SolarPower 2: All-Weather Portable Solar Panels

SolarPower 2: All-Weather Portable Solar Panels

Using reliable components that have been tested in a wide range of conditions, so you can be sure your solar power system will continue to work even in difficult weather conditions.

  • GET OF YOUR SOLAR PANELS – Our solar power panels have been designed to offer the highest conversion efficiency possible, so you can be sure you’re getting the most out of your solar power system.
  • WEATHERPROOF – Our panels are weatherproof, meaning they will continue to work even in difficult weather conditions.
  • RELIABLE – We use reliable components that have been tested in a wide range of conditions, so you can be sure your solar power system will continue to work even in difficult weather conditions.
  • LIGHTWEIGHT – Our panels are lightweight and easy to install, perfect for any situation.

Specifications

A solar panel that is designed to produce the maximum amount of power possible given the amount of sunlight that is available.

Cell efficiency is a solar panel that is designed to be more efficient at converting sunlight into electricity. The higher the cell efficiency, the more electricity the panel can produce.

The power voltage in a solar panel is the amount of voltage that the panel produces when it is exposed to sunlight. The power voltage will vary depending on the type of solar panel and the amount of sunlight that the panel is exposed to.

Power current is the current that flows through a solar panel when it is exposed to sunlight. The current is used to generate electricity.

Open circuit voltage is the voltage across the terminals of a solar cell when no current is flowing. The open-circuit voltage of a solar cell increases as the intensity of sunlight increases.

Open circuit voltage is the voltage across the terminals of a solar cell when no current is flowing. The open-circuit voltage of a solar cell increases as the intensity of sunlight increases.

Open circuit voltage is the voltage across the terminals of a solar cell when no current is flowing. The open-circuit voltage of a solar cell increases as the intensity of sunlight increases.

Open circuit voltage is the voltage across the terminals of a solar cell when no current is flowing. The open-circuit voltage of a solar cell increases as the intensity of sunlight increases.

Open circuit voltage is the voltage across the terminals of a solar cell when no current is flowing. The open-circuit voltage of a solar cell increases as the intensity of sunlight increases.

Open circuit voltage is the voltage across the terminals of a solar cell when no current is flowing. The open-circuit voltage of a solar cell increases as the intensity of sunlight increases.

Open circuit voltage is the voltage across the terminals of a solar cell when no current is flowing. The open-circuit voltage of a solar cell increases as the intensity of sunlight increases.

Peak Power: The maximum power output from the panel under ideal conditions. 200W
Cell efficiency: The ratio of energy output from the panel vs energy input from the sun. Not Available
Power Voltage: The voltage output of the solar panel, regulated for ideal charging. 18V
Power Current: The power output (or current) of the panel as measure in amps. 11.12A
Open Circuit Voltage: The maximum voltage that the panel can produce. It is a measure of the panel's maximum electrical output. 23.2V
Short Circuit Current: The short circuit current is the maximum current that a solar panel can produce when it is connected in a circuit with no load. 11.76A
Weight: The weight of the unit. 17.64 lbs (8 kg)
Dimensions (Folded): The dimensions of the panel when folded. L 24.2" x W 21.3" x H 1.97" (61.5 x 54 x 5 cm)
Dimensions (Unfolded): The dimensions of the panel when unfolded. L 91.3" x W 21.3" x H 0.98" (232 x 54 x 2.5 cm)
Operating Temp: The temperature range in which the solar panel will best perform. 14°F ~ 149°F (-10°C ~ 65°C)
Warranty: How long is the manufacturers advertised warranty 60

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