives and renewable energy credits.
Panasonic’s positive power ratings guarantee you receive 100% of the nameplate rated power or more. Homeowners generate more kWh per rated watt, providing a faster return of their investment.
HIT solar panels produce 10% or more electricity (kWh) than conventional crystalline silicon solar panels at the same temperature.
Panasonic VBHN325SA17 HIT 325W solar panel specs:
Model No.: VBHN325SA17
Rated Power (Pmax): 325 W
Maximum Power Voltage (Vpm): 57.6 V
Maximum Power Current (Ipm): 5.65 A
Open Circuit Voltage (Voc): 69.6 V
Short Circuit Current (Isc): 6.03 A
Cell efficiency: 21.76%
Weight: 40.81 Lbs. (18.5kg)
Dimensions: 62.6 x 41.5 x 1.6 in
Cable: 12 AWG / PV Cable with MC4 connectors
Warranty: 25-year workmanship and linear power output
Cells: 96 HIT monocrystalline cells
Bypass diodes: 4 (internal)
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