DOKIO 300w Solar Panel Kit Mono Portable Flexible Folding Include Solar Charge Controller and PV Cable for 12v Battery Charging Camper Van

(1 customer review)

$319.77

  • 【POWERFUL HIGH CONVERSION EFFICIENCY】with high efficiency monocrystalline solar cell, you will get greater power efficiency even though the panel is smaller than a traditional model.Maximizes system output by reducing mismatch loss; 100% EL testing on all DOKIO solar modules,no hot spots
  • 【FOLDABLE AND LIGHTWEIGHT EASY TO CARRY】– This solar panel photovoltaic packs 300W of power yet is only 0.9inch (2.4cm) thick and weighs only 17lb (7.5kg), making it easier to mount,transport, hang, and remove.solar panel usb port output
  • 【PORTABLE DESIGN AND WIDE APPLICABILITY】– The panel is well protected in a thick fabric pocket sewn. A practical carrying handle is available easy to carry and use and with, Ideal to use for cars,roofing,motorcycles,boats,snowmobiles,tractorscamping, camping, climbing, hiking, picnic, charging your car battery, or in emergencies,shine a light on your shed
  • 【FREE SOLAR CONTROLLER for you 】– Solar charger for all 12V batteries (Series circuit to charge 24V, 36V or 48V) with its 18V optimum power voltage.
  • 【AMAZON WAREHOUSE DELIVERY+ INTIMATE AFTER-SALES SERVICE】– Amazon FBA delivery, Receive goods in time,any questions you can contact us at any time, we will do our best to provide you with a satisfactory solution to ensure that you will not suffer any loss

Description

DOKIO 300w Solar Panel Kit Mono Portable Flexible Folding

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Our products have different powers in different environments. The energy is affected by the angle and intensity of sunlight. Therefore, I suggest that customers use them as much as possible with batteries or car batteries. Although it can be used without batteries, the current is not stable.

This solar panel packs 300W of power, but it only weighs a mere 7.5kg

Unique foldable design, enable to be mounted on an RV, boat, cabin, tent, car, tree or any other irregular surface. Making it perfect for home, nature trips, hiking, camping, fishing, picnic, sailing or other outdoor activities.

Specification

* Maximum Power: 300W

* Optimum Operating Current (Imp): 12.22A

* Optimum Operating Voltage (Vmp): 18.00V

* Short-Circuit Current (Isc):18.03 A

* Open-Circuit Voltage (Voc): 22.5V

* Maximum System Voltage:600V DC (UL)

*Dimension:39*21*0.9inch (100*54*2.4cm)

* Net Weight:17lb (7.5kg)

*Package Weight:18lb (8.2kg) (including wire and controller)

Package Contents:

1 x Dokio 300W Foldable solar panel

1 review for DOKIO 300w Solar Panel Kit Mono Portable Flexible Folding Include Solar Charge Controller and PV Cable for 12v Battery Charging Camper Van

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    Virgil Settle (verified owner)

    Given that there were no reviews on this one, I took a bit of a chance. The panel is foldable and flexible. A bit larger than I expected, but I should have read the description more closely. I bought this to keep our Goalzero Yeti 1000 Lithium charged when camping. This panel was much cheaper than the Goalzero panels per watt, and folds up nicely for travel. It comes with a small charge controller with input from the panel, outputs for battery connection, 12v light, and two USB outputs. In an initial test, I hooked it to a car battery and it seemed to work well. However, since I bought it for the goalzero, I later modified the cable from the panel with Anderson Power Pole connectors. On a clear day around 2pm in mid September in NC, I was getting over 180 watts going into my Goalzero. That’s of course using Goalzero’s built in PWM controller, not the optional MPPT controller. I figure 60% of stated output is par for the course with flexible panels. I have a rigid Renology 100W panel that I tested on the same day and was only getting 65 watts. May spring for the MPPT controller for the Goalzero later. I doubt I’ll ever use the Dokio charge controller. All in all, the panel performs well, and folds up very neatly for travel. We’ll see how it durable it is long term.

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