Renogy 50 Watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline Solar Panel (Compact Design) Patio, Lawn & Garden

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Advanced encapsulation material with multi-layered sheet laminations to enhance cell performance and provide a long service life.   EL tested solar modules; no hot-spot heating guaranteed. Bypass diodes minimize power drop caused by shade and ensure excellent performance in low-light environments.   Corrosion-resistant aluminum frame for extended outdoor use, allowing the panels to last for decades. Anti-reflective, high transparency, low iron tempered glass with enhanced stiffness and impact resistance.   Guaranteed positive output tolerance (0-3%); withstands high winds (2400Pa) and snow loads (5400Pa). IP65 rated junction box provides complete protection against environmental particles and low-pressure water jets.   Pre-drilled holes included for grounding. Compatible with different Renogy mounting systems such as Z-Brackets, Pole Mounts and Tilt Mounts.

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Product Dimensions

22.9"L x 20"W x 1.18"H

Item Weight

7.72 pounds

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Included Components

Renogy 50 Watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline Solar Panel

Maximum Voltage

12 Volts

Maximum Power

50 Watts





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Item model number

Solar Panel 50 Watt

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4.7 out of 5 stars

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60 reviews for Renogy 50 Watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline Solar Panel (Compact Design) Patio, Lawn & Garden

  1. alp407

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A good choice but learn before you buy.

    Do your homework, and limit your expectations. There are many considerations in solar panel technology other than their advertised wattage. Lots of things factor into how many watts your panel can harvest over any given time. Expect less than half the watts advertised for starters, and work on efficiency over time. Once you understand that solar panels must be angled at varying times and degrees, rather than permanently fixed to maximize efficiency, you’ll be well on your way. Yes, you can permanently mount the panel in a horizontal position, but depending on the surface and angle of the sun at any given time, this will affect the amount of watts you can harvest. Another big consideration in panels is the amount of landscape they require for their installation, their prospective location, and surface, if any. Some are larger than others and heavier too. The flexible and folding ones have their drawbacks as well. Consider where you plan to put them and how you plan to use them before deciding what to buy. After a lot, a lot, a lot, of reading and research, hundreds of product reviews, and a determination to return them if they didn’t perform, I bought these. I’m glad I did because they didn’t disappoint me. I don’t get 100 watts out of these panels, but I also don’t run the risk of overloading my system. Again, be wary of the maximum wattage stated. You’ll never get that out of any panel unless perhaps you’re out in space pointed directly at the sun. Finally, it’s usually a logistics issue but be aware that these require special handling, so even though they were advertised as Prime in terms of delivery when I bought them, mine took a couple of weeks to arrive. At no time were they advertised as being out of stock, so it’s fair to think their size and handling are the reason they take so long to arrive. Others have experienced the same kind of delivery delays, so be advised you may not get them in a hurry and so should plan accordingly if your need is urgent. All-in-all, for the price point, these are a very fair deal, even more so if you happen to catch them on sale, as I did. I’m a satisfied customer even if I had to pay regular price and expect you will be too.

    21 people found this helpful

  2. Bruce

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    I haven’t really got to test them over a period of time yet. But the value on them was great. I hope they work as good as I need them to. It’s just a little camper shell. And I want to do a little Boondock camping next to the river. I like them

  3. anomous

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    first time they arrived one was damaged badly. amazon took care of it. pleased .

    first time they arrived one was damage badly. amazon took care of it. just had to wait for the return and resend. pleased with panels. slightly heavier than i thought but weight is clearly listed. actually petty light for some panels i guess. never used tech support so rating n/a. would order again

  4. rockrancher

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    These are great panels at a good price.

    I bought these panels on a black Friday deal. I own 4 other Renogy panels and have had great success with them. The oldest is 4 years old now and I have not seen any notable deterioration in the charging output. I have an off grid setup for my camper which stays out at our remote property year round. I am using two of these 100 Watt panels wired in series, feeding an Epever MPPT controller and feeding a 100AH Lithium battery. We have some very cold nights in the spring and fall, so the heater may run continuous, but the system recovers great each day with these panels.

