The Renogy E.Flex Series is ready to generate electrical power wherever sun rays land. Offering a versatile charging solution for portable power stations or off-grid DC battery.
The 80W EFlex solar panel can provide up to 320 Wh per day at average sun intensity levels when you out for Short trips, Camping or Fishing.
You can charge your Phoenix 200 or any 222Wh portable power station (DC Input 60W Max) to 80% within 2.6 hours. Best of all, Phoenix 200 allows you to link two E.FLEX 80 in series in unshaded conditions. The angle and position may be modified based on solar exposure to increase conversion efficiency and charging speed.
Connecting and disconnecting the connector is as simple as pressing your fingers to either side of the built-in lock on the male connector. An IP67 waterproof ring on the male connector is ideal for keeping water and dust out and preventing corrosion.
Renogy E.FLEX solar panels feature durable ETFE surfaces with superior light transmittance. ETFE surfaces are also scratch-resistant and easy to clean with a wet cloth. The IP67 waterproof will protect E.FLEX solar panels from water splashing.
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- E.FLEX 80 Portable Solar Panel x 1
- 5-in-1 Solar Adapter Cable x 1
- Case x 1
- User Manual x 1
- Ewarranty card x 1
|Maximum Power at STC: 80W||Cell Efficiency:>22%|
|Optimum Operating Voltage (Vmp): 17.2V||Open-Circuit Voltage (Voc): 20.7V|
|Optimum Operating Current (Imp): 4.7A||Short-Circuit Current (Isc): 4.9A|
|Operating Temperature: -40℃ to 65℃ (-40℉ to 149℉)||Maximum Series Fuse Rating: 15A|
|Weight: 3.3 kg / 7.3 lb||Dimensions: 24.8 x 17.1 x 1.0 in(fold) / 24.8 x 34.2 x 0.2 in(unfold)|
|Panel Leads (Pair): 39.37in||Material and workmanship warranty: 1 years|
1. What kinds of devices can be charged with this panel?
2. Can I use non-Renogy branded power stations with E.FLEX 80W Portable Solar Panels?
3.Why is my portable solar panel underproducing?
4. How should I connect multiple solar panels for my system? Should I use a series or parallel configuration?
E.FLEX 80W portable solar panel can be connected in series or parallel configuration or array. How you choose to connect multiple solar panels depends both on the size of your off-grid solar system and your power needs.
Connecting solar panels in a series increases the voltage of the system, leaving the system current output the same as a single panel. The total amount of voltage of a series-connected array can be measured by multiplying the voltage output of a single panel by the number of panels. Or if you have panels of different voltages you add the voltage of each panel to get the total voltage of the array.
Connecting solar panels in parallel increases the current of the array and maintains the voltage output of a single panel. The total current of a solar array connected in parallel can be measured by multiplying the current of a single panel by the number of panels. Make sure the open circuit voltage of the connected panels does not exceed the maximum DC input voltage of the power station or controller.