ECO-WORTHY 100 Watt Solar Panel 12 Volt Monocrystalline Solar Panel High Efficiency Module

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $92.45

[ Warranty ] – Daily output 500wh depends on the sunlight availability. 5-year material and workmanship warranty; 25-year transferable power output warranty.

[ Versatile ] – Basic generator component for 12V/24V battery charging for on-grid, off-grid and hybrid power system for home, garden, RV, Boat and agriculture.

[ Durable ] – Withstand high wind (2400Pa) and snow loads (5400Pa), the surface is made up of 3.2mm low Iron glass, the monocrystalline modules are framed by 35mm width aluminum alloy, which is 2~5mm wider than the others’.

[ Feature ] – Each solar panel comes with a pair of 35 inches cables. By-pass diodes are pre-installed in waterproof IP-65 rated junction box to minimize power drop caused by shade and ensure excellent performance in low-light environments.

[ Easy to Install ] – Plug & play designed Connector in the cables for quick installation and pre-drilled holes on the back of the panel allow for fast mounting it on the roof or bracket.

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ECO-WORTHY 100 Watt Solar Panel 12 Volt Monocrystalline Solar Panel High Efficiency Module RV Marine Boat Caravan Off Grid

ECO WORTHY 100W Solar Panel ECO-WORTHY 100 Watt Solar Panel 12 Volt

solar panel
  • The corrosion-resistant aluminum frame and tempered glass can resist various extreme weather like high winds (2400 Pa) and snow loads (5400 Pa).
  • Used for decades.


  • Excellent monocrystalline solar cells deliver high efficiency for modules.
  • By-pass diodes are pre-installed in waterproof IP-65 rated junction box to minimize power drop caused by shading.


  • Pre-drilled holes on the back of the panel allow mounting and securing quickly.
  • Supported by a wide range of mounting options including Z-brackets, Tilt Mounts and Pole Mounts.


  • With pre-attached 2.5ft MC4 connector, the panel is easy to connect to a charge controller or expand to more panels.
  • Suitable for on-grid and off-grid, it can bring you electricity and reduce your home electricity bill.

Additional information


Product Dimensions

47.24 x 21.26 x 1.18 inches

Item Weight

14.77 pounds





Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


10 reviews for ECO-WORTHY 100 Watt Solar Panel 12 Volt Monocrystalline Solar Panel High Efficiency Module

  1. Sir Real One

    I couldn’t be happier with the product, it works exactly as described, it’s ability to generate 100 W of energy for you depends on successful use of a MPPT charger look for that on Wikipedia.Some reviewer’s have done as I did and Messer round with volt meter ammeter and so on with a conventional charge regulator for the battery.And MPPT Chargers are necessarily more expensive, which may not be germane to your project, just bear it in mind when trying to review the power output of the panelNot the manufactures fault but continuing the scientific slant look up Venturi effect as when strap to my RV roof the panel was forcibly ripped off it’s bungees and flung into the street where I found indeed it is tempered glass backed by laminate and remained in one crystalline shattered piece despite having struck the pavemt at 50 mph…And it still works!I can’t use it as it will eventually fall apart and rain get in but this is a hugely positive review for the robustness and sturdiness of the manufacture and a negative strike to me from my scientific learnings… Screw that thing down with brackets!It’s not heavy enough alone to stay firmly on your roof with any kind of breeze blowing especially from forward notion of the vehicleIt does not so much get blown off as sucked upward then flung down as rooves do in a hurricaneThanks guys I love this product especially given my ferocious testing!

  2. patrician

    Using this solar system for car camping and backup power in the rare case of power outages at my home. Being a small 100W panel system I find it very capable. I use it to charge my small electronics (cell phones, headlamps, power banks) as well as a laptop by going through a small DC to AC inverter. I had a ~60Wh small lawn mower battery that I’m using which might be the next thing I upgrade but for now the panel is keeping this battery topped off with no issues. I’ve put together a battery box with the charger, the battery and 12V and USB outputs. Car picture is from a trip to Colorado.

