Instapark® NEW All Black 100W Mono-crystalline Solar Panel, 100 Watt

June 17, 2013 - Comment

Tired of all the noise and smell from your diesel generator? The Instapark SP-100W solar panel offers you a quiet, clean while carbon-free alternative. Capable of converting virtually unlimited solar energy into clean, green, most importantly, free electricity, this solar panel is made of high efficiency mono-crystalline solar cells embedded in transparent vinyl acetate behind

Tired of all the noise and smell from your diesel generator? The Instapark SP-100W solar panel offers you a quiet, clean while carbon-free alternative. Capable of converting virtually unlimited solar energy into clean, green, most importantly, free electricity,
this solar panel is made of high efficiency mono-crystalline solar cells embedded in transparent vinyl acetate behind tempered glass with heavy back sheet ensuring maintenance free performance. Unlike amorphous solar panels, which only last about 5-7 years of continuous use, mono-crystalline solar panels can still retain over 80% of efficiency even after 25 years of continuous use. Also, the mono-crystalline panels are much more efficient and thus smaller in size while producing higher wattage.

This solar panel is designed and engineered to primarily charge 12-Volt batteries, which store and provide usable power when needed, ideal for powering your RVs, ATV, marine boats and electronic equipments. Other than recreational applications, solar power can also help lower your energy bills by reducing your dependence on the main electrical grid and provide back-up power during power outages.

All Instapark solar panels have a 5-year limited product warranty that covers its Photovoltaic modules to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal application, installation, use and service conditions, and a power warranty that guarantees a power output greater than 80% of the minimum peak power as specified within 25 years from the date of delivery. If the PV modules fail to conform to these warranties, then Instapark will, at its sole discretion, either repair or replace the product.

Product Features

  • Maximum Power Voltage: 17.5V; Open Circuit Voltage: 22V; Maximum Power Current: 5.71A
  • Multiple-module system can be put together with built-in MC-4 connectors
  • Product Dimensions: 47 X 1.5 X 22 inches; 21 pounds
  • Designed for RVs, cabins, homes, boats, back-up and remote power use, and more
  • Monocrystalline solar charging kit provides up to 100 watts of clean, free, renewable power

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Comments

LFR says:

Awesome Shipping was quick and hassle free. The panel itself is well buit and easy to hook up. (Make sure you buy the MC-4 connectors)Best of all the thing puts out a lot of power! Even after sunset and in overcast conditions it continues to charge (Long after my old panels stopped working) I am able to run alot of electric equipment for a lot longer than my old panels.Bottom line: It was quick, easy, and it works extremely well. I highly recomend this product.

Michael Laliberte says:

Even better than I’d hoped. It’s refreshing to find a product that not only meets but exceeds all expectations. This panel works even in low light. Cloudy days don’t keep it from operating. The frame is very sturdy which makes it easy to customize for challenging installations like mine. Combined with the MPPT controller the output is consistently high. Nice job.

brownieman says:

Easy Peasy I have no complaints. The panel arrived in a timely manner undamaged by fed ex (I was most surprised by this). I had to build a rack for the panel. Since it had mounting holes in the aluminum frame this was a peice of cake. The monocrystaline panel is productive way past the peak hours of solar production. I have found that if the sun is out, it produces around 14 volts. During peak hours you’re looking at 15.5 to 16 volts constantly, that is until the sun wanes.All in all I can’t really find a downside to the Instapark product.

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