RICH SOLAR 100 Watt 12 Volt Polycrystalline Solar Panel High Efficiency Solar Module Charge Battery

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $89.99

  • 【Standard】 Size: 39.6” x 26.4” x 1.4”, 3′ cable with connectors, generate 5.4 amp power, charge 12 volt battery. Industry standard, quick connect cables, work in series or in parallel.
  • 【Performance】 Excellent low light performance on cloudy days, mornings and evenings. Certified to withstand challenging environmental conditions.
  • 【Durable】 Built with strong high transmission anti-reflective coated tempered glass and anodized aluminum frame.
  • 【Installation】 Fast and easy installation. 14 pre-drilled holes compatible with ground mounts, Z-brackets, side pole mounts and tilt mounts.
  • 【Warranty】 25-year limited power output; 5-year material and workmanship.

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RICH SOLAR 100 Watt 12 Volt Polycrystalline Solar Panel High Efficiency Solar Module Charge Battery for RV Trailer Camper Marine Off Grid

Additional information


Product Dimensions

39.8 x 26.4 x 1.4 inches

Item Weight

17.5 pounds





Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


10 reviews for RICH SOLAR 100 Watt 12 Volt Polycrystalline Solar Panel High Efficiency Solar Module Charge Battery

  1. Douglas L.

    Well decided to save a buck and try these. Quite impressed. I was using the $136 Reno***y panels. The output is the same +- .05 volts. The cell soldier seems better. The connect cables are twice as long as the cables on the R**olgy panels. Now let’s see how long they last will update only if I have issues. The Ren*l*gy panels are better packed. My order came via USPS 7 days even though it said prime 2 day. There is no packing protection on the cardboard box it comes in. All panels I received did work despite the boxes being ripped open in spots.

  2. Renee

    Arrived fast. Put it in sun to test. Actually produced slightly more than 100 watts. Nice!

  3. DIY Guy

    I was a little concerned with buying such cheap panels so I bought one for testing. It was reproducing 104 watts so I decided to buy 17 more for a total 18. This gave me a 1.8kw array and they have been working excellent. Unfortunately due to my house position, my shed was the only available place right now to install them and they are west facing instead of south. I expect them to perform less than perfect due to not being properly positioned. I am still getting a peak of over 1.5kw which is very good. Most solar panels only produce 80% of their rated amount and these panels are producing more than 80% in a poor configuration.Due to my geographical location, I get about 5.5 solar hours a day and the panels generate 9.5kwh a day. That is a huge help with the electric bill and I plan on installing a larger array on the garage to make my house netzero.I highly recommend these panels for a DIY install. There are other solar panels with a better price per watt cost but they are usually 300+watts and difficult to handle without having a large install team. Also, these 100w panels make it easy to configure and they give you more installation options due to their size compared to larger panels.The build quality of the panels are good. I did not see any defects or problems with them. The only issue I encountered was the first panel I purchased had different mounting hole locations than the other 17. This was a minor issue that was easily fixed with a cordless drill.These panels are at such a good price that a person can start building their system and keep adding on when they can afford more so they can reach their goal. With the price and quality of these panels, I dont know why everybody is not installing them to save money. I calculated my system ROI to be at 8 years with inverters and all the associated equipment. These panels will end up saving me thousands of dollars over their lifetime!

  4. Ronald

    I am using the RichSolar Polycrystalline 100W 12V Solar Panels on my catamaran sail boat. Researching both Monocrystalline and Polycrystalline panels, I decided to go with polycrystalline. The price point was less than the mono panel. Performance and output was equal to the monocrystalline. In full sun the panel was producing 6+ amps. Happy with the performance I ordered 3 more panels to complete my solar panel project. A close examination of the panel shows the quality of construction and assemble. The wiring and distribution box is of good quality.

  5. Miceland

    This model puts out the most energy for the money.There is a Youtuber that reviews all the 100 watt panels. I thought it was fake so I bought two of these models.His review was spot on. Many of the other models including Mono versions do not put out as much wattage.These in full sun will put out over 100 watts.The construction is a little on the low quality although I have had no issues as of yet.Have great day all you sun nerds.

  6. Steve

    I saw a review of these on youtube so I gave 4 of them a try. They are putting out more power than my more expensive Renogy 100w mono panels! They look beautiful. Only downside is some of the single panels corners were dented up, however the ones that came 2 in a box were packaged better. Also there are 2 different looking panels that are the “same” for some reason. Overall, very happy and bought 4 more.

  7. P. Ellison

    I seen Will Prowse’s review on youtube. His comparisons to other panels showed this to be the winner. Holding and using the panel for real world shows the same fantastic results! I purchased my first of 4. I FOR SURE will be purchasing the other 3. The output of these on even crummy days is outstanding. Sometimes seeing ~5 watts of REAL charge current even when I have no expectations of enough light (panel in the full shadow of my house on my deck at 6pm in Nashville area). Until my real controller arrives, I’m using this on the Rockpal 300W solar generator (Avail here on Amazon). Great panel construction, I get all that the device specs rate at and very happy with purchase. Thanks Will.

  8. Diesel

    Purchase two of these panels. Arrived 2 days later from USPS in packing that was excellent. Nice units. Running two units delivered a reading of 9.34amps in the Arizona mid day. Listed has operating amperage of 5.62 each, so 11.24 for the pair. Getting the 9.34 is outstanding. I honestly was expecting to peak no higher then 8.5 amps on a perfect day. I recommend these units.

  9. Chris

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  These panels are inexpensive and produce well. Best of all is that shipping if free with Amazon Prime. Many larger panels need to be shipped by freight (this costs hundreds of $). I used 8 of these panels to build a 800 Watt grid-tied solar system (costs less than $1000 before any tax credits). It’s free standing so it can be moved. The solar panel angle can be adjusted for the different seasons. It makes a nice addition to a current net-metered system.Two of these panels in series work nicely with the 1000 watt grid-tied inverter( )The shipping boxes were a bit flimsy compared to the ones Renogy uses. One panel had a slight ding in the corner.

  10. Puck

    Bought 8 so far, very impressed so far with these. I have them mounted flat on the roof of an enclosed trailer so I am loosing some of the potential but they are doing better than I expected. Watch the corners, they are little sharp.

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