Hello Steve, Thank you for reaching out and your interest in Renogy. The Renogy 175-watt Flexible panels have the following Dimensions: 59.2x26.5x0.08 inches. Please contact us if you have any other questions, have a great day.
Hello Michael, Thank you for reaching out and your interest in Renogy. Unfortunately, the panels are only intended to be flexible along the length of the body of the panel but will not be flexible along the width. Please contact us with any other questions, have a great day.
Hello Elaine, Thank you for reaching out and your interest in Renogy. Our flexible solar panels are not known to fail in the manner described in your question. We do offer a strong 5-year material warranty and 25-year output warranty on our flexible panels, please let me know if you have questions or concerns, have a wonderful day.
Hello Oriane, We thank you for reaching out and we apologize for the lack of information, our Renogy flexible solar panels do feature grommet holes. However, we do recommend using industrial adhesive when mounting these solar panels in a mobile application. Please contact us if you have any follow up questions, have a wonderful day.
Hello, Thank you for reaching out and your interest in Renogy. Unfortunately, this solar panel would not be enough to keep up with the consumption of your Air Conditioner. Please keep in mind that if you will be powering A/C loads it is important to take the rated watts of each load and divide it by the operational voltage of your battery bank. For example, a 200-watt A/C load divided by 12-volts equals an hourly amperage consumption of 16-17 amps per hour. You can now take the amperage consumption (16-17 amps) and multiply it by your load's approximate runtime and this will equal the necessary amount of amp hours. 17 amps multiplied by a runtime of 2 hours equals 34 amp-hours. Please contact us if you have any follow up questions, have a wonderful day,
Hello Jay, We would recommend an MPPT charge controller, if you plan to expand your solar system, it would be best to consider a 30-amp or 40-amp MPPT charge controller. The 40-amp charge controller, will be able to accept up to 520-watts while maintaining a 12-volt battery bank.
Hello Dan, We would not recommend connecting a solar panel directly to a battery. We always recommend considering a Renogy charge controller to ensure your batteries are maintained at the appropriate parameters. Please contact us with any other questions, have a wonderful day.
Thank you for the question! While you could put the panel in the window be aware that most home windows will have polarizing layers to block most of the UV and non visible spectrum light that the panel needs to produce power. It would produce but at a reduced capacity. To get the best production from the panel it would need unobstructed access to sunlight. Thank you, M.S.
Thank you for the question! If the Ecoflow station has its own charge controller and can handle 100w then it should be able to be used with the Ecoflow station. If you have any further questions please let us know. Thank you, M.S.
Hello, You may connect solar panels of different rated values together, however, there is a chance of experiencing some power loss. Parallel connections are advised when connecting 100-watt and 50-watt panels together. Please contact us with any other questions, have a wonderful day.