Our line of portable monocrystalline solar panels are rugged, reliable, and easy to use. Harness the sun's energy wherever you are, with portable solar panels.
In the simplest of terms, the power supply chain starts with solar panels. Panels absorb the rays of the sun and convert that energy into usable electricity. Energy collected is then stored in portable power stations, for eventual use in powering other electronic devices.
Portable panels are for those who capitalize on a flexible lifestyle and never know if they will be camping off the grid or sleeping in a grocery store parking lot. These panels make it easy to fold them up, stow them away when they're not needed, and pull them out again for setup. The Nomad, Boulder briefcase, and Ranger panels are excellent portable options that offer effortless transport and reliability. The Nomad series is lightweight and portable with a built-in kickstand. They're easy to lug around with you when you're out and about due to their foldable canvas and laminate design. Our Boulder panels are made with aluminum and tempered glass, making them more rugged and durable. We have a 2-panel briefcase-style of the Boulder with a hinged design, foldable construction, and built-in kickstand. For a nice balance between the Nomad and Boulder, we suggest the Ranger 300 panel. It's our largest portable panel and comes with a built-in kick stand and protective canvas carrying case. Our Boulder series solar panels are mountable using Boulder mounting brackets. These panels are ideal for those living in a van or folks who want to prepare for a power outage. They're rugged and reliable, and they harness the sun's energy to offer you a boost wherever you are. The mounting brackets are designed to last and offer constant sun exposure, whether they're installed on a building, vehicle, or boat.
Solar panels can charge our power banks, lights, and portable power stations by converting sunlight into electrical energy. Light hits the panel and generates a current to harness energy and power our devices. Despite what you may think, light, not heat, cultivates the energy provided. So, even if it's a breezy, cool day, the light collected will create the energy needed. Even reflected light will be enough for the panel to create energy, though it won't be as quick as a direct ray. Despite the changing of seasons, in the northern hemisphere, you should always face your solar panels south to enhance efficiency and harness the maximum amount of power. Facing panels south makes them more productive, especially when the weather features a bright, sunny day. However, if you're in the southern hemisphere, you should face your solar panels toward the north because the sun travels through the northern portion of the sky. Clear, average temperature days offer the best conditions for charging. Solar panels reach maximum efficiency when the sun is at its highest point at midday. But, this doesn't mean that they won't be operational when the sun hides out behind the clouds. If your solar panels come equipped with a kickstand, you can angle it to allow maximum sun exposure, speeding up the recharging process for your power banks and power stations.