    2 people found this helpful

  5. EddyHEddyH

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    About 80% efficient 👍🏼. Occasionally 49W

    In the pic, I’m getting 40w consistently on a sunny SoCal in mid-February @1:30pm. Panel is 50w.Since I move it around in my van, I didn’t want to have that aluminum frame destroy everything it touches, so I duct taped the corners in place, as well we a little extra on the grab edges.UPDATE: 49W (see pic), super sunny SoCal day in February, 2pm

  6. Victoria M.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    6th pair

    I bought 4 last year and now im increasing my solar power at my place, so i added two more. Cant be happier with this purchase!

  7. Magnus Dominus

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Appears to be good quality.

    I have not assembled it yet. I did I did test it, tested over 22 volts, so that is good.

  8. Matt G.Matt G.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    exactly what I needed

    It charges on a cloudy day when paired with their Rover 20A charge controller. Very pleased for my application of keeping a WiFi PTZ camera running 24×7 even in cloudy overcast weather. I purchased the pole mount with it that stated it fit, IT DOES NOT WITH OUT CUTTING AND DRILLING.

  9. Barry

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Better than expected

    As soon as I received the panel’s I unboxed everything and set them in the sun to check if they worked. First things I noticed is they are built really well, and they sent me 24 volt panels and I ordered 12 volt so a big plus for me, 96 volts of power from an expected 48 so again a big plus in my favor (After ordering a total of 22 of these they are all producing more than 100W each unfocused and YES they are a good deal). Next I pointed them at the sun and was getting more than rated voltage when in a direct angle to the sun, and I got a reading of 24.5 volts DC on all but 1 which was 22.8 volts DC with them pointing unfocused; in an attempt to imitate the angle they would be in a stationary system on the roof. Of course my opinion may change if they don’t work long term but right now I couldn’t be happier with the purchase. Edit: It’s been a few months now using these panels fully off grid. And I couldn’t be happier. Yes I could have spent a lot more money and had fewer panels by buying 300+ watt panels but space wasn’t a worry for us money is. We would have spent quite a bit more per watt buying the higher wattage panels. The important thing is each and every one of my Renogy solar panels produces more than the rated wattage under full sun. It isn’t a lot but we get over 3200 watts total under full sun with 30 panels now. Which means there is over 200 watts higher than rated wattage total. Thats 2 panels worth. I call them our ghost panels. My opinion of these panels and the company couldn’t get better. The PowMr 5000W CC/Inverter we are using can take 450V to the MPPT with a max of 500V 16 amps. Two arrays of 15 panels each at 13 amps is where we are now, thats about 250 V 6.5 amps per array. We are going to add more panels to reach the 450V 16A input potential. Right now we only use battery power under full sun if we use the dryer or microwave oven, everything else is powered between say 8:00 AM to 6:00PM by our panel array which are not focused and is a bit small yet. That includes recharging our battery bank, watching TV, coffee on, lighting and the fridge. If the dryer and AC are on at the same time we may see a small draw on the batteries around 1 or 2 amps when the dryers heating element is powered, which is intermittent. Right now we are fairly balanced. The panels run everything in the house pretty much during daytime including recharging batteries, and the batteries at night; which means the panels are producing all the electricity we use. Adding a few more panels will end using any battery power during a sunny day and adding panels to reach 450V max will probably accomplish that on a cloudy day. And thats the last thing I want to mention. Even though power production does depend on how much light is blocked by clouds or shadows, they do produce power on overcast days. A thin layer of clouds won’t appear to make much difference and even on a day with a few rain clouds around we will have power coming from the panels. So my rating is 100% 5 Stars and I’d add another 5 if I could. The panel that produced 22 volts was made wrong. One of the cells isn’t connected and what looks like the solder strip is laying across the neighboring cell face. Still can’t complain I purchased 12V panels.

    72 people found this helpful

  10. Mike

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    80+% efficiency!

    Only solar panels we have with wattage close to what they promise. 6 in parallel pumped in over 500w.

  11. Fred K.

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    I use this on a rv. The top voltage is 21 and using a 50 ft 14 ga extension cord it’s 17 at the controller. Anything over 14 will give it full charging amps. I use three 50 amp panels and these are the best bang for the buck.

    One person found this helpful

  12. Oh Mickey

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good components but mismatched

    Two 100 watt panels won’t work with the controller unless you go 24 volt instead of 12 volt.

