ACOPOWER 400 Watts 12/24 Volts Monocrystalline Panel Solar RV Kits with 40A MPPT LCD Charge Controller/Mounting Brackets

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $2,228.00

4PCS ACOPOWER 100-Watt monocrystalline solar panels can be connected in parallel by branch connectors or connected in series without any connectors; MPPT Solar Charge Controller has user adjustable settings!

LCD Screen shows, voltage, solar panel status, battery state of charge, and DC load draw. See Image in photo gallery for all LCD Screen readouts. Compatible with lead acid, AGM, gel, and lithium batteries Designed for RVs, cabins, homes, boats, back-up and remote power use.

The two solar panels can be wired in parallel for 12V battery charging or in series for 24V battery charging Negative Grounding Design and advanced MPPT control algorithm make it charging efficiency no less than 99.5%, it maximize the charging power as a way of saving the energy. 25-year transferable power output warranty on panels and 1-year warranty on rest of the kit components

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ACOPOWER 200Ah 400 Watt Mono RV solar system comes with everything you need to start producing free, clean power from the sun! Perfect for RV’s, boats, cabins and back-up power!

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10 reviews for ACOPOWER 400 Watts 12/24 Volts Monocrystalline Panel Solar RV Kits with 40A MPPT LCD Charge Controller/Mounting Brackets

  1. E. Austin

    I bought two of these panels because they are aesthetically pleasing and do not draw attention to themselves as solar panels. I am installing them on the front side of my house so I didn’t want something that distracted the eye from the normal look of the house. The satin/semi-gloss finish of the panel merged in well with the black porch so I was well pleased there.As for the performance, they are spot on. Using them in the dead heat of the summer, they become about 15% less efficient baking in the 98 degree heat as compared to their non-black counterparts of similar panels. This is to be expected as all solar panels suffer from being less efficient the hotter they are.I’ve not seen any deficiencies in workmanship or quality of the build; they stood up to their first pounding of rain as well.Usually the summer is the tougher months for a solar panel and so far I have no complaints. I don’t forsee any trouble in the winter, however if anything does arise I’ll update the review.

  2. MS G

    I purchased one of the 100W all black solar panels, very nice! It works just fine even on cloudy days produces the same amount of energy as on sunny days. I installed for a courtyard solar light 60W! Used a 20amp MPPT phocos solar charge controller with a 12 volt 120ah gel battery, solar panel maximum charge current: 5.2 amp beyond my imagination! talking about these panels, great value, very nice construction, gives the rated power output. It is important that they have a technical engineer for the design of the solar system are very experienced and gave me a lot of design proposals, great, would buy again for my 24 volt solar pump, watering lawns.

  3. Kim Hanes

    Good starter system! Good price and good quality. Easy to expand system to achieve more solar panels and batteries. I highly recommend this system for those just starting out in the solar energy domain!

  4. Harry Moto

    For an RV roof you want the monocrystalline panels because you have limited space on the roof. They’re lighted and smaller for the same wattage.These installed as expected, the controller is fine, everything is exactly what you expect. On a typical sunny Arizona day we generate 265 or 270 watts as long as the sun is high, good for being flat-mounted, not optimized.I expect you would get close to the rated wattage at noon with the panels pointing right at the sun, so the rating is right.Helped us with our boondocking power budget, we spend a LOT less time converting diesel into charge. Just let the sun shine and we’re gaining. 8^)UPDATE: 06-05-2021 Our lead acid batteries just weren’t getting it done, so I got a gigantic Lithium Iron battery to replace the 4 x 6v battery bank. And that works, because I remember the controller is compatible with Lithium batteries, right?Sort of… you’ll need a CC-USB-RS485-150U, available on Amazon for about 10 bones. This is on page 21 of the Extensive (if not that helpful) user manual. And a software package, available from the ACO site (keep looking, it’s on there!). After that I don’t know, am awaiting the cable. I will update as this plays out. Very confusing, but if we get through this it’ll all be good.

  5. Tom Zukauckas

    I’m testing my unit for usage in my mountain Connex home .., seems like the panel really charges the deep cell fast .. we will be firing up 5 led down lights and I’m sure we have the power we need

  6. Jonathan B.

    Received in 2 days, as scheduled. I quickly placed it outside and connected a 24v motor to test the panel’s current potential (no pun). Very impressive. Motor kicked on with moderate rpms. I measured 20-21v in direct, afternoon sun. I then connected a charge controller and a 12v car battery. It worked, but I cannot speak to charge rate. Very impressed thus far; just need durability verification.

  7. volt amp

    I purchased a 5 panel 500 Watt system with the 40amp controller.This is to be used as a back-up to long term grid outages at home.Attached photos show my homemade panel stands for manual mobility to face the sun.The panels are the more efficient mono-crystalline type.My first test in late October (48 deg north near Canada) was to recharge a 400 ah 12Vdc battery pack with a sine wave inverter.I ran the batteries down about 120 ah. Next day set up the panels to face the sun. I checked volt, amps & watts on the controller every 30 min.The panels produced a max of 21.3 volts and a max of 26.3 amps and a max of 415 watts (at different times). The controller blinked green (full battery recharge) after 5 hours.Very pleased with the system. It’s well constructed.The Acopower support response was outstanding and extremely quick. I would ask a question and they would answer within an hour no matter what day of the week.Highly recommend this product.

  8. Christina R.

    I love the all black finish and the overall presentation of the solar panel.It work perfectly as expected and was easy to transport.

  9. Earthymcstuff

    This solar panel is incredibly durable, and built to last. I just drove around a corner with this on the roof of my van unsecured! The thing launched off the roof of my Vanagon camper and slammed into the ground. My neighbors heard it hit the ground from inside there house! I picked it up to find a dented corner just tested it, and it works like it did the first day I purchased it over a year ago.

  10. BP

    First off, love the immediate support you get with customer service and technical support. Previously ordered the 60watt Solar Suitcase panels which have been working flawlessly and easy to setup and take down for travelling on the road. I have the need to upgrade to more wattage so I stuck with ACOPOWER products and added a 100watt Mono Solar Panel to the roof along with an aftermarket tilt bracket. Lynn at ACOPOWER sent an adapter to allow both panel assemblies to be hooked up in parallel..I have no doubt that they should work on my next camping trip. They put out till the sun goes down in the shade.Highly recommend going with ACOPOWER panels along with the support you will get after the purchase.

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