Go Power! GP-PSK-130 130W Portable Folding Solar Kit

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $519.91

Includes carrying case
130 Watts of power 6.9 ampere DC per hour
Built in 10 ampere solar controller.Rated current:6.7 A.Rated DC voltage:19.7 V
25 year – SAE & XLR-style solar plug adapter
Includes carrying case

Brand Go Power!



Go Power! GP-PSK-130 130W Portable Folding Solar Kit with 10 Amp Solar Controller

Go Power!’s 130-watt Portable Solar Kit (PSK) folding solar modules offer some of the most versatile and convenient battery charging options for those who don’t want to permanently mount solar to a rooftop or want to supplement a roof top system. The Anderson-style battery charging connectors allow you to quickly interchange the charging accessory to best suit your needs – from maintaining your RV or trailer battery while on the road to trickle charging your car, ATV or boat battery.

Adjustable folding legs to maximize solar exposure and for compact easy storage. Multiple charging connectivity options. Includes a heavy duty nylon case for storage protection. They also are a great supplemental solar kit to a roof top kit.

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10 reviews for Go Power! GP-PSK-130 130W Portable Folding Solar Kit

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    Very impressed with this portable folding solar panels rig. Tried it out today on our A-Frame pop-up RV. It was so simple to put it into operation; it came with a brief instruction leaflet that tells you all that you need to know without being an electrical engineer. So simple to select your battery type (Sealed,Gel, or Flooded). It came with a very basic controller that just seems to do the job. I purchased the separate volt meter just to know the status of the battery. Comes with a semi-hard storage case that is really nice. The 120-watt panels might be overkill for our single sealed 12-volt marine battery, but ya never know what might be added in the future. Best of all, my dear spouse, Celia, gave it enthusiastic approval. I highly endorse this “GO POWER !” solar rig over the other company’s offerings (begins with an “R”). I also recommend the 30-FT extension; out in the ‘boonies’, your RV rig might be camped under some nice shady trees & you’ll be glad for the solar panel(s) power extension.

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    This thing is fricken awesome. We can park in the shade and put this is the sun (30′ cable). Fully charged batteries every night. Wish we got it sooner.

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    LifeIsGood in MN

    PERFECT for camping. We ran our slide-in camper off of this for a full week in the mountains. Easy to set up, charge your cell, charge your camper battery, etc. Storage case very nice. Unfortunately we had two of them arrive with a broken clasp. Not a big deal, but it would be nice if Go Power could figure out how to make with better quality clasps.

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    Marc S. Simon

    Love these panels. I ordered an Overlander set to put on the top of our 5th wheel permanently so the batteries get topped off whenever they get any sunshine. If we need more we can use this set with the 7pin trailer plug https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00FYUCQXK/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_0 to charge from 2 sources at once.

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    Joseph Lombard

    Amazing Solar panel. Dry camped for 8 days and never worried about my batteries. Listened to the radio, ran the led lights and charged all portable electronics and batteries never went below 12.3 volts. I would highly recommend this product!!!

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    Glenn Smith

    easy right out of box, has EVERYTHING you need, even all possible connections needed.great functionality , even charge your cell phone or other devices right off the back of the unit!literally take out of box, plug in, or make connection, set screw the stand and DONE!has a great display that tells you the status, history, charge level and everything.used it for a week on our 5th wheel and never needed to charge any other method! WORKS GREAT! LOVE IT!!

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    Nicole Weeks

    WOW! This system we bought last week to use on our travel trailers (singe?) battery, group 27, performed flawlessly! We are new to the “RV” life and purchased a 33 foot trailer with electric everything! Which included a tv, super slide, awning, electric tongue hitch, and all the obvious, outlets, lights (LED), microwave, ect. Well I never knew how power hungry we were until we took our trailer out for the first time and my 2 year old wanted to watch a dvd while eating her breakfast. My wife and I have the coffee maker going while the furnace is warming up our ice cold trailer prior to our fishing trip. Go figure, our battery died! Like I said “Brand new” to the rv life. Well as most experienced rv folks know that when your batt dies even your generators are pretty much worthless with the stock charger onboard. So I needed to figure out what needs to be done in order to my girls happy :0). I went solar! I did my home work for weeks looking at inverters and multiple battery options along with chargers and so on and so on and so on, my brain hurt! and then I found the “WYNNS” (if you were like us lost in the dark after the rv sales team made there deal then do your self a favor and find the Wynns) who explain everything when it comes to rv POWER! Solar power! Its unbelievable, we got our 120 watt Go Power portable system and I honestly pulled it out of the box, unzipped the very well made carrying case and unfolded the panels. I clamped on the positive and negative jaws to my batteries terminals and off we were pulling in clean energy charging my battery. My batt was at 2/3s charge which isn’t very good, close to spiking amps and blowing fuses but even though it was overcast within two hours the battery was at 100%. We are sold! and for folks like us that bought a trailer or want to buy a trailer to camp with and don’t want to be plugged into rv parks then spend the money and go solar! Within the next week or two we will be boondocking (dry camping) on BLM (Bureau of land management) with GO POWERS 480 watts kit on the roof top along with the 120 watt portable GO POWER folding unit producing a total of 600 watts of usable energy! Unreal, all from the sun, why are we all not using this natural resource? Anyhow thanks Go power after this relaxing weekend of camping you have proven yourself and we are forever faithful and a life changing solar power family.

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    Took it out of the box, set it up, aimed it at the sun… 6.5 AMPS! It really is just that easy. Kit comes with several connectors, depending on your application, you’ll probably only use one or two of them. The cables are well made, and the way the panels fold up and fit into the travel case is very nice. A very well made kit with an easy to use controller, and complete directions!

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    nancy ogle

    I bought a 120 w. To use for camping with my 18′ clipper rbd. This was a great choice, since I rarely use hookups,and needed my battery to be charged for at least 5 days of camping. It did not disappoint me at all.It keeps my battery fully charged and never have to worry about using to many lights or fans . It is a sturdy product and all the functions worked like a charm. I monitor where it is placed and how the sun hits it, and all I have to do is change the position. All of my trailer lights are LED which helps conserve power also. I highly recommend this product , and it has already paid for itself by saving money not using hookups. Solar is the way to go , but research the product you need before you buy.

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    Lance Hinek

    We used this solar kit over the week end. It charge out dual 12 volt batteries in about an hour. We used it every day while camping out for three days and on the third day the batteries were down to one bar out of four and after an hour it was charged. I was suprised has fast they were charged. The carring case is heavy duty nylon with a sturdy zipper. It comes with allegator clips adapter to attach to the battery and an adapter to attach directly to the battery bolts. The adapters have a special connectors with rubber protectors to cover the ends when not in use. The adaptors are about 2 feet long. The unit folds out and has built in legs that supports itself at about a 45 degree angle. The charge controller has settings for gel, sealed and flooded batteries. It took a while to figure out how it set the controller, it has one button to cycle through the settings and the LED light is difficult to see because it is not very bright. It only has to be set once the first time it is used. The kit has a third adaptor with connectors on both ends. I cut this in half and put regular extension cord plugs on each end and used a 25 foot extension cord to extend the placement range. This unit is well made but pricey.

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