  13. Amazon Customer

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Different dimensions than previous orders.

    I’ve bought these panels 2-3 times before. As a new user, I don’t want to buy too much of a product without trying it out on a small scale. I’m currently installing 4 of these panels on my camper and wanted to add another 2. Simply clicked “buy again”, thinking I would get the same panels. These latest panels are wider and shorter than the previous ones. I’m using Renogy adhesive panel mounts and was trying to mount all 6 panels so I could replace one if one dies. But now I need to space the 2 new panel adhesive mounts to fit a different size. I understand that Renogy may change to improve products or reduce price, but changing the dimensions and keeping the same part number is not helpful to me. If I end up replacing a non-functioning panel, I will need to replace the permanently bonded mounting frame to fit the replacement panel size.

    29 people found this helpful

  14. B. HaddockB. Haddock

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Well built and reliable

    I had the need to build a exhaust fan for my small greenhouse. I decided to have it solar powered and run on 12v instead of running extension from the house. I have watch a fair number of videos with RV’ers and Van Life travelers that spoke very highly about the Renogy 100 watt panel. I did some additional research and decided on still going with Renogy. They may not be the least expensive, but I can see how they got the great reputation. The panel came in simple but sturdy packaging. I unboxed and tested right away and provided the proper voltage. The panel is a quality build. It has provided reliable charging power to the small battery bank I have in the greenhouse that powers the exhaust fan and a couple of other USB fans I have in the greenhouse to move the air around. I have it attached to and small frame I built out of galvanized angle iron. (If anyone likes the look, all I did was buy the angel iron set used to secure garage door tracks to the ceiling. The sizes in the package worked out perfectly. That, some nuts and bolts and your good to go.)I have purchased a second panel for the additional power I will need for a water pump for the greenhouse. I would recommend the panel to anyone who wants a small panel. The panel prices seem to move up and down a bit so watch the prices.Update 5/30/21 I am a bit frustrated. My second panel came damaged (during shipping) and the replacement panel that was even more damaged with shattered glass. Both were handled by the USPS. It would appear that the panels are dropped or slammed into things when shipped. Amazon only offered the return on the second replacement and I will have to reoder the panel as a new order. Note to AMAZON – Don’t ship these using the USPS. The other shippers may cost more, but two returns are not making it cheaper….Update 8/19/21Just a quick update. I received the second panel in June and it was in perfect shape. I have had the green house fans running all summer without any issues. Refund from the second returned panel was taking longer than the allotted time frame. I contacted customer service through the website chat function and the rep was great!! 5 stars. Responsive and took care of crediting my account right then.

    53 people found this helpful

  15. Steve P Watkins

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    like the power

  16. Cliff K.Cliff K.

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Reversed Polarity and Bad Quality Control at Renogy

    Update 2/5/23 Raised to 3 starsThe Good:Output is exceptionally high at 114 watts or 14% above 100 watt nominal rating as pictured. Measured on a perfectly clear day at the very low ambient temperature of minus 15 degrees F. While most solar panels will put out higher voltage and hence more power at lower temperatures, these 36 cell, 100 watt modules exceeded my expectations. Your experience may vary depending on what you might be feeding with your system. This example shows four 100 watt panels feeding an Ecoflow Delta 2 power station with extra battery, see pictures.The Bad:Quality control at Renogy is poor. I bought 7 of these Renogy RNG 100D-SS panels, and while five were just fine, two were labeled in reverse polarity causing a short circuit. Look at the attached pictures to see that 2 separate 100 watt solar panels were incorrectly wired and labeled by Renogy Solar. One panel was marked positive on both wires. the second was labeled in reverse. Not good! Both were in the same box, with consecutive serial numbers, and both managed to get passed by QC. That mistake resulted in a short circuit and a lot of wasted time on the phone with Renogy. While the representative at Renogy was willing offer compensation of just 5% of my purchase price, I found this unacceptable as a solution for all the wasted time I spent going up and down ladders with a multimeter troubleshooting their inexcusable mistake. Not sure if I’d work with Renogy again as there’s plenty of choices on Amazon for similar panels at similar prices. But if I do buy more, I will definitely double check polarity and their quality of workmanship. After reworking the wiring I was pleased to see the panels were still working well, in fact they all were putting out 114 watts, mainly due to the very low temperature outside. Definitely double check polarity with a volt meter if you buy these. In all fairness, Amazon’s customer service experience was excellent, and much better than working directly with Renogy. This is why I buy on Amazon, customer service.Update 3/19/23Overall a very good panel But there are some QC problems to be aware about. I purchased 9 of these so far and they all put out 100w or better. Two of them came wired or labeled with reverse polarity and caused a short circuit. I quickly discovered the problem and fixed it myself however there does appear to be a couple of dark discolored spots on one panel that might indicate over heating of a cell, possibly caused by the short circuit, possibly just came that way from the factory. Anyway before you install these panels definitely check them thoroughly for discolorations and correct polarity. They are otherwise excellent panels for the money.

