|Brand||HQST HIGH QUALITY SOLAR TECHNOLOGY|
|Item Weight||34.46 Pounds|
|Amperage Capacity||10 Amps|
|Maximum Voltage||12 Volts|
|Maximum Power||50 Watts|
|Item Weight||34.5 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||30.3 x 22.7 x 5.3 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
HQST 100 Watt 12Volt Off Grid Monocrystalline Portable Foldable Solar Panel Suitcase with 10A Charge Controller…
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|Brand||HQST HIGH QUALITY SOLAR TECHNOLOGY|
|Item Weight||34.46 Pounds|
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- HQST 100W monocrystalline solar suitcase is a plug and play system.
- Solar Panel with Charge Controller is the key component to a system when going solar Off -Grid system. These panels are relatively compact and are a breeze to set up. Whether you are going camping in the mountains or taking a trip to the beach, this panel can be a great start to your off-grid system! This panel has several uses including marine, dry camp, RVS and other off-grid applications.
- The charge controller is optimized for a 12V/24V system; Deep Cycle Sealed (AGM), Gel and Flooded battery option ready. Smart 4-Stage PWM charging (Bulk, Boost, Float, and Equalization) and temperature compensation increases battery life and improves system performance. Intelligent protection against reverse polarity, overcharging, short-circuit, and reverse current.
- The 100 Watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline Portable Solar Suitcase is an entire solar power system incorporated into a single, compact package. This solar suitcase includes two 50 Watt Monocrystalline Solar Panels, one 10 Amp Charge Controller with an LCD Screen for power regulation. The 100 Watt Solar Suitcase will make charging on the go as easy as 1-2-3!
- The HQST 100W monocrystalline solar suitcase is integrated with highly efficient Monocrystalline panels, sturdy aluminum stands, and a handy traveling bag, making this a perfect portable solar system.
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- Nominal System Voltage: 12/24V DC
- Grounding Type: Positive
- Battery Type: Sealed, Gel and Flooded
- Mounting Options: Surface mount
- Dimensions: 4.68x2.95x1.08 inches
Weighing in at about 27.05 lbs, this lightweight suitcase includes two 50 Watt Monocrystalline Solar Panels, one Renogy 10 Amp Wanderer Charge Controller with an LCD Screen for power regulation, one tray cable with alligator clips for easy connection to the battery, and protective casing for safe portability. The HQST 100 Watt Solar Suitcase will make charging on the go as easy as 1-2-3!
Adjustable, corrosion-resistant aluminum stand. Heavy duty handle and latches for longevity. Protective casing
Compatible with gel, sealed and flooded batteries. Charge controller with LCD display for displaying operating information and data
Positive-ground 10A built-in Solar charge controller provides intelligent protection against reverse polarity, overcharging, short-circuit, and reverse current.
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Reviewed in the United States on August 1, 2017
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Out of the box, the charge controller was loose between the folded up panels -- I found where there's sticky velcro and re-stuck it. So far it hasn't come off, but if it becomes a problem I'll replace with outdoor mounting tape. Given alternative products are up to 2x the price, I'm OK with this shortcoming. The controller itself has a single button, but it doesn't do anything in this application, the controller is designed to manage a small load as well (think a small solar-powered light fixture), the button will turn that on or off. It has a display which will give you some stats, and there is a manual for the controller included.
The cabling comes with alegator clips you'd clip directly to the battery, and I do think it's a little light for this much current. Since my camper battery is in a plastic marine box that isn't exactly convenient to open, I have a SAE type connector that hangs out to connect a float-charger, this is the same as I've seen on some newer campers for a "solar" connection. I snipped off the clips and soldered a matching SAE connector on instead. I also built myself a SAE to SAE "extension cord" with 10 guage wire, in case the panel needs to be a little further away. Again, givin the price I'm good with this.
Overall I'm happy so far, I'll update my post if that changes. We have a trip planned with a 6-night stay in one place with no hookups, so I'll be putting it through the paces.
I will be upgrading to an MPPT-type charge controller, as these controllers more efficiently use the power that the panels provide. The provided PWM controller is perfectly adequate for weekend camping, and helps keep the cost down, so I can't ding the product for using that type. But we just camped through three cloudy days, and our batteries were slowly losing ground. Your mileage may vary.
The hinges, latches, and hardware are not awesome, and will likely require replacement at some point. But with reasonable care and some WD-40. I've not had a problem in 2 almost-full seasons. The case is well-made and is sized perfectly so that it's easy to get the panels stowed in it, without a lot of slop and no swearing.
I would choose this product 100:1 over rooftop panels, as we live in the Northeast and we are almost always in at least partial shade. The ability to position these panels to capture the available sun is super important to us.
I wish it wasn't a Chinese company, and I always try to buy American-made, but it's impossible to find anything competitive these days.
I do like the digital controller display and the info i get off of it
think a lot of people use it for rv type camping, using the battery clamps on my camper will require unstrapping and taking off the top covers on the batteries, should have come with some kind of cord that bolts onto the batteries and you can plug/unplug it
the case is a joke, it is nothing but a very thin nylon cloth, no protection for the panels at all, i saved the cardboard box and cut it up to put inside the "case" for a little protection of the panels, not sure it is even worth the hassle of putting it in the case since the actual suitcase comes with a handle on it and even with the cardboard in there it is not much protection
I am trying to find a pelican type case to put it in
Seems to be putting out a decent amount of power
I would have easily paid $150-200 more for a hard case, a set of different options of connectors for the batteries etc and one or 2 places to put a padlock on it
If there was one built like that for 350-400 i missed it in my searches
A lot of these solar suitcase pics etc do not show the set up well, i actually picked this model off the fact it had a "case" and the way the legs looked in the pics, i use photography sand bags to put on the legs and hold it down in the wind and with some of the other suitcases did not look like i could do that with the legs, seems to be working pretty good with the bags and they are cheap
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Verarbeitung und Funktion einwandfrei.
Nehme das Teil nur mit, wenn mehrere "freie Übernachtungen" geplant sind.
5つ星のうち 4.5 2 レビュー
チャージーコントローラー（追加購入範囲¥6000以下で想定）が壊れていることがあるので別購入が必要です。それでもコストパフォーマンスは維持できそうな発電力条件は機能しそうです。 私は返品処理希望も手続きもしておりません。2018.07.06 14:19現在