Newpowa 160W(Watt) Solar Panel Monocrystalline 12V High Efficiency PV Module 150W/160W/170W for RV Marine Boat Trailer Camper

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $163.90

New Design: Higher cells efficiency, better light converting rate

Dimension: 48.98 ×26.57 ×1.38inch /1244 x 675 x 35mm, 22.88lbs/10.38kg, high winds (2400PA) and snow loads (5400PA)

Maximum Power: 160W, voltage at Pmax: 16.77V, current at Pmax: 9.30A

Installation: Diodes are pre-installed in the junction box, with a pair of pre-attached 3ft MC4 cables

Warranty: 25-year transferable power output warranty

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Newpowa 160W(Watt) Solar Panel Monocrystalline 12V High Efficiency PV Module 150W/160W/170W for RV Marine Boat Trailer Camper Green House Off Grid System

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Newpowa 160W(Watt) Solar Panel Monocrystalline 12V High Efficiency PV



  • Rugged design to withstand high winds (2400Pa), hail, and snow load (5400Pa)
  • The heavy-duty anodized frame provides strong protection for the panel structure
  • The panel and junction box are protected from common weather conditions and water splash (IP65 rating)



  • Supported by a wide range of mounting options including flat surface, pole, and wall installation
  • Common applications include RV, camper, SUV, marine, residential rooftop, remote farm, disaster relief, traffic signs, etc.

high efficiency


  • Uses Newest high efficient mono cells encapsulated in EVA (ethylene-vinyl-acetate)
  • Pre-installed bypass diodes inside junction box that minimize power drops caused by shading
Newpowa 160W(Watt) Solar Panel Monocrystalline 12V High Efficiency PV Module


  • Dimension: 48.98*26.57*1.38 inches
  • Weight: 23lbs
  • Max Power Output(W): 160W
  • Voltage MPP Vmp(V): 16.77V
  • Current MPP Imp(A): 9.30A
  • Voltage Open Circuit Voc(V): 19.84V
  • Short Circuit Current Isc(A): 9.75A


How to Do Solar Setup for Your Motorhome?

  1. Calculating power usage.
  2. Calculating energy generation and storage needs.
  3. According to your needs, choose suitable solar panels, charge controllers, inverters, etc.
  4. Mounting your solar panels on the roof of your RV.
  5. Mounting your charge controller inside beside your battery.
  6. Using extension cables to connect solar panels to your charge controller.
  7. Connecting the battery wire from your charge controller to your battery bank.
  8. If you want to charge your AC applications, you will need an inverter, install it beside your battery.
  9. Making sure all wires connect correctly(positive & negative) tightly.

Additional information




Part Number


Item Weight

‎25.3 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎48.98 x 26.57 x 1.38 inches

Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer




Power Source



‎160 watts

Maximum Power

‎50 Watts

Item Package Quantity


Batteries Included?


Batteries Required?




Date First Available

August 23, 2019

10 reviews for Newpowa 160W(Watt) Solar Panel Monocrystalline 12V High Efficiency PV Module 150W/160W/170W for RV Marine Boat Trailer Camper

  1. Robert Hunt

    Everything was as advertised and prompt

  2. karlknight

    Making my own power.

  3. Trevor May

    Panel quality seems solid. I was most interested in if the panel would reach peak output. In my photo you can see what the peak wattage observed is. Because of varying conditions I never really expect to get to max but I have seems couple days where I hit the 160w. More often than not I hit 120 to 140 which is acceptable for the panel given I’m not optimizing orientation and am in the PNW. They’ve been on the top of my rig through winter camping snow, ice, and hot summer sun and held up well.

  4. Lenette

    Great panel I’ve gotten panels from other company’s and this one has exceeded my expectations I really recommend this company for its panels

  5. Antny

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  I have several foldable solar panel sets to use for charging my portable power stations. After purchasing an additional larger power station with pass through charging capability that is able to power larger devices for emergency situations, I decided that I wanted a more permanent but economical solution to use for this purpose. In addition I wanted the ability to add additional panels for future situations. This panel made it to the top of my solar panel short list, and ultimately to my shopping cart.What do I like:● 160W of potential power● Mc4 connectors● the rugged design and heavy duty frame● I can mount these in various ways giving me extreme flexibility● the panels seem to be sealed well● the number of busbars is very good● the 23lb weight is manageable● the dimensions allow me to store them easily● the results of my no load field tests were excellent● there are predrilled holes for brackets● they look niceNo Load Field Test of the Newpowa 160W Monocrystalline Solar PanelsFebruary 20, 2021 10:25am No Clouds and Bright SunSPECS: (IMP) 9.3A (VOC) 19.83Test #1 results prior to video recording:Panel #1 placed horizontally in an upright position: 10.36A, 18VPanel #1 placed horizontally in an angled position: 9.84A, 18VPanel #1 placed vertically in a more upright position: 10.06A, 18VPanel #1 placed vertically in an angled position: 10.27A, 18VWatch video for Test #2 results!Test #3 results prior to video recording:1:00pm No Clouds and Bright SunPanels #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 tested individually in an angled horizontal position: 10.25 – 10.28A, 19VTest results of 5 panels wired in series during video recording:10.26A, 91V = 933.66W

  6. Charlie Bookster

    These came in handy because I could not fit the more common 60″ long panels where I wanted them. At ~50″ these were smaller enough that I could pack 1200W on my RV roof. On a clear sunny day at 1pm Oct 9th I observed 1140W output which suggests to me that come July these might outperform their rated wattage. I’m a happy customer so far.

  7. Peter Novotnak

    Switched from a Renogy 160w flexible panel and found that this one does better in less ideal lighting – my Goal Zero 500x is able to pull a small amount of power (5-10w) even when the panel is fully shaded.

  8. chase g.

    These fit perfectly on the roof of my sprinter without being visible from the ground. If you’re looking for high quality panels that are budget friendly, look no further.

  9. Boater Dave

    I purchased 4 150 watt panels for my sailboat, mounting them above the Bimini. On an average day, I can use 150 amp hours. Theses panels provide that and more on an average day. I have seen a max of 175 amp hours and a peak of 620 watts. I suspect I would get more amp hours if needed, but the batteries are typically fully charged by 1 PM on a sunny day. It gets good penetration on an overcast day as well, though I have seen days where the battery was not fully charged. Very happy and hope they last.

  10. OD & Khaki

    This is the second panel of this type I have purchased. The dimensions of this panel fit perfectly on my van’s crossbars. I’ve wired these to my Goal Zero 1400 with Powerpole connectors. I’ve recorded 105W from a single panel when the sun is overhead. These panels do not exceed 22V, which is a requirement for Goal Zero 1400 input. With the second one wired in parallel, I noted over 200W, and the sun was already past apex. If these continue to perform at this level, I think the investment was well worth it.

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