Start your solar journey to becoming energy independent with one of our Starter Kits! Renogy offers pre-arranged ideal for customers who are new to solar. Each starter kit includes a basic PWM charge controller, solar panels ranging from 50W to 400W, mounting hardware, and wiring.

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Kit Type Starter RV Premium
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Renogy Solar Starter Kits are ideal for customers who are new to solar. Solar kits include Renogy panels ranging from 50W-400W, a 20ft adapter kit, a compatible PWM/MPPT charge controller, mounting hardware for each panel, and branch connectors as needed. If you are looking for the perfect beginner's kit, then a Renogy Solar Starter Kit is your answer much bigger than off-grid due to larger demands.

Renogy RV Kits are specifically designed for motorhome RVs and other mobile applications by offering longer cabling, a flush mount controller, and a cable entry housing for RV roofs. They're perfect for vehicles used for off-grid living such as Tinyhomes, Vans, SUV's, and custom builds to prolong the life of the battery bank. If you are ready for a beneficial upgrade to your RV, look no further than the Renogy RV kit.

Renogy Premium Solar Kits Provide high efficiency, safety, and reliabitiy. They feature our 100W Eclipse Solar Panel, which is not only sleek in size, weight, and color but is made of the highest effeciency cells that Renogy has to offer. The included Rover MPPT Cahrge Controller features multi-phase s ynchronous rectification and Maximum Power Point Tracking Technology, which increases charging efficiency and performance. For your convenience, fusing components are also included in this kit to protect your controller and battery. Ready to take the plunge into solar? Premium Kits have virtually every component included for a complete install.

Wattages 100W-800W
Application Use Farms, Fields, Remotely, Boats, Caravans, Gates, Street Lights, Tiny Home, Off-grid living, Going green
  • 1. What is the purpose of a starter kit?

    The main purpose of these kits are simply to recharge and monitor a 12 volt battery bank.

  • 2. Can I run my DC loads off the solar panel or controller?

    No, all DC loads should be connected directly to the 12 volt battery bank.

  • 3.What is a PWM controller?

    PWM stands for Pulse Width Modulation. PWM controllers have the more basic charging feature in the sense that they mainly just drop the voltage coming from the panel to charge the batteries. This drop in voltage equates to a loss in wattage, causing a 75-80% efficiency.

  • 4. What size battery do I need for my starter kit?

    MPPT stands for Maximum Power Point Tracking. MPPT charge controllers use this method of charging, which essentially finds out at any given condition, what is the maximum operating point for the panels current and voltage. With this method, MPPT controllers are 94-99% efficient.

  • 5. What size battery do I need for my premium kit?

    For our 100 watt and 200 watt kits, we recommend a minimum 12 volt 100AH battery and a 12 volt 200AH for our 300 watt and 400 watt kits.