RV Solar Options
Solar Panels - Rigid Roof Mounts
Updated July 2020 More efficient solar kits is what Go Power keeps striving for. What stated as a 160 watt solar panel is now a 190 watt panel in the same footprint.
Need to add solar panels to your RV?Depending on how large your charge controller is on your mobile solar array, you may be able add additional panels. Important factors to know when trying to add panels to your array: * How many amps can your charge controller handle * How many amps of solar are in your array * How is your array wired (Parallel, Series, Series/Parallel) * How much space do you have on your RV roof for more solar panels Here is a selection of panels to grow a Go Power System
Portable Solar Kits - PSK
Portable Solar Kits are great for the RVer who is not interested in mounting panels on the roof of the rig. This PSK is easily set up next to the camper or up to 30 feet away using the extension cable.
A selection of 5 current portable Solar kits with hot pricing
Portable solar kits are perfect for bringing solar charging to remote locations without much prewiring or permenant infrastructure. Some portable kits include legs and others include portable power packs to charge. Here are a few Go Power! portables and a few other items that may be of interest to you.
In the Portable Solar Guide you can learn about the benefits and advantages of having a portable solar kit.
Simple wattage calculator for devices in your RV
To calculate the wattage of an item it is important to know both the amps and the volts that the item uses. This simple calculator will give you an easy conversion to watts.
It is based on volts X amps = watts.Volts: Amps:
Take your power with you wherever you go with these new Poartable Power units. This mobile power station offers plenty of power which is great for tent camping, parties or whatever you can dream up.