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Nature Power 3-Watt Semi-Flex Monocrystalline Solar Panel Battery Trickle Charger
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Nature Power

3-Watt Semi-Flex Monocrystalline Solar Panel Battery Trickle Charger

  • Semi-flexible; strong enough to be walked on
  • Weather, water and corrosion resistant
  • Perfect for marine applications, RVs and camping
$34.97 /each

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Wafer thin, lightweight, and can mold to a curved surface. These Semi-Flexible Solar Panels are made of the high efficiency mono-crystalline solar cells and strong enough to be walked on. Semi-flexiblePanels are weather, water and corrosion resistant making them a perfect option for marine applications, RVs, camping and emergency back-up, These Panels can continuously recharge your 12-Volt batteries with the power of the sun. Light enough to mount on a window with suction cups, and durable enough to mount permanently outdoors on a range of vehicles.

  • Uses the highest efficiency mono-crystalline solar technology
  • Super light weight and portable for added convenience
  • Semi-flexible panels for flat surface mount
  • Unbreakable protective plastic film coating


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Would this panel require a charge controller if left on my boat's starting battery between trips?

Would this panel require a charge controller if left on my boat's starting battery between trips?
Asked by: Byubob
If it's a standard size battery, like 50 AH or greater, then no charge controller needed. The current output is low enough that it would be practically impossible to overcharge.
Answered by: LEDEngineer
Date published: 2017-02-07

does it shut off when the battery is fully charged?

does it shut off when the battery is fully charged?
Asked by: jimbo
No, this is just a simple solar panel, with no controller or charging circuit. It will continue to provide full voltage to the battery as long as there is light.
Answered by: LEDEngineer
Date published: 2016-12-30
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3-Watt Semi-Flex Monocrystalline Solar Panel Battery Trickle Charger is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Durable and Useful This panel is about half the size of a piece of Letter size paper. It's semi-rigid, but will flex a bit to conform to something like a curved windshield. The flexibility also makes it super durable. The main connector is a 5.5 mm barrel-type power socket. It comes with a pair of aggie clips and a cigarette lighter plug. It's easy to make your own adapter since it uses a standard sized barrel plug. It's really designed for trickle charging an RV battery; at this low output, you can pretty much leave it permanently connected without fear of overcharging. I found that it does put out enough power to charge small devices too, such as smartphones, cameras and stuff that uses a USB charger, although at a slower rate. This would make it a good emergency panel to stick in a backpack. Maximum measured output current was 190 mA at 12.8 volts while charging an AGM cell. Setting the panel in a fixed optimum noon position (behind a windshield), I measured 850 mAH cumulative during a sunny winter day here at about 33 degrees N. That's plenty to keep a battery topped up. For charging small devices, I connected a 12v cigarette socket and used an OEM car charger for my smartphone. It charged fine, and actually was fairly speedy. From 0% (completely dead) to 20 percent in 30 minutes, more than enough for an emergency. In short, nice little panel for either RV trickle charge, or backpack / emergency use.
Date published: 2017-02-07
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