If you’ve shopped with us in the past, you’ve likely taken notice of our highly efficient 100W Monocrystalline Solar Panels. The standard Renogy Monocrystalline 100W Solar Panels feature module efficiency rates of 15.47% while the 100W Polycrystalline Solar Panels have efficiency rates of 14.56%. These efficiency rates meet or exceed those of other market competitors. Within the past year, Renogy introduced the Eclipse 100W Monocrystalline Solar Panels to its store inventory. The Eclipse line of solar panels feature module efficiency of 18.35%, allowing the panels to be smaller in size and about the same weight as a standard 100W Monocrystalline Solar Panel. Of course, a smaller panel allows for easier storage and transport, but it still leaves one to wonder how to set up the panel while on the go.
Without a portable stand, one must tilt their solar panel on another object so it can be angled toward the sun. Depending on the environment, it may not be easy or safe to do so. That’s why Renogy developed the 100W and 200W Eclipse Solar Suitcases. Each suitcase includes built-in stands and a built-in 30A Adventurer PWM Charge Controller, making setup easier. Unlike the older PWM Charge Controllers, the Adventurer features an LCD screen for ease of use and improved monitoring. The new stands allow for easier adjustment by tightening, loosening and angling, so you can be sure to place your panel in direct light. At the moment, the 100W and 200W Eclipse Solar Suitcases are sold out; however, more will be in stock within the next two months.
In the meantime, if you’re looking for a 100W Solar Suitcase, Renogy still has the standard 100W Monocrystalline Suitcase- with or without a built-in charge controller. Like the Eclipse Suitcases, the standard suitcases feature stands and a handle for easy towing. For more information on the new 100W and 200W Renogy Eclipse Solar Suitcases, visit: https://www.renogy.com/renogy-200-watt-eclipse-monocrystalline-solar-suitcase/