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If you’re looking for a convenient and portable power solution, the Renogy 100W Monocrystaline Foldable Solar Suitcase is an ideal choice. The Renogy 100 Watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline Portable Solar Suitcase is an entire solar power system incorporated into one small package. Weighing in at about 26.60 lbs., this lightweight suitcase includes two 50 Watt Monocrystalline Solar Panels, one 20 Amp waterproof Voyager Charge Controller with an LCD Screen for power regulation, one 10ft tray cable with alligator clips for easy connection to the battery, and a protective casing for safe portability. The Renogy 100 Watt Solar Suitcase will make charging on the go as easy as 1-2-3! If you have any questions regarding this product, please call us at 1 (800) 330-8678 or email sales@renogy.com.

Product Features

  • Adjustable, corrosion-resistant aluminum stand as well as a heavy duty handle and latches for longevity. Folded size: 19.9 x 27.2 x 2.8 inches. Ideal output: 500 watt hours per day (depends on sunlight availability).
  • Compatible with gel, sealed, lithium, and flooded batteries. Included temperature sensor allows you to monitor with ease. Charge controller with LCD display for displaying operating information and data.
  • 20A built-in 5-stage solar charge controller provides overcharge protection, reducing fire risk.
  • Negative-ground charge controller for compatibility with your RV, boat, trailer, etc.
  • The low-voltage system avoids electric shock hazards.

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2 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Best Value for Portable Solar I bought this to charge the deep cycle battery on my RV and to charge the Duracell Powerpack 600 (26ah AGM battery inside) when car camping, which runs an ARB portable fridge and some other smaller items. I tested it recently at sea level on a 65 degree no clouds day in TX and I was quite pleased to see peak outputs of 7 amps from the panel when I really loaded up the battery. Later I disconnected the battery from the panels and depleted it to around 40%. After reconnecting, it was near fully…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Worked until a wire came loose (UPDATE: 9/15/14) I have moderate expectations for anything Solar. Everything depends on the sun and the weather.I ordered this suitcase solar panel to charge the chassis and house batteries in my class-b motorhome when parked at a campsite for an extended duration.The roof of the class-b has very little room available for a solar panel. Besides, I don’t have a ladder in my class-b van so it would’ve been hard to adjust the angle of a solar panel mounted on the roof for maximum effectiveness…

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