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Old 06-13-2022, 12:20 AM   #1
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120W lighter portable solar panel is on sale! Solid rigid quality with a fabric type

Hey all.

Today Iím gonna bring you guys a 120W lighter portable solar panel.

As itís mentioned above, the most distinctive point of this one is that itís lightweight, only weighing 10.36 pounds and thatís quite impressive, cuz itís comparable to other fabric-type folding solar panels. While this one is designed for those guys who want a solid rigid panelóónormally they would weigh around 30-50 poundsóówhich makes them easier to point at the sun and a little more stable when theyíre up.

In all, how important is it to have a lightweight solar panel? Just please imagine you taking out a heavy portable solar panel in the trunk for camping under the scorching sun..Youíre hanging out for fun instead of some personal USMC training!:ROFLMAO:

And if youíre a camping lover you may hear about 5BB and 9BB. What is the difference between them?

9BB means nine busbars, the module contained several cells with nine busbars are mentioned as a 9BB solar panel. The more a solar panel has, the more electricity it can conduct. Before this, there are some other busbar-type solar panels on the market like 5BB, 4BB, and 3BB.
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The biggest advantage that 9BB has is that it has less internal resistance loss than 5BB. The number of busbars affects resistance losses, while the increasing distance between two metal contacts causes resistance losses. 9BB cells have more busbars than 5BB cells, which reduces internal resistance loss by creating the bus spacing smaller, extending the lifetime of the cells. Whatís more, the Mono solar panel of 9 busbar solar cells, shows a stronger current collection ability which can provide high conversion efficiency up to 23.5%.

As camping lovers and RVers, you guys must be wondering about the durability of this, our panels meet the IP67 Waterproof and can stand a strong jet of water sprayed directly on it or its components and it wonít hurt it, which means you donít have to worry about the weather and can just be left it out in the rain. In every weather condition, itíll be able to rise to the occasion.

For the warranty part.BougeRV offers one-to-one solar solutions with a promise of a 25-year power output warranty (5 years /95% efficiency, 10 years /90% efficiency, 25 years /80% efficiency) and a lifetime of enthusiastic service.

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For the guys who want to learn more about 9bb solar panels plz feel free to check this out:https://www.bougerv.com/blogs/article/9bb-solar-panel
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Two of these portable panels connected serially to a victron 75/15 smartsolar mppt would make a great setup. Imho.
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