WindyNation 100 Watt 100W Solar Panel for 12 Volt Battery Charging RV, Boat, Off Grid
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- 100 Watt solar panel provides up to 100 watts of clean, free, renewable power
- Designed for RVs, cabins, homes, boats, back-up power and remote power use
- Perfect for 12 volt battery charging (see pictures in photo gallery for solar panel technical information and dimensions)
- 100W solar panel can provide 300-600 Watt Hours of power per day (depends on sunlight availability)
- Grade A solar cells; Heavy duty anodized aluminum frame, 5 year warranty on parts and labor, 25 year power warranty.
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The Windy Nation 100 Watt Solar Panel allows you to start producing free, clean power from the sun! Perfect for RV's, boats, cabins and back-up power! Multiple WindyNation 100 Watt Solar Panels can be wired in parallel to increase charging current (amps) to a 12 volt battery. Or multiple WindyNation 100 Watt Solar Panels can be wired in series to increase voltage for 24 volt or 48 volt battery charging. Panel arrives ready for connection. SEE PICTURES IN PHOTO GALLERY ABOVE FOR ALL TECHNICAL INFORMATION.
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UPDATE: I'm on my third/fourth panel addition. I'm very happy with the manuals, which completely resolve some confusion that I was having regarding my equipment lining up with my panel loads, and wiring the series vs. parallel issue in real onsite wiring terms. They even show the little connections for each type of installation, I totally needed that. Very happy with WindyNation.
My only complaint is that both panels had a damaged corner that did not effect functionality, just cosmetics. Interesting that the box had a sticker stating "Fragile" on only one corner, corresponding to the damage.
All in all, nice panels but I may look elsewhere for my full array. Great for testing to compare poly and mono panels.