Nature Power 120-Watt Briefcase Solar Panels

Catalog Item # 90096

Keep your batteries charged using the power of the sun while camping boating or at your vacation cabin with the Nature Power Briefcase Solar Panels.

The two monocrystalline solar panels easily fold into the size of a briefcase. The sturdy aluminum frame is built to withstand rugged use while the integrated handle provides convenient transport and storage. The tilt mount allows you to set up the panels at the optimal angle to collect the sun's rays. Kit includes the necessary adapters to utilize the factory-installed solar input port on most RVs; a charge controller attached to the panels; and battery clamps. Maximum power: 2 x 60 watt. Designed for 12-volt charging systems. Dimensions: 45.1''L x 33.6''W x 3''D (open); 22.4''L x 33.6''W x 3''D (closed). Weight: 33 lbs.

  • Charge batteries using the power of the sun
  • Perfect for camping boating or at the cabin
  • Two monocrystalline solar panels; aluminum frame
  • Panels easily fold into the size of a briefcase
  • Tilt mount lets you optimize angle of panels
  • Carry bag not included

  • Technical Specifications

    33 lbs.

    Camper's Choice Rating

    Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 2 reviews (5 Based on 2 Reviews)

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    Pros
    • Easy To Setup And Use (1)
    Cons
    • Solar Sufaces Are Exposed To The Exterior When Folded Up (1)

    Works perfectly for me

    by Jim Goodenough – January 28, 2018
    5 out of 5 stars

    Supplies about 10 amps to my coach. I love it that I have a quiet way to charge rather than use my generators.

    Very nice and quiet

    by Jim – March 12, 2018
    4 out of 5 stars

    Nice to have during the daylight to charge batteries compared to a generator running and making noise.

    The charge controller is a 3 stage unit using PWM(Pulse Width Modulation).
    by Camping World – March 01, 2018
    by Anonymous – August 01, 2017
    Yes, a charge controller is included.
    by Camping World – August 02, 2017
    Yes, the charge controller has a blocking-diode that prevents the batteries from discharging back through the solar panel.
    by Camping World – June 13, 2017

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