HQST 100 Watt 12V Monocrystalline Solar Panel with Solar Connectors, High Efficiency Module PV Power

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $85.99

  • Product Efficiency: Compared to another 100W mono panel, this panel uses more cells. High module conversion efficiency. Bypass diodes minimize power drop caused by shade and ensure excellent performance in low-light environments. Monocrystalline panels come with high-efficiency solar cells that help increase space efficiency.
  • Space Efficiency: Monocrystalline panels come with high-efficiency solar cells that help increase space efficiency.
  • Easy Installation: Package includes: Panel Only. For Good Partner Z bracket, please search B06Y5QX9VX. Pre-drilled holes on the back of the panel allow for fast mounting and securing. Compatible with different mounting systems such as Z-brackets, Pole Mounts, and Tilt Mounts.
  • Reliability: EL tested solar modules; no hot-spot heating guaranteed. Advanced encapsulation material with multilayered sheet laminations to enhance cell performance and provide a long service life. Corrosion-resistant aluminum frame for extended outdoor use, allowing the panels to last for decades. withstand high winds (2400Pa) and snow loads (5400Pa).
  • Anti-reflective, high transparency, low iron-tempered glass with enhanced stiffness and impact resistance, withstand high winds (2400Pa) and snow loads (5400Pa). IP65 rated junction box provides complete protection against environmental particles and low pressure water jets. TPT back sheet ensures smooth performance over a long period of time.

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Brand: HQST

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HQST 100 Watt 12V Monocrystalline Solar Panel with Solar Connectors, High Efficiency Module PV Power for Battery Charging Boat, Caravan, RV and Any Other Off Grid Applications

HQST 100 Watt 12V Monocrystalline Solar Panel with Solar Connectors

HQST 100 Watt 12V Monocrystalline Solar Panel with Solar Connectors

Additional information

Brand

Product Dimensions

40.12 x 1.18 x 20.04 inches

Item Weight

16.76 pounds

Manufacturer

HQST

ASIN

B07L7ZGGVT

Item model number

HQST-100D-SS

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

10 reviews for HQST 100 Watt 12V Monocrystalline Solar Panel with Solar Connectors, High Efficiency Module PV Power

  1. Repro63

    I ordered four of these to charge some LiFePO4 batteries that I use for emergency power. A total of 400 watts in a small package. These are really compact panels that are well made and perform great.I used stainless steel hinges to connect two panels each together for easy folding and storing when not in use. I also rigged up a stand from PVC tubing and adapters to provide strong and stable set up for each set. They are lightweight and easy to set up anywhere.The panels provide great power as you can see in the picture of my solar charge controller. I have seen 369 watts peak power a couple of times. I am very impressed and glad I bought them. They are a terrific value for the price and performance. I give them 5 stars all sunny day long.

  2. AZRN

    This solar panel performs as well or better than any on the market, for a seriously less expensive price. I made a PVC stand for it and added a handle. I would like to find a carrying case, but there just isn’t one out there that will fit except a Gator bag, and they are way too expensive. The large Goal Zero bag for their Boulder panels is about 1 & 1/2″ too small. Bummer. But this doesn’t detract from the HQST solar panel, which was great. If you’re using a Goal Zero power source, you’ll need an MC3 to APP adapter/connector. This one works fine: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07GC8HVRC/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1 (cost is $24.96).Update: Have now used this for a total of 6 camping days and it recharged my Goal Zero Yeti 1000 by or before noon each day. Could not be happier.

  3. Roland Muts

    This early morning I quickly hooked up one panel of the four I bought. Connected it to the Victron SmartSolar charge controller, aimed it towards the sun, and boom! 54W generated, without breaking a sweat :-)Some more work to be done:- decide how long the leads need to be to go from panel to charge controller, for where i want them (connecting it to an RV trailer)- decide to connect these in series or parallel to the charge controller- see if i want to keep the HarborFreight Solar connector (a ‘hub’) – and if i want to keep SAE connectors or switch everything over to MC4 and get a solar- see what stand / frame i’ll be building to be able to move these things around (not ideal placement anywhere, due to shady trees nearby)But, it all worked right out of the box, so i’m a happy camper! I’ll be checking the three other panels the same way, and then start noodling on things to make the installation (semi)permanent.

