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PowerFilm R-7 Rollable Solar Panel Charger


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  • Durable construction with marine-grade components
  • Weatherproof and performs well in diverse conditions, including hot, cold, and cloudy environments
  • Rollable, flexible, lightweight, portable and eco-friendly
  • Grommets for tie-downs, and wrap-around fastener for easy storage
  • Easy to use, and includes an RA-2 (12 Volt female car charger adapter) & RA-11 (15' extension cord with O-ring terminal connectors)
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PowerFilm R-7 Rollable Solar Panel Charger + PowerFilm RA-9 Charge Controller + PowerFilm 15' Extension Cord w/Alligator Clips
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 23 x 14.5 inches ; 9.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001QKUK6W
  • Item model number: R-7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,131 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Product Description

PowerFilm Rollable Solar Panel Chargers are waterproof, durable, lightweight, and flexible. They are designed for the most challenging and extreme environments, even low light conditions and high temperatures, and easily integrated to provide power for a number of charging applications. Includes an RA-2 (12 volt female car charger adapter) and RA-11 (15' extension cord with O-ring terminal connectors). Ideally suited for water activities, fully waterproof, and constructed with marine-grade connectors to provide a portable solar solution to ensure you'll have the power you need. Anywhere you go..... keep the Power On with PowerFilm! Specs: Operating Voltage: 15.4 V Wattage: 7 Watts Current: .45 Amps Width: 368.3 mm / 14.5 inches Length: 584.2 mm / 23 inches unrolled Weight: 0.27 kg / 0.6 lbs

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Nomad on April 21, 2013
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I use this solar panel to charge my camera batteries while backpacking. The Powerfilm R7 works really well for this purpose. I can typically charge my camera battery at home in about 3 hours. This panel can charge the battery in slightly less than 4 hours if I am constantly monitoring the angle of the panel to the sun. On a typical backpacking day this is not practical though. With the panel strapped to my backpack it takes most of the day to charge 1 battery. On a backpacking trip I typically use two batteries every three days. Thus, this panel is sufficient for my needs.

When I was researching solar panels I also tried the Goal Zero 12301 Nomad 7M Solar Panel. One would think from the title that the Nomad 7 was an equivalent unit. However, while it did work really well, it was unable to charge my camera battery. Looking at the fine print, the power output of the Nomad 7 is only 2 Watts on the 12 Volt port. The Powerfilm panel is rated at 7 Watts; however, I have only ever been able to get 6.5 watts from it. This requires the panel to be perfectly flat; and, to be oriented perpendicular to the sun's rays. The Goal Zero Nomad is also heavier, which is a consideration for backpacking.

The one drawback to this panel is that it is quite large at 14.5 x 23 inches. I covers the entire backside of my pack. I use four Nite Ize SBP0-2PK-01 S-Biner Plastic Size-0 Double Gated Carabiner,Black, 2-Pack to connect the panel to my pack.

In terms of durability the panel is very tough. I leave it strapped to my pack most of the time.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ekterashima on October 1, 2011
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I bought this as a gift for my sister who went on a trek to base camp 1 in Nepal (at Mount Everest). She used it to charge her electronics and said that it travelled well and worked like a charm.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Daniel on April 4, 2013
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It works very well, if the sun in out (yes I know it's a solar panel)... What I mean, is... If there is light cloud cover it's hit or miss.

Very durable: I'm in the army, and I've taken this out to the field and deployments several times... It's been beat all to heck, I wip the dust off... Keeps on working!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Philip L. Brown on February 22, 2014
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I had to trim the white edges a bit, add a grommet, and change the connector. But this photocell is now permanently mounted on the turtleneck of my homebuilt airplane and I like it! Though it doesn't generate a ton of electricity, it generates enough to keep the batteries in my communications radio charged and operate my GPS. And it works even when the engine is off!
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0 of 11 people found the following review helpful By W. Gobel on May 2, 2014
Not a clue what the voltage and amperage outputs are ... you have to guess.
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