AIPER Portable Solar Panel 60W for Suaoki/Jackery/Goal Zero Yeti/Rockpals/Paxcess Portable Power Station as Solar Generator,Portable Foldable Solar…

(3 customer reviews)

$99.99

Description

  • 【HIGH EFFICIENCY】High efficiency up to 23%, building up a Portable-Solar-Generator System together with AIPER Flash 150/Discoverer 300 power station (Flash 150/Discoverer 300 sold separately). Ideally suited for the outdoor life and even unexpected power outages
  • 【MADE FOR SOLAR GENERATORS AND LAPTOPS】Compatible with most solar generator/portable power stations on the market. Includes 10 different size connectors (8mm DC Adapter for Goal Zero/Jackery Explorer 150/240/500/1000 and PAXCESS 330W power station , 3.5 * 1.35mm DC Adapter for Suaoki 150Wh portable Generator and our Flash 150, and 5.5*2.1mm DC Adapter for Rockpals 250W PAXCESS 200W portable generator and our Discoverer 300)
  • 【Solar charger with USB output】Equipped with 1*5V/2A USB-A output port, can automatically detect the device and charge at full speed, charging multiple portable device at the same time, including smartphones, tablets, digital cameras, etc.
  • 【FORDABLE SOLAR PANEL WITH KICKSTAND】- Foldable design with easy carry handles, convenient to carry it wherever you go (Folded dimensions: 13.86*14.65*1.38 inches). Slightly adjust the angle with the kickstand
  • 【Buy with Confidence】: At Aiper, customer satisfaction is our number 1 priority, that’s why we provide you 45 days replacement or full refund and 12 months worry-free warranty. If you have any question, please feel free to contact us and we sincerely offer friendly customer service within 24 hours

, AIPER Portable Solar Panel 60W for Suaoki/Jackery/Goal Zero Yeti/Rockpals/Paxcess Portable Power Station as Solar Generator,Portable Foldable Solar…, 176.99, USD,

Additional information

Product Dimensions

13.86 x 14.65 x 1.38 inches

Item Weight

6.17 pounds

Date First Available

August 15, 2019

Manufacturer

Aiper

3 reviews for AIPER Portable Solar Panel 60W for Suaoki/Jackery/Goal Zero Yeti/Rockpals/Paxcess Portable Power Station as Solar Generator,Portable Foldable Solar…

  1. Steve V.

    I haven’t had anything from this company before but was quite impressed after opening it up. It’s lightweight and heat side folds out so there’s four 15w sections for a total of 60w. It comes with a male male DC cable that connects from the solar panel to whatever you’re wanting to charge. It also came with a bunch of different DC adapters which is great. The panel can be laid down flat when the sun is straight up but what makes it even better than the Rockpals panel that I have is it has a kickstand on each end so when the sun is still low in the sky you can angle it at a 45 degree angle. The inner pocket has a foil like padded interior which is a nice touch. The built-in charge controller has the DC output port and a 5 volt 2 amp USB output. The panel is very lightweight for what it is and the carrying handle is comfortable and feels very sturdy.

  2. Matthew J. McLaren

    I have bought Two of these now and have been happy with with the performance WHILE THEY ARE WORKING. But, there are a couple of major problems. First, the adapter between the cable and the Aiper battery/converter is cheap third party junk and always fails within a few months. Secondly there is a weak link in the control box of the panel which fails after about six months. I like the people and the company but these issues must be fixed. The cable from the panel to the battery SHOULD NOT REQUIRE AN ADAPTER. And whatever the weak link is in the panel control box must be fixed.

  3. Tam

    I purchased these solar panels expecting lower output than the rated 60w, just like any other solar panel being sold on the market. The 60w rating was done according to the Japan Industrial standard in lab controlled conditions, the manual even specifies that in bright sun they expected about 80% of the rated so keep in mind thats 48watts (see attached manual picture).
    I bought this to recharge my portable power station while camping (so review revolves around the 18 volt output, i did not test the usb 5 volt output since if your looking to charge usb battery packs your usually looking at the much smaller panels, see attached picture for comparison size against smaller solar panels meant for usb packs). Firstly i followed the instructions in the manual (see attached picture) and oriented the panels towards the south and adjusted angle as the day changed. Throughout the day it supplied power mostly in the range of 40-25 watts of power (noon to late afternoon in california during summer), which was sufficient to charge my 220 watt hour power station as pictured (note that i typically only use about half of the power stations charge a night when i camp, so half a day was more than sufficient).
    I have an off brand power station so was worried that this might not be compatible when i purchased the panels but this solar panel comes with a large selection of tips so i found the right one easily. I do wish the accessory tips had the dimensions marked on the side instead of requiring you to look in the manual and correspond the size of the tips to a letter thats written on the side of the tip (see attached manual picture), but thats a minor nuisance. The dual folding stands were a nice feature, they felt really sturdy and i would expect they would hold up to moderate windy conditions. The panel folds up well and is relatively compact. It is however held in the folded position with two buckles which i think look a little bit cheap, but i used them repeatedly multiple times trying to stress them and saw no issues with them. One other notable feature is the rear compartment that is insulated (pictured), i believe this should help to protect the life of the voltage controller within the compartment keeping it cooler, after having it in the sun half the day that area was cool to touch so i believe it is effective.

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