    50 people found this helpful

  17. Starla A BanningStarla A Banning

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Renogy Panels are the Best

    These little 100w panels are great! When it’s sunny I frequently pull over their rated wattage. They seem to perform better when they are put in series. Make sure you have a quality charge controller otherwise, they won’t reach their potential. I have a Victron SmartSolar controller and these panels perform great. With 4 of them in series, I will regularly see over 430 watts of production with full sun. Its November so I’m curious to see what I can get in the Spring and the Summer.

    8 people found this helpful

  18. Jerry

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Off grid living

    Keeps the battery charged

  19. T McCannT McCann

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Second installation – Just two panels – will need brackets, controller, MC4 connectors and wiring.

    The combine two panels can reach up to 200 WATTS of power. Both worked well and as expected. You will need to buy the controller, connectors, brackets and wires. Not difficult to install but it took me the better part of the day. Tech support will answer the phone but were no help in figuring out the installation. A bit disappointing. There are a lot of videos on what to buy and installation options. They are new and so far, are working as expected. I would buy again.The first installation went well but the non-drill brackets were permanent and I sold them with the tent. Where permanent is good, it would make repairs impossible. New installation is all bolt together using rails. I attached the brackets to the bottom of the rails using bolts. This kept the panels just below the rail top (some protection) and this would allow for removal in the future if damaged. Added a few pictures. The panels are working well and getting good output.

    18 people found this helpful

  20. Jeremy Hibbard

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Panels

    These are Great Quality panels, Better performance than expected.

  21. Reviewer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent panels, highly efficient, great value.

    Have 3 of these 100W 12v panels now and they’ve exceeded my expectations. In full sun on a clear day I can get 95W out of every panel! 89-90 more common but even still that’s very efficient. Very happy with these panels in both series and parallel setup. Very well constructed, highly efficient panels. Would recommend them to anyone.Pro-tip: if using a few of these with portable solar generators set them up in series instead of parallel. Most of the solar generators can handle 25-60v but only 10-12 amps of current. Parallel stacks the current 4.91+ 4.91+4.91=14.73amps @12v), series stacks connection stacks the voltage (12v + 12 + 12v = 36v @4.91amps). Hope this helps someone else out.

    9 people found this helpful

  22. JohnnyBJohnnyB

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Really Nice Panel

    I first bought Harbor freight panels that had plastic frames that quickly cracked and stopped working. This panel is in a completely different league. It has a very rigid aluminum frame and can be easily mounted in a variety of ways. Power output is good but of course it varies based on the time of year, wire gauge, length and the type of charge controller and battery you use. Rest assured, with this brand, the ratings are conservative. The waterproof MC4 connectors are also professional quality and work well rain or shine. I started out with one several years ago but now I have three and am very happy!

    30 people found this helpful

  23. ACW

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Fragile but functional

    I love this solar panel. I installed one and realized that I had room for another one. The second one arrived shattered. I wound up just using the one and this charges my battery faster than the two amp 120V charger that I was using. Really happy with this and might order more for future project.

  24. Russell KossRussell Koss

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent wattage

    I purchased 4 100 watt solar panels in November to charge my Anker powerhouse. Installation was easy. Today is January 20th in Green Bay Wisconsin and at 11:30 am I happen to look to see the input wattage to the Anker from the panels is 423 watts. The panels are exceeding the rated output in Wisconsin in January! Well built and a great value. I do not write many reviews unless it is deserved and Renogy does on these panels. Can’t wait to see how well they do in a few months.

