BougeRV 120 Watts Monocrystalline Solar Panel with Mounting Z Brackets, 12 Volts Mono Solar Cell Charger High Efficiency Module

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $122.99

  • Comes with Z bracket, Easy Installation. With pre-drill holes, mounting Z bracket is easy to install on and suitable for irregular surfaces. A certain height leaves some room for heat dissipation to prong the lifespan of this solar panel. Lightweight makes it less burden pressure on your RV, trailer, van, and other campers.
  • 1-on-1 Solar Solution by BougeRV Tech Support & Warm Warranty. BougeRV promises a 25-years warranty and lifetime warm-hearted service for you. Please contact us whenever you have any problem with BougeRV solar panel. We will provide you a professional guide to building a solar system.
  • High Conversion Efficiency. Bypass diodes and innovative series-parallel connections enable the module to perform better in partial shadow conditions, ensuring excellent performance in a low-light environment.
  • High Compatibility. This 120 watts mono solar panel allows to charge 12V battery or charge 24/48V battery by wiring several solar panels in parallel. More solar panels in parallel, more power you get.
  • Multipurpose. Strong power backup for on-grid and off-grid applications, this solar panel can charge for home use, RV, truck camper, and other off-grid use.

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BougeRV 120 Watts Monocrystalline Solar Panel with Mounting Z Brackets, 12 Volts Mono Solar Cell Charger High Efficiency Module for RV Trailer Boat Off Grid

BougeRV 120 Watts Monocrystalline Solar Panel with Mounting Z Brackets

Why choose BougeRV 120 Watts Monocrystalline Solar Panel?

– Extreme Cost Performance:

We use monocrystalline solar modules with extremely high conversion efficiency to ensure that each unit area can produce the highest power output. Our aim is to let you have not only good products but also good services : )

– Reduce Your Energy Bills:

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the average U.S. residential customer uses approximately 909 kWh per month of energy. A 120-watt solar panel can output about 280 kWh of electricity a year. In this respect, it will reduce your energy costs : )

– Charge anywhere during the Travel:

BougeRV 120W solar panel is perfect to get a start in solar, Great for off-grid applications. Use it for your RV/Van/Truck/Trailer, the monocrystalline panel provides you with the most efficiency per space. Never worry again, there is suddenly no electricity for lighting by the beautiful lake : )\

Monocrystalline Solar Panel Specific Parameters

Maximum Power (Pmax) 120±3% W
Open circuit voltage Voc(V) 22.1±3%
Max.power voltage Vmp(V) 17.68±3%
Max.power current Imp(A) 6.79±3%
Short circuit current Isc(A) 22.1±3%
Solar cells Efficiency 7.13±3%
Package include Mounting Z Brackets
Product diameter(IN) 38.58 x 26.38 x 1.37 inches
Item Weight (kg / lb) 6.76kg / 14.9lb
Application Class Class A
Max.static load, front 2400 Pa
Max.static load, back 2400 Pa
Series fuse rating 15A
Operating Temperature Limits -4℉~~ +167℉

BougeRV 120 Watts Monocrystalline Solar Panel with Mounting Z Brackets

BougeRV 120 Watts Monocrystalline Solar Panel FAQ

Q1: What does 1-on-1 solar solution mean? What can I get as a customer?

A1: Every project is unique, BougeRV provides each customer a 1-on-1 solar solution and customized technical services by professional tech support. We will quickly respond to your question in 24 hours and help you to select the appropriate solar kit to build the solar system with the step-by-step guide.

Q2: Why choose the Class A+ cell? What’s the difference between Class A+ cell and Class B & Class C cell?

A2: All of the BougeRV solar panels were made of the Class A+ cell. It’s able to achieve high-level performance, which is beyond the reach of most solar panels in the market.

Class A+ cell: No visible defects pass the strict EL test without any microcracks.

Class B & Class C cell: it has visible defects, and will have microcracks after the strict EL test. Also, it will have corner breakage, busbar missing, watermark, and color deviation.

Q3. What causes the low output power or no output during the use of solar panels? How can I solve it?

A3: The output power of solar panels is mainly affected by light intensity, light angle, and shadow occlusion during the use of solar panels. Therefore, during daily use, the angle of illumination must be adjusted to prevent shadows, and the obstructions on the solar panel must be cleaned regularly, such as bird droppings, dust, and garbage. Such obstructions may cause the solar panel to not output at all.

Q4: What other equipment do I need to power the load with solar panels?

A4: Solar panels will only have output during the day, so you will need batteries to store energy, controllers to protect the batteries, inverters to output AC loads, and use other photovoltaic cables to connect this solar system.

