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I love the picture of this peasly thing on the yacht. Bwahahaha like someone with a yacht would deal with this thing.
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I love the picture of this peasly thing on the yacht. Bwahahaha like someone with a yacht would deal with this thing.
When they got lost in the ocean for months, they definitely need a thing like this.
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This is a good deal on a good panel. I bought one a few months back and have been pleased with it. I use it on my camper to keep the batteries charged while in storage, and to run my 12v fridge when camping. I'm not too techy, so have not done any output testing, but I've used it on a 3 day camping trip and it kept my battery charged, even running the 12v fridge.

I've read that many of these flexible panels go bad from to much heat build up. This is a problem if you glue them directly to your RV, Car, etc and then the panel goes bad and you have to damage your roof or paint to remove it. What I did was use high strength velcro tape to mount this to the roof of my camper. I used some safety wire to the solar panel grommets as a fail safe. I've driven 80mph with this setup and the velcro holds strong. This allows for some airflow between the roof and the panel to keep the panel cooler. This also allows me to unvelcro the panel from the roof if I need to use the panel in another vehicle, or if the panel goes bad.

I like this panel enough that I just ordered a second panel for another solar project.

EDIT: The one I bought before is Sun Power brand not the Renogy brand. I'll see if the Renogy works as well as my current Sun Power when it shows up later this week.
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I love the picture of this peasly thing on the yacht. Bwahahaha like someone with a yacht would deal with this thing.
I lived on a sailboat for years, I would have love to have had this when I would go to Catalina
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I love the picture of this peasly thing on the yacht. Bwahahaha like someone with a yacht would deal with this thing.
Not sure what peasly means.

However flexible panels are used on watercraft all over the world. Including multi-million-dollar Super Yachts. They use them because they form to the crazy shapes boat builder's design.
I had 10 of these on top of my houseboat and they were Renogy. They have since been replaced with the 200-watt version and I only have 6 instead of 10. They are good units, and this is a good price.
Thanks to the original poster. I am ordering 4 to add to the front of my curved camper trailer. They will supplement the hard panels I already have on the roof.

Again, not sure what peasly means. Can you add some type of context? Inquiring minds want to know.

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Is it possible to hook it up on the passenger car roof and secure it when parked and can't easily be removed by the thieves?
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I love the picture of this peasly thing on the yacht. Bwahahaha like someone with a yacht would deal with this thing.
I have six of these on my 36' Jeanneau so…. Yeah…
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Is it possible to hook it up on the passenger car roof and secure it when parked and can't easily be removed by the thieves?
Yes, I have them attached to my Tundra roof using industrial hook and loop from 3m. 80 MPH for 4 years and no problems with them flying off. Nobody to my knowledge has tried to steal them even though that was my biggest worry. If you want to leave them on your roof 24/7 you can and use Eterna bond tape used to seal roofs on RV's. If you need to remove them later, you can remove the tape (not easy) with a bit of time and cleaning the glue residue off with mineral spirits.

As another poster said biggest issue is heat under the panels caused by the metal roof on a vehicle. Not an issue with the ones on my fiberglass bed cap. It can cause them to be less efficient when sitting in one spot but they will stay cool when moving.
Mine have been up there over 4 years and taken a beating from canoes and Kayak sliding on them but they are still going strong. I figured if I got 5 years out of them i would be satisfied and I know I am going to get that out of these an min. They have not lost much efficiency and I will keep them up there until I do.
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I lived on a sailboat for years, I would have love to have had this when I would go to Catalina
Must have for trip to Catalina Island mixer!
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When they got lost in the ocean for months, they definitely need a thing like this.
It doubles as a sail
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I love the picture of this peasly thing on the yacht. Bwahahaha like someone with a yacht would deal with this thing.
I'm going to get 2 of these, I've been lurking SD for a deal on a peasly yacht.
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Yes, I have them attached to my Tundra roof using industrial hook and loop from 3m.
Thank you for sharing. I am looking to put this on my iKamper RTT which is fiberglass and was thinking of using Velcro but was curious it it would work.

Which controller do you use for these?

Thanks!
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$158 for me.
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Quote from hpcaub :
This is a good deal on a good panel. I bought one a few months back and have been pleased with it. I use it on my camper to keep the batteries charged while in storage, and to run my 12v fridge when camping. I'm not too techy, so have not done any output testing, but I've used it on a 3 day camping trip and it kept my battery charged, even running the 12v fridge.

I've read that many of these flexible panels go bad from to much heat build up. This is a problem if you glue them directly to your RV, Car, etc and then the panel goes bad and you have to damage your roof or paint to remove it. What I did was use high strength velcro tape to mount this to the roof of my camper. I used some safety wire to the solar panel grommets as a fail safe. I've driven 80mph with this setup and the velcro holds strong. This allows for some airflow between the roof and the panel to keep the panel cooler. This also allows me to unvelcro the panel from the roof if I need to use the panel in another vehicle, or if the panel goes bad.

I like this panel enough that I just ordered a second panel for another solar project.

EDIT: The one I bought before is Sun Power brand not the Renogy brand. I'll see if the Renogy works as well as my current Sun Power when it shows up later this week.
Did you put velcro strips on all sides or only the left/right sides?
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