    17 people found this helpful

  25. Doug

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great panel at a decent price

    This panel fit perfectly on my solar toolbox project, right next to a 100watt panel. Rugged construction with the metal frame with mounting holes in the perfect places to where I did not need to make more holes to mount up. Only complaint would be that the connectors on the back of the junction box are a bit shorter than what I needed to connect it up with the other panel and had to also buy an extension. Panel works as it should, and I hope to get many years out of this panel.

    7 people found this helpful

  26. Brandi TollesonBrandi Tolleson

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Solar panels work great

    I ordered 2x 100w solar panels to charge my EcoFlow Delta 2. So far they have done great. The max output I’ve seen from them both was right at 193 watts with spikes to 195. Im sure I could get the extra 5 watts if I angled them just perfectly. Would highly recommend these!Edit: It’s been cloudy out and somehow the solar panels spiked up to 250 watts! Maybe this is something to do with the MPPT controller and voltage spikes but idk. Whenever the clouds let a lot of light through the wattage would spike close to 250 watts.

    6 people found this helpful

  27. Winchester2

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Exceeded expectations

    I’m new to the solar panel game, but I was really impressed by this Renogy panel. It’s more rugged than I expected, well built and water proof. It has some weight to it, but I’m able to move it around relatively easily to follow the sun. The first day I took it outside, it was around 27 degrees with fairly bright sunlight and minimum cloud cover. This is in February and there was still patchy snow on the ground. Top output was 105 watts which is above what the panel is rated. It topped off my 600 watt power station in no time. I have no complaints. In fact, I ordered two more.

  28. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very happy

    Worked out just fine I bought eight they’re all working perfect

  29. T.C. Sr.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great panel

    This is a fantastic solar panel. I mounted the panel on top of my tool shed and wired it to my Bluetti 2100 watt solar generator. The panel wattage output measured 140 watts on the Bluetti watt meter and the sun was at about 80% until I mounted the panel angled towards the sun and the output increased to 170 watts on the bluetti solar generator watt meter. As the sun went down to no direct sun light on the panel the watt output was still good and high 80 watts. I’m loving this solar panel and planning on getting about two more. The Bluetti these panel will be charging run my lights and a portable A/C unit I my insulated 10’X10’X7′ tool shed.

  30. Michael Nash

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great deal

    Great deal. infact I went back and bought 2 more. Good thing I didn’t need them on the spot, Azn promises next day but took almost a week to get them. Warranty program would not accept the Amazon order number to issue a warranty. I called tech support and was told if I have a problem just keep the order number, sure until I have a problem..

  31. rjc

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent quality and a good price. Will definitely be buying more of these!!!

    Very well made!!

  32. Chas

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works as advertised

    Pretty good solar panel. I had another knock off brand panel and it didn’t pull in nearly as much energy as this one. As long as the panel has full sun it draws close to the 100 watts advertised. Solid panel. I would recommend

    6 people found this helpful

  33. Brandon Cole

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great power output for the size.

    This will be added to a couple others to provide power for portable products. I had one damaged in shipping and it was replaced without question and very quickly. Very satisfied with product and customer service.

  34. None of the above

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    As expected.

  35. L. Morgan

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    I LOVE MY RENOGY PANEL. I installed it onto of my Camper shell. It works well to change a power station..

  36. Jesus MatosJesus Matos

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent 👍 +10% if properly angled

    These panels reach 110 watts if angled correctly. Still working with clouds ⛅️ great investment, save the planet.

    2 people found this helpful

  37. SteveSteve

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    200 watt renogy solar panels

    For Off Grid cabin using these solar panels and working as expected.

    One person found this helpful

  38. Tim ErskineTim Erskine

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    100 Watt Panel – You get what you pay for

    I bought this panel used “in very good condition”. The front of panel looks great but the back is missing the MC4 connectors. I have a box of them so this wasn’t a big issue. New panels go for $75-80, this one was $65, you get what you pay for.

  39. james

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    check polarity b4 using

    Polarity was reversed. Panel is light, easy to store and point, and most importantly, works great when sun is out. Keeps my two 12v LA batteries charged for normal use on my RV. Use a 15′ 10 thick wire connection to my Zamp SAE plug. Used polarity reverse plug on SAE plug. Would recommend. 4 stars because polarity was reversed.

