The Solar Blanket Amorphous Cells is available as a 112 watt portable solar blanket. Using the latest in Solar technology it offers superior flexibility in a light weight, conveniently sized package. Its flexible design reduces the risk of cell breakage and cracks and is known to perform better in low-light weather patterns typical to New Zealand, compared to crystalline panels- making it the most flexible portable solar panel in the market.
The amorphous cell uses Uni-Solar® cell technology which incorporates a triple layer system and is optimised to capture the full spectrum of light compared to conventional monocrystalline and polycrystalline solar cells.
Designed to charge Automotive, Marine and Recreational Vehicle battery systems, the 112W Solar Blanket Amorphous cell, will provide extra charge into a battery.
Using an anti-reflective scratch-resistant ETFE coating, the 112W Solar Blanket Amorphous Cells features a high melting temperature, is UV resistant and has chemical and self-cleaning non-stick resistance properties, making this solar blanket highly reliable and efficient.
What’s more set up is now even easier thanks to genuine industry standard Anderson™ SB™50 connectors. These high quality Anderson™ plugs are simple and fast to connect with no screw terminals and no risk of poor connections from frayed wired or loose terminals – just plug and play!
REDARC recommends the purchase of a REDARC Solar Regulator, which is essential to ensure that the correct charge is supplied safely and efficiently and will protect batteries from over charging. Minimum 10A Solar Regulator required for the 112W Amorphous solar blanket.
Why not consider the REDARC 20 Amp Solar Value Pack, which includes all you need to connect your blanket to your battery. This pack includes a 5m cable, a 20A Solar Regulator and a battery clip cable.
The new generation, state-of-the-art solar blanket heralds an exciting new period in solar power in a lightweight, convenient sized package.
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