Portable solar charger,62W

Complete 62 watt solar panel for portable use. Suitable for charging portable ICT equipment and is recommended used with BGAN satellite terminals.
Indicative Price 1,086.00 USD
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General Description:
General information: Complete 62 watt solar panel for portable use. Suitable for charging portable ICT equipment; is recommended used with BGAN satellite terminals.

NOTE: The output voltage will vary with sun luminous intensity; hence these portable solar panels are suitable for recharging of electronic equipment with built-in voltage regulators/limiters (ex Thrane & Thrane Explorer 700 BGAN terminal) or DC/DC converters available only.

Technical Specifications:
Multi-fold, portable solar charger, black, with set of cables/adapters for multi-purpose connections
Compact, durable and weather resistant
Dimensions: 1333x762x2.5mm (unfolded), 368x216x36mm (folded)
Normal operating voltage 20VDC, nominal rated current 3.1A

Transport and storage:
Product requires import license and frequency licensing in most countries.

Cardboard box

Weight and Volume:
Estimated weight: 1.7kg
Estimated volume: 0.003m3

Instruction for use:
Light-weight, multi-fold and portable solar panel for use in a field location; providing direct or back-up power for typical applications like portable satellite terminals.

The panel can be used in most locations with sufficient sun luminous intensity. The panels should be cleaned (water/soft brush) at regular intervals to ensure maximum effect.

Alternative, if the item is not available:
Solstar T-55, 55W portable solar panel

Precondition for utilisation:
None in particular, but users need to be aware of the danger of connecting devices without any input voltage regulation/limitation.

Emergency scenarios:
All emergency and security environments

Context in which item is mainly used:
Whenever solar power is required as an addition to the mains power, and/or when mains power is non-existent.
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