ROCKPALS SP003 100W Foldable Solar Panel for Jackery Explorer/Flashfish/BALDR/Goal Zero/Anker Portable Power Station Generator and USB Devices,…

(3 customer reviews)

Original price was: $259.99.Current price is: $199.99.


  • MADE FOR SOLAR GENERATORS – Compatible with most solar generator on the market ( but not for Jackery 440 ). With our included different size of connectors(8mm DC Adapter for Jackery/Anker, 5.5*2.1mm for ROCKPALS 250/300/350/500w), and 5V USB devices, including smartphones and tablets(iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy), GPS, digital cameras, etc
  • 3-USB SMART CHARGING TECHNOLOGY – The build-in smart IC chip intelligently identifies your device, and maximizes its charging speed while protects your devices from over charging and overloading. The charging current of USB ports (up to 2.4A max 5V DC per port, 6A max overall) is monitored and automatically adjusted according to the sunlight level.
  • HIGH CONVERSION EFFICIENCY – Constructed of high-efficiency solar arrays,convert up to 21.5-23.5% of solar power into free energy.
  • WATER-RESISTANT & DURABLE – Made from durable Oxford cloth. The solar panel is water resistant to endure all weather conditions, ideal for outdoor activities such as camping, climbing, hiking, picnic. Please NOTE: The junction box is not waterproof and please keep it dry.
  • FORDABLE & PORTABLE – Foldable design, convenient to carry it wherever you go. Folded dimensions: 20.5 * 14.2 * 2.6 inches.

, ROCKPALS SP003 100W Foldable Solar Panel for Jackery Explorer/Flashfish/BALDR/Goal Zero/Anker Portable Power Station Generator and USB Devices,…, 209.99, USD,

Additional information



Part Number


Item Weight

‎5.1 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎64.5 x 20.5 x 1.2 inches

Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer





‎Solar Panel 100W

Power Source

‎100 Watts Solar Powered


‎50 watts

Item Package Quantity


Temperature Range

‎0-120 Degrees Fahrenheit

Special Features

‎100 Watts, 18V

Batteries Included


Batteries Required


3 reviews for ROCKPALS SP003 100W Foldable Solar Panel for Jackery Explorer/Flashfish/BALDR/Goal Zero/Anker Portable Power Station Generator and USB Devices,…

  1. Peter Blankcard

    UPDATE Apr 2020: I’ve since purchased a second unit and I recently had the opportunity to test my two units while “boondocking” (RV term for remote camping). I wired them in series and hooked them up to a Renogy 30 amp MPPT charge controller.

    The best output I saw from the two panels (all numbers according to the Renogy controller) was 186 watts. During peak sun the output more typically hovered around 170 watts +/- 5 watts. During the three days we used the panels we got right around 1.5 kWh per day. This was in early April at 37°01’10.5″N latitude.

    I used cheap aluminum music stands to prop up the panels (2 stands per panel) and pointed the panels at the sun, rotating them occasionally to follow the sun’s track throughout the day.

    186 watts from the two panels is remarkable (93 watts each); probably a little too remarkable for two nominally 100-watt panels. I’m guessing that Rockpals derates the advertised capacity from their nominal capacity. Indeed, there is another seller of what appear to be (almost) identical panels that advertises its product as 120 watt panels.

    Original review:

    This panel is very nicely portable; the fact that it folds in fourths rather than half makes the form factor much nicer for transportation. The inclusion of various DC barrel connector sizes is nice.

    At local noon on May 13 at 40.29 degrees north latitude this panel put out 73 watts according to the portable power bank it was charging. DC amps were measured at 5.6 using a clamp-on ammeter. Open circuit voltage was 19.2; didn’t have a convenient way to measure voltage under load (but if you believe the watts reported by the power bank then the voltage was right about 13). (Note: the photo is of a previous day in the late afternoon.)

    I used it to charge the 400 watt-hour power bank in the photo. The bank was between 20% and 40% charged (the bank display only 5 levels: 0-20, 20-40, etc.) and reached 100% charge in about 5 hours with charging starting at 9:45 am daylight saving time.

    About the only negative I’ve found so far is the lack of any sort of included or attached prop-up device to place the the panels at an angle.

  2. Jean Paul Smith

    I’ve tried other panels, and ended up returning the others. I just bought 3 more of these, for a total of 4 now. I use them with 4 jackey explorer 240. These panels give literally twice as much wattage from solar, even on a cloudy day compared to the paxcess 50w. Or even the jackey solar panel itself. I have owned them all. I live off the grid in a shuttle bus, and these panels are an excellent buy!

  3. Amazon Prime Customer, Brian

    I Just did a test with the Rockpals 100 watt solar panel and the Jackery 60 Watt panel. Im very suprised but the Rockpals just isn’t a good as most of the reviews. I only get 33 and at most 34 watts! output with direct sunlight on the panel. NOT GOOD> ( should be at least 60-65 Watts) With a jackery 60 Watt panel laying right next to it, side by side, the Jackery 60Watt panel gets 38-39 Watts!
    I Got more than 10 percent more watts from a 40 percent smaller panel. Not a great product! I would NOT Recommend this! Im sending this back today…. Its also much Heavier than they say. Probably like 8 pounds. not bad but the Jackery is only 3 pounds and porduces more! ( I don’t work for Jackery, just trying to get the best panel for the money )

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