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Best Buy.com has Ring Solar Panel (Black, 88SP000FC000) on sale for $19.99. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping, otherwise, free shipping on orders over $35 or more. Thanks longmanj9

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The Ring Solar Panel unit is weather resistant, making it suitable for most climates. It hooks up to the Ring Stick Up camera w/ USB micro cable. Offer valid only for September 22, 2017 or while supplies last - Discombobulated

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Connect your Ring stick-up camera to an everlasting power source with this Ring solar panel. It hooks up to the Ring stick-up camera with a USB micro cable that can keep the camera charged with just a few hours of daylight. The Ring solar panel unit is weather resistant, making it suitable for most climates.

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For those interested, like myself, this doesn't work for Arlo Cameras. Frown
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It outputs 0.3 amps and only 2V... Most battery packs today expect 2 amps and 10V. You might be able to trickle charge it but it's not going to be practical
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Watts = amps x volts

2 watts = 0.33 amps x 6 volts (in perfect conditions)

Still not spectacular, but let's "math" correctly.
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For those interested, like myself, this doesn't work for Arlo Cameras. Frown
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Neat. Don't have a camera but it's micro USB so I'll try it to charge my battery pack. Could be useful in emergencies.
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For those interested, like myself, this doesn't work for Arlo Cameras. Frown
It has the same spec compared to arlo solar (model-vma4600)
It doesn't work with arlo b/c of??
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It has the same spec compared to arlo solar (model-vma4600)
It doesn't work with arlo b/c of??
iirc the Arlo Pro has a rather different shaped plastic around the port which makes it challenging to plug normal cable into it. You could probably hack this a bit to get it to work imho.
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Neat. Don't have a camera but it's micro USB so I'll try it to charge my battery pack. Could be useful in emergencies.
It outputs 0.3 amps and only 2V... Most battery packs today expect 2 amps and 10V. You might be able to trickle charge it but it's not going to be practical
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They made a mistake in the Specifications. It's a 6 Volt panel at 2 Watt's. Not 2 Volts at 6 Watt's. There's not a camera around that I've ever seen running on 2 Volts. It should work with Arlo cameras, but the connectors might have to be spliced.
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Guess this wouldn't power a raspi zero?
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I had a solar generator, want to buy a solar panel to charge it. This solar panel working voltage: 6v, power: 2w, charging current is at 0.34A? Charging is very slow.
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Can this be used to charge a battery pack during the day on camping trips since its micro USB?
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It outputs 0.3 amps and only 2V... Most battery packs today expect 2 amps and 10V. You might be able to trickle charge it but it's not going to be practical

Watts = amps x volts

2 watts = 0.33 amps x 6 volts (in perfect conditions)

Still not spectacular, but let's "math" correctly.
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It outputs 0.3 amps and only 2V... Most battery packs today expect 2 amps and 10V. You might be able to trickle charge it but it's not going to be practical
That doesn't sound right. Most battery packs Take 5 volt since they charge from USB. I don't know a single battery pack used to charge mobile devices that needs 10 volt.
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