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Looking for the perfect off-grid product? Well look no further! Renogy is excited to bring you solar & portability. Renogy 100W solar suitcase is a whole system in one! This lightweight suitcase comes equipped with two 50W Monocrystalline panels, a 15in set of wires with MC4 connectors, & a protective casing for safe portability. With its adjustable aluminum stand, latches & heavy duty handle, Renogy 100W solar suitcase will make solar on the go as easy as 1-2-3!”?

Product Features

  • 【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

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Fair Initial Value but Poor to NO warranty Serivce I have Zamp portable panels (200W and 80W) and a Zamp 60amp charge controller on an RV. I recently need to expand and thought I’d try Renogy because they are cheaper.I chose these 100W foldables w/o charge controller because I find my 200W panel is tiresome to move due to its bulk. Comparing Renogy to Zamp I’d say the Reonogy is just as good (functionally) and less expensive. I like that Renogy has the handle attached to the panel; Zamp attaches handle to case. I like the folding…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Best Value for Portable Solar I bought this to charge the deep cycle battery on my RV and to charge the Duracell Powerpack 600 (26ah AGM battery inside) when car camping, which runs an ARB portable fridge and some other smaller items. I tested it recently at sea level on a 65 degree no clouds day in TX and I was quite pleased to see peak outputs of 7 amps from the panel when I really loaded up the battery. Later I disconnected the battery from the panels and depleted it to around 40%. After reconnecting, it was near fully…

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