Renogy 100W 12V Monocrystalline Off Grid Portable Foldable 2pcs 50W Solar Panel Suitcase Built-in Kickstand
- 【Reliable】excellent performance in low-light environments. Adjustable corrosion resistant aluminum stand, heavy duty handle and latches for longevity. Protective case.
- 【Expandable】designed for expansion, you can add panels to system based on your available space.
- 【Efficient】 ideal output 500 Watt hours per day (depends on sunlight availability). Solar cells performance excellent in weak light environment and yield better energy over the long run.
- 【Portable 】convenient storage case for easy transportation. Operating Temperature: -40°F to +185°F
- 【Package includes】 Renogy 100 watt mono foldable Solar suitcase
Product detailsSize:100W Panel
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 175.51 x 15.49 x 128.27 cm; 5.81 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 27 June 2018
- Manufacturer : Renogy
- ASIN : B00LXG4AXS
- Item Model Number : RNG-KIT-STCS100D-NC
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Renogy 100 Watts Foldable Solar Suitcase (without Controller)
Looking for the perfect off-grid product? Well look no further! Renogy is excited to bring you solar and portability.
This portable solar panel is perfect for the adventurous traveler, providing both convenience and dependability when venturing off the grid. The Renogy 100W Solar Suitcase comes with two 50W Monocrystalline Solar Panels, one 15in set of wires with MC4 connectors, and one protective soft case for safe portability. With its adjustable aluminum stand, latches, and heavy duty handle, this 100W Solar Suitcase will change the way the world looks at portable power.
Renogy 100 Watts Foldable Solar Suitcase (without Controller)
|Maximum Power||2 x 50W|
|Maximum Operating Voltage(Vmp)||18.0V|
|Maximum Operating Current(Imp)||2 x 2.78A|
|Short-Circuit Current (Isc)||2 x 3.08A|
|Operating Temperature||-40°F to +185°F|
|Folded Dimension||50 x 69 x 7.1 cm|
- Off-Grid Rooftop/Ground Mounted
- RVs, trailers, motorhomes, caravans, boats, etc.
- 12V Battery Charging
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 January 2020
There are a couple of reasons why I have only given the product 3 stars but these do not relate to the build quality. Firstly, in the controller module instruction manual it clearly states a couple of times that the battery MUST be connected to the controller unit first so the solar panels first need to be isolated from the contoller. The wiring diagram in the manual clearly shows a 30A fuse in the + power feed from the solar panels to the controller and another from the controller to the battery, the unit I received only has this fuse on the + feed from the controller to the battery. This leaves the only option is to unscrew the connection from the solar panel to the controller which is a bit of a faff as the terminal block on the controller has a rubber shroud fitted over the four terminals that connect to the battery and solar panel making it somewhat a bit more of a fiddly operation to get the system up and running and long term the terminal block may get damaged by overtightning screws if you aren't careful not to mention shorting terminals by mistake with a wire hanging disconnected. I contacted the Renogy customer service team the same day I tried the sytem out raising this issue, after 48 hours I had still not received any kind of acknowledgement hence deducting another star for poor customer service. I have now ordered a blade fuse holder that I can fit to the solar panel + feed cable so will add that when it arrives then I can easily isolate the solar panels from the controller without having to mess around disconnecting cables before I can use it. Shame really as I would have been happy to give it a higher rating if it wasn't for this.
Tested with extremely sensitive Coloumeter in perfect conditions: 6A x 13.31V=80W. This reading is consistent with PWM display.
Sticker shows Optimum Operating Current 2x2.78=5.56A, but surprisingly it pulls 6A (it's basically short circuit current for this suitcase...) while charging 100Ah LiFePo4 battery. It is pretty consistent with other reviewers test results.
1. Max 80W (not 100w as advertised).
2. Very heavy at 26.6lbs compared to regular Renogy 100W solar panels (14.3 - 16.5lbs).
3. Old technology (pre-Eclipse). It's bigger than regular 100w panel when unfolded.
4. Solar panel class is nowhere to found (it is definitely not Class A...).
5. Two panel cells have a hair like shiny defect which can be seen on a certain angle looking from the side. So much for the premium German cells...
6. Flimsy/cheap latches and hinges. One latch was crooked due to poor installation.
7. Black paint will scratch easily.
8. (Other reviewers mentioned that 20A Waterproof PWM charger constantly emits RF signal which I'm concerned with, but haven't tested that.)
9. ZERO support from the company (called them a few times with no response at all). It is consistent with other reviewers experience.
Lets finish with positive.
1. Decent price of $216.74 (regular $299.99 CAD). Keep in mind that Renogy is playing quite a bit with their pricing every few weeks.
2. Looks pretty good when unpacked, especially the case.
Shipped it back, because it was UNDER-PERFORMING (Max 80W instead of advertised 100W), way TOO HEAVY to be portable and NO CUSTOMER SUPPORT.
the only thing what is bad is that i cant find any more in the uk
Sadly mine didn't perform.
I had a brand new battery and it couldn't keep it topped up when in full sun in august. I was only running one small 12v campervan fridge.
All in all I was disappointed and returned it. It might have been a fault.
In full sun it was only.putting out 3 amps.