Newpowa 210W(Watts) Solar Panel Monocrystalline 12V High Efficiency Module for RV Marine Boat Trailer Camper Green House Off Grid System

(3 customer reviews)

Description

  • New Design: Higher cells efficiency, better light converting rate
  • Dimension: 64.57*26.57*1.38inch, high winds (2400PA) and snow loads (5400PA)
  • Maximum Power: 210W, voltage at Pmax: 17.0V, current at Pmax: 12.35A
  • Installation: Diodes are pre-installed in the junction box, with a pair of pre-attached 3ft MC4 cables
  • Warranty: 25-year transferable power output warranty

, Newpowa 210W(Watts) Solar Panel Monocrystalline 12V High Efficiency Module for RV Marine Boat Trailer Camper Green House Off Grid System, 207.9, USD,

Additional information

Product Dimensions

64.57 x 26.57 x 1.38 inches

Item Weight

24.4 pounds

Item model number

NPA210S-12H

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

June 12, 2015

Manufacturer

Newpowa

Country of Origin

Malaysia

3 reviews for Newpowa 210W(Watts) Solar Panel Monocrystalline 12V High Efficiency Module for RV Marine Boat Trailer Camper Green House Off Grid System

  1. ped

    DO NOT LISTEN TO THESE NEG REVIEWS. THEY DO NOT KNOW HOW SOLAR ACTUALLY WORKS. Rarely are you going to get full wattage from any panel. Plus the battery has to be very low or lithium to get full charge power. If its near full the controller limits the input wattage. Then you have to factor sun angle, wire runs, junction resistance, etc. I have 5 doffere t brands and theure all the same. Expect 60-80% rated wattage based on all these factors.

    If you think getting some other brand like renogy made on the same chinese assembly line with a different sticker on it will get you 30% more wattage, you’re in for a disappointment.

    Writing negative reviews due to uninformed and unrealistic expectations is unfortunate.

  2. Koert

    After a bunch of research and reading a thousand reviews, I decided that the 210W Newpowa was not only the best value available, but also the best solution for our limited roof space.

    I’m not an expert, but I’ve installed and tested at least 15 solar panels over the last ten years. For an RV application, shade is an important factor and these panels are as good as the best brand names at handling low sun and shading.

    (I had to laugh – right after I ordered my Newpowa panels, I called up a friend who’s upgrading his large Class A motorhome. This guy is an electronics fanatic, a retired communications engineer who now lives and breathes solar power. When I told him I had ordered the Newpowa 210W panel – I hadn’t even told him that I was shopping for new panels – he said that he had also just ordered a bunch for his Class A. There’s no better feeling than knowing that others, especially experts, have independently come to the same conclusion.)

    The narrow width of the Newpowa panels is allowing me to easily install 840 watts (four panels) on our 2021 Navion and I may even find room for one or two more. The new RV’s are much more dependent on battery power than prior models, and I refuse to run the noisy generator or be dependent on finding a campground with electrical outlets.

    And great customer support from Newpowa. When my Amazon shipment was lost, Amazon was quick to make things right and Newpowa stepped in and made sure I got a replacement order fulfilled immediately. You won’t get that kind of support (or these prices) from any of the popular consumer-oriented companies. And I didn’t even mention that I would be writing an Amazon review.

  3. Don Foley

    I hung these on the davits of my sailboat about 1.5 years ago. They work great keeping my house bank charged. I don’t even pay for dock electric anymore. At $35 a month for dock electric, they have already paid for themselves a couple times over. This is in Central Florida, high humidity, high heat and a salt water environment.

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