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Panasonic 325W Solar Panel 96 Cell VBHN325KA03

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Rated Power Output 325 W
Voltage (VOC)70.9V
Cell number
  • 96 cell
Cell TypeMonocrystalline
Rated Efficiency19.4%
Connector TypeMulti-Compact® Type IV (MC4™)
Backsheet Color
  • black
Frame Color
  • black
Dimensions LxWxH65.30 x 43.70 x 1.57 in
Weight40.81 lbs
ManufacturerPanasonic Eco Solutions
Manufacturer Part #VBHN325KA03
Operating Temperatures -40 °F to +185 °F
Scope of Application
  • Solar Panels for Boats
  • Solar Panels for Commercial
  • Solar Panels for Home
  • Solar Panels for RV
  • Grid-Tie
  • Off-Grid
Delivery Time 5-7 business days

About product

Panasonic 325W Solar Panel MC4 PV Wire 40mm VBHN325KA03

Panasonic’s unique hetero-junction technology uses ultra-thin amorphous silicon layers. These thin dual layers reduce losses, resulting in higher energy output than conventional panels.

Higher Efficiency

Panasonic HIT Black is the brand new all-black module which features high efficiency 19.1%, industry leading temperature coefficient of -0.258% /°C and a sleek design. Powerful and aesthetic designed to make your roof look great.

High Efficiency at High Temperatures - As temperature increases, HIT continues to perform at high levels due to the industry leading temperature coefficient of -0.258% /°C. No other module even comes close to our temperature characteristics. That means more energy throughout the day. Enables higher power output and greater energy yields. HIT provides maximum production for your limited roof space.

Quality snd Reliability

Quality and Reliability - Panasonic’s vertical integration, 20 years of experience manufacturing HIT and 20 internal tests beyond those mandated by current standards provides extreme quality assurance. A new 40mm frame increases durability and strength, being able to handle loads of up to 5400Pa. Also, the water drainage system gives rain water and snow melt a place to go, reducing water stains and soiling. Less dirt on the module means more sunlight getting through to generate power.

Low Degradation - HIT “N-type” cells result in extremely Low Light Induced Degradation (LID) and zero Potential Induced Degradation (PID) which supports reliability and longevity. This technology reduces annual degradation to 0.26% compare to 0.70% in conventional panels, guaranteeing more power for the long haul.

Performance Warranty

25 Year Product Warranty

Product Details


Monocrystalline (Mono)

Power output: 



65.30 x 43.70 x 1.57 inches


40.81 lbs

Connector Type:

Multi-Contact Type IV (MC4)


96 Mono Cells



Back Sheet:


Reviews & Questions

  • Reviews (3)
  • Questions (5)
Thanks. I actually received delivery of the system today. Everything looked like it shipped ok. The power system really looks awesome. I’m excited to get it installed. 
09/30/2020 09:17 am
Thanks for the help, as always your team is the best!
09/12/2020 02:17 pm
I want to give you our sincere thanks for the attention received from you in our orders for solar panels and wishing to buy from you again. Very Best Regards
08/30/2020 01:43 pm

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What does the temperature coefficient of -0.258% /C stand for?
07/18/2021, 14:52
Normally, panels perform best when the air temperature is at 25C (77F) or lower. When the temperature rises above that mark, a module starts to lose efficiency. Here the Panasonic module loses only 0.258% per degree — a very good rate.
Can you send these panels to Mexico?
06/15/2021, 09:50
Currently, no; we ship panels only across continental United States.
Is it for commercial or residential use?
04/21/2021, 11:48
You can use this panel for your home or a business, as well as for an RV or a boat. 325W is a popular wattage of panels for residential systems.
What are the dimensions of the panel?
12/02/2020, 13:06
The dimension of this model are 65.30 x 43.70 x 1.57 inches
Do you guys offer a design of the system or I have to make it by myself?
12/02/2020, 13:05
You can make use of our Solar calculator to figure out the number of panels you need. The plan of a system you would have to do by yourself or with the help of your installer.