This kit combines, a rugged, lightweight and waterproof 17 Watt solar panel with our V72 laptop battery for fast laptop, digital camera and tablet charging. You can easily slip this panel in a backpack for portability or mount it wherever you need power.
17 Watt, 18 Volt Solar Panel +
FeaturesSize and Weight
Charges all USB Devices including all Apple iPhones, Android and Blackberry smartphones.
Charges all known tablets. Only a few tablets require an optional adapter.
ASUS: Transformer Tablets require our FUSB - 5521 adapter
Charges both DSLRs and cameras that charge from USB. For DSLRs, optional camera charger cradle that matches your camera battery (see Adapter section) is required. Read our tutorial on solar camera charging.
Charges nearly all 15" and smaller laptops. Additional details and known exceptions follow. Details on complete adapter set is here. Acer: Use our standard "N" or "E" adapters Apple: Pre-June 2012 requires optional reconfigured MagSafe 1 adapter or Apples' Airline adapter connected to Voltaic's standard car charger socket. Post June-2012 MacBooks also require the Apple MagSafe to MagSafe 2 adapter. MacBook Pro 15" may need to be charged in sleep mode. Read our guide to charging MacBooks. ASUS: Most use either the battery output cable or standard "N" or "L" adapters. UX, Q200, S200 Series require optional 4.0 x 1.35mm adapter.
Dell: Use our standard "J" or "I2" adapters. Dell's internal battery will run off Voltaic's battery, but may not recharge. This means you should not run your Dell battery completely flat when planning to use an external battery. HP: HP Business Class laptops will require an optional HP adapter. Envy series uses included "D" adapter. Older HPs use included "J" adapter. Customer incompatibility cited with Elitebook series. Lenovo: Use included "K" or "M" (rectangular) adapter Panasonic Toughbook: Use Voltaic battery output cable Samsung: Most modern Samsung use included "E2" or "Q" adapter. Sony VAIO: Duo and Pro use included "D" adapter Toshiba: Most use Voltaic battery output cable
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