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Proper Mounting for Rv Solar Panels

Proper Mounting for RV Solar Panels

how and where to install mounting brackets on a 190 watt solar panelMounting Brackets Included in each RV solar panel Kit Proper solar panel mounting with mounting brackets for your RV Solar Panels are key to maintaining your Solar Panels long term on your RV, Travel Trailer or Cabin. These brackets are made specifically for your Go Power Solar Panels and Kits. The materials used for proper solar panel mounting are heavy duty metals for long term outdoor use. Whether you’re driving down the road or sitting in the hot sun for years these brackets will help keep your solar panels in top shape. The easy installation instructions these panels and kits come with are essential for installing your solar panel and kit properly. Go Power has gone to great lengths to create a system for properly mounting these solar kits to your RV’s, Travel Trailer’s, Cabin’s and Camper’s roof.

Outside Supply can walk you through the proper solar panel mounting with these kits whether it’s your first panel or one of many. We have the staff and experience to help you mount and properly wire these kits for proper battery charging on your RV and travel trailer. When installing these panels make sure you properly drill and seal your holes to protect from water damage. They make solar mounting brackets for tilting your panel but we recommend against it, because you could leave with it tilting up due to inclement weather and damage the RV.

Check out our RV Solar Guide!

Options for a solar panel kit below:

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.