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Nature Power

Model 55040

Internet #203913814

40-Watt Folding Monocrystalline Solar Panel for 12-Volt Charging

$229.41 /each

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40-Watt Folding Solar Panel allows you to take advantage of a free energy from the sun to power your electronics and 12-Volt batteries. Solar panels offer an environmentally friendly alternative to keeping all your gadgets fully juiced. It uses rugged monocrystalline solar panels but its folding design conveniently allows for it to be a fraction of the size of a traditional solar panel. Fully extended this solar panel measures (L) 51.2 in. x (W) 16.5 in. x (H) 0.2 in. and when folded it is only 16.5 in. x 10.6 in. x 2 in. making it very easy to travel with or store out of the way. O-rings in the corners of the solar panel are for mounting the panel or even clipping to a backpack or bag while hiking. The 40-Watt Folding Solar Panel is weatherproof and includes 10 various make and model laptop adapters and a clamp for use with 12-Volt batteries. Note that this product requires the use of a charge controller (sold separately) to protect your batteries and electronics from overcharging.

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How to connect this solar panel to a rechargable portable power station.

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June 17, 2016
I have a Black and Decker electromate 400 it has a deep cycle 12v battery.. How can I use this solar panel to recharge it?
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June 20, 2016
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Connect your solar panel to your charge controller. Then connect your charge controller to your deep cycle batteries.
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Preliminary review. I have had this solar panel for a week or so and haven't had a chance to use it yet. I have tested it in the sun and found that I was getting 17.5 volts DC (no load), and that is what it is suppose to be according to the manual. I can't wait to put it to use and see in reality how well it performs. Stay tuned, I will revisit this review in the future. March 22, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Solar battery charger Grommets on top of unit not same as previous unit purchased from same manufacturer. Different panel structure also. Works just as well, very efficient collects energy in closed greenhouse. Battery clamps also different from previous purchased unit but are sufficient for optimal use. December 17, 2013
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