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Solar Panels

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Drivetech 4X4 1.5W Trickle Charge Solar Panel
Redarc 120W Monocrystalline Folding Solar Panel Kit - SPFP1120-K
Redarc 200W Monocrystalline Folding Solar Panel - SPFP1200
Redarc 120W Monocrystalline Folding Solar Panel - SPFP1120
Redarc 50W Monocrystalline Fixed Solar Panel - SMSP1050
Projecta Solar Panel 1.5W Amorphous - SPA100
Redarc 80W Monocrystalline Fixed Solar Panel - SMSP1080

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Drivetech 4x4 60W Semi-Flexible Solar Panel - DTSPF60
Drivetech 4x4 80W Semi-Flexible Solar Panel - DTSPF80
Redarc 180W Monocrystalline Fixed Solar Panel - Slimline - SMSP1180
Drivetech 4x4 110W Semi-Flexible Solar Panel - DTSPF110
Drivetech 4x4 160W Semi-Flexible Solar Panel - DTSPF160
Projecta 15W Personal Folding Solar Panel with Power Bank - PP15
Projecta 10W Personal Folding Solar Panel with Solar Charger - PP10
Projecta Solar Panel Fixed Polycrystalline 12V 60W - SPP60
Redarc 120W Monocrystalline Rigid Solar Panel - SMRP1120
Redarc 200W Monocrystalline Folding Solar Panel Kit - SPFP1200-K
Projecta 12V 5W Battery Maintainer Solar Panel - SPA5
Projecta 12V 10W Battery Maintainer Solar Panel - SPA10
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Fixed Solar Panels & Flexible Solar Panels

There are now 2 types of solar panel you can use to generate electricity. The older solid panels that sit in or on a frame or the newer flexible panel that can be bent around a surface and stuck in place with a silicone adhesive or double sided tape. You can put a zipper on it or mount it with eyelets a ropes. The trick is not to crease it or put a hard edge bend in it.

The panels main function is to convert sun light to electricity. The reason you have them is to charge a battery and the battery normal powers an inverter so you can run electrical items in your caravan, campervan or 4 wheel drive.

Basic Solar Panel Layout For Vehicles & Campers

Popular Questions Asked

What are the different types of Solar Panels?

The 3 different types of solar panel are:

  • Polycrystalline - Solid. Cost effective but affected by high temperatures. Efficiency 15 to 17%
  • Monocrystalline - Solid. More expensive, uses less space. Efficiency Over 20%
  • Thin film - Flexible. Withstands high temperatures and is light weight. Less durable than the other 2. Efficiency 6 to 15%

Do Solar Panels come in kits and what is in them?

You can get kits, which if you have no solar at all is a good way to start. These come with everything you need and include the solar panel or panels, charge controller/regulator and all cabling.

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