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Photovoltaic solar panels are one of the easiest renewable energy sources to use. You can mount them on your rooftop, if your cabin or house predominantly gets sunlight on one side, or you can set up a solar array rack in the yard, to allow you to aim the panels more accurately for maximum solar exposure. You could even set up a portable solar array to use with your RV or tiny house.

Once mounted, you'll need to wire the solar panel (or array) to a solar charge controller, and then the controller needs to be wired to a battery bank. The basics of the solar power system are that simple. The solar panels produce electricity, and the solar controller charges the battery bank with that power. Your household power needs are drawn off the battery bank, either directly (if you have a DC electrical system), or through a power inverter (if you have a standard 120V AC electrical system).

  1. Solartech Polycrystalline PV Panel (5–45W)

    Solartech Polycrystalline PV Panel (5–45W)

    • 12 volt polycrystalline solar panels
    • 5W–45W output
    • J box with 4 each 1/2" knockouts
    • ETL and UL certification
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  2. Amerisolar 6P30-250 Polycrystalline Solar Module

    Amerisolar AS-6P30 265W Polycrystalline Solar Panel

    • Standard Test Condition Maximum Output: 265W
    • Anodized aluminum frame
    • 12 year limited product warranty
    • 30 year linear output warranty
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  3. SolarEver SE-156 100 watt Solar Panel

    SolarEver SE-156 100 watt Solar Panel

    • 100W 12V polycrystalline solar panels
    • Tempered glass, over EVA/TPT laminate
    • Water-resistant electrical connections
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  4. SolarEver SE-156 100 watt Solar Panel

    Solartech SPM160P-S-F 160 watt Solar Panel

    • Class 1 Division 2 ( C1D2 ) Group C and D
    • Accessible junction box with 4-1/2" knockout for easy installation
    • Rigid anodized aluminum frame and low iron-tempered glass
    • Easily accessible grounding points on all four corners for fast installation
    • Proven junction box technology
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  5. CSUN 305 Watt Polycrystalline Solar Module

    CSun 305 Watt Solar Panel

    • Standard Test Condition Maximum Output: 305W
    • Anodized aluminum frame, with 3.2mm safety glass
    • EVA encapsulated PV cells
    • 10 year material/workmanship warranty
    • 25 year linear output warranty
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