Renogy 100W Solar Panel 12 Volt Monocrystalline Sleek with High-Efficiency Module PV Power

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[Reliable] This 100-watt solar panel advanced encapsulation material with multi-layered sheet laminations enhances cell performance and provides a long service life. EL tested solar modules; no hot-spot heating guaranteed. Bypass diodes minimize power drop caused by shade. TPT back sheet ensures smooth performance over a long period of time

[Durable] Guaranteed positive output tolerance (0-3%); withstands high winds (2400Pa) and snow loads (5400Pa). Corrosion-resistant aluminum frame allows extended outdoor use; the panels can last for decades. Anti-reflective, high transparency, low iron tempered glass with enhanced stiffness and impact resistance. IP65 rated junction box provides complete protection against environmental particles and low-pressure water jets

[Versatile] Can be used for many different applications, compatible with ground mount, on-grid and off-grid inverters

[Installation Ready] Pre-drilled holes Pre-drilled holes included for grounding, on the back of the panel allow for fast mounting and securing, compatible with different Renogy mounting systems such as Z-Brackets, Pole Mounts and Tilt Mounts

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Renogy 100W Solar Panel 12 Volt Monocrystalline Sleek with High-Efficiency Module PV Power RV Marine Boat Off Grid, Black Frame

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Product Dimensions

43.3 x 20 x 1.38 inches

Item Weight

16.76 pounds





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Item model number

100W Solar Panel

10 reviews for Renogy 100W Solar Panel 12 Volt Monocrystalline Sleek with High-Efficiency Module PV Power

  1. Sean S.

    Adding solar to our setup was essential for this year’s trip to Alaska – land of the midnight sun. Our only regrets are not having invested sooner and only initially installing five panels. We’ll soon be adding more solar goodness. We run a Victron Smart Solar 150/70 MPPT charge controller for these panels. We even had power generation well after midnight, inside the Arctic Circle. Overall a solid product and company with great customer service.

  2. S.L.

    Purchased 3 of these for my Sprinter Campervan solar system to replace one Canadian Solar 280 Watt Solar panel.These new (more efficient) Renogy panels rock. Installed them in early October. Even with short days and low fall sun, I regularly see close to 200 watts incoming power (pretty good considering you’ll never see a full 300 watts except under lab-like conditions. Even running an ARB fridge freezer, house lights, fan, etc, these panels pull in enough power to put my solar controller into float mode by mid-morning. I’m running the campervan almost entirely off solar with these panels. Plus, the smaller footprint is great. Gained nearly 18″ of roof space over the old 280W panel.

  3. Keith Stewart

    4 each of these arrived via UPS this afternoon. NO damage!These panels are FLAWLESS! Absolutely beautiful fit and finish, and the solar surfaces are PERFECT! These are VERY high quality professional/commercial grade panels that I am certain will perform perfectly for me the rest of my life.Yes, the Renogy Eclipse panels are almost twice the price compared to most other panels, but I assure you they are WORTH it if you are serious about your solar install.No, I DO NOT suggest you buy ALL the Renogy solar product line for your solar sys because there are much better quality controller/chargers and invertor/chargers available….BUT instead treat each component of your complete sys separatly and buy the very best of each that contain the bells and whistles you need for a top perforning sys.When it comes to panels, Renogy Eclipse is today number ONE for RV applications.

  4. Gothikpunk

    Amazing panels! Bought 4 for my full time RV (I’m a big gamer, need power) and just installed these today. Didn’t get to them until late (8:30pm) but even with that they we’re still pushing 12.9 volts. Bought these with the Rover 40amp and they are suiting me very well!

  5. Phil Light

    Great, solid solar panel. I mounted one on top of my jeep to keep my fridge battery charged. The frame is heavy gauge aluminum with a flawless fit and finish, everything about this panel screams “premium”. Puts out a bit more than advertised even when not tilted. I installed it with a nice tilt mechanism but it’s so efficient that it keeps my auxiliary battery charged even while flat on the roof of the Jeep.

