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Converting virtually unlimited supply of solar power to much needed battery juice for your mobile devices such as an iPhone, iPad and many, many more USB portable devices while you are on the go or there is a power outage or disaster strikes, the Instapark Mercury27 is a light and compact USB solar charging system that easily fits in your messenger bag or backpack. It combines four solar panels totaling 27 watts and folds up into a pack about the same size as a fashion magazine, but only thinner and lighter.

Unlike most of the solar chargers with unstable circuitry thus requiring a battery pack for power storage and charging external devices, the Mercury27 is sophisticatedly designed and engineered and comes with dual standard USB ports for simultaneously charging your cell phones including all iPhones, tablet computers including all iPads, MP3 players, USB battery/power packs and many other USB compatible mobile devices. In addition to USB charging, the Mercury 27 also has a DC output for charging 12V batteries, the charging connector is compatible with some most popular portable 12V battery packs such as Instapark Mars20S, Wagan Power Dome Series Battery Packs, no additional adapter needed

Technical Specifications:

Solar Panel Wattage: 27W
Total # of Outputs: 3
# of DC 12V Port: 1
Maximum Output Power: 27 watts
# of DC 5V USB Port: 2
Maximum Output Power: 15 Watts (Combined)
Open-Circuit Voltage: 16 – 18V
Operating Temperature: 0-120 F
36″ x 11.5″ x 0.1″ (unfolded)
11.5″ X 8″ X 2″ (folded)
Weight: 2 lbs 8 oz

What’s in the box:

Mercury27 solar charger
5.5×2.1 mm male to 5.5×2.5mm female adapter
User manual

Product Features

  • 27 watts portable solar battery charger with triple outputs including 1 DC 12V port and 2 standard DC 5V USB ports, ideal for emergency preparedness, camping and other outdoor activities
  • No additional battery needed for charging external devices, 100% green energy with zero carbon footprint, built-in dual USB ports for simultaneously charging two devices including but not limited to iPhones, iPads, Android smart phones, tablet computers, all Kindle devices, digital cameras and other USB compatible mobile devices plus one 12V DC output port with for charging 12V batteries, power packs and alike
  • 4 Highest-efficiency panels fold up into a compact, portable and lightweight pack measuring 11.5 X 8 X 2 inches and weighing less than 3 lbs
  • Made from scratch-resistant and weather-resistance fabric, ideal for outdoor use. Built-in pocket holds and protects charge controller and other electronic components and provides extra storage
  • 1-year hassle-free manufacturer’s warranty

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  1. Andrew Falconar says:

    This Solar Panel is Excellent with a few Attachments This is a great product and is perfect for field operations. The higher 27 watt output will still generate enough power to charge small appliances even in quite cloudy conditions. This panel is inexpensive ($ 110.00) compared to other panels of the same power (27W) ratings, is relatively lightweight (2.5 pounds), has two (Apple and Android) USB output ports but, most importantly, has a very long (10 ft) DC output cable which will deliver 18V at approximately 1.5A (18 x 1.5 = 27W)…

  2. Brian W Hokkanen says:

    Great portable solar panel, you won’t be disappointed! Don’t get small solar panels, get this one instead. It truly puts out over 25 watts on a sunny clear day. I have the Mercury 10 and the Mercury 27 – the Mercury 27 will put out around 2 amps from the 5V USB ports even when it’s fairly cloudy in Houston, TX. This panel will put out a little over 2 amps at 12 Volts on a clear sunny day, while the amperage drops when it’s cloudy – but it’s big enough to maintain the output on the USB ports even when it’s fairly cloudy. Smaller solar panels…

  3. Charles W. Allen says:

    Works well I’ve charged a small tablet on a cloudy day in November at 9:30 AM where the sun was still behind trees. The 12V battery chargers I’m using draw half an amp and really need good, consistent exposure to the sun before they function properly. The current rate, amperage, may vary depending on how clear the sky is. Efficiency will also change as the sun moves across the sky unless you periodically realign the panels.It comes with a 5 mm plug that I found worthless for my application,…

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