- 商品の寸法: 54.1 x 3 x 63 cm ; 4.5 Kg
- 発送重量: 5 Kg
- 商品モデル番号： 50W 12V Monocrystalline Solar Panel
- ASIN: B00DVPPFDS
- Amazon.co.jp での取り扱い開始日: 2016/6/14
- カスタマーレビュー: 評価の数 175
Renogy 50W 12V 単結晶ソーラーパネルは、オフグリッドシステムの重要なコンポーネントです。れらのパネルにはMC4 PVケーブルと接続できるためにMC4 コネクタ付きのリード線が取付てあります。単結晶セルを使っているので発電効率が優秀。自然のエネルギーを利用するので地球に優しい。キャンプ、船舶、車、アウトドア、家庭、そして、地震や自然災害の非常時など幅広くご使用できます。
最大出力 (Pmax)： 50 W
動作電圧 (Vmp)： 18.5 V
動作電流 (Imp) ：2.7 A
開放電圧 (Voc)： 22.7 V
短絡電流 (Isc)： 2.84 A
寸法： 630 x 541 x 30 mm
重量： 4.5 kg. (9.9 lbs.)
最大システム電圧： 600 VDC
太陽電池： 単結晶 (125 x 62.5 mm)
寸法： 630 x 541 x 30 mm
重量： 4.5 kg. (9.9 lbs.)
フロントガラス： 3.2 mm硬化ガラス
コネクタ： MC4 コネクタ
The only downside being the leads on the back of the panels are quite short, will only just reach into a 2 way splitter with panels side by side. Ideally you would be better with a Y split cable.
High Quality is for example a solar panel made by Siemens in Germany, or any really Made in USA and not just assambled in the US or Canada.
YOU GUYS CHEAT your own people! That's a NO GO! You removed the Made in China sticker on the panel, there is no information about the country of origin - NO WHERE, not even on your RENOGY packing or instruction. You guys just know, there are some people they don't know all about things like that, and you cheat them! That's my biggest problem with you...
The packing of my today delivered panel wasn't damaged, but the panel it self looked like someone owned it before?
I paid for a BRAND NEW panel WITHOUT ANY MARKS AND SCRATCHES! Would you pay the full price for a brand new truck with marks & scratches on it, with done tires? I guess not...
I would love to show everyone what a high quality solar panel is, this "Quality" is similar to the 50W canadian tire panel kit with charging controller etc. FOR THE SAME MONEY! and you panel doesn't even comes with a charger. That's why I didn't go for the Crappy Tire panel, because you promised something.
The panel is not right sealed what means in bad weather condition, specially if your panel is mounted on a RV roof, dust and rain will come between the top glass and the solar-cells, you won't get it out there anymore...what happens then? You are loosing power because a cell is cover by dirt, water or what ever.
Silicone left overs on the panel it self, soldering left overs are flying in the blackbox around, the connections are made with PLASTIC?? That's the area is getting warm/hot at some day during the summer...it's fine in winter, but who's using is a lot in winter time? This is a all year round panel!
The chinese just love to put some fake quality-check-informations like it's on your "high quality" cable. The german TüV seal of approval - THAT's JUST ANOTHER LIE about your high quality.
I will do a AMP & VOLT test when the suns comes out, I already have a strange feeling about the results. I've got a FLUKE 175 Multimeter for doing that.
All I can say to ever customer out there - this RENOGY Solar Panels Products are the same junk like canadian tire does have, but we all know what canadian tire is selling, and you can see and touch the thing in the store, if you don't like the Coleman panel, just give it back at the same day, if the panels brakes after few week, just go to the store and you will get a new one without a discussion...that's the good thing about crappy tire and their warranty!
Got this panel for a few month now, never reached the 50Watts, the highest was 35Watts only my Votronic MPP250 solar charger with the Votronic Solar 100S computer, showed me. At the end, expensive 35Watts!
Would not recommend this Chinese panels, repacked by Renogy.
Misurato di nuovo, questa volta in condizioni ottimali, l'erogazione di corrente con risultato vicino a quanto dichiararto: circa 2,6 A.
I went for the 50w rather than the more economical (per watt) 100w panel because I wanted to be able to keep it portable. I attached hooks to the top and a piece of tubing on a hinge to the bottom so I can hang it from my railing and keep it at an angle of 30-35 degrees for most of the day, then I can set it to hang vertically to squeeze the last bit of light out of the sun as it approaches the horizon. I also added a piece of wood on a hinge to the top so it can freely stand up at the right angle when it's not hanging from the railing. That makes it a pretty lightweight portable panel when I need it to be.
Quick Tip: If you get one and find that it's not putting out nearly as much wattage as you expected, keep in mind that if your battery is quite well charged the charge controller will not draw much current from your panel and this might lead you to think that the panel is not working right. To really test the full potential of the panel do it with a battery that's half drained. I'm getting well over 3 amps at midday and that's just fantastic for such a small panel. On grey cloudy days I'm getting about 0.7 amps and on rainy days I'm getting about 0.3 amps. I'm surprised I can get anything on grey rainy days as my other folding panels produce almost nothing even on bright but cloud covered days. I really couldn't be happier and I might buy a second panel to make this into a folding 100W panel.
EDIT APRIL 2016: I ended up buying another 50W panel and adding some hinges and magnets to build a folding 100W panel and it worked out just brilliantly. It's peaking at around 110 watts. I can't say enough good about these solar panels.