ECO-WORTHY 10W PV Polycrystalline Solar Panel System kit W/ 3A Charge Controller & 30A Battery Clips

Package include :
1. 1 piece 10W poly solar panel with 1 meter cable
2. 1 piece 3A 12/24V solar charge controller
3. 1 pair 30A battery clips with 2m extension cable

Related power: 10W
Voc: 20.6V
Short circuit current (Isc): 0.69A
Working current (Iop): 0.58A
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: 337 ×204 x 18

Product Features

  • Can be applied to varies DC appliance, Ideal for everyday use
  • Less than 2kgs, 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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2 Responses to ECO-WORTHY 10W PV Polycrystalline Solar Panel System kit W/ 3A Charge Controller & 30A Battery Clips

  1. Eric Smith says:

    Great solar kit, but cheap wires. NOT waterproof The solar panel and the charge controller itself work great. The wires are junk, wasting 10-20% of the total solar power and causing charging issues. The charge controller is not waterproof or even water resistant, and it takes patience to attach wires to the green connector. Otherwise, the charger works well. Rather than return it, I fixed these problems for about 15 dollars.Actual specs:I measured this unit putting 1.4 amps into my low car battery on a sunny day in…

  2. Tracy P. says:

    Here’s how I made a solar powered shed with int/ext lighting and 110v power using this panel: My yard needed light, and my shed needed lighting/power. So I used these parts below to make a solar powered shed. My 2 yard lights run dusk to dawn (car battery handles that 20 watt load without stressing it) and light up WELL an area 20′ out from shed, with enough light to see a person/animal another 30′ at least. Been going for a month now with no issues even with my girls sleeping in the shed multiple nights using interior lights and power inverter. I’m gonna copy this for my 12′ enclosed…