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Saved by uncleflo on December 28th, 2019.
Our solar panel Panasonic HIT® N340 has the highest output of all our products, reaching 340 Watt in just 1.67 m2 of surface. With less than 160cm of length, it has 25% more output power than a standard solar panel of similar size. (265 Watt) In order to continuously increase the quality of its high-performance HIT® modules, Panasonic is focusing on improvements in detail. The frame of the HIT® N340 solar module is now being strengthened from 35 millimeters to 40 millimeters, so that it can withstand wind and snow loads up to 5400 Pa. The frame is anodyzed and black. The HIT® N340 module is also officially released for mounting the mounting brackets on the shorter sides. All HIT® modules still contain Panasonic's water drainage system at the corners of the frame, which ensures reliable water drainage on the module glass. This improves the self-cleaning of the modules. Furthermore, the long-term performance increases due to the reduced pollution and accumulation of dust.
Saved by uncleflo on December 20th, 2019.
Our solar panel Panasonic HIT N330 has the highest output of all our products, reaching 330 Watt in just 1.67 m2 of surface. With less than 160cm of length, it has 25% more output power than a standard solar panel of similar size. (265 Watt) The frame is anodyzed and black, with corner water drainage to keep your solar panels cleaner all year long and give a monochrome, appealing appearance for the solar system on your roof.
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Saved by uncleflo on January 4th, 2013.
Panasonic, Sony and Samsung are three companies with an obvious vested interest in pushing 3D imaging; they've been spearheading the campaign to encourage us all switch to 3D TVs for the past couple of years. However, none of them have delivered a dedicated, 'true' 3D digital camera - until now. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-3D1 - or Panasonic Lumix DMC-3D1K, as it's called in the US - squeezes two lenses and a pair of 1/2.3-type sensors into a compact body.
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