HIT photovoltaic module
The HIT (Heterojunction with Intrinsic Thin layer) solar cell is made of a thin monocrystalline silicon wafer surrounded by ultra-thin amorphous silicon layers.
This product provides the industry's leading performance and value using state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques.
The development of the HIT solar cell was supported in part by the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO).
Panasonic is truly committed to quality since it began developing and manufacturing solar PV modules in 1975. Their long track record is supported with a claim-rate of only 0.00214 % or 62
product- guarantee cases out of 2,885,689 solar modules produced in their European factory in Dorog,
Hungary (as of Nov. 2011) with 0 cases of output guarantee and 0 guarantee- related legal challenges. Their small size and high output are particularly suited to restricted British roof areas which is
why Kew Solar would recommend installing these panels to achieve the highest generation output.
HIT solar modules are 100% emission free, have no moving parts and produce no noise.
The dimensions of the HIT modules enable a space saving installation and the achievement of maximum output power possible on a given roof area.
Panasonic HIT N240 SE10 Data Sheet
Panasonic HIT 245 Data Sheet
Panasonic HIT 285 Data Sheet
Panasonic HIT 325 Data Sheet
Panasonic HIT 330 Data Sheet