With these two modules, the company also promises new characteristics for more value for customers. The SF series will be phased out. The new modules are said to have a reduced size, frame height and weight. The new models also use Amphenol H4 cables. The HSL series is able to withstand 7,000 Pa snow loads and 4,000 Pa wind loads. The SF series had 5,400 Pa and 2,400 Pa tolerances respectively. The modules are certified against salt-mist and ammonia. They also conform to IEC 61215, 61730 and C. They have also attained the MCS certification for the UK market. The modules also have a hydrophobic anti-reflex surface that have the properties of self-cleaning.
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