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Nature Power 5-Watt Semi-Flex Monocrystalline Solar Panel 12-Volt Battery Maintainer
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Nature Power

5-Watt Semi-Flex Monocrystalline Solar Panel 12-Volt Battery Maintainer

  • Flexible but strong
  • Water and weather resistant
  • Recharges 12-volt batteries
$59.97 /each

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Wafer thin, lightweight, and able to 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-flexible Panels 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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can i charge a lithium 12 vdc battery with a solar panel #56802

Asked by: sako
Probably not. Even the newer automotive lithium batteries have protection circuits that will disconnect the battery if they sense a voltage over the alternator voltage, which is usually about 14.5 v. Now if you have a charger that accepts a nominal 12v input, and has a regulated output designed specifically for charging lithium batteries, then you can use that to charge it.
Answered by: LEDEngineer
Date published: 2017-01-11

can i use to run my table fan

Asked by: vick
How much voltage does you fan need in order to operate?
Answered by: Nature Power Expert
Date published: 2016-11-29

can i charge a lithium battery with solar panel

can I charge a 12 v lithium engine start battery 7-9ah 120cca with a 5-watt semi flex monocrystalline solar panel 12- volt battery maintainer #56802
Asked by: sako
Hello sako, According to the sight the solar panel will serve as a trickle charger for a 12v battery. Below I've included an excerpt from the manufacturer page on choosing the correct battery for use with the panel. FROM NATUREPOWERPRODUCTS: SELECTING THE CORRECT BATTERY Nature Power does not offer batteries. However, please choose a 12 Volt rechargeable battery. Do not attempt to recharge non-rechargeable batteries. 6 Volt battery configurations may also be used if connected in series (Negative to Positive). You may choose a Sealed Lead Acid battery, a Gel-Cell or a Deep Cycle 12 Volt battery. Batteries come in all different sizes, please converse with your battery dealer for more information on which type of battery you should use for your system. Note your solar panel amperage rating when selecting your battery size. I hope this helps. Cheers, Chris
Answered by: ChrisFixit
Date published: 2017-01-05
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Customer Reviews

5-Watt Semi-Flex Monocrystalline Solar Panel 12-Volt Battery Maintainer is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple Solution to keeping Trailer Battery Charged I installed this on my trailer roof and will see when I get home from visiting family if my battery is fully charged. It's a great idea to keep your RV or other recreation use batteries charged up, which also extends the battery life. Made of flexible material that is strong enough to walk on. I will experiment on the best place to permanently install it based on how much sun hits certain areas. I plan to get one for my son for his camper. Nothing worse than a dead battery.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great idea! Already using solar panels for our home, this little panel makes great sense for our camper. So far it has kept the battery powered even though we have not had the panel for very long.
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Durable, Good for Projects This is a basic, unregulated solar panel. Some markings on the package indicate that it can be flexed up to 20 degrees, although other markings in the package say "do not bend panel." In practice, it will flex slightly - about 3/8" in the center - with about the same stiffness as a piece of corrugated cardboard. The construction is thick plastic and is definitely tough. The wiring is protected by a connection "block" that also has a blue LED that illuminates in ambient light. The main connector is a standard barrel plug, 5.5mm. It comes with a male 12v cigarette lighter plug, and a set of large alligator clips that are big enough to fit automotive battery posts. Open circuit voltage is about 21 volts. I achieved a maximum output of 4.1 watts - 320 mA at 12.85 volts - using some newer AGM batteries. Output varied down to 90 mA as the panel was angled from optimum to flat. The high voltage and available current, combined with lack of regulation and/or charge controller, makes this unsuitable for semi-permanent connection to a lead-acid battery. It will overcharge if left connected long enough. It does work great however for charging small devices. It works great with 12v to USB chargers and I was able to charge various items like cell phones, laptops (albeit slowly) and rechargeable flashlights easily. When charging a phone, the charge rate was similar to using a wall charger; I was able to charge my phone from 5% to 80% in a couple of hours of afternoon sun. Maximum output while charging various small devices was 3.8 W. This would be great for backpacking, camping or emergency use. Cost is rather high compared to similarly rated panels, but this one is definitely built tough.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It Works This 5 watt Semi-Flexible Solar Module does charge my 10 ah Power Sport Battery, with ease. I plug in the cigarette adapter (connector) and forget about it....Keeps the battery charged without over charging.
Date published: 2016-01-12
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