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Ecoflow Portable Solar Panels for Power Station: 400W $949, 160W $279, 110W EXPIRED

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EcoFlow via Amazon has select Ecoflow Foldable Portable Solar Panels for Power Station with Adjustable Kickstand on sale from $209. Shipping is free.EcoFlow has select Ecoflow Foldable Portable Solar Panels for Power Station with Adjustable Kickstand on sale from $209. Shipping is free.Thanks to Community Member jimtran93 for finding this deal.

Features:
  • Foldable solar panels that are designed to go wherever life takes you. Ideal as an RV solar panel, camping solar panel and outdoor panel. Charge anywhere.
  • Weather, Water and Dust Proof. With an IP68 waterproof rating, these portable solar panels are made for the outdoors and can withstand the elements.
  • The carry case doubles as a kickstand, allowing you to maximize solar coverage by setting the angle just right. That means you can charge your solar generator faster.
Includes:
  • 1 x EcoFlow Solar Panel
  • 1 x Kickstand Case
  • 1 x User Manual
  • 1 x Warranty Card

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EcoFlow is having a sales on their portable solar panels. Prices are the lowest ever according to Camel Camel Camel, or are as low as previous sales.

EcoFlow 60 Watt - $139 (EcoFlow store [ecoflow.com] is sold out, but still available on Amazon [amazon.com])

EcoFlow 110 Watt - $209 (EcoFlow store [ecoflow.com] or Amazon [amazon.com])

EcoFlow 160 Watt - $279 (EcoFlow store [ecoflow.com] or Amazon [amazon.com])

EcoFlow 400 Watt - $949 on Amazon [amazon.com] or $999 on the EcoFlow store [ecoflow.com]

https://amazon.com/stores/page/1D...0E35E7EA93

https://us.ecoflow.com/collection...lar-panels
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roaky asked this question on 08-16-2022 at 11:15 AM
08-16-2022 at 01:09 PM
The 60, 110, and 160 watt panels will work with the Bluetti EB3A. But the 400 watt panel has too high of a open circuit voltage.

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Those 400 Watts do get 370+ . I have gotten 409 but might just be a fluke. Expensive per watt...but no doubt if you needed 400 portable...this will be lighter and more efficient...maybe not cheaper but very close at this price.
yes you can mix/match different power levels.
Thin design for portability but it is fragile and the case stand isn't great ! Price and build quality are great ! I own the 110w Ecoflow. Get 85 watts at noon here in AZ around 100 degrees sky !

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60 watt on Amazon is $249 with a $110 coupon. Good deal, thank you
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Those 400 Watts do get 370+ . I have gotten 409 but might just be a fluke. Expensive per watt...but no doubt if you needed 400 portable...this will be lighter and more efficient...maybe not cheaper but very close at this price.
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I am a bit unfamiliar, if I already have an eco flow 110W, can I get a 160W to parallel? Or you shouldn't mix/match same brand but different power levels?
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I am a bit unfamiliar, if I already have an eco flow 110W, can I get a 160W to parallel? Or you shouldn't mix/match same brand but different power levels?
yes you can mix/match different power levels.
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So I'd also need a power station to plug one of these into. And then run the computer, light, etc. off that?
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So I'd also need a power station to plug one of these into. And then run the computer, light, etc. off that?
that's what I'm thinking. Looks like it's just the solar panels. You'd need an inverter and some type of power storage to run accessories like a laptop.
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So I'd also need a power station to plug one of these into. And then run the computer, light, etc. off that?
Check ecolab power bank, you can plug the solar panel in.
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that's what I'm thinking. Looks like it's just the solar panels. You'd need an inverter and some type of power storage to run accessories like a laptop.
correct, they are often bundled with the battery: https://www.wellbots.com/search?q...lar+bundle
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I am a bit unfamiliar, if I already have an eco flow 110W, can I get a 160W to parallel? Or you shouldn't mix/match same brand but different power levels?
It is important that your panels have roughly the same voltage. The currents can be different.

The 110W panel has a Voc of 21.7V and Vmp of 18.5V, while the 160W panel has a Voc of 21.4V and a Vmp of 18.2V. So it should be close enough.

In this case, your system voltage would be the lowest between the two panels.
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Would these work for my camp trailer? There's a solar ready plug in in, I have no idea what will work or not.

I have two 12v batteries, if that matters.
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Thin design for portability but it is fragile and the case stand isn't great ! Price and build quality are great ! I own the 110w Ecoflow. Get 85 watts at noon here in AZ around 100 degrees sky !
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Why is this a better deal than some of the other options on Amazon like this 220W one for $229? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075SZMFP2/
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yes you can mix/match different power levels.
Peace.....
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