Renogy 2PCS 100 Watt Solar Panels 12 Volt Monocrystalline, High-Efficiency Module PV Power Charger

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  • [Reliable Power Output] Renogy’s 100W monocrystalline solar panel can provide an average of 400-500 Watt-hours (Wh) or 33-41Amp-hours (Ah) of electricity per day (depending on sun availability).
  • [Efficient Performance] Bypass diodes protect the solar cells from overheating and allow the solar panel to continue working during accidental shading by bypassing the underperforming cells.
  • [Industry-Leading Technology] This Renogy 100W 12V Monocrystalline Panel is made from high purity silicon cells coated with advanced encapsulation material with multi-layered sheet laminations to enhance cell performance and provide long-lasting durability.
  • [Built to Last] Corrosion-resistant aluminum frame provides extended outdoor use that ensures the panel can last for decades. The IP65 rated junction box is versatile due to its ability to withstand dirt, dust, debris, and low-pressure water jets.
  • [Fast and Easy Installation] Pre-drilled holes on the back of the panel allow for fast mounting and securing, ideal for off-grid applications including RVs, rooftops, cabins, yachts, and more. They are directly compatible with Renogy ground mounts, Z Brackets, Corner Brackets, Pole Mounts, and Tilt Mounts.

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Renogy 2PCS 100 Watt Solar Panels 12 Volt Monocrystalline, High-Efficiency Module PV Power Charger for RV Battery Boat Caravan and Other Off-Grid Applications, 2-Pack Compact Design

Renogy 2PCS 100 Watt Solar Panels 12 Volt Monocrystalline

Renogy 2PCS 100 Watt Solar Panels 12 Volt Monocrystalline

More Reliable and Higher Efficiency 100W Solar Panel from Renogy

Since 2010, Renogy has gained rich experience designing and manufacturing the most efficient and robust solar panels and complete off-grid solar systems. Renogy’s focus on testing, quality control, and traceability ensures our solar power system offers industry-leading reliability. Invest in yourself by going Renogy. Renogy solar panels will be your most economical long-term investment yet.


Maximum Power: 100W

Maximum System Voltage: 600V DC (UL)

Open-Circuit Voltage (Voc): 24.3V

Optimum Operating Voltage (Vmp): 20.4V

Optimum Operating Current (Imp): 4.91A

Short-Circuit Current (Isc): 5.21A

Maximum Series Fuse Rating: 15A

Operating Temperature: -40°F to 176°F

Product Dimensions: 41.8 x 20.9 x 1.4 in

Product Weight: 14.1 lbs / 6.4 kg

Output Cables: 14 AWG (2ft long)

Renogy 2PCS 100 Watt Solar Panels 12 Volt Monocrystalline

What Makes A Great Solar Panel – Grade A+ Solar Cells

* Solar cells are the most fundamental yet crucial component of a solar panel. They can determine whether a solar panel is highly efficient or not.

* All of Renogy’s solar panels use flawless Grade A+ solar cells.

The advantages of Grade A+ solar cells:

1. No visible defects.

2. All the electrical data are in spec.

3. Passes the strict EL test without any microcracks.

* Grade B and C solar cells are inferior to Grade A+.

1. They have visible defects, such as color deviation, paste leakage, large bend, chipped cell, corner breakage, busbar missing, missing print, and watermark. All of these defects can lead to lower conversion efficiency and even a broken solar panel.

2. Lots of microcracks would appear after the EL test.


Higher Efficiency

Renogy uses an anti-reflective, low iron-tempered glass on top, with high transparency of up to 91.5%.

Compared with conventional solar panels, it allows more direct sunlight to be converted to electrical power.


Reliable & Durable

This Renogy solar panel is made of advanced encapsulation material with multi-layered sheet laminations to protect cells from physical damage or distortion, improving cell performance and providing lasting solar panel durability.


Pre-Drilled Holes for Easy Installation

Comes with pre-drilled holes, including ground mounting holes for fast and convenient installation.

Compatible with Renogy Z Brackets, Corner Brackets, Pole Mounts and Tilt Mounts.


Rugged Aluminum Frame

Corrosion-resistant aluminum frame design with sturdy corner supports ensures that it endures the outdoors for an extended period of time without damage or loss of performance.


