Solar Storm 100 Panel

The Solar Storm 100 is the panel of choice for getting the most power per dollar. Portable enough for mobile applications, yet durable enough for permanent exterior mounting, this panel is a great balance for any use.

Ships in 10-12 business days.


Portable Solar Power

The polycrystalline PV cells are encased in tempered glass and framed in aluminum.
The Solar Storm is chainable up to 6 panels, allowing you to charge the Kodiak Solar Generator in as little as 2 hours.

One (1) Solar Storm 100 panel will fully recharge the Kodiak Solar Generator in 15-17 hours of ideal sunlight.



PRODUCT SPECS

  • Solar Capacity:  100 Watts
  • Cell Type:  Polycrystalline
  • Dimensions:  26.5" W x 39.4" H x 1.8" D
  • Weight:  16.2 lbs.
  • Chainable for multiple panels

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • 100W Rigid Solar Panel (Qty: 1)
  • 30' Solar Panel Cable (Qty: 1)

Customer Reviews

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S.i.C.S.
Way Cool

Easy to daisy chain, once you figure, and light enough to move around. The aluminum frames are a plus.

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R.B.
Energized

Conveniently replaced my old component system. Much easier to carry and use than FLA battery.

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B.K.
Couldn't be more satisfied!

This system performs as advertised. I have an off grid cabin in Lake of the Woods. I can easily get a full charge during daylight, though the only power draw during the day is for my cell phone booster.

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Solar Storm 100 Panel review

I received 3 Solar Storm 100 Panels with my Inergy Kodiak. I have used them 5 times since receiving them. They have worked very well and charge the Kodiak pretty quickly. I have made a couple of modifications to the panels that make them a little easier to work with. I used some heavy tape and taped the aluminum edges of each panel. These were pretty sharp and I had to be careful when handling them. The tape solved the issue. Second I cut some inexpensive PVC pipe and created a "T" that velcro to the back of each panel. The "T" velcro's flat against the panel when not in use but then releases and acts as a tripod to hold the panel up without having to lean them on a vehicle or building. Other than that the panels have worked very well.

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Inergy Buy

You need to rewrite your instruction manual. It doesn't give instructions on how to hook up the solar panels Also I had to call your tech support to find out what the blue led meant. I give your tech support 10 out of 10.

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