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Portable 90 Watts Solar Power Kit 30 Feet Away Go Power 90 Watt Portable Kit

This portable solar kit has 90 Watts of power now

Thats right an extra 10 watts of solar chargin in the same form factor.

Go Power 90 Watt Portable solar kit with 30 Foot Extesnion Cable

This 90-watt portable kit paired with the 30-foot extension cable will get you in the sun and charge your batteries in a flash. The Go Power portable solar panel is rated at a total of 90 Watts of power. When in the direct sun, you will achieve optimal battery charging that will be controller by the included solar charge controller. As a kit, this will be an easy unit to setup and also an easy unit to break down and stow.  Simply get this panel from its storage area, unfold and place in the sun. Once this is going you will need to connect the included quick connect battery connectors to the battery you would like to charge.    

  • Quick and simple setup
  • 80 Watts of power 4.4 amps DC per hour
  • Built-in 10-amp solar controller
  • 25-year warranty
  • Includes carrying case

This kits includes the 10 amp charge controller (GP-PWM-10-FM), Battery Clamps, Quick Connectors, Ring Terminal Connectors, SAE Solar Plug Adapter, 12 Feet of UV 12/2 Cable and the Storage Case.

For other accessories see the [Portable Solar Kit Accessories](git add , git /portable-solar-kit-accessories/) page.

A selection of 5 current portable Solar kits with hot pricing

Portable solar kits are perfect for bringing solar charging to remote locations without much prewiring or permenant infrastructure. Some portable kits include legs and others include portable power packs to charge. Here are a few Go Power! portables and a few other items that may be of interest to you.

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