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Renogy 100 Watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline Solar Panel, Compact Design 42.2 X 19.6 X 1.38 in, High Efficiency Module PV Power for Battery Charging Boat, Caravan, RV and Any Other Off Grid Applications

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $103.44
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【Reliable】Advanced encapsulation material with multi-layered sheet laminations enhance cell performance and provide a long service life.
【Durable】Guaranteed positive output tolerance (0-3%); withstands high winds (2400Pa) and snow loads (5400Pa)
【Versatile】Use it for your RV when camping, or during beach trips with the family, either way this monocrystalline panel provides you with the most efficiency per space.
【Installation Ready】Pre-drilled holes on the back of the panel allow for fast mounting and securing. Pre-drilled holes included for grounding. Compatible with different Renogy mounting systems such as Z-Brackets, Pole Mounts and Tilt Mounts.Optimum Operating Current (Imp): 5.29A
【Warranty】25-year transferable power output warranty; 5-year material and workmanship warranty

Brand Renogy



Renogy 100 Watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline Solar Panel


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2 – Pack Solar Panels, Bundle Kit, Singel Panel



10 reviews for Renogy 100 Watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline Solar Panel, Compact Design 42.2 X 19.6 X 1.38 in, High Efficiency Module PV Power for Battery Charging Boat, Caravan, RV and Any Other Off Grid Applications

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    James Tang Photography

    I bought two 100w panels to go with my 40a mppt Rover charger and a 50ah lithium ion phosphate, all from Renogy, for my homemade camper. The panels are sturdy, well designed, and affordable. They come ready to go with MC4 connectors. I bought each for under $100. Even when the weather isn’t idea (cloudy rainy days), I’m still getting more than enough power to charge my 50ah battery. The mppt charge controller is very efficient and able to utilize the panels efficiently. I extended the cables to about 15ft using 8 awg wires . I connected both panels in series and added a 20a circuit breaker before going into the charge controller. I made a custom aluminum roof mount so that I don’t have to drill additional holes on my roof. So far everything is working great.

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    Greg D

    I am pleasantly impressed so far. As you can see, a temporary setup and it’s doing well. I will buy another or two soon when I am ready to complete my solar shed/garage. This is a quick setup, not sure of the angle and quick test with my Riding mower battery, soon I will put the rest inline

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    Viron E. Payne Jr.

    I haven’t opened the box on the latest panels that a slightly smaller and slightly more efficient.However, having handle over a thousand PV panels as an assembler of premium solar powered roof ventilators I recognized what appears to be quality workmanship in the panels from Renogy.I’ve purchased 1400W of 100W panels for my portable solar power system to use after hurricanes at my condo. Generators are not allowed for safety reasons.Most recently I’ve purchased 400W of 100W Renogy panels for emergency power at our ham radio emergency radio station.Even those panels are seldom deployed I expect they are are comparable to Sunwise or other premium manufacturers.Renogy seems to be a good quality and good value.

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    I have been messing around with using a solar panel to keep a 12V battery charged for use with a community garden plot water system. This unit coupled with a HQST controller is doing the job so far. Seems to even produce power when covered with frost or a thin film of ice. I like the heavy duty waterproof connectors on the unit.

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    Added 100 watts to my existing Renogy RV solar system for charging my batteries. I went with this smaller panel for roof space. Works fine with the larger 100 watt panels. A watt is a watt no matter the size of the panel.

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    On short circuit this put out 20.48V and max amps I got with a 5pm sun was 5.48A. Only down side (as with all solar panels) is a little cloud cover will decrease the amps considerably. And covering up one cell reduced output to .8A. Still, this is to be expected and doesn’t take away any stars, just info worth sharing.

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    reo time

    Purchased two for my sailboat. These are great. Very solid build with great frame. Arrived in perfect condition, not a scratch on the panel or the frame. On the way to Bahamas for three months and will update when return. Will likely purchase two more.In use for about a month on my boat. Sitting in southern Florida with two panels perpendicular to the sun on a clear day. Using MC4 Y branch connectors for parallel feed to 10ft of 10AWG cable to 99% efficient controller. Result is 7.9 amps/13.2v (about 104 watts). What gives?? Why not approaching max of 8 amps? Very disappointed in this low output performance. Tempted to return just because output is misstated

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    *Update – they sent replacements and are working fine .Out of my latest 100w pannels, one has come with a few defects. Can I send it back for a replacement?

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    K West

    I need the extra 1.5 inch of space to get 2 panels and my maxxair fan on the roof. I added one set at the front and one at the back. To keep the holes in the roof to a minimal, I built a custom roof rack out of unistrut and had it powder coated white to match the van. I ran the wires through the back up camera box on the rear. I hope to have enough room left to install my Coleman roof top AC.

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    100 watts of power, I have one panel and one battery, just enough to recharge it and allow me to at minimum heat water for noodles and coffee, wash up, recharge AA and AAA, run my laptop to listen to music and watch movies. Its the little things….

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