HQST 100 Watt Polycrystalline 12V Solar Panel with Compact Design, High Efficiency Module PV Power

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $81.99

  • 【High Efficiency】Efficiency of 100 Watt 12 Volt Polycrystalline solar panel: High module conversion efficiency. Bypass diodes minimize power drop caused by shade and ensure excellent performance in low-light environments.
  • 【Durable】100W Polycrystalline solar panel withstand high wind (2400Pa) and snow load (5400Pa), IP65 rated junction box provides complete protection against environmental particles and low pressure water jets.
  • 【Reliable】Corrosion-resistant aluminum frame for extended outdoor use, allowing the panels to last for decades. Pre-drilled holes on the back of the solar panel allow for fast mounting and securing.
  • 【Size】The size of 100W Polycrystalline solar panel:35.6 x 25.9 x 1.18 in, 2 ft cable with connectors, generate 5.53 amp power, charge the 12-volt battery. Industry standard, quick connection cable, series or parallel operation.
  • 【Great Adaptability】Compatible with different mounting systems such as Z-brackets, Pole Mounts, and Tilt Mounts.

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Brand: HQST

Description

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

Additional information

Brand

Manufacturer

‎HQST

Item Weight

‎15.62 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎35.59 x 1.18 x 25.87 inches

Size

‎1 Pack-New Version

Wattage

‎100 watts

Maximum Power

‎100 Watts

ASIN

B08SWJK87H

Date First Available

January 13, 2021

10 reviews for HQST 100 Watt Polycrystalline 12V Solar Panel with Compact Design, High Efficiency Module PV Power

  1. Amazon Customer

    Got this to charge a 330 watt power supply with pv input. We took this on trip off grid. When connected to power supply, was able to keep supply lipo battery at no less than65%. Packing the panel during trip meant keeping the panel on top but was not a problem since we had a shortbed truck. If the sun was not out we had a backup plan since the power supply could have been connected to a cig lighter in the truck. Fortune smiled on us as the sun shone every day! Three or four hours was all that was needed to keep the supply charged. Now at home, I am building an electronic chicken door that will use the panel for power.

  2. Richard Mcfadden

    The HQST arrived in good shape. Others have complained about poor packaging but that was not my experience. I have only had it for a few days. It was very simple to connect it to my Jackery 160. All that was required was an MC4 to 8mm adapter cable. In December with wispy clouds the Jackery showed 58 Watts coming in. I had it tilted perpendicular to the sun for maximum power. It will be interesting to see what it will do on a clear day.

  3. Tractorman

    I bought this for a cargo trailer – camper conversion. After seven months it is working flawlessly. Provides all the power I need for off grid boondocking. Panel came very well packaged. Excellent instructions. Very well constructed. I will by second one as soon as they go on sale again for more watts during the winter months.Great panel!

  4. pawpaw

    Like others, I carefully weighed Youtube videos & solar forums. Bought a couple of these after watching videos from the very young prolific solar guru “W.P.”. They are excellent. I tested them in all lighting conditions for 48 hours, then confidently put them away. They will be used during power outages to power the Dragon Lady’s phone, devices, and COPD nebulizer. Mine arrived with minimal packaging protection as others have noted, but flawless nonetheless.

  5. Micheal S.

    I own several brands of solar panels, monocrystaline, poly, and amorphous. When I tested my new HQST panel, it read 20 volts and 5.45 Amps, therefore, easily the 100 watts advertised. I can’t tell you how often solar panel sellers misrepresent the output of their panels, claiming far higher output than their panels are capable of. Beware of too-good-to-be true claims. It really is a function of size. At 837 sq inches, this HQST panels produces 0.119 watts per square inch. Some of my Chinese-marketed panels only produce 0.032 watts per sq inch. There is no way a 10″ x 10″ (100 sq inch) panel can produce even 20 watts. Do the math based on surface area. Don’t be bamboozled by slippery Chinese marketing. HQST delivers what they promise.

  6. Jon Doe

    For a basic way to charge a lead acid battery, with a charge controller added, here you go. If you want to just add a regulator, and charge a phone or other device directly, also possible. Even with half the panel covered, you can charge a phone, with a proper regulator, but being able to charge a house battery is the real deal, and this is capable for the price.

  7. Geramy Rapp

    I bought two of these for a project to have some basic power in case of an outage. These are fantastic and I will be buying more to expand my project and power capabilities. Highly recommend!

  8. Brad B

    On a sunny day here in Los Angeles in getting 67-72w during peak sun. I built a PVC bar to tilt the panel for AM and PM sun direction to help maximize watts.Decent poly solar panel and reasonable price!

  9. Amazon Customer

    These are easy to use mid level solar panels. By mid level they do what they claim at a reasonable price. They have a good life span with reasonable output for DIY projects from beginner level to expert level with probably the best strength frame in any price level. Have never had a panel not meet the the rating they put on it. The last panel I bought is producing 6 full hours of out put every day in mid February and we’ve had lots of rain here in eastern SC so I’m very pleased with them and will be purchasing a couple more in a few weeks .

  10. Dave M.

    Overall I am impressed by this panel, although this is the first solar panel I have purchased. I was looking for something sturdy to use on a vehicle roof that will hopefully last many years and be somewhat expandable for the future, and this panel seems to fit the bill. The aluminum frame seems built well and is nice and rigid, and has pre-drilled mounting holes. It has good quality MC4-style connectors. I only have a small power station (300Wh LifePO4) to test this panel, and the DC input via MPPT controller supposedly accepts only 65W max, so I selected this panel to be oversized to try to max out the input. It’s winter here in South Dakota, so the sun is fairly low in the sky, and really not optimal conditions to test solar. In a brief test, the power station was collecting 53W. I’m pleasantly surprised! I have no doubt this panel will be able to max out the 65W input of my power station, even with non-optimal conditions. Unfortunately I can’t fully test the 100W rating on the panel, but the quality of construction seems excellent on this panel, and I don’t think the value can be beat if you need a solid frame panel that should have some really good longevity compared to flexible or folding panels.

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