Foldable Solar Panel
Cost-effective Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Panels
Experience the incredible power of 600W at a price that rivals 400W competitors. Our revolutionary design sets a new standard in lightweight portability, weighing just 12.5 kg. It folds compactly and offers unmatched convenience for limitless power on the go.
The SP-035 200W lightweight solar panel weighs just 11.02 pounds. With an impressive 24% efficiency and an MC4 port for easy compatibility with most power stations, it's perfect for on-the-go charging. Its durable ETFE construction ensures reliable performance in any environment.
The SP-012 comes with a 100W output and 23.5% conversion efficiency, it's perfect for on-the-go charging. Its compact folded size (12.6 * 7.5 * 3.2 inches) makes it easy to carry, weighting in just 2.15kg is 30% lighter than similar panels. While the USB and DC outputs ensure wide compatibility.
The SP-020 comes with a 60W output and 23.5% conversion efficiency, it's perfect for on-the-go charging. Its compact folded size (21.7*14.6*0.8 inches) makes it easy to carry, weighting in just 2.05kg. While the USB and DC outputs ensure wide compatibility.
High-performance Monocrystalline Silicon Solar Panels
Flexible Solar Panel
The ALLPOWERS SF100 solar panel is both lightweight and flexible, allows for easy installation on curved surfaces or uneven terrains. Equipped with highly efficient monocrystalline solar cells, it effectively converts sunlight into clean energy, delivering a reliable and sustainable power supply for your RV, boat, camping trips, or off-grid systems.
Mini Solar Panel
Yes, ALLPOWERS portable solar panels have IP67, and even IP68 waterproof ratings. However, please note that due to the nylon material of the backpack and the possibility of exposed interfaces on portable foldable solar panels, we do not recommend prolonged immersion in heavy rain or water.
Portable solar panels are compatible with a wide range of devices such as smartphones, tablets, cameras, portable power banks, and more. However, it's essential to check the compatibility of your specific devices with the panel before charging.
You can connect solar panels in either series or parallel to suit your electrical circuit size and power requirements. Connecting them in series adds up the operating voltage output, while the system current output remains the same as that of a single panel. On the other hand, connecting them in parallel adds up the individual panel's operating current output, while the system output voltage remains the same as that of a single panel. For optimal power output and system rating, a combination of both parallel and series connections can be used.