    5 people found this helpful

  40. Avid Reader

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Renogy makes two size panels. They label them G-2 and G-3. This model was the G-2 and didn’t fit in my custom designed array. I gave it to my neighbor who says it works GREAT. I reordered the G-3 size and it arrived. WORKS great and fit perfect in my system. I have four of these 100 watts panels and they work great. I live off grid six months out of the year. I power a desktop computer and lights. Inverter for other misc. appliances. Would buy again.

    8 people found this helpful

  41. Not guilty

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works as intended 👍👍

    Encountered no problems with this product👍👍👍

  42. Dan J

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Arrived safely – just what the doctor ordered.

    Received exactly what I ordered except one of the boxes was missing the 4 mounting brackets. All units tested perfectly. Just about to order 4 more.

  43. Jared Quandt

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    They Work

    I have five panels in series and they work fine.

  44. Chris

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great customer service from the start.

    Malaya was very helpful in getting my solar panel registered. Very pleasant person and easy to understand very easy to deal with.The product is solidly built. I will most likely purchase additional panels in the future. Will try to update after the panel is installed.

    One person found this helpful

  45. Christopher R

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    266 watts on a January day!

    Was really amazed at these panels, I have them hooked up to a Renogy Rover 40 Amp solar charge controller and they are producing 14 amps at 19.1 volts, that is about 266 watts. Very efficient panels and would recommend them without hesitation. Great job Renogy! I will be buying 2 more of the 100 watt panels soon.

  46. Kristy Kringle

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    No complaints, I love it

    Works well

  47. Gaizka

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Polarity matters: positive lead to pos lead and neg to neg on Togo Power station

    Good overall value but watch the polarity. Used for shed power and connected to TOGO power station with built in controller. I was apprehensive it would work due to connections. Panel +/- cables to Togo -/+ MC4 cables to 8mm DC in. Didn’t work- no charging. checked the panel with a multimeter and worked. talked with TOGO and Renogy and both just said it would should work by plugging male to female connectors regardless of positive/negative leads. They were both wrong. Had to replace the MC4 connectors and switch the male/female connections so that a positive would go to the positive lead of the Togo and negative to negative. Works.Either was wired incorrectly or should specify in instructions possiblity of needing to replace connections. Basic fix and should have just trusted basic middle school science class instead. hopefully this helps someone.

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  48. Tony G.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    100 watts for both.


  49. codercharles

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Shadows are crippling

    Clean panels do put out rated power directly facing unobscured sun.Light frost cut output 70%, heavy frost 90%.One corner shaded cut output 90%. Sunlight through distant bare tree branches that left no visible shadows cut output 80-90%.Be sure to check your location at the start of winter to avoid surprises.

    2 people found this helpful

  50. A. Ophir

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works well but missing installation brackets.

    Would have been nice to have installation brackets .Installed it on my RV and had to rig the brackets.

  51. Jim

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very Efficient

    Generates a lot of power for its size. Even when it’s overcast. I’m impressed!

  52. Sparky

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Renogy Solar Panel 100 Watt 12 Volt

    Using this to maintain the RV batteries while the RV remains covered for the winter months. The 100 watt size is prefect for maintaining 200 amp hour of coach batteries plus the engine battery.

  53. L. S. Brodsky

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Impressive performance

    I am using this for a more upscale car battery float charger. The panel fits on the dash, but just barely. Conversely, it is 50w, not the 10,20, or 30 of the more commonly sold chargers. This panel is so impressive that you can shine a flashlight on it and watch it sharge the battery!

  54. UR8UP2

    5.0 out of 5 stars



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  55. Not very comfortable. Creases in hat don’t help Needs a stiffer brim.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    4 panels working great

    Works well like Renology panels

  56. Mark D. Theobald

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    I get charging current even on very cloudy days. Great price on one of the best panels out there! No problem recommending this panel.

  57. jt

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very well built

    Very solidly built and all specs disclosed on tags or instructions are on point. Trust this company

  58. A….

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    GJust what I needed..thanks

  59. Dave Anderson

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good buy

    Ordered for friend who likes the purchase and saving

  60. SightseeingSally

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works as described

    Purchased quite a few of these, and only had one bad panel and replacement was sent promptly, seem to be fairly efficient.

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