Wattage: 100 Watts
Solar Panel Type: Solar Cell Mono-crystalline
DC Output: 12-18V/5.55A
USB Output: 5V/3A
USB QC3.0 Output: 3.6-6.5V/3A, 6.5-9V/2A, 9-12V/1.5A
USB Type-C Output: 5V/3A,9V/3A,12V/3A, 15V/3A,20V/2.25A
Folded Size: 19.92 x 14.8 x 1.77 inches
Unfolded Size: 57.87 x19.92 x 0.75 inches
This solar panel comes in a nice slim folding package, its intuitive, user friendly and works great for me
It’s nice and big a little heavy but no too much to handle. Has the cord to attach to my rock pal generator
Works with my Bluetti AC50 well. Durable. The cables are shorted than I would like but this is a nice panel for the price.
Charged my dead Galaxy phone in a bit over 2 hrs. Perfect!
Love this item!
Works well, used on both RV and to charge devices. Puts out consistent 70+watts in full sun. Great case for portability with a good selection of connector types.
This solar panel works extremely well and it packs a huge punch so you are able to charge relatively any device you want with a good amount of speed. In terms of power, the ac and type c port are the ones that charge the fastest. There is also a USB 3.0 fast charger which also does a decent job at charging. In terms of the normal USB port, that one actually takes a significant amount of time to charge through. This thing really does a good job at charging any device. I tried my macbook pro, emergency battery pack, and phone battery packs and they all were able to charge to full on the right ports. I did plug in a battery pack into the normal USB port and it actually only charge half way from a total of a whole day outside. Note that this does work best outside and not behind a window or anything. I actually use this to charge my battery packs so I can use them to power my lamp, recharge my phone/tablet at night. It really saves me a bunch of power in my room alone. I just leave the panels out during the day and it gives me a full batter by the end of the day. It is a great way to cut down a little bit on electricity plug in. It is a bit big and heavy as you have four solar panels. Be aware that leaving this in the sun does cause it to get pretty hot so careful when handling this after. I normally just fold it up once the sun goes down and that way it is cooled. Also if you are going to leave your battery out or something with it, make sure you have proper shading to keep your battery cool what is nice about this is that it is angled so you can just put the batteries behind it and it will stay shaded. The solar panel has three USB ports. It has a type c, usb 3.0, usb 2.0, and one AC plug with several adapters. Some of the adapters are for lenovo laptops but I actually had a hard time getting them to charge with this. It does work with type c to type c chargers which is GREAT. It comes with legs that you can extend to hold the panel up. Honestly the legs are a bit flimsy and a bit hard to open all of them all at once. As they are just flimsy thing (plastic?) pieces. When you fold the panels they are just held to the panel via velcro and a ribbon which I feel could be easily broken. The panels do have handles on them as well so you are able to easily carry this around and there are two latches to hold the panels together.The device was actually able to charge my mac pro in about four hours or so. I was relatively surprised at this. It also charged my HP and dell laptop (type c) in about the same amount of time. Please note that I did not use my laptops during this time. If your laptop or battery is dead it may not power on for ten minutes or so while using this to charge. The usb ports are all inside the pouch. on the back of the panels. The zipper is pretty strong and you could technically store a few things you want to charge inside. I actually put my macbook inside that pouch to keep it from the sun. You do not have to press anything when using this device. It will automatically start working in the presence of light and is charging something. Another thing I would say is that this is great for those long camping trips where you need a bit of power. Phones and tablets charge pretty fast without much issue. Again this device does get hot so be careful when handling. Also be aware that the more devices you have plugged in the less power you will get per device. It is just how it is. The design is thin and light making it very easy to transport. It comes with a micro USB cables and one AC plug. The micro USB cable is just your typical usb cable and they also support data transfer and fast charging.
1. Produce a good amount of power. Great for emergencies and camping trips
2. Well built panels
3. Easy to carry around
1. Legs are a bit weak and I feel like they may break easily over time.
2. The black fabric material actually fades a little bit due to the sun light damage
Overall this is still great product and I would definitely recommend it for anyone who wants to find an alternative and energy efficient way of charging their devices. It has pretty high wattage which makes it ideal for charging multiple devices and charging them efficiently.
This portable solar panel is highly quality and a great product. I bought this for use with my 300W watt generator. it easily be used, and would be great for camping, going to the beach, or to a park for some extra power. I really like it.
I have ordered a couple of items from iClever in the past and always been happy with their products. They have really outdone themselves with this one though. Their 100 Watt foldable solar panel system in compact and easy to carry while still packing a huge punch. I have a couple of other foldable solar panel systems from different manufacturers that are the same size yet only provide 50-60 Watts of power. Albeit, those systems are significantly more lightweight.
The reason for this panel's super efficiency seems to be it's very high quality mono crystalline solar cells. These are thicker and heavier than many of the solar cells used in other portable systems but put out significantly more power. Inch per inch you get a lot more bang for your buck at only the expense of the system weighing a few ounces more.
The system is designed much as most other foldable solar panels are with multiple outlets for charging your devices. However, this product comes with a much wider array of charging connectors and outputs. I was able to connect it directly to my power bank, which accepts a 12-18VDC input and it charged it up incredibly quickly. Just as quickly as if I had plugged it into the wall charger, in fact.
Because these cells are much more sensitive you do not need them to be in direct sunlight in order to start generating power. Most of the cheaper panels seem to require that you have direct sunlight with no clouds at high noon in order to generate even a trickle of current. These will keep generating at least some power until the sun goes down. For that feature alone this product is well worth it's price.
The build quality of the product is excellent. Keep in mind that mono crystalline solar cells are more fragile than the cheap portable panels you usually see, so they need to be handled a bit more carefully. As long as they aren't dropped or thrown from a height or dropped on their edge they should be o.k. though.
This solar panel charger is fairly easy to use. It can be useful when travel or camping outside. It works beautifully with my Jackery solar generator! Fast charging, lightweight and easy to handle.