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Portable Solar Kit - Self-Contained

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  • Portable Solar Power, 12DC and 120AC voltage
  • Plug of larger external battery possible
  • Pre-wired, ready to go, Plug & Play design
  • Up to 140 Watt Solar Panel
  • Manufactured in USA - In stock

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Product Description

The new self-contained Mobile Solar System (MSS II) can power a variety of portable electronic devices including basic lighting for outdoor living and emergency situations. The pre-wired main control box houses all control electronics and provides an easy plug & play interface. A key advantage of the MSS II system is its ability to expand the solar system without any modifications to the main control box. By increasing the size of the solar panel (max 140W) and the capacity of the external battery, the system can provide energy for longer operation times. The provided USB charging port further enhances the flexibility of the system. Wireless devices and portable computers can be charged conveniently. In emergency and disaster situations, the MSS II kit, provides immediate power for your essential communication needs. The SolarEvolution Mobile Solar System combines a 10-Watt solar panel with a portable 300-Watt inverter and battery providing up to 300 Watts of portable electricity and backup power anytime, anywhere. It can power a 25-Watt laptop computer for up to 4 hours. Not only does the Mobile Solar System run laptops, it also can run other 12 Volt or 115 Volt devises including hand-held blenders, fans, computers, clock radios, small power tools, emergency lights, TVs and radios. The kit includes all cables for an easy plug & play set-up. Simply connect the solar panel to the main control box with the included cables and you are ready to go. The portable MSS II system also comes with an AC charger for recharging from a standard wall outlet. Just plug your AC devices right into the AC outlet on the main control box, just like at home. For the 12 Volt DC products, simply plug them into the provided 12V DC sockets.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 36 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 38 pounds
  • Item model number: MSSII
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #567,264 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Timothy D. Legg on September 26, 2012
I have one of these products that a distant relative of mine bought. I ended up with it since I am the one in the family with an engineering degree. For her, she said that she forgot to turn it off and after that it inexplicably stopped working.

To me, it seems that the batteries, which are built in, have likely failed. This product is designed such that the cells, which are consumable in nature, are not easy to access. Also, the AC to DC power supply doesn't provide an output either. It remains in a 'Fault' state. I'll have to ohm it out when I get my SE 33 pc. Security Bit Set ordered. Yes, they use security bits, not conventional screws that most people have in their toolboxes. Leads me to believe that service for their products is a secondary business that they are in. Considering the very steep price of the unit, I'm not optimistic about what they charge for their service time.

Granted that the unit is non-operational, based on the documentation with it, I have a general idea of the modes of operation. The correct usage isn't very clear from 8-page manual that is included with the unit. There are three switches. One of which is a SPCO style to switch between "BATT I" and "BATT II" with what is presumably an off state in the center. It is unclear which setting enables the internal battery, either by input or output. A "Flooded/Sealed" switch which would adapt the charge controller to wet or dry cell batteries. A third switch is for enabling a built-in inverter.

There unit has four ISO 4165 connectors (cigarette lighter adapter) but the usage and internal wiring of these is unclear.
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