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This is a pretty good deal.

Prime day had 2 renogy 100w panels for $140
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So how do you use this? Can you plug in your regular house sockets to this? Or do you need to buy more stuff like inverters etc to be able to harness the solar power and charge your small electronics?
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So how do you use this? Can you plug in your regular house sockets to this? Or do you need to buy more stuff like inverters etc to be able to harness the solar power and charge your small electronics?
If you're only charging small USB electronics, this is actually kind of overkill, but you could get a charge controller that has USB ports and optionally connect a 12v battery.

More common uses include using 1 or more in parallel with a charge controller to charge a 12v battery bank for off-grid power, and/or connecting a 120v inverter to power home electronics/appliances. You just need to have a good understanding of draw and supply current (amperage) to make sure you're not overloading anything.
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So how do you use this? Can you plug in your regular house sockets to this? Or do you need to buy more stuff like inverters etc to be able to harness the solar power and charge your small electronics?
You need to buy more stuff.
You need an inverter and a battery at a minimum. If you want to power 110v items you'll also need an inverter. The size of each depends on your application.
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Good price for 100W, owners of a power station with a MPPT solar charge controller will be happy
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Is the 200W a single panel or a pair of 100W panels?

Amazon shows it comes in a pair of 100W. Isn't it cheaper to get 2 100W at $68.xx each. You'll save $20 then

https://www.amazon.com/ECO-WORTHY...B09RZZHHHM

Edit : never mind, looks like this one is a real single 200W panel
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So how do you use this? Can you plug in your regular house sockets to this? Or do you need to buy more stuff like inverters etc to be able to harness the solar power and charge your small electronics?
you can do this with a simple power bank that takes solar input. Like a bluetti or eco flow products. then connect your electronics to that directly. in short solar panel---> bluetti/ eco flow---->devices. All you need is this solar panel and what's below. that's it.
people love complicating to make themselves sound smart.
https://slickdeals.net/f/15986377-268wh-bluetti-eb3a-600w-portable-power-station-lifepo4-battery-solar-generator-177-70-free-shipping?src=frontpage
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I snatched up the Northern Tool 100w kit for $116. Can't add this panel right? Manufacturer mismatch compatibility? Upgrade the Charge Controller and all? I'll consider myself lucky to have gotten a nice starter kit cheap.
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you can do this with a simple power bank that takes solar input. Like a bluetti or eco flow products. then connect your electronics to that directly. in short solar panel---> bluetti/ eco flow---->devices. All you need is this solar panel and what's below. that's it.
people love complicating to make themselves sound smart.
https://slickdeals.net/f/15986377-268wh-bluetti-eb3a-600w-portable-power-station-lifepo4-battery-solar-generator-177-70-free-shipping?src=frontpage
Lol, Thanks!
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I want to add a 200W to my current 100W setup. Is it possible to just wire a 200W in parallel to my current 100W to get 12v 25A? Or do solar panels need to be the same brand to wire in parallel?
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you can do this with a simple power bank that takes solar input. Like a bluetti or eco flow products. then connect your electronics to that directly. in short solar panel---> bluetti/ eco flow---->devices. All you need is this solar panel and what's below. that's it.
people love complicating to make themselves sound smart.
https://slickdeals.net/f/15986377-268wh-bluetti-eb3a-600w-portable-power-station-lifepo4-battery-solar-generator-177-70-free-shipping?src=frontpage
Thanks, I just bought that Bluetti EB3A solar generator yesterday, and was looking for a cheap 100-200W solar panel.

I assume that some additional cabling between the panel and Bluetti EB3A, but nothing else.

However I am quite concerned about using a rigid solar panel which is designed to permanently mounted for car camping instead of a more durable foldable portable solar panel.
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Thanks, I just bought that Bluetti EB3A solar generator yesterday, and was looking for a cheap 100-200W solar panel.

I assume that some additional cabling between the panel and Bluetti EB3A, but nothing else.

However I am quite concerned about using a rigid solar panel which is designed to permanently mounted for car camping instead of a more durable foldable portable solar panel.
You just connect this solar charging cable [amazon.com] from solar panel to the Bluetti. The cable is included with the purchase of EB3A.
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You just connect this solar charging cable [amazon.com] from solar panel to the Bluetti. The cable is included with the purchase of EB3A.
Can the Bluetti EB3A utilize two of the 200W panels or would a pair of the 100W panels be sufficient?
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Want to build a 400-600w system for my outdoor kitchen/ligths... need to figure out all I need.
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