Taking Solar to New Places: Renogy Introduces New Solar Suitcases

RNG Group Inc is adding portable solar suitcase products to their growing online store

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Chino, CA (PRWEB) August 04, 2014

Since the first modern solar cells came about in the 1950s, people have been constantly looking to expand product options, harness the newest technology, and create the most cost effective solar energy solutions. In the many years between 1950 and 2010, most solar products were bulky, heavy, and susceptible to easy shattering and cracking. In other words, the vast majority of panels were designed for use by electricians or construction workers, and not by ordinary people. Fast forward to the last ten years or so, and you will find that panels have become lighter, stronger, and designed for increased portability as more people have conceptualized the benefits of using solar energy for new purposes.

Renogy is making efforts to keep up with the new demands presented by customers looking to take their panels to different places and/or use them for different purposes. To demonstrate their commitment to provide cost effective, alternative solar products, Renogy introduced the 60W and 100W Solar Suitcase. After several years of customers calling in, asking for smaller, more portable panels for camping and RV traveling, Renogy decided to combine highly efficient monocrystalline solar cells with a lighter space saving design. What they discovered is that solar power and portability can be utilized together to create a highly efficient battery-charging device.

Even more convenient is the fact that the 60W and 100W Solar Suitcases come with a built-in 10 amp charge controller with full parameter control for a wider range of use. The charge controller also keeps the connected battery from becoming overcharged or discharged with prolonged use. The 10amp charge controller comes with an LCD display and a four level monitoring system that is perfect for helping new solar users monitor and learn about their panels. The solar cells found in the portable suitcase are designed with the high quality silicon wafers to provide an excellent charge. The panels themselves are small and can be folded in half to create a relatively small carrying suitcase, 13.6x25.4x2.8 inches for the 60W Suitcase and 19.88x27.17x2.36 inches for the 100W Suitcase. The back of each folded panel includes stands for proper positioning under direct sunlight, even if the panel has to be placed on a flat rooftop or the ground. All of the aforementioned features allow users to take their solar panels to new places without having to worry about how much space they consume, whether they will be too heavy, and the dangers of exposed glass coming into contact with sharp objects.

The uses for a 60W or 100W Solar Suitcase are almost endless. These panels can be stored without taking up too much space in an RV or even smaller vehicle, and toted to a destination for battery charging. Alternatively, the panel can be unfolded and tilted on a boat deck for battery charging while enjoying a day at the lake. Stop depending on a gas powered generator and discover the many uses for a 60W or 100W Solar Suitcase at http://www.renogy-store.com.


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  • Debbie C
    RNG Group Inc
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