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The Renogy 100W Eclipse Solar Suitcase is a convenient and portable power solution. The Renogy 100 Watt 12 Volt Eclipse Solar Suitcase is an entire solar power system incorporated into one compact package. Built with the most efficient monocrystalline solar cells that Renogy has to offer, this power unit weighs a mere 20. 3 lbs. This lightweight suitcase includes two 50 Watt Monocrystalline Solar Panels, one 20 Amp Voyager Charge Controller with an LCD Screen for power regulation, one 10ft tray cable with alligator clips for easy connection to the battery, and protective casing for safe portability. This Eclipse Suitcase is perfect for the customer who is not looking for a permanent or semi-permanent installation. Equipped with a carrying handle, sturdy fold out legs that allow for varying degrees of tilt, and industry standard latches, this suitcase is a great off-grid companion!

Product Features

  • Compatible with gel, sealed, Lithium, and flooded batteries.
  • Excellent performance in low-light environments, alligator clips for ease of connection. German-made Solar cells. Protective casing. The low-voltage system avoids electric shock hazards.
  • Adjustable, Corrosion-Resistant aluminum stand as well as a heavy duty handle and latches for longevity.
  • Negative-ground charge controller for compatibility with your RV, boat, trailer, etc. Charge controller with LCD display and fully adjustable PARAMETER settings. 20A built-in 5-stage Solar charge controller provides overcharge protection, reducing Fire risk.
  • Panels: 25-year power output: 5 Year/95% efficiency rate, 10 Year/90% efficiency rate, 25-year/80% efficiency rate 3-year material and workmanship.

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2 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Eclipse Suitcase vs. the original Solar Suitcase (Edit:1/2019) I purchased the original 100w Renogy Solar Suitcase with controller a few years ago. I have used it many times for camping in my small van RV. It has been a very valuable resource in my trips. I have been able to camp in crowded areas without having to turn on my noisy generator. I built an extra battery bank with a 1500 watt inverter to power my microwave, computer and other AC electronics. The suitcase has been an excellent source of alternate power for my trips. I can easily keep my…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Doing What I Thought It Would Do

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