BLUETTI SP200 200w Solar Panel for AC200MAX/AC300/AC200P/EB70/AC50S/EB150/EB240 Power Station,Portable Foldable Solar Panel Power Backup for…

(3 customer reviews)

Original price was: $599.00.Current price is: $499.99.


  • 【High Conversion Efficiency】:BLUETTI SP200 is a 200-watt monocrystalline solar panel with high conversion efficiency,up to 23.5%, which is much higher than the typical solar panel generator/charger. With excellent 95% transparency, the BLUETTI SP200 performs better than similarly-rated polycrystalline solar panels in low-light conditions,and much higher than the market’s average.
  • 【Durable and Splash-proof】:Made with advanced laminated technology and long-lasting ETFE material on the surface, making it more durable and scratch-resistant. It is IP65 water-resistant that will protect from water splashing (Do not place it under the rain, or to soak in water).
  • 【Compatible with Most Solar Generators】:BLUETTI SP200 200W foldable solar panel uses MC**4 connector & is designed to be used with most solar generators on the market,including any of the BLUETTI solar generators (AC200 Max/AC200P/EB55/EB70/EB240/EB150/ AC50S/EP500)
  • 【FOLDABLE & PORTABLE】:With a fold size of 20.7 x 20.5 inches and weight only 14.3lbs, the BLUETTI SP200 is easy to transport and install for anyone.Tips:For best results,we recommend using BLUETTI solar panels with BLUETTI solar generators.We take no responsibility for efficiency to third-party products.
  • 【WHAT’S INCLUDED】:1*BLUETTI SP200 200W solar panel, 1*User Manual

, BLUETTI SP200 200w Solar Panel for AC200MAX/AC300/AC200P/EB70/AC50S/EB150/EB240 Power Station,Portable Foldable Solar Panel Power Backup for…, 499.99, USD,

Additional information



Item Weight

‎14.3 pounds

Package Dimensions

‎23.07 x 22.2 x 3 inches


‎SP200 200W


‎Monocrystalline Silicon


‎200 watts

Maximum Power

‎200 Watts

Item Package Quantity


Batteries Required


3 reviews for BLUETTI SP200 200w Solar Panel for AC200MAX/AC300/AC200P/EB70/AC50S/EB150/EB240 Power Station,Portable Foldable Solar Panel Power Backup for…

  1. Jermz

    **Update at the bottom**
    I know what you’re thinking, I thought the same thing too,… this is an expensive solar panel and is it worth it? To me, yes, totally worth it. If you’ve seen and messed with portable solar panels you know they are hit and miss in the quality department, real output department, and actual portability department. When I got this SP200 I knew it would be thin, but it’s even thinner than I was expecting. The panels are made with Sunpower cells which are known across the industry as being the most durable and highest performing cells. The cable that comes installed on the panel is high quality and long enough for my needs, so no extension needed.

    I only planned on ordering one of these because of their price but now that I’ve used one, my finger is itching to pull the trigger on one more so I can use them for my AC200P. Currently, I’m using it for the AC50S, and because the panel outputs so many watts the AC50S uses the full amount available which is 122 watts! Carrying both of these devices around is so compact, barely taking up any room! I also challenged my kids (9yrs and 7yrs) to set it all up without any instructions from me, and never having seen it setup before, and they had zero issues. It’s all plug and play.

    Very thin and compact, unfolds to a powerful array
    Sunpower Solar Cells
    Has mounting options (grommets)
    Simple to use (my kids figured it all out)

    Cons, I’m being nit picky here:
    I wish they included one of those MC4 tools to make it easier to disconnect panels when you’re finished (they clip together so tightly and sometimes it’s hard to squeeze the little tabs)

    Some other panels on the market have USB ports or other available power options included with the panels without the need to connect to something, I’m wondering if it could be as thin with that included.

    Ok, so I bought 2 more of these (don’t tell my wife). I get that these panels are expensive, I doubt you’ll find someone that will disagree. I never thought I’d buy 1, let alone 3 of them. The really amazing thing to me is their portability and compact design. I don’t have a huge RV or a lot of space to drag around large solar arrays; these 3 panels take up as much space as a folded quilt. When doing my initial testing I was getting about 470 watts in 90 degree heat, and when the clouds rolled in, I still got a minimum of 100 watts. Very happy with those results.

  2. Chen C.

    1. Premium quality to me.
    2. The panels can stand alone or be hung by the side.
    3. Good portability. You can carry it conveniently by the handle on the side. I may be even better if the product comes with a bag, because I don’t use it every day and a bag can shield it from dust.
    4. 200w output is satisfactory to most uses.

    Would be perfect if:
    1. Has more output compatibility to phones, etc.
    2. Since the product is so expensive, I wish the company has some recycle/trade-in program for us to upgrade to future models with a discount.

  3. Geoff Barker

    Looking for the ideal solar panel has become a bit of an obsession over the last few years. I have had quite a few and most of them disappoint on one level or another. Mostly speed of charge or flimsiness. So after a ton of research that drove my wife insane I was pleasantly surprised by the BLUETTI SP200 200w.

    Apart from being far more solid and well made than the others I have collected it has some whizzbang tech that really did make charging a lot less painful. Especially in lower light. The only thing missing is a direct USB or a standalone socket for a small device. However its such a nice unit I don’t even mind that.

    I am going to keep testing it over the next few months and will report back where necessary. But from the testing I have done I am more than happy.

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