- Operating temp. range: -40° to 185°F
Use panels to provide backup power for critical systems such as security, small pumps, and telecommunications and outbuilding power, as well as for 12V battery charging, backcountry monitoring stations, and commercial and residential applications. Polycrystalline material is slightly less efficient than monocrystalline panels, and therefore requires a slightly larger surface to produce the same amount of electricity. Anodized aluminum frames can withstand wind and snow loads up to 30 lb./sq. ft.
- Grape Solar solar panels use sunlight (a renewable source of energy) to power commercial and residential buildings as well as lighting, gates, and electric fences. They are effective in environments with high temperatures and weak light. The panels' frames are designed to withstand wind and snow loads up to 50 lb./sq. ft.
- Bushnell solar panels use sunlight (a renewable source of energy) to power Bushnell Trophy Cams. Position the solar panel near the camera and connect the panel to the camera's external power input jack to extend the life of the camera’s batteries. The panels' internal lithium ion power core is continuously charged by the solar cells when they are exposed to the sun. When the camera is connected to the panel, the camera will draw its power from the panel's lithium ion power core for as long as possible. The camera will draw power from its internal batteries only when the solar panel's power core is depleted, which significantly extends the life of the batteries.
- BioLite solar panels use the sun's rays (a renewable source of energy) to power phones, tablets, and BioLite gear. The slim solar panels have an integrated sundial that aligns the panel to the sun to capture direct rays. They also have a 360° kickstand that allows the panel to be positioned on uneven terrain. The panel folds for compact storage and packing.