Q: Will the solar panel still work if it is partly cloudy or overcast?
Yes, TF 290W solar Panel are designed with patented materials for long-lasting durability. This solar panel can withstand unpredictable weather conditions.
Q: Why does your 290W solar Panel only provide 270W output? Shouldn’t it be marketed as a 270W panel?
TF flexible solar panel specifications are obtained in a laboratory environment (near-perfect environment for solar panels to generate electricity). There are a number of factors that may undermine the group’s performance.
Examples include humidity, air pollution, cloud cover and obstruction from the sun. There is a certain loss rate, ranging from 70%-80% of the power output.
Q:Can this 290W solar Panel connect directly to the camper battery via an adapter?
Absolutely! I also have this on my travel trailer. The DC interface output is 18V and you may need a charge controller depending on what comes with your camper.
However, I’m sure the connectors can be modified to fit your RV. Keep in mind the wattage and voltage rating of the panel and whether it will fit properly into your RV solar system DC to AC converter.
Q:Flexible 290W solar panels should be considered in the following situations？
Flexible solar panels are more lightweight and adaptable to irregular surfaces compared to traditional rigid panels. Therefore, they are a good choice for installations with limited space or complex shapes.
Mobile applications like camping, boats, and RVs.
Non-traditional building integration.
Low-power needs with flexibility.
Art and design projects.
Environmental adaptability in high-wind areas.
Note that flexible panels are less efficient and durable than rigid ones. Choose based on your specific requirements and conditions.
Q:Why can you trust sungold 290W solar Panel products?
Sungold solar was established in 2008, and is a one of the leading manufacture of solar panels suppliers.
Sungold solar focuses on manufacturing solar panels and keeps innovating processes. The products use specially developed patented materials and the latest solar cell technology to achieve higher conversion efficiency.
Q:Why flexible solar panels are 290w instead of 300w solar panel?
Flexible solar panels typically have slightly lower wattage ratings compared to their rigid counterparts due to several factors related to their design and manufacturing process. The wattage of a solar panel is a measure of its power output under standard test conditions (STC), which include a specific amount of sunlight, temperature, and other variables.
Here are some reasons why flexible solar panels might have a wattage rating of 290w solar panel instead of 300W:
Efficiency and Material Constraints: Flexible solar panels often use different materials and technologies compared to rigid panels. These materials may have slightly lower energy conversion efficiency, which can result in a lower wattage output for the same size panel.