40 Watt Solar Panel

The 40 watt solar panel has actually an output of 2.4 amps of DC power during top solar hours. This panel must be supplied with a controller, as it is big sufficient to overcharge batteries without one. 40 watts of solar have the right to be provided for charging and maintenance of 12 volt batteries approximately about 250 amp hrs of capacity and rearea energy usage, offering from 9 to 17 amps or even more in a day. This can be appropriate for remote telemeattempt, radio repeaters, LED signs, RV battery maintenance, and also various other such applications wbelow the amp attract fits the output. The BSP4012 solar panel is an aluminum framed, commercial grade unit for lengthy term exterior use, and has 15 feet of UV resistant cable permanently attached.

Part#: BSP401240 Watt Solar Panel$165

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Specifications: Features:
Dim (LxWxH):25.0 x 21.1 x 1.31 Aluminum Frame
Actual Weight:11.8 Exterior Grade
Ship Weight:14.0 Weatherproof
Open Circuit:22.2 VDC 15 Foot Output Cable
Output:40 watts
Output Current:2.4 Amps
Warranty:10 Years

Applications for the BSP4012 40 Watt Panel

This 40 watt panel is supplied for battery recharging in tiny solar units wbelow the current attract is little (2 to 12 amps complete in a day). A solar controller such as the Morningstar SunSaver 6 must be supplied with this panel, or any type of solar panel over 5 watts output. We usage this panel in 12 volt applications or series 2 panels for 24 volt applications.

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