High-Efficiency Foldable Solar Panel - 88 watt
***These superior solar panels are on sale for a limited length of time for $489/each plus shipping
In the photos below, one can see the high-efficiency panels in two camouflage patterns, unfolded, from the front, and from the back. The backs of the panels are camouflaged in digital ACU or green-brown jungle. The fronts (solar cell sides) of both panels are identical, and are white inbetween and around the high-efficiency solar cells.
We are excited and proud to introduce another edition to our series of high-performance foldable solar panels. This hi-efficiency, water (IP65)- and weather-proof, uv-resistant, foldable/folding solar panel comes with digital ACU camouflage or green-brown jungle camouflage on its external surface, and has the following nominal output ratings at Pmax: 88 watts; 5.165 amps; 17.024 volts. The inner surface that surrounds the solar cells is white. Its open circuit voltage is 20.38 volts, and its short circuit current is 5.727 amps. This superior panel is manufactured in the USA using high-quality monocrystalline solar cells, the rated efficiency of which is 18.4%. The panel weighs 8.1 pounds, and measures 23 x 12 x 2 inches folded, and 48 x 23 x 1/8 inches unfolded (7.03 square feet). The power output connector can be a standard SAE twin-plug trailer connector or Anderson PowerPoles to which a variety of standard adapters and solar charge controllers may be linked with standard polarity configuration.
In each corner of the panel, there is a metal grommett/ringlet that can be used to secure the panel to the ground or to another device.
The camouflage pattern covers the external (non-solar cell side) surface of the foldable solar panel. On the solar cell side, the space between and around the cells is white in an attempt to keep the panel cooler and to maximize its efficiency.
In the three photos below, one can see the solar panels folded. On one side of the panel, there is the junction box and the two power cables that exit the junction box.
In the two photos below, one can see the high-efficiency solar panel being used to recharge the battery pack that is contained in the back pack.
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