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  • Portable power source
  • Four outlets
  • Two USB power ports for charging cell phones, laptops and tablets
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Product Overview

The Wagan Tech Solar E-Power Cube gives you a portable power source. Charge up the internal battery with the fold-out and slide-out solar panels. You can also charge the unit with a home AC outlet or vehicle DC outlet. Then, run your AC, USB or DC devices from anywhere you need them.
  • 55 Ah AGM/Gel hybrid battery ideal for deep cycle applications
  • (5) 16-Watt (80-Watt built-in) mono-crystalline solar panels
  • 1500-Watt integrated power inverter
  • (2) 115-Volt AC outlets
  • (2) 12-Volt accessory outlets for powering DC appliances (loads up to 15 Amp)
  • 2 USB power ports for charging/operating cell phones, PDAs, MP3 players, laptops and tablet PCs
  • AC recharging adapter
  • DC recharging adapter (fused)
  • Digital LED display for checking the battery status
  • Additional separate solar panels and batteries can be connected for even more power

  • Solar Energy Components

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Solar E-Power Panel Cube



Panel Height (in.)
1.3 in
Panel length (in.)
Panel Width (in.)
8.2 in


Amperage (amps)
Low voltage audible alarm,Portable
Charge controller,Inverter
Number of Panels
Panel Material
Epitaxial Silicon Development
Panel weight (lb.)
Solar panel type
Voltage (v)
115 v
Voltage (volts)
Wattage (watts)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2 years (excluding battery)

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.3
    out of 12 reviews
  • 60% recommend this product
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I am in love with this device. It is awesome....
I am in love with this device. It is awesome.
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by Keith
  • Verified Purchase
I have one right now sitting on my back porch collecting dust. We have tried everything to get it...
I have one right now sitting on my back porch collecting dust. We have tried everything to get it to charge up and work. Nothing helps. We have replaced the battery. Unfortunately, my husband purchased this from a guy on our local craigslist. It's obvious he forgot to tell us all the details. At the time of purchase it worked --sort of. I notice the battery charge would not go very long. We were recharging it constantly.
by Gardenlady
    It doesn't work! The digital display reader doesn't work, so you cannot tell if it has a charge,...
    It doesn't work! The digital display reader doesn't work, so you cannot tell if it has a charge, if it has expended a charge, how much, etc! I bought it for emergency home use and charged it according to instructions 36 hours before Hurricane Irma hit. I have no idea if it charges, works, etc. Thankfully, we didn't lose power, but I have this relatively expensive solar generator that arrived broken!
    by PJ
    • Verified Purchase
    2 people found this helpful
    Portable Solar Generator
    Recommendated solar E Power Panel Cube to others to get ready for the Hurricane season
    by Kealoha
    • Verified Purchase
    • Recommended Product
    3 people found this helpful
    Poor Quality Device
    Progressive failures starting with the charger!!!!
    by JB
    Response from Wagan Customer ServiceAug 3, 2015
    We would love to hear what issue you are having with our Solar Cube. Please contact us at customerservice@wagan.com or 1.800.231.5806 wagan
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    1 person found this helpful
    easy solution to not being waterproof
    To make this usable with protection from sudden rain, simply use angle iron strips, weld them together so they have a slight pitch, then use the clear roof panels, the wavy one you can buy at Home Depot, secure them to the frame, and put a vent cap across the top like you would for a regular roof. The clear roof panels let all the light through, so they will work rain or shine under this type of cover. You could put two panels on a roof that gets full sun, and you will get maximum charging mid-day as both panels will get light until the sun goes down to the point the far panel goes dark. so with either this unit or larger panels ( that may not be water-proof) connected to the storage inverter it would be protected from water and work from just after sunrise to sunset. My roof ridge runs north to south, but if you have a south facing roof, they are better on that side. I have a 12 x 24 foot cottage, so that could possibly give you all the power you need in a small efficiency, or remote cabin. And not cost much at all. .If you can weld, then all you have is the cost of material.
    by nflawoods
    • DIY
    • Recommended Product
    15 people found this helpful
    good value, great power
    I bought this unit for work on remote areas of the farm, and it performs well. I sawed up several small trees using a 7 amp electric chainsaw, and it was still holding 10.5 volts. I used it all day powering several different types of electric tools (circular saw, drill, sump pump) and it never even got close to the low voltage range. It is heavy, but no problems encountered there. I like the fact that it has connections to add another battery and another solar panel.
    by RPCV
    • DIY
    • Recommended Product
    21 people found this helpful
    What they forgot to tell us
    You do not know until you get it that it is not water proof. I call the co. and asked them about and coldy told I would to have custom cover made for it. I could not find any company that could or would make one for me. So it sit in my FL room. I can not put outside and leave as we have rains that come when no one is expecting them including the weather people. So if I plan on leaving my house I have to bring it in as rain is almost a certainty from May to Nov so it would be destroyed. Sometimes the rain comes up so quick I would not have time to bring in before it got wet and would ruined. I can charge it with ac but if I do not have ac poser when the unit runns out juice i still in the dar. It is heavy about 88 lbs. I have spend many dollars trying to make something that would work but so far have not found it. Jim
    by pacdata
      31 people found this helpful
      Fun in the Sun - For Techies and Survivalists
      If you are out for a remote adventure or trying to live off the grid this is a great product. It is built well for a commercial product. I am a Ham Radio operator and it supplies plenty of quality power to run my radios, toast some bread, and pretty much anything but the air conditioner. Hooking up extra batteries or solar cells is easy if you need more capability.
      by Jeff
      • Verified Purchase
      • Recommended Product
      19 people found this helpful
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