  3. Ocean Life

    took a few minutes to install. ran the wires plugged to battery. power all the time. needed to keep a battery topped for a boat i had to leave at anchor for 30 days waiting on slip. anchor light on 24 hours a day and was still unsure about any deck leaks in case of rain for bilge pump. installed it and never looked back. battery always good, i like the panel size and now that i am ready for the boat to haul for a major refit of course it will get three more panels and an mppt controller. i wanted to hook up to two batteries but one is an older flooded and the other was a brand new agm for starting. so i left it on one concerned it would confuse itself. after refit boat will have all 4 new agms so i bought schottky diodes and it will go across entire bank with other panels for cruising. 5 months in florida sun and salt water and no sign of any premature fail or corrosion and wiring is fully exposed in temporary installation and holding just fine against our brutal sun

  4. David T.

    This is a great panel, it arrived fast and in perfect condition due to good packaging.It does put out the true 100+ watts, in full sun I was reading around 5.1 Amps at 20 Volts according to my DMM, in full Southern California sun.I am running it along with 3 other panels of lower wattage and my charge controller reduces the voltage going into my batteries to around 14.2 volts but even then we had a day when the power company was doing some work, so no grid power that day but I was able to run my 32″ (LCD) TV and a fan all day. It was running just off the panels, (the total wattage of all my panels is 160 watts) I know this because my controller has an indicator that lights if there is any draw on the batteries. I shopped around quite a bit before deciding on this particular panel and this is the best price I could find for a 100 watt panel. There are cheaper ones out there but they are usually poly-crystalline ( They have that kind of sparkly look to them, if you’ve seen them) but I prefer Mono-crystalline panels simply because I feel there is less opportunity for substrate failure with the mono-crystalline panel surface.These arrived with MC4 type connectors already installed as well as TWO reverse blocking Diodes installed in the junction box on the rear of the panel, the wires that come with it are about 3 feet long, you can buy extra MC4 connectors here on Amazon to hook up additional length as your needs require.Overall I consider this a very good purchase and I will be buying more as soon as I can afford to increase power panel capacity.Let me know if my review was “Helpful” to you or if you have any questions and I’ll try to answer them.Thanks!

  5. Prepped

    I have bought and installed 16 of these 100W 12V Eco-Worthy panels from Amazon, to add to my original field of 4 100W 12Vpanels made by Ramsond (they were the cheaper panel a few years ago, Renogy & Eco-Worthy seems to have taken their market place recently) Each of these panels produced 5.5A+ and normally over 20V in full Florida sun, as measured on my multi-meter (I’ve uploaded photos with this review)I have my 20 panels wired in series, in groups of 4, running to my Outback Flexmax80 MPPT charger via two 10AWG runs, to my bank of Trojan Deep Cycle Batteries. These panels give me the expected VOC of 80+ (48V nominal) and at the sun’s peak of the day I get the expected 27 amps of current. (MPPT charge controllers take the extra high voltage and converts it to charging current, if you’re not familiar with the technology, check it out – super efficient)The only issue (really a non-issue for them) that I didn’t catch is that the panel is slightly thinner than the Renogy or Ramsond, which made securing them to my rack just a little bit uneven next to the fatter older panels. Also, the corners on the panels look a little sloppily put together, a few are bowed/bulged out instead of having a neat seam, but this aesthetic doesn’t appear to create a functional problem and certainly cannot be seen from the ground when roof mounted & producing energy – so it’s not a big deal for me.The panels are, in my experience so far, worth the money ($140.00 currently) compared to other competitors in the market place. I’ve liked them enough from my first order to place a couple subsequent orders to get me where I am now at 2000watts (2.0 KW)As a quick ending note for any newbies – you have to realize that in the realm of solar a 100W label on a product rarely gets you a true 100W of power. Using an MPPT charge controller will help with squeezing out the potential wattage, but especially if using a standard charge controller you have to understand that wattage is figured based on Amps out x Voltage, and non mppt charge controllers use the batteries voltage to determine the charging voltage. For example a fully charged 12V battery will be average 12.8vdc so a charge controller will charge just slightly above that – say at 13.1V. So, figure 13.1V charging potential X 5.5amps (lets use 1 panel in full sun for simplicity) = 72watts of power from that panel. If using a MPPT charge controller, it takes the panels VOC, which in this case is about 20v x the same 5.5 amps = 110watts of power and is able to take all of the power from the panel it COULD produce and push more current into the battery than it otherwise would. So, conversely a discharged battery at say 11.8V (charging from a panel like this, in full sun) x 5.5amps = 64.9watts into the battery. Panels like these CAN produce their rated power in full sun and generally with the assistance of a mppt controller (because until your battery is darn near charged, you only get about 2/3 of your rated power production… and by then you don’t need it as much because your battery is full!) I hope this helps anyone who may be mystified as to why their power production calculations aren’t working out – usually it isn’t the panel – it’s the charging conditions including angle to the sun / time of year. Since going to MPPT, I’ve increased my solar harvest a lot… All after several years of head scratching. Happy harvesting folks! – David

