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Reviews Categories | Emergency/Portable Power: generators, solar, wind, thermal, etc | Brunton Solaris 26 Folding Solar panel Help

Reviews Summary for Brunton Solaris 26 Folding Solar panel
Brunton Solaris 26 Folding Solar panel Reviews: 1 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $655
Description: Utilizes the most efficient flexible, thin-film solar technology and compact two-panel design for maximum performance and portability. Ideal for variable conditions, especially low-light wooded and cloudy coastal situations, this is the solar panel of choice for researchers in the arctic, expeditions to the Himalaya, and photo journalists working in the undeveloped world.
Dimensions: 21.5" x 41" open, 11"x8.75"x1" folded
Weight: 28 oz
Max output: 26 Watts (12V / 1600 mA)
Flexible high performance CIGS solar cells
Multi-section folding panels for ease of storage and use
Link up to two or more units together for more output
Product is in production.
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KK4GAF Rating: 5/5 Oct 28, 2012 19:40 Send this review to a friend
Great lightweight folding solar panel  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
I just bought one of the Brunton Solaris 26 folding solar panels. I run this with a Thunderbolt Magnum Solar Regulator. For a battery I use a 12volt 12ah SLA battery. The panel folds down to the same size as my FT-897D with a AT-897 Plus on it. And only 1" thick. The panel has dual connection ports to allow you to connect up to three of them with the Brunton Solar charge controller. I added the Magnum Regulator to have an output, that can get directly feed off the solar panel. Any power that left over gets diverted to charge the battery.

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