BRILLIHOOD 100W Flexible Solar Panel +20A 12V/24V LCD Controller For Boat Caravan Home or Off-grid/Backup Solar Power systems

Specification:

Solar Module Type: SP18-100P

Maximum Power(Pmax): 100W

Voltage at Pmax(Vmp): 18V

Current Pmax(Imp): 5.55A

Open-circuit Voltage(VOC):21.6V

Short-circuit Current(Isc): 6.11A

Power Tolerance:+/- 3%

Maximum System Voltage: 1000V

Test condition: AM=1.5:E=1000W/M2 TC=25degrees Celsius  Solar Charge Controller:

20A 12V/24V auto work (lead-acid battery)

Features:

  • Highly efficient solar cells
  • Slimline and flexible
  • Can be stepped on in soft soled shoes
  • Can be conveniently placed on curved solid surfaces
  • Waterproof design ensures the panel can be used in all weather condition  

Solar Charge Controller:

  • Electronic protection
  • Fully automatic operation
  • PWM charge mode(SOC)
  • Microcontroller digital accuracy
  • Suitable for all 12/24V DC lamps
  • Big terminals, big distance between terminals
  • Double digital LED display, numbers equal to timer setting
  • Temperature compensation(with external temperature sensor  

Kit includes:

100w Flexible Solar Panel 

20A PWM Charge Controller with LCD Screen & Dual USB ports

2*90CM Cables 1 x Pair TUV Approved MC4 Plugs 

2*500CM Cables 1 x Pair TUV Approved MC4 Plugs 

Product Features

  • Flexible Panels: can be attached to curved surface, the cable and junction box are on the underside to prevent aging from exposure
  • Environmentally Friendly and Energy Saving
  • Controller: Battery Voltage: 12V/24V, auto & Charge Current: 20A & Discharge Current: 20A
  • One or more solar panels can be connected a battery bank and power inverter using a solar charge controller.
  • Widely applications: Sheds, Stables, Boats, Caravans, Motorhomes, electric fencing, road/ path/ driveway illuminated signage, campsites, yurts, multi-panel off grid power source for small buildings, remote telecomms, mobile food outlets, and many more…

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