  4. GS

    I have purchased three of these (42.2 in long) to match the Renogy one I had. I have had hail hit them and 10 inches of damp snow over Veterans Day here in Michigan. Panel will produce about 75 watts max using a MPPT controller which is normal for any 100watt panel. I am hoping HQST has more of these 42.2 inch ones as I need just one more to finish the small security camera array. Packing was good, padded on the glass and frame with no damage in transit. includes the MC4 connector and bypass diode in the junction box as well. Good value at $85 (8/19 pricing)

  5. VALERIE GREEN

    This is the second HQST panel I’ve picked up (3rd panel was Mighty Max, very happy with that as well). I use my solar system on offgrid tiny home to power a small fridge, TV, lights and recharge my portable devices. My setup is 3 – 100 Ah batteries, 50 amp controller and 3 – 100W panels. This panel is smaller than the previous panel, cost less and performs better. Prior panel has endured hail storms and bomb cyclone we’ve had in Colorado. Weather on the high plains can be tough and these panels have worked wonderfully!

  6. Thomas Jacobs

    They work as advertised, however my HF 100 W amorphous kit outperforms it when it is cloudy. Albeit taking up almost 3 times the space. I currently am using them in parallel. When the sun is bright out the HQST panel is equal or better. I also have 2 HQST Poly crystalline panels I use on my garage they work great but were 2 big to store inside my TT.

  7. BobPT

    I purchased tow of these solar panel to go with my newly acquired Bluetti EB150 solar generator. Each panel is rated at 100W. I have them connected in series to connect the Bluetti. On this fairly sunny day with some wisps of clouds in the sky in later afternoon, the Bluetti says that it was taking in 178 – 181W of solar energy. A few days later, I just needed to top off the Bluetti so I set up just one panel at around noon time and the Bluetti said it was taking in 99W of solar energy. Incredible. Very pleased with these panels. They aren’t too big and are fairly light. I may get another pair later on so I can put each pair in series and then put the two pair in parallel to get around 400W of input. The Bluetti can accept up to 450W (the product description says up to 500W, but I have found that it maxes out at 450W). With a slight discount on Amazon, they are a good value.Edit 3/17/21: After having used these for several months now, I am more than pleased with how these panels are performing. Just a few days ago, in March with the sun still not at peak height, just one of the panels was pulling in 100 – 101W of energy at around 2:30 PM. On a sunny day, I am consistently getting 190 – 198W of output (according to my Bluetti EB1500 display) from both of these set up in series. My Bluetti AC50S says that it is getting 90 – 95W of input with just one panel attached (can’t handle 2 panels in series or parallel as it is overvoltage or overcurrent for the AC50S). No looking at getting a HQST 190W panel so I can put it in series with one of my 100W panels.

  8. vickersja

    You know that commercial – live and learn, then get Luvs. That happened to me with solar panels. I opted for the more expensive brand on my first purchase. This is my second panel and there is no quality difference between the two, but this one was less expensive.

  9. D. Sawyer

    Bought these to experiment with my EcoFlow River – after watching quite a few reviews on YouTube of the various 100w panels this brand seemed like the best mix of quality and price.Once they arrived I was not disappointed – I can use just one panel, or put them in parallel ( with an additional cable ) to use together. I do not have them mounted and just bring them out and lean them against the house on sunny days.Overall heavier than the Ecoflow foldable panel, but less expensive. Because they are in a frame they can me propped up easily and stay where I put them.The company ran a special about a week after I bought them and they were easy to contact, and did not ignore me. They did give me a little credit to match the special they were running. Overall they seemed easy to work with and reasonable.I am really happy with the quality, and the amount of energy I can get out of the panels when it is sunny. Of course the entire panel has to be in the sun, outside and not shaded for best results. The ecoflow will show you how much power is being produced and you can optimize the placement and angle to get the best results for your location.

  10. Hank Hancock

    Three years ago, I purchased two HQST 100 Watt monocrystalline solar panels for my solar-powered shed. Now that I’m using more power in the shed, I wanted to add four more panels and a few more deep cycle batteries to handle the additional loads.The original two HQST panels I purchased have held up to the heat of summer, very cold winters with snow load, hail, and just about everything nature could throw at them. They’re still working great, which is why I wanted four more HQST panels to add to the power plant.I note that the quality of build of these panels has not changed over the three years since I last purchased them. That is to say they are well built. The MC4 connectors are industry standard and properly polarized. In my case, I’m running two sets of three panels in series then parallelling the two sets then running them into a 60 Amp MPPT charge controller to charge a 12 V battery bank comprised of six 6 Volt, 230 Ah golf cart batteries. My batteries are usually fully charged by noon. According to my charge controller, these panels are putting out full-rated power as I’m seeing between 40 and 50 Amps (what I would expect to see) into the batteries from my six panels.I’ve been very pleased with HQST panels and, if I need more, I’ll be certain to buy from HQST again. I highly recommend these panels.

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