IP67 Solar Connectors

No need to worry about bad weather. These IP67 waterproof solar connectors ensure that the water and dust will not enter the connector during extended outdoor use. Effectively preventing water from seeping in. Perfect for your yacht and marine applications.


IP65 Junction Box

Complete protection against environmental particles and low-pressure water jets.

Renogy 2PCS 100 Watt Solar Panels 12 Volt Monocrystalline

Additional information


Product Dimensions

42.2 x 19.6 x 1.38 inches

Item Weight

14.3 pounds





Country of Origin


Item model number

2PCS 100 Watt Solar Panels 12 Volt

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


10 reviews for Renogy 2PCS 100 Watt Solar Panels 12 Volt Monocrystalline, High-Efficiency Module PV Power Charger

  1. Lisa dergan

    Easy to hook up. Usually gets 6 volts when I try and cover it with a blanket with the sun shining right through the blanket to the solar panel. My maximum in Minnesota is 18.19 volts on my panel that I got “analogy 100 watt” seems to work okay that was surprising that it was class c and not class a or b which I I am used to. I did not know they sold “class c” solar panels without them being labeled as such. Everything works great no problems.I purchased it because it should last for many years to come. 6 months so far I use it to top off the battery in the car in the back seat during the winter times when I use a lot of battery power and don’t get a chance to put the voltage back in just going to the local store or coffee shop Little short drives are hard on the battery and if I can put the electrical volts back in but I’m just making short hops from here to there I don’t have to worry about a dead battery when it’s time to go to the whole reason I use it is it because of my make short hops from here to there doesn’t give a chance for the car to charge the battery back up over time I make a lot of short hops when I’m not working start the car shut it off lock it start the car shut it off lock it talk to car so you have to off lock it if it doesn’t drive over on the road for a long length of time nobody will easily go dead when it doesn’t get a chance to recharge itself.

  2. Pro Trader

    I have four of these that I am using to charge a Bluetti 2400 watt solar generator / portable power station in west central Ohio. Yesterday was the first day. The skies were clear, noon temp around 88. I had them wired in parallel first which the Bluetti capped at 10amps thus allowing only 150 watts of input. I was disappointed.I contacted a friend of mine who told me I needed to wire these in series parallel. By this time it was three hours later and about 92°. Skies were mostly clear. The new output charge was 300 watts!Given the inherent inefficiencies of solar panels along with being 3 hours past noon and high air temps and my panel angle…. 75 watts per panel was excellent. And it highlighted what I’ve heard in the past which is you should overbuild your solar. In my case, 300 watts per hour avg was plenty but if I were counting on 400 watts per hour then it would behoove me to have at least two more panels.All of that said, my experience with the Renogy solar panels was excellent.

  3. reo time

    Purchased two for my sailboat. These are great. Very solid build with great frame. Arrived in perfect condition, not a scratch on the panel or the frame. On the way to Bahamas for three months and will update when return. Will likely purchase two more.In use for about a month on my boat. Sitting in southern Florida with two panels perpendicular to the sun on a clear day. Using MC4 Y branch connectors for parallel feed to 10ft of 10AWG cable to 99% efficient controller. Result is 7.9 amps/13.2v (about 104 watts). What gives?? Why not approaching max of 8 amps? Very disappointed in this low output performance. Tempted to return just because output is misstated

  4. Karl & Lee

    I need the extra 1.5 inch of space to get 2 panels and my maxxair fan on the roof. I added one set at the front and one at the back. To keep the holes in the roof to a minimal, I built a custom roof rack out of unistrut and had it powder coated white to match the van. I ran the wires through the back up camera box on the rear. I hope to have enough room left to install my Coleman roof top AC.

  5. Thomas

    On short circuit this put out 20.48V and max amps I got with a 5pm sun was 5.48A. Only down side (as with all solar panels) is a little cloud cover will decrease the amps considerably. And covering up one cell reduced output to .8A. Still, this is to be expected and doesn’t take away any stars, just info worth sharing.

