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Fully self powered off-grid system, maximizes system output by reducing mismatch loss
Portable back up power, high module conversion efficiency
Polycrystalline cells, fast and inexpensive mounting
Top ranked PTC rating
100% EL testing on all HQST solar modules, guaranteed no hot spots
|Package Dimensions||28.3 x 20.7 x 2.2 inches|
|Item Weight||9.65 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||9.65 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)|
158 customer reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank||
#3,883 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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August 15, 2017
April 26, 2017
First and foremost I was truly impressed with the quality and appearance of this Solar panel… It arrived a day later than I had anticipated and I was pacing and watching for the delivery of it like a kid watching for Santa Claus at Christmas… As soon as it arrived it took no time at all to get it hooked up to my system and get charging…. I’m truly impressed… Thanks HQST for finally getting these into my price range… I will be adding more to my system as time goes on…
March 19, 2017
I use the system with a 1500 watt Cobra 120 volt inverter to run lights, power drill, and bench grinder in my work shop off grid.
October 3, 2016
So I have 25% loss. I know my inverter uses about 10% (Solinba on Grid Solar inverter 500w DC22-56v to AC90-130v for 24v Solar System USA plug). So I’m looking at a 15% loss. The 6 awg wire has no more then 5% loss. So 10% loss that could be my angle, clouds, to hot (Phoenix), inverter lied about stats, or the panels.
Little tip for DIY I found is with the right inverter try getting the volts as high as you can. More volts = less loss, and less wire needed. Example the power company uses 750,000 volts allowing those somewhat small wires to feed house after house.
Renogy make this same 100 watt panel however HQST gave me the best deal. Overall I’m happy.
Stuff needed (From Memory)
4 x 100 watt panels $480
125 foot 6 awg wire $125
10 foot 8 awg wire $6
mc4 connectors $6
10 foot 2-inch pole $22
20 foot unirack large $40
20 foot unirack small $30
DIRECTV mount parts (got free) $65
DC bus box $6
2 foot trench “Just my back here”
bolts, washer, other $40
2 spray cans of rust paint $10
5 foot deep hole “My back”
320 pound of cement $12
Power meter $15
$837 – $902 (APS Peek rates will return this investment in about 5-6 years)
August 23, 2017
November 3, 2017
They have clearly overdelivered on this product!
September 13, 2017
May 25, 2019
Update: Have now used this for a total of 6 camping days and it recharged my Goal Zero Yeti 1000 by or before noon each day. Could not be happier.