WindyNation 200 Watt (2pcs 100 Watt) Solar Panel Complete Off Grid RV Boat Kit

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $245.99

SEE PICTURES IN PHOTO GALLERY FOR DIMENSIONAL DRAWING AND ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS. 200 Watt solar charging kit provides up to 200 watts of clean, free, renewable power
PWM Solar Charge Controller has user adjustable settings! LCD Screen shows, voltage, solar panel status, battery state of charge, and DC load draw. See Image in photo gallery for all LCD Screen readouts. Compatible with lead acid, AGM, gel, and lithium batteries
Designed for RVs, cabins, homes, boats, back-up and remote power use. The two solar panels can be wired in parallel for 12V battery charging or in series for 24V battery charging.
Kit will provide on average 800 Watt Hours (Wh) or 67 Amp hours of charge per day (depends on sunlight availability). Add more solar panels in the future! The included charge controller can handle up to 3pcs 100W solar panels (12 volt system) and 6pcs 100W solar panels (24 volt system)
Complete kit includes: (2pcs) 100 Watt WindyNation Solar Panel, WindyNation P20L 20-Amp LCD Solar Charge Controller with user adjustable settings, 40 feet of UL Listed 12 AWG Solar Cable, all necessary connectors, all necessary mounting hardware and Installation Manual.

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WindyNation 200 Watt (2pcs 100 Watt) Solar Panel Complete Off Grid RV Boat Kit with LCD PWM Charge Controller + Solar Cable + Mounting Brackets

Solar Panel Complete Off Grid

Size: 200W Solar Kit

The Windy Nation 200 Watt Complete Solar Charging Kit comes with everything you need to start producing free, clean power from the sun! Perfect for RV’s, boats, cabins and back-up power! WindyNation’s 200 Watt Solar Kit includes EVERYTHING you need to get started: (2pcs) 100 Watt Solar Panel, User Adjustable LCD 20-Amp P20L Solar Charge Controller, 40 ft of UL Listed 12 AWG Solar Cable, all necessary connectors for wiring, and all the necessary mounting hardware (8 Solar Panel Mounting Brackets and Fastener Sets).

Product photos above show individual pictures of all the included items and additional technical information. Add a 12 volt battery and a DC-to-AC inverter and you are ready to harness the sun’s free energy. The WindyNation 200 Watt Solar Charging Kit is the ideal solution for providing back-up power or off-grid power when you need it! This Kit includes our premium grade PWM solar charge controller with digital display. The digital display provides detailed system information. See Image in Photo Gallery above for an image of all LCD readouts. System settings like voltage of solar disconnect, voltage of load disconnect, etc are user adjustable.

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10 reviews for WindyNation 200 Watt (2pcs 100 Watt) Solar Panel Complete Off Grid RV Boat Kit

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    Tomas R. Yniguez

    At the time I ordered this kit, There was no ratings or comments. So I was cautious about ordering it. It was a great price. I calculated the cost to build my own set ording everything sepearte (including buying used panels from craigslist) This windy nation kit was the least hassle and the best cost.package arrived two days after I ordered it.All the parts were included and nothing damaged.It was simple to install on my truck camperThere was enough cable to run the panels from the roof to the the charge controller and enough left over to run cable from the charge controller to the batteries. Its a 40 ft long cable. so all you have to do is cut it to size. I cut mine in half to have one pos. and one neg. then i cut a bout 2 feet off of each to run from the controller to the batteries.Although the charge controller worked, I bought one that has a digital display on it (a “net meter 30amp” one that shows the percentage of battery you have left.)I love it. The standeard one my camper has only shows (low fair and good) now I see by percentage (example 78% or 91% and so on)Its November (low sun)and I installed the pannels “flat” on the roof and even with over cast, so they are currantly pulling about 50%. It still chages my 2-6v deep cycles nicely. I will add comments when the summer rolls around to see how much it producess thenI would buy from them again. Infact I am thinking of buying another kit from them to add to my camper.

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    Larlou

    With a little help from Windy Nation (thanks guys!) we installed this on our travel trailer fairly quickly and it works like a charm. Our first trip out last week-end and we never saw our house battery below a full charge. If you know a bit about electrical you should have no trouble installing this yourself.

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    SALMONSLAYER

    Works like a champ. I’ve been using this for 1 year now. My batteries haven’t even been low once the whole entire time.Easy enough to install but for a better install I’d get some dicor tape and put it down on every spot you are going to drill through the roof for the brackets though. This will help the roof material from lifting/getting an air bubble, once the drill bit peirces the roof membrane. Oh and order some extra solar wire if you are even close to being short. You’d hate to have to stall your install waiting for some solar wire to arrive because that stuff is kind of hard to find.

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    ejmasjr

    Came with everything needed except the connectors to make final connection. No mention of what kind of connector would be needed and did not see them listed as options to buy at time of ordering. Controller directions leave a little to be desired, but once past these two items they work faultlessly, and are constructed well. Looking forward to years of service.

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    USAF Retiree

    This was my first time installing a solar system. I installed this system in a hi-lo camper and found this to be very easy to install. I did run short of wire but no big deal. The instructions were easy to follow. The system is working like I hoped it would to keep my two Optima yellow top batteries charged. In my opinion this system is worth the money.

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    rosewhite62

    I lived in a camper for nearly two years. this powered a computer, a cell for internet connection and all lights i needed as well as several kindles and assorted small electrical appliances. Hint for anyone installing this on an RV, put a HUGE dollop of silicon caulk right on the drilled bolt hole that will hold this one in order to seal it better.

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    Donna Customer

    This is the 4th set we have purchased and have had absolutely no complaints with it, either on the install or the performance! We have installed it on a motor home, a horse trailer with living quarters, a travel trailer and the current set on our new motor home. We do mostly boondocks camping and rely on our solar panels, no complaints whatsoever.

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    randy57hunt

    Found it easy to install for the mechanically inclined. Note: be careful when crimping plugs and read direction first. Only beef I had was that u need a 30 amp inline fuse not supplied.

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    joewicz

    Love this Product, installed 6 months ago and working strong, I will expand my system with more of these in the future. My array is configured in series running as 24 volt system.under charge and use load my series paired panels output 41+ volts to the solar (input) terminals on the charge controller

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    Jason Peterson

    I installed this on my camp trailer. It works incredible. Batteries are always charged. I haven’t ran my generator this whole year. Worth the investment.

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