  6. James Tang Photography

    I bought two 100w panels to go with my 40a mppt Rover charger and a 50ah lithium ion phosphate, all from Renogy, for my homemade camper. The panels are sturdy, well designed, and affordable. They come ready to go with MC4 connectors. I bought each for under $100. Even when the weather isn’t idea (cloudy rainy days), I’m still getting more than enough power to charge my 50ah battery. The mppt charge controller is very efficient and able to utilize the panels efficiently. I extended the cables to about 15ft using 8 awg wires . I connected both panels in series and added a 20a circuit breaker before going into the charge controller. I made a custom aluminum roof mount so that I don’t have to drill additional holes on my roof. So far everything is working great.

  7. Primed and Loving It

    Paired up with a Morning Star MPPT controller and a Stark Power 100 AmpHour lithium Iron Phosphate battery for a travel trailer. Under normal temperature weather conditions (Not needing to run the AC). This has worked fantastic for my Off Grid Camping excursions. I have not once needed to use a generator to recharge the battery. I watch TV, toast Bagels, run the microwave, crank up the radio, run the water pump all while not needing to break out the generator or find a hook up. Even when the panels are dirty, they still get enough power to charge the battery, though I recommend cleaning them if they have heavy buildup (Bird poop, mud like stuff), other than that, I would buy these again in a heart beat

  8. Luisa

    Original Review:My panels just arrived today. I took them out perfectly level over cushions to make sure they don’t scratch each other, and noticed one of them had already been scratched in multiple places in the center of the panel. I’m not sure if this happened during shipping or if it was a returned panel, but that’s really disappointing to get a scratched up “new” panel.I’ll have to test them at the same time to see if it significantly affects the wattage (luckily I have a non-scratched panel to compare to since I bought a 2-pack). I’m debating if I want to go through the trouble of sending it in for a replacement… Either way this is a huge inconvenience when you’re paying the “premium” price for Renogy brand.I expected better.**Update: I was able to get into contact with their customer support through Amazon. They were able to give a 15% discount for the defect. The panels seem to still be giving out advertise power output, so hopefully it was just the coating that was scratched. While it may reduce the life of the one panel, it is still usable thankfully. Overall these were a really great value at the end of the day (<$0.70 per watt). I'll update if there are any issues with power output longevity.

  9. Larry

    Added 100 watts to my existing Renogy RV solar system for charging my batteries. I went with this smaller panel for roof space. Works fine with the larger 100 watt panels. A watt is a watt no matter the size of the panel.

  10. B. Haddock

    I had the need to build a exhaust fan for my small greenhouse. I decided to have it solar powered and run on 12v instead of running extension from the house. I have watch a fair number of videos with RV’ers and Van Life travelers that spoke very highly about the Renogy 100 watt panel. I did some additional research and decided on still going with Renogy. They may not be the least expensive, but I can see how they got the great reputation. The panel came in simple but sturdy packaging. I unboxed and tested right away and provided the proper voltage. The panel is a quality build. It has provided reliable charging power to the small battery bank I have in the greenhouse that powers the exhaust fan and a couple of other USB fans I have in the greenhouse to move the air around. I have it attached to and small frame I built out of galvanized angle iron. (If anyone likes the look, all I did was buy the angel iron set used to secure garage door tracks to the ceiling. The sizes in the package worked out perfectly. That, some nuts and bolts and your good to go.)I have purchased a second panel for the additional power I will need for a water pump for the greenhouse. I would recommend the panel to anyone who wants a small panel. The panel prices seem to move up and down a bit so watch the prices.Update 5/30/21 I am a bit frustrated. My second panel came damaged (during shipping) and the replacement panel that was even more damaged with shattered glass. Both were handled by the USPS. It would appear that the panels are dropped or slammed into things when shipped. Amazon only offered the return on the second replacement and I will have to reoder the panel as a new order. Note to AMAZON – Don’t ship these using the USPS. The other shippers may cost more, but two returns are not making it cheaper….Update 8/19/21Just a quick update. I received the second panel in June and it was in perfect shape. I have had the green house fans running all summer without any issues. Refund from the second returned panel was taking longer than the allotted time frame. I contacted customer service through the website chat function and the rep was great!! 5 stars. Responsive and took care of crediting my account right then.

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