20W 12V Solar System Kit : 20 Watt Polycrystalline Solar Panel&Battery Clips&3A Charge Controller

Package include: 1pcs 20w poly solar panel with 1m cable solar panel& 1pcs 3A 12V/24V solar charge controller&2m extension cable with battery clips

Related power: 20W

Voc: 21.6V

Vop: 18V

Short circuit current (Isc): 1.22A

Working current (Iop): 1.11A

Output Tolerance: ±3%

Temperate coefficient of Isc: (010+/- 0.01)%/ ℃

Temperate coefficient of Voc: – (0.38 +/-0.01)%/ ℃

Temperate coefficient of power Voc: -0.47%/℃

Temperature range: -40℃to +80℃

Frame: Heavy duty aluminum

Kind of connection: waterproof junction box, can be customized

Guarantee of power: 90% within 10 years 80% within 25 years

Kind of glass and its thickness: Low Iron, high transparency tempered glass of 3.2mm

SLA Battery Voltage:12V

Dimensions (L x W x H)mm: 539 × 351 x 19

Product Features

  • Can be applied to varies DC appliance, Ideal for everyday use.
  • High efficiency solar cells, small in size and easy to take.
  • Water-proof solar panel with long lasting aluminum frame provides over 20 years lifespan.
  • 3A 12V/24V PWM charge controller, overcharge and over discharge protection for the battery.
  • Battery clips with 2m extension wire, easy and convenient for operation.

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3 Responses to 20W 12V Solar System Kit : 20 Watt Polycrystalline Solar Panel&Battery Clips&3A Charge Controller

  1. Stan says:

    It’s Great Hobby At Low Cost Plus It’s Also For Education Project And Take It With You I bought it to try it out, DC House also got sale through me, Al; owner of home solar installer, had bought 25 watt solar panel. Through my Amp Meter, it produce nearly 1/3 higher reading than Harbor Freights 15 watt $65 solar panel, without charging controller, is more than twice of size and weight than this small 20 watt solar panel (Around 5 pounds). Made with real Aluminium frame and Glass, not plastic. All of DC wiring from panel to battery clamps is 16 Gauge, is more than enough for 20…

  2. John A. says:

    So far, so good The panel itself is well built and putting out enough power to charge a 50 A/h deep cycle battery between camping trips. Granted that I never entirely discharge it, but it’s good that I don’t have to carry a battery up the mountain and back after every few trips to take it home to charge it like we used to have to do.The actual rating on the sticker on the panel says 25 watts, not the 20 watts as in the item description. The charge controller is questionable quality though…

  3. Max Riddick says:

    Good unit with a few minor issues