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Made for Solar Generator
ALLPOWERS 200W foldable solar panel is compatible with most solar generator/portable power station on the market. The portable solar panel kit Includes different sizes of connectors for portable generator.
allpowers portable power station
Peak Power: 200W ± 5%
Open Circuit Voltage (Voc): 22.2V Short Circuit Current (IOC): 12A
Maximum Power Voltage (Vmp): 18V Maximum Power Current (Imp): 11A
Solar Energy Conversion Rate: 19%-22%
Operating Temperature: -20 ~ 60 ℃/ -4 ~140 ℉
All technical data at standard test condition: E=1000W/m² TC=25℃ AM=1.5
Size: 2230 x 650 mm(87.8 x 25.6 in) / 650 x 515 mm(25.6 x 20.3 in)
Weight: 6.3 kg / 13.9 lb
I bought foldable solar panels to charge my powerstation. Panel were delivered very quickly. I didn't had good opportunity to test panel in ful sun, but i mange to made 2 test. One was in full cloudy sky where i achieve 40w and another was with almost clear sky, with very low sun bc it was in november and i achive 135w. I hope that in summer i can achive around 170w. I think i will buy another one for my off grid adventures bc panel is cheap. Building materials are ok, not the best but ok. Legs could be better but they do the job. One you become familiar with panel, you can set it up very quickly.
Legs are flimsy and it’s not easy to place the four panels properly and move them around to adjust for sun angle.
I have 2 of these 200W foldable panels. Under best conditions I could get 140 W per panel. That's poor for a 200W rated panel. However: other Premium Brands charge 400$ for a 160 W Panel. The allpowers cost much less; therefore it's overall o.k.
Another thing that worries me a bit is the durability of the folding area. Hope it will last. I'm using it on a weekly basis.
I have used this 200 watt flexible panel once since I received it. I set it up to charge a power station that would accept a max of 150 watts input. The sky was a little milky and there were clouds passing over at times. Under these conditions I saw a solid 148 watts charging into my power station. From past experience with other quality panels I would expect 175 to 180 watts into a power station that would accept the input. The quality of the penels seems good and I think they will last. The legs are not the best in my opinion. As I pull the legs out there is a piece of elastic that pulls the leg back toward the panel. It took a little work to get all 4 legs out. With the panel on it's legs the angle was not pointing high enough in the sky. I layed the panel on its back flat on the grouind and that worked the best on this day with where the sun was in the sky. I feel like to get the optimal angle for the panel I will have to do something besides just use the legs. I may have to prop it up to the angle I need. Overall I think it is worth the price I paid and I don't mind at all that it is poly cells.
I did a lot of research before deciding on the Allpowers 200 watt panels. When factoring in portablility, performance, quality, and price, these were the clear choice and happy with my purchase.