|Item Weight||16.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||47 x 21.3 x 1.5 inches|
|Item model number||KIT-BUNDLE100D|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Renogy 100 Watts 12 Volts Monocrystalline Solar Bundle Kit
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- Authorized UL 1703 photovoltaic modules and panels. EL tested solar modules; no hotspot heating guaranteed.
- Withstand strong wind (2400Pa)/heavy snow (5400Pa), Excellent performance in low light environments.
- The charge controller has been upgraded to Renogy's new 30A PWM negative ground charge controller - the Renogy Wanderer.
- 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.
- The system can be extended up to 400watt in parallel connection.
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Sometimes we all need to recharge our batteries whether we are camping, wanting to go off the grid, or are just looking to power some appliances. Our Renogy 100W Monocrystalline Bundle comes with components that you will need to expand on a system you may already have, or just need some items to complete your system. Our 100W Monocrystalline solar panel, 9in Mc4 Adaptor Kit, and 30A PWM charge controller are included. Keep in mind that this kit allows for the charge controller to be close to the solar panel so depending on your situation, you may still need an extension cable or longer wiring. This bundle kit can be the perfect option for creating an off-grid solar system.
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Renogy called me a day or two after the order was placed to apologize for a delay in shipping it out. I didn't expect free 2-day shipping as it wasn't Prime, and figured it would take over a week anyway. It still arrived within 1 week, and their customer service call was above and beyond anything I expected. If 1st impressions count for much, then Renogy is on to something.
The kit arrived in perfect condition. I ended up needing to buy two separate extension cords to help with ease of set up on the temporary use platform of our tent trailer. I bought a 30 foot section of wire with MC4 connectors on Amazon which I snipped in half (effective now a 15 foot extension). This allows me to set the panel up on the back of the roof and run the wiring either along the roof or down the side of the trailer to the front where the battery is located. It then plugs into the charge controller which I will set up under the front bunk of our trailer near the battery. I then purchased a 6 foot section of cord with MC4 connectors which I snipped in half (effective a 3 foot extension) which run from the controller to the battery. I connected the wiring to make sure polarity is consistent and with male-to-female connected properly the whole way. The panel array came with small extensions for the battery already. This allows me to keep the small extensions permanently connected to the battery, roll up the wirng with the charge controller separately, and then store this with the solar array under one of the bunk mattresses when the trailer is closed up. Some day when we get a full size travel trailer I anticipate permanently mounting the panel to the roof with a permanent wiring setup.
I first set up and tested it on an overcast and cloudy 60 degree day in the Pacific NW. No sun was shining, but there was plenty of bright light through the cloud cover. I was blown away by the panel pulling in 14.2V right away! I knew a 100W panel was kind of overkill for a fairly simple tent trailer setup, but this gave me complete confidence that we'll be able to stay completely and fully charged even when it gets cloudy and even rainy here when we camp during the summer on the ocean.
One thing I didn't realize the 30 amp charge controller came with were plugins for exterior 12V lights. Not only that, but with a timer! In other words, I'll be able to hook up a string or two of 12V LED Christmas-style lights or rope lights along our awning now and run it right off the charge controller. It can even turn on and off automatically. I may or may not do that right away, but even just having the possibility of a small utility light setup near the battery and propane tank for repairs or maintenance when it's dark out is a cool bonus I didn't realize it would come with.
The only issue I have at all is that the charge controller pictured comes with a small plastic window covering the LED digital readout. Mine didn't have that. I had an unrelated question about setup and chatted with Renogy on their website's online chat customer service setup. I asked about the plastic window and they offered to switch out the entire charge controller. I declined as it works great and is only cosmetic. Still though, their customer service left me VERY impressed again!
I'm very excited about the panel and know that with care and proper storage, it'll last a good long while for us. I can't recommend it highly enough!
I purchased the kit at an amazing low price. These type of monocrystalline panels used to sell for over $500 each. The whole kit was under $200 and the quality is tops. If you need an off grid or on grid system this company is the place to get it.The instructions that come with it seem a little sketchy but if you go to their website they have all the info you need for an easy install including videos.I will buy from them again and highly recommend their product. If you are mounting them on your roof, I would recommend you purchase the mounting Z brackets.They are available separately or in an installation kit that comes with the panel. I also purchased 2- 30 foot extension cables to reach the inside of my home--they are very easy to use.
No, you definitely, without a doubt are going to need longer wiring. It being a starter kit, I thought the short cables in the photo were "shortened" by Photoshop just to demonstrate the ends (in the bundle photo, the wires aren't stripped like in the side photo of just the short connector lines). This may seem picky to some, but I just want buyers to be aware that, unless you want to mount your solar controller to the solar panel, YOU ARE DEFINITELY GOING TO NEED TO BUY ABOUT $45 WORTH OF EXTENSION CABLE. So, in my opinion, this kit is not complete. That being said, it's still a bargain even at $200. I've used it once while camping so far. I have it connected to a 27DC class battery and use it and a 750w modified sine wave inverter to power fans, mattress pumps, and laptops (through 12v DC port), and to charge phones and banks of 18650 batteries that power flashlights, radios, lanterns, and electronic cigarettes.