- By sandwiching HIT photovoltaic cells front-to-back between layers of glass, their symmetrical structure allows the generation of electricity on both sides, giving a higher power output than regular one-sided modules. (On sale since January, 2006 in North America and Europe)
- Not just for back-up in case of blackouts but as an effective means of reducing peak energy usage and ensuring a stable energy supply from the fluctuating natural energy sources. This 18kWh system is designed for shops and offices and can be augmented with additional battery units. (Prototype)
- Panasonic’s unique floated-module LED on a translucent base delivers a warm glow similar to clear incandescent bulbs. As bright as a 20W incandescent bulb but with a power consumption of only 4.4W.
(20W LED Clear Type on sale in Europe and Asia since July, 2011 and in Japan since October, 2011)
- This next-generation light source promises unprecedented applications for uniform surface lighting in any desired luminosity and colour rendition.
(On sale since September, 2011 in Japan, Europe and America)
- High rendition (overRa90) and luminosity (3000cd/m2) OLED in Panasonic’s own “slide-in” panel. Easy to install in ultra-thin equipment applications. (9mm thick, frame 11mm)
(On sale since December, 2011 in Japan, Europe and America)
- This compact 50mm light engine fuses line dispensing technology on a ceramic base to deliver beautifully sharp shadows and light with an incredible 106lm/W efficiency and 50,000 hour product life.
(For sale from April, 2012 in Europe, then throughout other IEC regions)
- LED unit with synchronized, variable brightness and hue, reproducing
the full colour curve.
2000K-2700K: both brightness and hue variable.
2700K-5000K: level brightness, variable hue.
(Not sold as individual devices; fixtures with these units available in
Japan since November, 2011)
- Panasonic’s touch /push switches allow the intuitive adjustment of lighting levels with sensor and dimmer functions as well as wireless handset connectivity over long distances.
(Projected sales from 2014 in Japan and elsewhere in Asia)