Sunforce 37126 260W Crystalline Solar Kit

December 4, 2013 - Comment

The Sunforce 260-Watt Crystalline Solar Kit comes complete with two 130-Watt solar panels, 30 A digital charger controller, 200W inverter, wiring, brackets, screws, and a voltage tester. The solar panels have aluminum frames for extended outdoor use. The bypass diode minimizes the power drop caused by shade. This kit is ideal for RVs, homes, boats,

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The Sunforce 260-Watt Crystalline Solar Kit comes complete with two 130-Watt solar panels, 30 A digital charger controller, 200W inverter, wiring, brackets, screws, and a voltage tester. The solar panels have aluminum frames for extended outdoor use. The bypass diode minimizes the power drop caused by shade. This kit is ideal for RVs, homes, boats, back-up and remote power use, 12 volt battery charging, and solar power stations, pumps, and lighting equipment. The solar panels have high-efficiency Crystalline solar cells. This kit is easy to install and completely maintenance-free. The solar panels are completely weatherproof, and come with a 25-year limited warranty. Connect multiple panels for more power.

Sunforce Solar Panels are effective in areas of both high and lower sun exposure, making them ideal for use in the United States

Sunforce crystalline panels convert sunlight into an electric current; they do not actually store power. These panels are primarily used to recharge all types of 12 Volt batteries, including lead-acid automotive batteries, deep-cycle (traction type) batteries, gel-cell batteries, and heavy-duty (stationary type) batteries. When using these solar panels to run appliances on a regular basis, the use of deep-cycle marine batteries is recommended. This type of battery is designed to withstand the frequent charge and discharge cycles associated with solar panel use.


Product Features

  • High efficiency crystalline solar panels
  • Ideal for 12 volt battery charging and use in remote location
  • Completely weatherproof for added durability
  • Connect multiple kits for more power
  • Includes: 2 x 130 watt solar panels, 30 A digital charger contoller, 200 W inverter, wiring, brackets, screws, and a voltage tester

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Comments

Walt says:

Sunforce 37126, 260 watt Solar Kit I bought this kit about 3 months ago. Took some time to peace everything together required to install it. First off,the instructions are useless. The power inverter that comes with the kit is useless. It’s made to use in your car for a laptop or some other small electronic equipment like a small TV and a light? (maybe) I purchased a Xantrex Prowatt SW1000 and the remote switch from Amazon, WORKS GREAT! The battery tester is another useless piece of junk included in the kit. It’s just two diods that light up.(YOU WILL NOT GET WHAT IS PICTURED IN THE KIT). The mounting brackets for the solar panels are really not practical but could be used if you have nothing else and plan on mounting your panels nearly flat on the surface of your roof. But I would not recommend that unless your roof points due South and is at the right pitch for your location. I made a frame out of angle iron that works very well. The charge contoller works,(at least mine did) but it’s not the best. (MINIMAL…

majikwands says:

Works with a little tweaking. Panels worked like a charm. It would have been easier if it had any REAL instructions to build a frame or mounting system.. Had to get my 8 grade geometry books out to figure out how to build a sold frame from angle iron purchased separately.. the tester was not what was displayed in the ad.. just a diod on two wires. But after 5 days of struggles and an additional $200 in parts (and another $200 for batteries), it works like a charm and powers my electric fence and work shed lights. Hopeing to get a larger setup next year to ‘grid tie’ into our electricity. But for now, it’s still working after 2 months of straight use.

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