  6. SaraCooperS

    The package was received in good condition. Immediately I did testing. I noticed that the cells appeared very similar to my Hqst flexible panels. The electrical parameters are exactly the same as seen on the info sticker. The amperage seen through a simple renogy pwm controller was marginally higher than the Hqst flexible, 7.2 amps vs. 6.9 amps. The open circuit voltage was .3 volts less than the Hqst panel. As a result during the shading testing, the amperage values for the eclipse were slightly higher but proportional to the overall output. I do not see any significant improvement in performance. In fact it is likely that this is merely a solid panel variant of those flexibles on the market. However, the footprint is smaller by 1.25 inches in length and about .75 inches in width than the flexible panel. Putting the junction box on the back allows a smaller footprint as compared with the flexible. So what do you get for the $30 extra over the flexible? To my knowledge this is the smallest rigid, true 100 watt panel. Personally my travel trailer didn’t have enough room to mount the larger 100 watt rigid panels. I went to flexibles out of necessity, they were the only ones that could be used in my system design. There are issues with mounting flexibles and their durability. Now there is a rigid more durable design available allowing for better cooling and secure mounting with an even smaller footprint.

  7. mmblpie

    Thing thing is slightly larger than a typical 50W polycrystalline panel on an RV but produces close to 100W in optimal conditions.This is mounted on my truck camper with adjustable angle brackets, connected to an MPPT controller, and has allowed us to live off grid for the past two months. The panel survived baseball sized hail that damaged many other things including a windshield and vent covers.Overall, I’m impressed with the low light and regular performance this panel provides.UPDATE: I traveled 10,000 miles with this panel on my truck camper and never ran a generator once including boondocking on cloudy days by facing the panel south at an optimal tilt for your latitude.The key is LED lighting, MPPT controllers, and judicious use of electronics. I camped for free every night (seek resources about using public land in the USA), and paid off my solar investment in three weeks compared to nominal RV park fees. As a side benefit, my panel trickle charges my battery every day for free and allows a temperature-controlled fan to manage air flow.

  8. Rick N Backer

    I use two of these panels on a large touring coach bus in Alaska. Many of my neighbors laughed at me for wasting my time and money because it’s more often than not heavily overcast and they claimed solar panels just won’t work here. WRONG!!! It is very often heavily overcast here but even when it is these panels still produce enough electricity to keep my battery bank charged to full capacity plus meet all my other electrical needs. Now all my neighbors want to know where I got these amazing panels because they want to buy their own. Those already with solar panels want to junk their systems and replace it with the Renogy system. When Renogy claims these panels will produce electricity even in the shade it is a fact not a sales gimmick. These Renogy panels work the way you would want solar panels to work. Truly amazing technology!! I am 100% satisfied and highly recommend these panels!

  9. Traveller 1 and 2

    I purchased this solar panel to mount on the roof of my Toyota 4Runner to keep a 68amp hr AGM battery topped off to power a 12V fridge 24/7. The fridge will drain the battery in 1-2 days of sitting depending on ambient temps so I needed to a better charging solution for when I wasn’t running the engine/alternator. I chose the eclipse line of panels for a couple reasons 1.) Efficiency, I mounted flat without the ability to tilt or angle to the ideal position so I wanted to get the most out of the footprint 2.) Durability, the doublewall frame for increased rigidity was a big selling point since this is mounted on the top of an off road vehicle and will see some vibration and the black finish is appealing for stealthily mounting too. 3.) Name brand, I wanted something well known for the panel so that I could trust that the cells are doing what they should as designed and support would be present if needed.Out of the box, this panel looks good, has the look and feel of a high quality product. Packaged well with no damage, nicks or scratches, and fit and finish of the frame and electrical connections great. I simply mounted it up, plugged it into an MPPT controller and boom the battery was charging! It’s been charging great for a week now, even in indirect sunlight, shade and cloudy days. I couldn’t be happier with it. I will update way later on with a longevity report if needed, otherwise assume it’s doing great since the date of this review.

  10. bcb

    So I replaced a flexible 110 watt solar panel from China of an unknown brand which came with the RV with this Renogy panel. I’m not looking back! I really like this panel. It’s really not very heavy for a glass panel, it looks good, and its a long term solution for my RV considering the disparate warranty term. So far the highest wattage I could get from the Renogy 100 watt panel in bulk charging was 84 watts; whereas the highest I ever got with a 110 watt flexible panel was 78 watts. Big improvement, especially for a lower rated panel. I live In PA, and the temperature outside when measuring was approximately 70 degrees at noon. The battery bank is two 125 Amp/hr AGM 12 volt, and was depleted 24 amp/ hrs from full. I will add that I have the Victron BVM, and a Viction MPPT charge controller, and am fastidious about monitoring inputs and outputs. So anecdotally I can report that low light performance on the Renogy is far superior than anything I got on my flexible pane. I admit though, that other than my flexible panel and this Renogy I have nothing else to compare; so it is possible that other panels are much superior. The price on this Renogy was however worth a try, and is performing to my liking thus far.

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