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Model # RNG-175DB-H

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175-Watt 12-Volt Extremely Flexible Ultra-Thin and Light Weight Monocrystalline Solar Panel for RVs and Boats

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Product Overview

Meet the Renogy 175-Watt Flexible Solar Panel, the culmination of cutting-edge technology and precision. This ultra-lightweight panel can achieve up to an incredible 248° arc of flexibility thanks to advanced solar cell technology and lamination techniques. At 6.2 lbs., this panel weighs 70% less than its standard counterpart and is less than 5% as thick. Easy to transport and install, this solar panel can be affixed to uneven surfaces, making it ideal for airstreams, campers, and boats. The ultra-lightweight design allows for incredibly simple storage, transport, and installation.
  • Flex range of up to 248°, this panel is capable of meeting a wide range of applications where standard panels can be inconvenient to mount, such as on the curved roof of an airstream
  • Thanks to advanced polymer materials, this product weighs 70% less than conventional solar panels, making transportation and installation a breeze
  • Discreet and thin, the Renogy 160-Watt lightweight panel is only a tenth of an inch thick, approximately 95% thinner than its rigid counterpart, this panel is ideal for a stealthy solar setup
  • Rigorously tested, the 175-Watt panel is designed to withstand extreme wind of up to 2400Pa and snow loads of up to 5400Pa

Product Overview

Model #: RNG-175DB-H
Internet #: 312717894

Meet the Renogy 175-Watt Flexible Solar Panel, the culmination of cutting-edge technology and precision. This ultra-lightweight panel can achieve up to an incredible 248° arc of flexibility thanks to advanced solar cell technology and lamination techniques. At 6.2 lbs., this panel weighs 70% less than its standard counterpart and is less than 5% as thick. Easy to transport and install, this solar panel can be affixed to uneven surfaces, making it ideal for airstreams, campers, and boats. The ultra-lightweight design allows for incredibly simple storage, transport, and installation.

  • Flex range of up to 248°, this panel is capable of meeting a wide range of applications where standard panels can be inconvenient to mount, such as on the curved roof of an airstream
  • Thanks to advanced polymer materials, this product weighs 70% less than conventional solar panels, making transportation and installation a breeze
  • Discreet and thin, the Renogy 160-Watt lightweight panel is only a tenth of an inch thick, approximately 95% thinner than its rigid counterpart, this panel is ideal for a stealthy solar setup
  • Rigorously tested, the 175-Watt panel is designed to withstand extreme wind of up to 2400Pa and snow loads of up to 5400Pa

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Included Charge controller,Electrical wire No Additional Items Included Charge controller,Electrical wire,Inverter
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Specifications

Dimensions

Panel Height (in.)
59.2
Panel Width (in.)
0.08
Panel length (in.)
26.5

Details

Amperage (amps)
8.75
Application
Back-Up Power,Boat,Cabin,RV,Shed,Vehicle
Features
Flexible,Outdoor,Weatherproof
Included
No Additional Items Included
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Number of Panels
1
Panel Material
Monocrystalline Silicon
Panel weight (lb.)
6.2
Returnable
180-Day
Solar panel type
Monocrystalline
Voltage (v)
12 v
Wattage (watts)
175 W

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 year material and workmanship warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Panel Height (in.)
59.2
Panel Width (in.)
0.08
Panel length (in.)
26.5

Details

Amperage (amps)
8.75
Application
Back-Up Power,Boat,Cabin,RV,Shed,Vehicle
Features
Flexible,Outdoor,Weatherproof
Included
No Additional Items Included
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Number of Panels
1
Panel Material
Monocrystalline Silicon
Panel weight (lb.)
6.2
Returnable
180-Day
Solar panel type
Monocrystalline
Voltage (v)
12 v
Wattage (watts)
175 W

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 year material and workmanship warranty

Questions & Answers

If I want to attach this to the roof of my RV, can I simply use some type of exterior grade construction adhesive?

Asked by: Steve
I don't know anything special about these panels, but are you sure it is OK to glue them to the roof if the roof you have happens to be a rubber roof glued down over (most likely) a plywood deck? I just wonder if something tugged on the panel if it could peel away the roof membrane? I think if you have a solid fiberglass roof like many newer RVs glueable panels seem like the way to go. But if its a rubber roof I might be more comfortable mounting a rigid panel.
Answered by: WesJersey
Date published: 2019-08-19

what are the dimensions and weight

what are the dimensions and weight
Asked by: Pete
The dimensions are 23.7" x 19.6" x 1.2", and the weight is 8.8 pounds.
Answered by: FishFool
Date published: 2019-08-19

Could this 100w panel on a bicycle trailer supplementally maintain a 36v Ebike for increasing ran...

Could this 100w panel on a bicycle trailer supplementally maintain a 36v Ebike for increasing range and what kind of charge controller could be used?
Asked by: Ebikeobsession
You have to do the math. Assuming that you are already pulling the trailer (and not adding one just to drag around a solar panel) you would have to look at the charging watts or amps. (amps X Voltage= watts). 100 watts at 12 volts is 5.2 amps. Convert it to 36 volts and its 1/3 of that. How does that compare to the amperage of your motor? Or the charger? And don't forget that most of the time it might not be ideally pointed to the sun. But, you might well get significant extra milage out of the battery with a 100 watt panel charging it all day.
Answered by: WesJersey
Date published: 2019-05-29

I plan to mount multiple 100 watt flexible panels on the canvas Bimini top of my boat. Do have an...

I plan to mount multiple 100 watt flexible panels on the canvas Bimini top of my boat. Do have any recommendations on how to attach the panels? Other panels allow for a zipper to be sewn onto the panel, allowing the panel to be zippered onto the canvas. Can this be done?
Asked by: George
I had a shop sew Velcro to the bimini canvas and used stick on for the panels and tied them to the awning frame for an extra measure.....6 yrs. and never a problem
Answered by: Bob
Date published: 2019-05-12
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