Additional information




Part Number

‎ISE048 bundle

Item Weight

‎19.26 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎38.58 x 26.38 x 1.37 inches

Item model number

‎ISE048 bundle


‎120W 5BB




‎Monocrystalline Silicon



Maximum Power

‎120 Watts



Date First Available

January 30, 2021

10 reviews for BougeRV 120 Watts Monocrystalline Solar Panel with Mounting Z Brackets, 12 Volts Mono Solar Cell Charger High Efficiency Module

  1. Marty Mapson

    I put this 170 watt panel on our small travel trailer and it is working perfectly. Easy to install with separate brackets i purchased and is charging our battery with no problems. Would recommend.

  2. Pinoy RN

    Have not had much time to use the product but tested a few times under winter sun within 1 1/2 hour from sunset and was still able to generate around 138-143 watts. Cant wait to take it camping during summer months with my Max Oak 1500. The only complaint i have is it is a bit large and has some weight to it so it may be a little cumbersome to lug around inside my Teardrop T@b, but quite happy with it so far and i think it will do a great job charging my Max Oak.

  3. moss

    Got my Bouge 170w Mono panel today. This item had no reviews when I bought it, so I figured I’ll some community service today. The outer box package was thick cardboard. Inside the outer box , the business side of the glass was covered with 1/4 foam and some extra cardboard. The narrow ends had some really cool cardboard/foam corners to prevent damage in those areas, too. Impressive packaging.I measured the Voc @ 23.5V in the bright sun @ about 65F air temp. The dims were right on too. 26″+ x 58″ + x 1″+. The construction seems adequate and the cells are aligned nicely. All in all, it looks pretty much like every other panel I have ever messed with. Great price!

  4. Lovemykittens

    I bought a set of these solar panels to go with my current 9 solar panels (5 ea 100 watt and 4 ea 150 watt folding panels). I was very impressed that these two 200 watt panels produced as much wattage as all my 9 solar panels combined. This was on cloudy days in the fall with the sun lower in the sky. I can’t wait to see how they produce in the summer time with high south facing sun. Would love to get two more of these panels so that I can fully run and keep my RV charged through my Bluette AC200P.

  5. Patrick Fitzgerald

    Interesting that Amazon includes warmth as a category to rate. Let’s see, black material under glass. Does it get warm in the sun? Of course it does. Just keep underside open as much as possible. Everything else is exactly as expected in a solar panel. I didn’t notice at first but I was sent a 180w and not a 170w. At least that’s what the panel says. So not sure. BourgeRv did come out with a 180 so maybe I got it by mistake? Anyway, on my Bluetti power station it peaks out around 130w or so. It might be better if I moved it around more or changed the angle regularly but that takes a lot of work. Still testing and experimenting but one of these is equal to or greater than two Jackery 100w in parallel. The Jackery ones do fold up and are portable though. I did get the third version of the Jackery. To learn more about the different versions, go to YouTube. Hobotech is particularly good at testing and reviewing.

  6. Thomas Popham

    Well built sun comes up panels start changing. Getting good charge on cloudy day very impressive. Much better then other panels I’ve owned before. I will be getting two more.

  7. Tom

    Not a lot of reviews on this yet so I thought I’d add my experience. Solid panel and easy to mount though the Bougerv bracket holes didn’t match the panel. Easy fix but still odd. My VictronConnect MPPT controller measures its output at up to 156w so far. On partly cloudy days I’ll record a max output just over 140w. Mine are flat mount to the RV’s roof, no tilt brackets, measured during San Diego winter months. Solid and consistent numbers! Hazy or cloudier days also yield more than adequate output.I’m not typically a five star rater but this panel hits the mark nicely and consistently throughout my sampling. I’ll be buying two more of these and hope to see the same performance.

  8. Shepherd

    I’ll come back for a more full review when I have time, but I am testing 2 of these right now, and I’m happy with the performance, so I’ll be buying 2 more. I’m kinda bummed the price went up from 149 to 155 in only a couple days though /:These are producing 130 watts each for me when lying flat and 153 watts when held to be aimed perfectly at the sun. That’s the output that should be expected, so I’m very happy. I just returned the 190w Richsolar panels because they had lower performance than these and the customer service got an attitude with me about how great their products are and that I didn’t know what I was talking about. I haven’t had to contact BougheRV customer service, so idk how they are, but that’s a good things because the products work as expected! I bought their wire and MC4 connectors too and they all appear to be top notch quality.

  9. 5cents family

    Mounted on our roof and is charging our battery perfectly.We use it to power some LED lights in the house.Safety thing as they are 12 volt and this unit keeps the battery charged for them

  10. James

    I bought 5 panels for my RV because the price was right…not real sure what to expect, was I surprised! During the peek of sun I was generating 906 watts! 56 watts more than advertised, so far I’m very impressed…I will update as my trips continue.

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