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190 Watt Cabin Inverter Solar Kit

190 Watt Cabin Inverter Solar Kit

Cabin Inverter Solar Kit – 190w Solar Kit – 3000w Pure Sine Wave Inverter

Our Cabin Inverter Solar Kit comes with the durable 3000 watt pure sine wave inverter for running DC to AC power and 190 watt solar module with the installation kit and solar charge controller. 

3000 Watt Inverter

17.8 x 8.2 x 6.5 inches
21 lbs.

Inverter Install Kit 5 –

FBL-400 Amp Fuse & Block
10′ Large Guage 4/0 Cable

Inverter Remote for Storage

190 Watt Panel –

30 amp PWM solar controller

3 top power inverters from Go Power may be right for you too!

Go Power! makes high quality Sine Inverter Chargers and regular sine wave models as well. Sometimes all you need is the inverter, please check out the wattage for the right size for you.
3000 Watt Go Power Inverter
3000 Watt Go Power Sine Inverter

This Go Power Sine Wave power inverter is ready to power most of your 30 amp loads. It is ready to turn 12 volt DC into 120 VAC. Hard Wire Only.

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2000 Watt Go Power Sine Inverter
2000 Watt Go Power Sine Inverter

2000 Watt sine wave power inverter with a GFCI outlet on the front made by Go Power!

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2000 Watt Go Power Sine Inverter
1500 Watt Go Power Inverter

1500 Watts of clean pur power that has a GFCI and a great manufacturer, Go Power!

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190 Watt panels are a great RV size and foot print

For years we sold the Go power 190 high quality solar panels. This robust size was powerful yet had a great form factor.
190 Watt Go Power Solar Panel
Go Power 190 Watt Overlander Kit

This Go Power kit is the basic building block of a standard RV solar kit. It comes with the solar panel controller, brackets and solar cable.

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With Go Power panels you know you will get what you pay for. They are a little more exspensive and the quality is there to support the price.

Maybe save a few dollars with another RV solar panel brand.

190 Watt Solar Panel
190 Watt Solar Panel

This is a 190 watt bare solar panel. It claims to be RV friendly and has a pretty good price.

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There are always different panels that you can choose to build your solar array from. Always consider price versus quality. Solar panels are things you really don't want to have to replace. It is a pain, so choose what works for your RV or off-grid array.

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Solar Panel Efficiency Increased Same Footprint Is Now 190 Watts
Solar Panel Efficiency Increased Same Footprint Is Now 190 Watts

Solar has now become more efficient in the same footprint Go Power has released their NEW 190 Watt solar module which replaced their 170 watt module. The 170 watt solar module replaced their 160 watt module. As you can see, there is a positive trend here with the efficiency of Go Power solar panels. The solar panel efficiency has increased and the footprint kept the same. The panel now gives you an extra 30 watts of power.

MC3 MC4 Solar Expansion Panel
MC3 MC4 Solar Expansion Panel

Which do I have, MC3 or MC4 Solar Expansion Panel? Do I have the MC3 or MC4 connectors on my existing RV Solar kit? A lot of times it is really easy to determine, you just need to have access to the connectors on the existing system. Once you have the connectors visible, you should be able to see the side of the connector for the MC3 or MC4. An MC4 connector on the end of the solar power cable has locking tabs on the side.

Simple Device Wattage Calculator
Simple Device Wattage Calculator

Calulating power requirements for solar ** We are re working the code for our power calculator. it should be back up soon. Simple wattage calculator for devices in your RV To calculate the wattage of an item it is important to know both the amps and the volts that the item uses. This simple calculator will give you an easy conversion to watts. It is based on volts X amps = watts.