  6. RLohengrin

    I have been using solar panels to power my home for over ten years. These panels are Monocrystalline and of better quality than my old panels. They are well made but not heavy. I was able to test them on a cloudy day when aI finally got some sun for a few minutes. I used a DC watt meter and got over 6 amps from a single panel connected to a 12Volts battery. You can power your TV, and lighting at home with one or two of these and a good deep cycle battery. Then you can add more to your system. Remember to get a good regulator.

  7. Richard

    I started my solar career with sets of 15 Watt noncrystalline panels, then to sets of 4 X 25 = 100 Watt polys. from Harbor Freight. Then recently to 100 Watt monocrystalline panels from 3 or 4 different manufacturers. Sure wish I knew of Eco-Worthy much earlier. This is my 3rd 200 Watt panel form Eco. I am delighted and as time passes will replace all with Eco. The Eco 200 Watt footprint is only slightly larger than my 100 Watt panels and appears as improved technology. Thank you Eco-worthy.

  8. Ruthabagah

    Good panel, use it flat on a RV roof. 5 amp continuously when the sun is high in the sky, 2 amp morning or evening. I would get better results if I could angle it toward the sun.

  9. Dale

    I mounted this panel to the top of my camper van, and used a low cost Papaco controller. Needless to say, I’m impressed. Joining the last wire up late evening in an overcast sky in the PNW with rain falling it said 1.2 amps charge rate on the controller screen. The next day in bright sun it said 8 amps. It sounded impossible, so i checked it with an actual ammeter and was getting a whopping 6 amps charge current into the battery. Yeah, it’s a great item. I’ll add something else no one explained to me reading reviews on these panels, the wires coming out of them are just regular 10 gauge wires with fancy connectors on them. I just cut the connectors off and crimp/solder/shrink tubed regular wires to them so as not to have to make a big hole in my roof and buy a special pass through, i just made a small hole under the panel and used regular building caulking to seal it up.

  10. Ragamuffin_Ukes

    I do recommend getting the 195watt EcoWorthy solar panel KIT, even if you don’t immediately need controller (some day you might) as buying a panel “ala cart”, there are no brackets included – by ALL solar panel manufacturers.This EcoWorthy panel’s first “test” last week showed solar power input averaging 188 watts. Today it barely pulled 120 but River Max was already at 95% charged, output watts were steady at 40-something & in 2-3 hours was almost fully charged…but sun went behind tree…Am very pleased with the guaranteed compatibility between River Max & panel being a newbie nomad – watching too many DIY solar videos made me cra-cra…

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