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Reviews Categories | Emergency/Portable Power: generators, solar, wind, thermal, etc | BP Solar Panel, MSX-20L Help

Reviews Summary for BP Solar Panel, MSX-20L
Reviews: 1 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $159
Description: BP MSX-Lite modules are designed for applications requiring a combination of light weight, compactness, and ruggedness. They are particularly useful as 12 VDC power sources for expeditions, mobile communications, recreational vehicles and railroad signaling devices. Four models of BP MSX-Lite are available, the BP MSX-5 Lite, -10 Lite, -20 Lite and -30 Lite, delivering nominal maximum power of 4.5, 10, 20, and 30 watts respectively.
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N4SL Rating: 5/5 Jun 6, 2004 20:52 Send this review to a friend
Perfect for the traveling ham  Time owned: 3 to 6 months
This panel is light weight, very tough and a reasonable size for 1.2A at 17VDC -- perfect for charging your 12V lead-acid battery.

I purchased mine to run my Elecraft K2 in the field and it works great for that.

The cells are mounted to a metal plate and sealed to it, so it's waterproof. Four grommeted mounting holes are provided for easy mounting, I just lay mine flat on a table.

Weight: 4.5 pounds
Size: 19.5 x 17.5"

Also available in 5, 10 & 30Watt panels.

I highly recommend this panel for QRPers and others wanting to charge 12V cells.

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