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About this product


  • High efficiency crystalline cell for all weather charging
  • Perfect for slow cooker operation, boat trips and long-term caravan touring trips
  • Water resistant, robust construction for outdoor use

Product overview

• High efficiency crystalline cell for all weather charging • Perfect for slow cooker operation, boat trips and long-term caravan touring trips• Water resistant, robust construction for outdoor use• 20 year cell warranty and 10 year module warranty

The 60W panel provides much higher power demands and includes bypass diodes to minimise the effect of shadows. It delivers maximum power in the smallest module size saving weight and space. It is supplied with an 4A charge controller, all the necessary cable (5m), connectors and detailed installation instructions. A universal stand (Order Code L25BR) is also available. It quickly and easily fits to the panels enabling them to be used "free standing", angled to suit the time of day/year and conditions.*Please note: An invertor is required to power or charge 240Vac appliances - not included.


Power: 60 watts
Peak Output: 3.97A @ 17.2V
Approximate watt-hours per day*: 420
Approximate amp-hours per day*: 27.79
Dimensions: 670 x 694 x 35mm
Weight: 6.3kg

Will it be enough to power electricty in my own home?
Asked by: Mohamed
No, this is only suitable for smaller applications such as slow cooker operation, boat trips and long-term caravan touring trips.
Answered by: DH
Date published: 2015-07-17

How do I prevent the battery. that's being charged, from overcharging. Regards Terry
Asked by: Terry
The supplied regulator would prevent the battery from being overcharged.
Answered by: PW
Date published: 2015-07-17

can i power an average 60 watt bulb off this or even several?
Asked by: kezmo
This is a 12v 5A charger for charging 12v lead acid batteries. (50Ah is the idea size for this one)
Answered by: GM
Date published: 2015-07-17

as far as i can see there is no information at all on this product/ it says solar panel kit information then theres a blank space. dimentions and output values would be useful l please
Asked by: Tom Alpe
Given that Watss is a composite of Volts and Amps and that the V rating is 12V it is quite simple to calculate the typical current (A). See previous answers for examples.
Answered by: SG
Date published: 2015-07-17

How long would this take to charge a car battery? And what additional connectors would I need to set that up ...
Asked by: Andy Pellew
what is the capacity of a battery? This provides a peak power output of 60W (this is in blazing sunshine at the height of the day) it typically provides around 45W on average. dividing Watts by Volts gives Amps so 45 / 12 = 3.75. So over the course of a typical summers day with an average of 14 hours sunlight this would provide 52.5A of charge (3.75 x 14). If the battery is flat and has a capacity of 40Ah this means it will be fully charged after around 11 hours.
Answered by: SG
Date published: 2015-07-17

hi there just wondered how long it would take to charge a 12v 65ah lead acid battery from flat with this panel?
Asked by: MR G M Gengan
60w / 12v = 5A 65Ah / 5A = 13 so 13 hours
Answered by: GM
Date published: 2017-01-27

How long would it take this product to charge a 12V battery from flat? How is this calculated?
Asked by: Simon Black
capacity of battery in mAh divided by charge rate of solar panel in A. A can be found by dividing the power W by the voltage V
Answered by: SG
Date published: 2015-07-17
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