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6 Watt Solar Panel

Compact and lightweight, this 6 Watt, 6 Volt solar panel is designed for fast charging modern smartphones and tablets and for any outdoor application where ~ 1 Amp max output is needed. IPX waterproof, UV- and scratch-resistant, this solar panel is made with high performance monocrystalline cells. Designed to pair with Voltaic's V15 and V44 USB external batteries.

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1-9 units: $59.00
10-49 units: $53.10
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  • Waterproof
  • UV resistant
  • Compact and lightweight
Size and Weight
  • 220 x 175 x 5mm (8.7 x 6.9 x 0.2 in)
  • 241g (8.5oz)
  • Monocrystalline cells - 19% efficient
  • Open Circuit Voltage: 7.0V
  • Peak Voltage: 6.0V
  • Peak Current: 1025mA
  • Peak Power: 6.15 Watts
  • Urethane coating
  • 3mm Aluminum/Plastic composite substrate
Mounting and Cables
  • Four screws on back corners of panel allow multiple mounting options
  • Output cable is 8.5 inches, 22cm long and has 3.5x1.1mm plug
*Output Description
  • Panel output is computed based on cell manufacturer's data assuming 0% reduction of cell efficiency after packaging of cell strings. Electrical output tolerance +/- 10%. Under irradiance of 100 mW/cm2, absolute air mass of 1.5, at 25 °C, as per cell manufacturer's specifications.
  • For maximum power output, orient the panels towards the sun. When not angled towards the sun, output will be reduced.
  • Perfect by Sebastien (on 1/29/2017)
    I used this solar panel on 2 specific unsupported expeditions in the Kimberley in Australia. 34 days in 2015 and 30 days in 2016. The Kimberley is quite isolated. It means that i would not have any chance to find a plug to recharge my devices. This devices were a Sony RX100 camera, a Petzl light, a satphone Inmarsat and an i.Pod. All of them very much used. The 6W panel +V15 battery did the job perfectly to recharge them.But the USB plug is now a bit loose. So i will not use this panel on a third expedition.

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