|Item Weight||19.84 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||47 x 1.5 x 20.9 inches|
|Item model number||KIT-STARTER-100D|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Renogy 100 Watts 12 Volts Monocrystalline Solar Starter Kit w/ 100W Solar Panel + 30A PWM Negative ground Charge Controller + MC4 Connectors +Tray Cable+ Mounting Z Brackets for RV, Boat
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- The charge controller has been upgraded to Renogy's new 30A PWM NegativeGround Charge Controller the Renogy Wanderer
- With the Renogy Wanderer 30A PWM Charge Controller, you can expand your system up to a maximum of 400W
- The kit now includes an 8ft 10AWG Tray Cable to connect your charge controller and battery
- Ideal output: 500Wh per day; can fully charge a 50Ah battery from 50% in 3 hours (depending on the availability of sunlight)
- Negative grounding controller with battery reversed, overloading, short-circuit and over charging /discharging protection ensures the broader off grid applications and safety. Especially can be used on a vehicle which has battery negative on the chassis
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The Renogy 100W Solar Power Starter Kit is perfect for new customers wanting to get a start in solar. The Starter Kit is great for off-grid applications, such as RVs, trailers, boats, sheds, and cabins — providing many benefits, including, but not limited to, quiet power production and grid independence. Adding a polycrystalline or monocrystalline solar panel kit can extend your travels further than ever before.
This solar kit comes with the tools necessary for a new system: one Renogy 100W 12V Poly/ Mono Solar Panel, one 30A PWM Wanderer Charge Controller, one 20ft 10AWG MC4 Adaptor Kit, one 8ft 10AWG Tray Cable, and one set of Z-brackets. Start your solar adventure with a Renogy Starter Kit.
|Renogy Wanderer 30A Charge Controller||Renogy Rover 20A MPPT Charge Controller||Renogy Rover 40A MPPT Charge Controller|
|Battery Type||Sealed, gel and flooded||Sealed, gel, flooded, and lithium||Sealed, gel, flooded, and lithium|
|Nominal system voltage||12 VDC||12V/24V DC||12V/24V DC|
|System Capacity||400W||200W (12 Volt) / 400W (24 Volt)||400W (12 Volt) / 800W (24 Volt)|
|Bluetooth Module Compatible||✓||✓|
|Dimensions||6.5 x 4.3 x 1.8 In.||5.9 x 8.3 x 2.3 In.||6.8 x 9.4 x 2.8 In.|
|Renogy Bundle Kit||Renogy Starter Kit||Renogy Marine Kit||Renogy RV Kit||Renogy Premium Kit|
|Bundle Kit||Starter Kit||Marine Kit||RV Kit||Premium Kit|
|Solar Panel||100D||100D||100DB-H||100D / 100MB||100D / 100MB|
|Mounting||Not included||MTS-ZB||Not included||MTS-ZB/MTS-CB||MTS-ZB|
|Cable Entry Housing||Not included||Not included||Not included||Yes||Not included|
|Controller Model||Wanderer||Wanderer/Rover||Voyager (waterproof)||Advanturer||Rover|
|Controller BlueTooth Compatible||Not compatible||Rover only||Not compatible||Yes||Yes|
|BlueTooth Module||Not included||Not included||Not included||Yes||Yes|
|MC4 fuse & ANL fuse||Not included||Not included||Not included||Not included||Yes|
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Renogy 100W Monocrystalline Starter Kit is designed specifically for customers new to solar. The Starter Kit is great for off-grid applications, such as RVs, trailers, boats, sheds, and cabins - providing many benefits, including, but not limited to, quiet power production and grid independence. This solar kit comes with the tools necessary for a new system: a Renogy 100W 12V Monocrystalline Solar Panel, a 30A PWM Wanderer Charge Controller, a 20ft 10AWG MC4 Adaptor Kit, an 8ft 10AWG Tray Cable, and a set of Z-brackets. Start your solar adventure with a Renogy Starter Kit. Negative grounding controller ensures the broader off grid applications and safety, especially to be used on a vehicle which has battery negative on the chassis. A little extra investment on the right charge controller will generate a much higher return and prevent system failure.
