Solar Panel 30 Watt

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30 watt panel ideal for trickle charging 12v batteries or to provide enough power for a simple 4 light system in a shed or outbuilding.

This 30w Solar Panel is ideal for charging 70ah or larger 12v batteries and providing solar energy for outbuilding lighting systems.
It's small size makes this ideal for portability when camping or when on a road trip.
A 4ah charge controller should be used with this panel when used for charging a 12v Battery/

  • Cell: 125mm 125mm Monocrystalline silicon cells
  • Cells Array for the panel: 4'9
  • Size: 547 x 450 x 25 mm
  • Encapsulation: sealed with low iron tempered glass and anodized aluminium alloy frame
  • Peak output: power 30w
  • Peak voltage: 18v
  • Open circuit voltage: 21.6v
  • Life span for each module: 25 years.
  • Connection box: waterproof junction box.
  • 20 Year Warranty

Need a wiring kit for your panel?
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Product ID: SS7595
Weight: 3.00 kg

Frequently Asked Questions

We have a Robomow 304u robotic lawnmower with south facing garden space beside it which could be used to site a solar panel to charge the unit. What would you advise best option.
By Margit on Sep 22, 2019

You'd need a much larger panel or multiple panels. Our kits are designed for lighting. The battery in your lawnmower has a large capacity so with solar panels you'd only be adding a top-up, it would help but unlikely to have enough output to be used all the time. 

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Hi, Could this panel be mounted flat on a roof without fear of water ingression of rain water? Thanks Ian.
By Ian Morgan on Jul 14, 2019

As long is the panel isn't sat in water the panel will be fine. Ideally, raise the panel just of the flat roof with a small angle to stop water sitting on the top.

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Hi Are there mounting holes on the rear of the panels to bolt to your Solar Panel Wall / Post Bracket the photo shows two holes towards the top of the mounting plate. (on the bracket)
By Martin Glover on Apr 14, 2018

Yes, the panel has pre-drilled holes on the rear.

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