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Renogy 400 Watts 12 Volts Monocrystalline Solar RV Kit Off-Grid Kit with Adventurer 30A PWM LCD Charge Controller + Mounting Brackets

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  • [Wide Application] 1600Wh daily output depends on the 4 hours sunlight availability. This panel is suited for applications that require a smaller footprint, making it a favorite for those with RVs, campers, caravan, boat, Green house and more!
  • [Excellent Performance] 22% High solar cell efficiency. Corrosion-resistant aluminum frame for outdoor use, allowing the panels to last for decades as well as withstand high winds (2400Pa) and snow loads (5400Pa)
  • [Multiple Protection] Adventurer 30A PWM Charge Controller is designed to be used with 12V or 24V photovoltaic systems. This advanced negative-ground controller is designed for aesthetically clean flush mounting on RV or camper walls. It can prevent the battery from over charge, over voltage, discharge and short circuit, reversed polarity protection.
  • [Easy Installation] Pre-drilled holes and Plug & Play cables on the back allow for fast mounting. And it supports 3 types of batteries: lithium batteries, lead-acid batteries, gel batteries. 3 pairs of Y branch connectors are newly added to meet your parallel requirements!
  • [Warranty] 5 year warranty and 24/7 technical support team, contact us through Amazon whatever any questions or concerns you have.

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Renogy 400 Watts 12 Volts Monocrystalline Solar RV Kit Off-Grid Kit with Adventurer 30A PWM LCD Charge Controller + Mounting Brackets + Male and Female Connectors + Solar Cables + Cable Entry housing

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Product Dimensions

42.2 x 19.6 x 1.38 inches

Item Weight

88 pounds

Manufacturer

renogy

ASIN

B015DFS7X8

Country of Origin

Thailand

Item model number

KIT-RV400D

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

10 reviews for Renogy 400 Watts 12 Volts Monocrystalline Solar RV Kit Off-Grid Kit with Adventurer 30A PWM LCD Charge Controller + Mounting Brackets

  1. Jo

    I can’t speak enough praise of Renogy’s products and this was perfect, as always. Easy to instal and works great. This is a favorite solar charger cosmetically….I also have to others by Renogy and I like this one the best. Remember to buy fuses and an extra set of mc4 connectors if your panels aren’t right next to eachother. I was able to use the extra cable lines, I just needed to buy mc4 connectors to make an extension cable (and a crimp tool if you don’t have one)

  2. N Taylor

    It did exactly what it was supposed to do and that is keep batteries charged. The controller has worked just as expected, keeping batteries full without over charging. The readout on the controller is simple to use/read and gives just what information is needed and wanted. I like to see numbers so that I know what the charge coming in and what voltage the batteries are at when I look at display. I haven’t used the bluetooth part yet but it appears to be something that might be handy. I had it installed so I did not get the experience of that process but RV shop said system was well designed and installation was easy.

  3. FLGatorsRule

    These are my first solar panels that I have ever owned, so I dont have anything to compare them to, but I am very pleased with their performance so far. I installed these on the roof of my shed. I was pretty limited on options, because I wanted them out of sight and ON the roof, not mounted remotely. So where I ended up putting them only gets about 4 hours of hard sun per day. I have them charging two 12v, 56ah batteries. And the batteries power three 12v lights that are wired for dusk to dawn operation. The lights run about 10 hours per night right now(winter time). I tried to calculate how much charge capacity I needed but I couldn’t really make sense of the results. So I decided on this kit and it charges great. Even after 5 days of clouds, the panels charge my batteries right back to full in no time. I’m very pleased. I’m thinking about putting a 120v converter and seeing how it handles light 120v usage during the day as well

  4. Jamin Triz

    Solar power is awesome!!!!! I love camping in the woods and never listening to our loud generator. The kit contained everything I needed although it would have been nice to have more cable in between the panels so I could have spread them out more. The tricky part was running the wires through the Trailer and to the batteries. The batterie temp. wire is only 5 feet long but the batterie charge cable was more like 25′ so I could not use the temp gauge. The system has kept my batteries charged up since. Seems to work in the shade as well but really pumps it out in direct sunlight. Great product well worth the price.

  5. WD

    Great product. Install went well Cables could have been a little longer to reach the batter bank on front of trailer. Keep our batteries all powered up and going for all our trips this summer.

  6. Mark S. Holly

    This kit was easy to install and use on my motorhome. I did have to add some extension cables to to get the power where I needed it. It kept 2 Series 27 batteries fully charged with 2 CPAPS running (with out water heater) with no problem for 5 days off grid.

  7. Art A

    I’m able to power just about everything in my rv, including my confection oven, though I haven’t pushed it to see for how long. Keeps my 4 six volt batteries topped off with ease and runs my 2k watt inverter beyond my expectations. Great addition to my coach and I’m looking forward to seeing how long I can go off the grid using the system. Can’t comment on the effect of consecutive cloudy days yet, system was installed in the spring. Will update when I put it to the test.

  8. Steve

    I wish I would’ve went with his system from the beginning. I purchased the 200 watt system. After getting everything figured out and installed this system has been running on its own in my driveway in a test mode now for over a week. I’ve been running a medium sized portable 55qt. refrigerator set at 30 degrees on 12v continually, and an exhaust fan (during the day only) plugged into the auxiliary outlets that I have rewired to run on the auxiliary batteries. It is able to keep up with the fan running on high, and the refrigerator in direct sunlight throughout the day. The app showed 100% battery level during peak sunlight. This is fantastic for me because I want to be off the grid while camping. I would highly recommend this system for an entry level RV addition. Don’t waste your time with harbor freight solar panels or any of that junk they sell. It was a big waste of money for me. That junk left me with a dead battery on my van with my previous setup. You get what you pay for came to mind. So I went all out to build a independent system to power all my needs while camping. All the parts you need to swap your E series Ford van you can get on Amazon. I installed a switch to connect the auxiliary batteries to the vans main battery to recharge in a pinch, this was a great addition as a back up as most RVs have this in their system anyway. The battery boxes are for the diesel version of E350 found on Ebay. The batteries you can get for almost half price at Costco. I supplied some photos of what I did. It works great bottom line! I got everything in the box from Renogy as promised, not as some have complained about in their reviews. Plenty of cable is supplied to do just about everything you need. The Bluetooth app is a welcome edition. Great job Renogy!

  9. Annie91

    We installed the system on our 36 ft Bounder along with a few additonal cable and the Windy nation3000 watt inverter and 6 trojan battieries. A complex install when you consider what all we accomplished but now the coach has the ablity to be off grid over night and still function on a 30 amp breaker installed in the exsiting panel. We worked with both the tech support at Renogy and Windy Nation to plan and implement the system we needed and wanted. Thank you too both companies.

  10. Ben Anderson

    8/28/19 UpdateWe used our system for a 10 day camping trip to Glacier National Park and other areas. We were very impressed. Each day our batteries were charged; some days fully and other days partially. With that said, we left the popup camper every morning for adventures and returned in the evenings. Some days were cloudy. We also were around trees and camping in the mountains… so I don’t know how much of the day the sun was even shining on the panels. While I doubt I will ever recoup my cost in electricity savings (using the camper 10-14 days a year) I am already very happy with the performance of the solar system. It kept us with power (to charge camera batteries, phones and laptops) during a 10 day trip without ever plugging into the grid for electricity!Early July (first impression):This is a first impression. Wow!!! The package was as promised and very easy to set up. I plan to do an update after we have used it for a while. Please note that I upgraded it a bit by purchasing the inline fuses and upgraded the controller. I wish we had tried a solar package before this.

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