ECO-WORTHY 200 Watt (2pcs 100W) Monocrystalline Solar Panel Complete Off-Grid RV Boat Kit with LCD Charge Controller + Solar Cable + Mounting Brackets for Homes RVs Car Battery Charging

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $238.99

☀ Package includes 2 pcs 100W mono solar panel + 2 set of Z style mounting brackets + 1 pc 20A solar controller + 1 pair of 16.4ft 10 awg solar cables + 1 pair of 2-in-1 connectors
☀ This 200 watt solar panel kit is for off-grid, daily output 1000wh depends on the sunlight availability, it’s plug and play designed renewable power system for even the new users.
☀ 20A charge controller with built-in LCD display and dual USB port, and offers short-circuit protection,open-circuit protection,reverse protection,over-load protection.
☀ Wiring sequence of controller: 1st please connect to battery (if you have), it will be automatically to 12v/24v according the battery voltage; 2nd the solar panel; 3rd the load.
☀ Z shaped mount brackets, for setting up the panel and allowing sufficient air space for cooling panel.




ECO-WORTHY 200 Watt (2pcs 100W) Monocrystalline Solar Panel Complete Off-Grid RV Boat Kit with LCD Charge Controller

Kit Package Included:


  • 2 pcs 100W Mono Solar Panels
  • 2 pcs Z Mounting Brackets
  • 1 pc 20A Charge Controller
  • 1 pair of 2-in-1 connectors
  • 1 pair of 16.4ft Black Cable and Red Cable


solar charge controller

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20A Charge Controller

  • New coming with unique and special design
  • More details and Wiring Sequence in below


Additional information


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10 reviews for ECO-WORTHY 200 Watt (2pcs 100W) Monocrystalline Solar Panel Complete Off-Grid RV Boat Kit with LCD Charge Controller + Solar Cable + Mounting Brackets for Homes RVs Car Battery Charging

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    Works fantastically! Was very easy to setup. I have this on my shed which is too far out from my main building to run normal electric to. It is currently connected to a 35AH SLA battery, which powers 1 50W LED spotlight, 2 20W LED spotlights, a 100 foot strand of LED party lights, and a raspberry Pi security camera.

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    This is a great solar panel kit. I had never dealt with one before, and had it hooked up and installed in about 20 minutes. Seems to be keeping my 2 batteries fully charged just great.

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    george c ferrell

    Great setup even I replaced the solar charge controller. Easy to install on a roof.

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    Rodg Pett

    For my purpose of keeping the battery in my travel trailer charged. It is working quite well. Installation, after gathering other needed parts, took only about a half an hour.

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    Chris Cordray

    WOW, this is a great starter unit, excellent price and works well with other off-the-shelf solar components. It would be nice if Eco-Worthy carried additional solar panels so as to extend this kit, but others have them in stock from Amazon. I paired this kit with a UPG 85980/D5722 Sealed Lead Acid Battery (12V; 35 AH; UB12350). Works perfectly, recharges battery in about 2+ hours of Texas sun. I used 10 gauge wire to battery. Worked out of the box! Only negative is that it does not come with mounting clips for the solar panel, so add another $10 dollars. Overall 5 starts.

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    scott goodman

    Its the cheapest that i found was impressed when i got it good starter kit

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    I ordered two sets, one for my fifth wheel and one for my father’s trailer. Since then (two weeks later) I purchased one more set to split between our two RVs. We now have 300 watts each. We like to boondock and between my kids and me, we tend to have a lot of electronics. This more than runs our needs. The kids play on the Xbox and TV and I don’t worry about having enough power. The Instant Pot uses more than this can put out BUT in half an hour of use, it uses 350 watts. My batteries and inverter take care of extra power and then to solar fills the batteries back up. In my parents’ trailer they run a CPAP machine all night and they don’t need to worry whether they’ll have enough power. We have not been on a big trip yet so I can’t say how they’ll do after a week or two of boondocking. If they have a problem I’ll update.Edit: I did need to get a different charge controller simply because the one that comes with it is a 20a controller. When you add more panels you need larger amp controller.Update: I forgot to mention, you’ll need a larger charge controller if you plan on adding extra panels. The one that comes with it is a 20 amp controller which does two panels just fine

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    Justin Small

    Purchased to lower power bill some and getting 1.44kw a day which is good for a 400w system, easy to install but you will need to build a mount for kit.

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    Danielle Padilla

    Bought this for our toy hauler to keep our batteries charged, works great!

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    So far I like this panel (100w). I was wondering why my Zamp 100 w charger was 455.00 compared to this one at 125.00. Be prepared to do some electrical connecting to this one, I spent well over an hour connecting wires to the controller plus I had to buy some connectors etc. spending another 13.00. All said and done, the solar panel seems to work well. The difference in the two systems? Well, to start the warranty on the Zamp system is incredibly better than this one, the Zamp is fold-able and comes with a carry case and is just plug and play on my RV, super easy to use and store. However, 125.00 compared to 455.00, we will see over time. If I don’t have any problems with this one, I’ll be adding more.

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