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I knew very little about solar installation but had enthusiasm and a willingness to try.
I mounted the panel flat on the roof of my teardrop. Would it generate enough power without being angled toward the sun? Read on.
I mounted the included charge controller on the interior wall of the trailer, requiring about a 2 foot run of cable. I bought a deep charge battery at my local Batteries Plus. I built a battery box (with vents) and mounted it on the trailer tongue. It took maybe 6 feet of wire from the controller to the battery. Then I ran a plus and minus back from the battery - the positive went to a fuse block on the wall below the controller; the negative went to a homemade "ground panel" - a bus where I could wire the negative leads from all the stuff.
The controller has lights to monitor its functioning. There's a flashing green light that means it is charging the battery. I was happy to find out that it starts flashing soon after the sun comes up and keeps flashing until the sun goes down. It kept flashing when it was overcast and the sun was about to go down. It seemed to provide plenty of power despite the fact that it wasn't angled towards the sun.
Since it's mounted permanently on top of the trailer it meant that the battery was being charged while I was driving from one campground to the next. If it was the kind of application where it gets put away between campsites and pulled out to angle towards the sun I think I would end up with less charging. So far I'm very happy with the choice to mount it permanently to the top.
I bought a volt meter which I'm going to wire into the system with an on-off switch so I can monitor the status. My trailer isn't fully completed however; I'm still finishing off details like this. That means I don't really know what's happening. The flashing lights are nice, but I'd be happier with numbers.
Take this review with a grain of salt. I'm certainly not an electrical engineer. I need to do more research into how to measure the effectiveness, output, etc. I also think maybe my power needs are so minimal that this panel is overkill. LED lights are awfully efficient! However, I thought the price of the kit was very reasonable and so far it has performed exactly as I hoped it would.
Perhaps after I have more experience and have monitored it more scientifically I can add more detail to this review. I hope this is somewhat helpful.
At first we mounted the panel flat, but after some testing we bought a tilt mount and increased our power. This also lets snow and rain slide off. Very important!
We are charging two 75 amp hour deep cell batteries wired parallel and have since added a second panel. After an average day and nights use . . lights (led), furnace or swamp cooler depending on the season, fan, stereo, water pump, etc. . . . the batteries are fully charged by mid afternoon.
We plan on adding a third panel and a third battery this summer and then a fourth and a fourth next spring. At that point we may add an inverter, but we are very comfortable with 12 volts. This highlights the a great aspect of this kit, you can expand it. You don't have to buy it all at once. One panel was great for a weekend, two panels gives us almost unlimited use, three will give us extra power. The controller is good for 4 panels.
We are coming up on a year with these panels and we couldn't be happier. I usually check to see what the controller is doing in the afternoon, but other then that the kit takes care of itself.
I would highly recommend this kit and anything from Renogy. The panels are solidly built and reliable as are the tilt mounts. In my opinion, if you are looking to solar charge an RV or cabin, this is what you want to start with. I was a solar newbie when we first got this kit, but now I'm very comfortable with it. Renogy's videos and instructions are very well done and their customer service is Outstanding! Our first controller was a dud. I called them and explained what it was doing. We got a new controller via second day shipping. The rep also followed up via email to make sure everything was working properly. Very nice guy and very knowledgeable.
Last weekend my wife got on the roof and changed the angle of the panels for summer, all the maintenance it should need. :). Those tilt mounts are also great!
The batteries have not been low yet. The solar panel even charges on cloudy days. I will get one more panel for the wintertime, the handling, shipping was great and the panel was easy to install. THANKS RENOGY, GREAT PRODUCTS
The microcontroller can be expanded to handle multiple panels. I bought 1 more, but have no clue where to mount it.
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