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Mage Solar has developed new high-wattage PV modules in its PowerTec Plus line. Joining the company's existing product family of AC and DC modules are a 72-cell 300 W monocrystalline module and 72-cell polycrystalline modules in strengths from 285 W to 290 W.

With more watts per module, the new power classes give installers the distinct advantage of decreased labor costs and installation time, according to the company. The products are backed by the company's 0 W to +5 W tolerances and a 30-year, 80% power output guarantee.


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