|Item Weight||16.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||47 x 1.4 x 21.3 inches|
|Item model number||RNG-100D|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Renogy 100 Watts 12 Volts Monocrystalline Solar Panel
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- Perfect for 12-volt battery charging or multiple panels can be wired in series for 24/48-volt battery charging or for grid-tied applications
- Diodes are pre-installed in junction box and a pair of 31-inch cables with MC4 connectors comes with the panel automatically
- Withstand high wind (2400Pa) and snow loads (5400Pa); resistant aluminum frame which allows the panels to last for decades
- High modules conversion efficiency. Ideal output: 500 watt hours per day (depends on sunlight availability)
- 25-year transferable power output warranty; 5-year material and workmanship warranty
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- UL1703, IEC 61215, IEC 61730
- Thermal/Freezing and High Humidity Cycling Test
- Electrical isolation Test
- Mechanical, Wind and Twist Loading Test
- Salt Mist Test
- Light and Water-exposure Test
- Moist Carbon Dioxide/Sculpture Dioxide
Renogy 100 Watts 12 Volts Monocrystalline Solar Panel
- Maximum Power: 100W
- Maximum System Voltage: 600V DC (UL)
- Optimum Operating Voltage (Vmp): 18.9V
- Optimum Operating Current (Imp): 5.29A
- Open-Circuit Voltage (Voc): 22.5V
- Short-Circuit Current (Isc): 5.75A
- Output Cables: 4.0 mm2 (0.006 in2), 800mm (31.5 in)
- Connectors: MC4 Connectors
- 25-year transferable power output warranty: 5-year/95% efficiency rate, 10-year/90% efficiency rate, 25-year/80% efficiency rate
- 5-year material and workmanship warranty
This 100 watt panel is made up of monocrystalline solar cells, which give you the most efficiency per space.
Corrosion-resistant aluminum frame for extended outdoor use, allowing the panels to last for decades as well as withstand high winds (2400Pa) and snow loads (5400Pa).
Off-Grid Rooftop/Ground Mounted.
Pre-drilled holes on the back of the panel for fast mounting and securing.
RVs, trailers, motorhomes, caravans, boats, etc.
12 volt Battery Charging.
Top Customer Reviews
- I started with two, then four, and bought the 2 pcs set last spring/summer. Now, going to add another two.
- Running as a 36v system (series-series-parallel) and works awesome. When I get the next two...will wire them 48v
- During max sun last summer (with six panels) hit 30 amps, 430 watts (according to my Midnite Solar Kid SCC)
- Pretty much the best "bang for your buck" on the market for building your array
- Mc4 connections are a great idea, but had to "shave" off the locks to pull apart. A watertight screw-in connection would be better
- Delivery is fast and packaging excellent
- Modified the Z brackets and expanded mounting holes on panels to accept Grade 5 1/2" bolts...much stronger
- Included hardware for mounting Z brackets is adequate, but not up to my standards
- Shooting for a 1KW in panels (10 panels) for my system. If I had to do it over again, I would have started with the Renogy 250 watt panels
- Great product, speedy delivery, great packaging, superior power output, Mc4 connections could be better designed
UPDATE: 29 Jan 2015
- Bought two more (eight panels total). Wired them up as a 48v system. Working GREAT! Even though my solar charge controller will only convert 30 amps, having more panels reduces losses during cloudy days and sunrise/sunset angles. With 8 panels, it should be able to produce over 40+ amps. Still going to get two more to have bragging rights of having "One KILOWATT of power". Yeh, got the solar bug. But it is so cool upgrading and seeing immediate improvement!Read more ›
- Hooked up series-series-parallel (24v)
- 100' PV cable run using 10 AWG cable
- MPPT charger (Tracer 30 amp) with meter
- Three true deep cycle marine batteries connected in parallel with 1 gauge cable
- Power Bright 3500 watt inverter
I can send you a picture or two...just let me know. As for the panels, they are extremely efficient and when wired correctly work very well.
- Great build quality
- Quick delivery
- 100w + output in full Oklahoma sun
- 25 year warranty
- Rated for 1" hail at 52 MPH
- Had to drill out mounting holes to fit 3/8" bolts
- MC4 connectors are okay, but had to file the clips down to get cable connections to separate
- Renogy Z brackets work well, but had to expand the holes to fit larger mounting bolts. Expensive brackets...but worth it
- Had to use a DVM to make these solar panels to work in a series...once figured out which cable goes where...it worked great. There are diodes inside the solar panels that will steer the voltages the correct way...if not, they will not work as well.
- In my configuration, the Tracer meter is reading 40v coming down from the array at 20 amps. Rough math (using 24v scale) that equates to 480 watts. So, during full sun, I am getting 120 watts per panel.
- When MPPT charger has batteries fully charged, it goes into "boost" mode. Current from the panels drops and only produces power enough to run stuff off the inverter. This is cool!
- The panel cables look like 12 AWG into the MC4 connectors. For cable lengths 50' or more, use 10 AWG PV solar cable. Glad I am...Read more ›
My location is relatively shaded, which means that any and all of my solar panels experiences some degree of shade and shadowing throughout the day, and my location is also subject to blocking of early AM sun and late PM sun from nearby mountain ridges to the east and to the west, and the two days since I installed the panels have been quite dark and overcast, and yet the panels have nonetheless consistently put out more power than I would have expected under those conditions (I am an engineer; I know what I am talking about, and I have the equipment here to measure the power levels accurately), and, in fact, these two 100 watt panels put out significantly more power under such conditions than any of my other 200 watt banks of panels. This makes sense to me, for monocrystalline panels (such as these Renogy 100 watt panels) tend to do better under marginal low-light conditions than do polycrystalline panels or amporphous panels.
I am very happy with these panels. In fact, I will shortly be ordering another pair of these panels!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Panels works so well, repurchased for another project. Direct on sunshine, they will produce 5 amps output each. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Don Arnold
This is my 3rd sokar panels I orderend very well construct, product good power to charge my RV batteries bank don't need to plug in any morePublished 5 days ago by CharliVN
simple, off grid camping, is now worry free with my camper. I don't run much, but I don't worry about the battery dying again.Published 10 days ago by bovine0001
Good panel but price is too high if one plans to build a large solar array. I purchased 10 panels and plan to buy more of something else the next time.Published 11 days ago by justin
Easy to install 100 Watt solar panel will generate a charge to a Charge Regulator from dawn to dusk rain or shine.Published 20 days ago by Robert Whalen