Where is the best place to equip Sungold’s LVP series foldable solar panel ?
If you’re going RV camping, on a picnic, or even an unexpected power outage. The foldable solar panel LVP2-180W can be used for most of your basic outdoor appliances and electronics power supply. It can also be your reliable backup power source when you need electricity in special situations.
How to install and use LVP series foldable solar panel ?
The product has a stand on the back, you just need to open the stand and place it on any ground. With just a few seconds of setup, you can generate electricity from sunlight.
Are foldable solar panel LVP2-180W durable?
Absolutely! Anti-aging material handle, anti-corrosion metal bracket, using ETFE as the surface outer membrane.Ensure that the product has good corrosion resistance and anti-aging ability.
What are the wiring specifications?
The wiring configuration is separate from the plug connection. We designed it in two sizes, alligator clips or small Anderson connectors. Both connectors cover all your basic usage scenarios.
Are foldable solar panel LVP2-180W any good?
Folding Solar Panel LVP2-180W are convenient, practical, and portable, but they do need full sun exposure to best charge devices. The best use for folding solar panels is for any outdoor activity where you need access to electricity but the sun is your only choice.
What can a 180W foldable solar panel power?
A 180 Watt foldable solar panel can be used to charge 12 Volt battery. If you already have an inverter battery at home, then you need to install solar panels of double the size of battery capacity to enable uninterrupted power supply.
Is 180 watt foldable solar panel good?
The foldable solar panel is very powerful and is very suitable for charging batteries and solar generators on the boat, gazebos or camping. It is weatherproof and waterproof and can therefore be permanently mounted. The 180 W foldable solar panel has a universal MC4 output.
How long will a 180W foldable solar panel take to charge a 100Ah battery?
In general, a 100Ah deep-cycle lead-acid battery would require 180 watts of solar panel to fully recharge from 50% Depth of Discharge (DOD) assuming 4.2 peak-sun-hours per day. It would take 8 hours to fully recharge with a clear sky.