Semi Flexible Solar Panel - any good?

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  1. ShiftZZ

    ShiftZZ Funster Life Member

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    120W 12V Semi Flexible Solar Panel For RV Boat Battery Charging Caravan HQ Smart Car

    Feature:


    120W 12V monocrystalline semi-flexible solar panel.
    Light weight, easy to carry.
    High conversion rate, high output.
    Resistance to resistance, can resist different environment, waterproof performance is good.
    High stability, good durability
    With Sunpower chip, can be used for car ,home, boat, motorcycle, etc.
    Suitable for car batteries, car, RV, boat, ship, aircraft, satellites, space stations, outdoor breeding, planting, tourism, solar street lamp.

    Specifications:

    Size: Approx. 1180x540mm / 46.4"x21.2"
    Power: 120W
    Working voltage: 12V
    Operating temperature: -40℃ to +85 ℃
    Length of cable: Approx. 1m/39.3"
    Weight: 2500g

    Package includes:

    1 x 120W 12V Monocrystalline semi-flexible solar panel


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    ShiftZZ Funster Life Member

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    Could they be added to your awning once opened?
     
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    From what I've seen on the forums a lot falling over after not much more than a year.

    Not much point in buying an inferior product for more money than a proven standard one.
     
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    I previously had a 100W version of this and used to pop it onto the roof through the large vent or use it on the ground propped up to face the sun. Mine was quite light so I think it would have been ok lying on the awning but that would restrict how long it faced the sun unless you moved the MH around.
     
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