Solar Panels


Charging a battery bank in an RV, and offsetting the utility power consumption of a building are two very different uses for solar panels.  The operating conditions and system demands are nothing alike.  Mass produced grid-tied panels aren’t designed for the unique challenges of the RV environment. 

Solar panels for RVs need operating voltages high enough to overcome losses from high cell temperatures and long cable runs, yet low enough to efficiently charge 12 volt battery banks.  The panels need to be able to connect to each other in parallel and not drag down the entire system when exposed to partial shading.  Unique mounting conditions, road vibrations and freeway speed winds dictate that the panels should have a small footprint with narrow dimensions to avoid roof obstructions like refrigerator and air conditioner vents. Our solar panels are designed specifically to meet these needs with the RVer mind.  

SP100 Solar Panel
239.99

This is one of the the most efficient RV solar panels you can buy. Because of its high output per square foot, it is ideal for tight spaces.
Wattage:  100W
Type:  Back Contact Monocrystalline
Operating Voltage: 17.7Vmpp
Size:  41.0" x 20.9" x 1.38"  14.5lbs
Frame:  Silver Anodized Aluminum
Connection Type:  MC4

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SF100 Solar Panel
134.99 144.99

A more cost effective alternative to the GS100, this kit delivers the same wattage in a slightly larger footprint.
Wattage:  100W
Type:  Monocrystalline
Operating Voltage: 18.0Vmpp
Size:  47.4" x 21.3" x 1.38"
Frame:  Silver Anodized Aluminum
Connection Type:  MC4

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SF160 Solar Panel
219.99

Similar to the SF100 but uses 6" cells, this panel is ideal for large systems where there is ample roof space.
Wattage:  160W
Type:  Monocrystalline
Operating Voltage:  18.0V
Size:  58.3" x 26.7" x 1.38"
Frame:  Silver Anodized Aluminum
Connection Type:  MC4

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BEFORE YOU BUY:  Know that a solar panel alone will not give you usable power.  You will need mounts, cables, a combiner box, a charge controller, fuses/breakers, lugs, batteries and sometimes an inverter system.  Also, most installations require several solar panels.  For example, to offset a residential refrigerator we recommend a minimum of three solar panels.  Unless you are familiar with the technology and its capabilities please read through the DIY Instructions portion of our website to determine if this is the solution you are looking for, and don’t be afraid to contact our Tech Support team.