Looking for the perfect off-grid product? Well look no further! Renogy is excited to bring you solar and portability.
This portable solar panel is perfect for the adventurous traveler; providing both convenience and dependability when venturing off the grid. The Renogy 100W Solar Suitcase comes with two 50W Monocrystalline Solar Panels; one 15in set of wires with solar connectors; and one protective soft case for safe portability. With its adjustable aluminum stand; latches; and heavy duty handle; this 100W Solar Suitcase will change the way the world looks at portable power.
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- Excellent performance in low-light environments.
- Adjustable corrosion resistant aluminum stand; heavy duty handle and latches for longevity.
- Protective casing.
- Designed for expansion; you can add panels to the the system based on your available space.
Renogy 100 Watt Mono Foldable Solar Suitcase w/o Controller
|Renogy 100 Watt Foldable Solar Suitcase (w/o Controller)|
|Maximum Power: 100W||Open-Circuit Voltage (Voc): 21.6V|
|Maximum Operating Voltage (Vmp): 18.0V||Short-Circuit Current (Isc): 6.16A|
|Maximum Operating Current (Imp): 5.56A||Operating Temperature: -40°F to +185°F|
|Weight:27.05lbs||Folded Dimension: 19.9 x 27.2 x 2.8 inches|
25-year power output warranty: 5 year/95% efficiency rate; 10 year/90% efficiency rate; 25-year/80% efficiency rate
3-year material and workmanship warranty
|Accessories||1-year material warranty|
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100 Watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline Foldable Solar Suitcase
Bought to charge up my solar power station. The unit works very well, often putting in upwards of 76 watts, which I regard as being very good for winter here in the UK. It's well built and fits nicely into the carry case. The legs are sturdy enough and hold the angle nicely in place. I've only used it for testing so far, so can't comment on the durability, but I can't see that it will be an issue. The negative side is the clips used to hold the unit closed. The actual bar has had to be stretched so far that they come out of their holes, this is mostly due to the fixing rivets sitting too high. A pair of pliers to bend the opening on the clip solved this and my clips now work well. I have mentioned this to customer support and hopefully they will do something about it as the clips do spoil and otherwise excellent product.
I purchased this suitcase panel so that we could use it as a camping panel in the first instance and then later as a more permanent off-grid set-up. It's a lot heavier than a flexible 100w but much more hard-wearing and long-lived. It pulls enough energy (sometimes over 100W) on most summer days to re-charge my Poweroak AC50S during camping but also will be sturdy enough to add to a more permanent, home base, set up in the future. If you need a lighter set-up, then you'd be better off buying a flexible 100w panel but that would have a shorter life-span. If you need a permanent panel, then a better buy would be a simple 100w glass panel (this one is made up of two 50w glass panels) but it would be difficult to use on the move. If, like me, you want a panel that can do both then this suitcase set-up is probably the best option. Highly recommended for being so flexible.
I use this for fishing alittle on the heavy side but what can you expect from a well made panel. The hard case is a good addition keeps it clean and protected. It pulls a brilliant currant even on the cloudy days. Well worth the money glad i made the right decision to pay alittle extra as there are cheaper panels out there but there nothing compared to the build quality of this