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Coleman 300-Watt Solar Back-Up Power Kit
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Coleman

300-Watt Solar Back-Up Power Kit

$720.99 /each

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The Coleman 300-Watt Solar Kit is a versatile unit, ideal for a variety of applications, including RVs, homes, boats, remote and back-up power use, 12 V battery charging, solar power stations, pumps and lighting equipment. Providing clean, maintenance free, portable power, this solar kit features all components needed to easily setup your 12-Volt off-grid solar system. Connect multiple panels for even more power.

  • Made with high efficiency crystalline solar cells for long-lasting use
  • Aluminum frame for extended outdoor use
  • Bypass diode minimizes power drop caused by shade
  • Weatherproof for superior durability
  • Ideal for areas with high sun exposure
  • Easy to install and maintenance free
  • Includes: 2 x 150-Watt crystalline solar panels, 30 Amp digital charge controller, 300-Watt inverter with USB port, mounting hardware, voltage tester, and 20 ft. of wiring


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Customer Questions & Answers

How many batteries will it charge?

I am look for this product to charge 4 deep cycle marine batteries.
Asked by: Lance
8 batteries
Answered by: oscar
Date published: 2016-04-27

will this help with the electricity bill

Asked by: angie
Yes
Answered by: oscar
Date published: 2017-02-18

Will this supply a 5000 watt converter that I already have

Asked by: red
Yes and No, although you CAN use your 5000 W converter to suck the juice stored in your car battery, the solar panels only produce 300 watts at best. So if you want to use that 5000W converter, it would be best to have a second battery (actually a few 200Ah batteries) and a bunch more panels and different controller .... if you want to pull 5000W longer than just a few minutes.
Answered by: JimKrishna
Date published: 2017-01-07

Will it be enough for well pump and/or refrigerator?

Will it be enough power for well pump and/or refrigerator in case of power outages? If so, for how many hours?
Asked by: JT
you need about 1, 000 watts to run a standard refrigerator. That's 9 amps x 115 volts= 1,035 watts. 300 watts is not going to do it. For the well pump multiple the current in amps by the voltage to determine wattage, (volts x amps)=watts
Answered by: MECHENG2016
Date published: 2016-10-27
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