Q1: Why the solar can not produce 100W power when charging to Jackery power station?
The solar panels are affected by many factors. such as the intensity of the light and the angle of the panel put on the ground. 100W is tested in an ideal laboratory. However, the intensity of the light constantly changes. In addition, the angle of the light illuminating the solar panel also changes with the rotation of the sun.
Please try test your solar panel under the full sunlight to see, and make sure there is no shadow cast on the panel.
Q2: Is the solar panel waterproof?
It is IP65 splash-proof that will protect from water splashing (Do not place it under the rain, or to soak in water for a long time). The zippers on the pocket can hold the power cords, and cover the power port.
Q3: How to clean the solar panel surface?
Please use a soft cloth to remove the dust and dirt on the surface.
SOAK THE RAY EFFICIENCY
High Solar Conversion Efficiency – Up to 23%
The statistics above are tested and provided by Jackery Lab. Charging time may vary under real circumstances such as different temperature, angles and potitions to the sun.
Rated IP65, a splash-proof level that will protect from water splashing (Do not place it under the rain, or to soak in water).
SAFE AND RELIABLE
|Open Circuit Voltage||24.2V|
|Short Circuit Current||5.42A|
|Operating Temperature Range||-10-65°C|
Great productI’ve used it a couple times and have had no problems.
Great solar panelI purchased 2 of these panels to charge my new Explorer 1000. They do a fantastic job, and I love that they have USB A and C ports as well so you can charge other devices with ease. We charged phones, tablets, even some AAA rechargeable batteries. I used the Explorer while camping to power my telescope at night, and then these panels brought the Explorer back to 100% during the day. Couldn’t be more pleased with the combined performance.
Quality. It charges at about 60-70 watts depending on access to the sunEasy to set up and begin charging. No hassles. I took it camping and it charges between 60-70 watts depending on access to direct sun. I was in a forest and needed to be mindful of tall trees that could have dropped sap onto the panels. They are worth the investment. I hope to buy another set of panels to improve the charging time. They fold up nicely and keeping them folded protects the panels when not in use. I was able to charge a cell directly from the panels as well as charge the Jackery.
diana ross –
Workd fantasticBought it to go with the solar generator. Works as described. Life saver during our many power outs.
Pikachu the Corgis –
Decent solar panelsEven at noon, no clouds condition at Maryland, the charging is between 60-75 W. Though it’s not claimed as it advertise, we are satisfied that it kept our battery level about 50% during a 4 day camping trip.
Awesome Portable PowerstationI like how small and portable it is. I charge it on my boat while I’m fishing. I charge my Jackery 300 watt portable power station with it. However capturing the perfect sunlight can be tricky.
Lisa Lytle –
My son is truly enjoying it he panel as well as the JACKERYMy son MENTIONED HIS FRIEND bought a JACKERY AND A PANEL. SO FOR HIS BIRTHDAY I MADE THE SAME PURCHASE FOR MY SON. HE WAS SO SURPRISED AND HAPPY.I WAS PAYING ATTENTION 😉 now I think its my turn to purchase (MOMS ) my own JACKERY AND PANEL 😊👍🏼
Endurance Turnips FTW –
Easy to carry around, but peak power is 65W not 100W as asvertisedOur Jackery 1000 battery was at 22%, so it was time to try out the solar panel. Sadly after an all day sunshine session I only am up to 36% with one Jackery branded solar panel. I know I should have two for a 1000W unit, or even four, but the fact is, I never got peak power out of this one, it never went above 65W. Sunny day, not a cloud out, 96F, in a place with full sun, both lying flat and at an angle (I had to move it around as the sun moved), the best we could get was 63-65W. Also, in the shade the wattage dropped to 4W, which is very surprising. The sun was still out, it was 4pm, we’d just run out of sunny spots in our yard, so we faced it directly to the sky. I would’ve accepted 25W, but 4W is just silly. Are you saying a solar panel this size can barely run a graphing calculator, and it has to be outdoors to do it?So basically I’m going to talk to Jackery about it because either this panel is broken, or their expectations are wrong.The jackery battery is excellent but the solar panel isn’t that great, you should get a generic solar panel with 100W output. Also check the Amps of your Jackery if you decide to go rogue like I am. I’ve seen sets of 4 Jackery solar panels, but honestly if one of them can’t get peak power from direct sunlight in the summer for about 6 hours, then four aren’t really appealing at the price.