How do you set your offroad/overland vehicles solar system? Why you need solar powered?

Paul installed 3pcs Lensun flexible solar panel (50W, 30W, 20W) on his offroad vehicle Nissan Xterra roof and hood.

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The following are some questions we returned to him about the use of solar panels, and how he seted the off grid solar system on his car.

Why he installed solar panels in his car, and what convenience does solar powered bring to his life.

Lensun: hi Paul, many thanks for your puchased, how’s did you connect the solar panel?

Paul: Solar panels are hook to the redarc bcdc controller, Alternator takes over when the car is started. The system is all run off the battery and solar panels what you’re looking at in the picture is not hooked to the car at all, but through the bcdc controller to the front battery. (the front battery is the car primary battery, the back battery is the 2nd battery)

Front is controlled by the bcdc controller has two separate systems. Front battery is its own system, back battery has its own system, they do not share at all.  But by alternator, when I go out camping or I use a lot more power I hook up more solar panels and lay them on the ground.

The following is the front battery(car primary battery)

I just took it right now and it’s dark outside, this is the monitoring system that I put in for it, this is just the secondary battery, top solar panel give to the battery, second refrigerator, 3rd AC power, 4th DC power.

Lensun: So the car battery is charged by alternator and the solar panel charge the 2nd battery?

Paul: Yes, except Redarc bcdc solar is always charging according to redarc. Solar panels are only for the 2nd back battery,  the hook up to the front battery from the bcdc controller,  it’s only so it can see the alternator.

Hate to say it, but the 2pcs 100 foldable panels are Renogy I lay out when we go camping. Supposedly this is supposed to be there high end model,  it’s fading bending,  and looks like crap,  it’s only in the few days a month sun.

Lensun: how do you installed the flexible solar panel on the car roof? 

Paul: I screwed them on the sides, and made a little platform for the back, so I could screw it in, and then just use silicone on sides, cuz I remember the wind would pull it up some in the heat.

That’s real world pictures not cleaned just walked out at lunch, and took the pictures you want me to I wash them, they probably not been washed in over 3 months right there.

Nothing is underneath them to seal them under, I just put the screws and then seal around the sides, so I can remove them really easy.

I drove around for a few days with just the bolts and the heat cause them to come up a little bit so that’s why I put the seal around the sides.

Lensun: hi Paul, many thanks for your reply. could you tell us whats this black board under the solar panel, is it a aluminum board, pcb board or others?

Paul: ABS plastic really heavy duty good stuff, Really thin does not bend that easy weather’s really well.

Lensun: hi Paul, total Lensun 110w flexible solar panel, is it enough for you to use? did you check how many amp they produce perday?

Paul: It works perfect, when it is over a hundred degrees outside refrigerator comes on a lot more than regular, so I usually lay out a hundred Watt on the ground,  and if we’re out camping I have a total of 2pcs 100w on the ground, and the 110w on car family of 4pcs,  so they like there Electronics. The battery can support 340 watts.

Most I’ve seen come in is around 15 amps, the bcdc controller can support 40 amps, and the battery can support and Max of 25 amps, so round 310 works out well,  when on camping and driving around in daily use 110 works fine,  now park for a few days if it’s really really hot, I have to lay out 100 Watts more.

The two I lay on the ground are Renogy 100 Watts each,  wife got them for me gift,  they’re hard to take care of though,  so flimsy and cheap made and fading and bending.

Lensun: how many watt of your fridge? is it 12v?

Paul: When it’s on it pulls around 5 amps. I run it at about 33 degrees. It’s the ARB 37 I think. I have the 50 but it was too big for my vehicle

Lensun: the back 85amp battery only power the fridge or power other electronice devices too?

Paul: It Powers everything,Inside the vehicle,I have USB plugs cigarette lighters.
Two surge protectors 1500 watt sine inverter used for pumps to air up flotation devices, when we go to the lake, believe it’s used to run a coffee machine when we go camping, and a lot of other things.

Lensun: do you think the solar is a must for you? we found most of the people do not install solar panel on their offroad vehicles or have a foldable solar panel.

Paul: For me yes, I love it,  I run a refrigerator sometimes,  I bring a TV, sometimes I bring the PS4 for the kids,  it makes coffee in the morning, phone chargers all depends on the situation.

If we’re at the lake,  I need air pumps,  if I’m camping sometimes my lights go out,  I need to charge them, Bluetooth speakers need charging,  I can go on and on how much I need it

With the refrigerator in the vehicle,  it also works great when you’re picking up the kids from school,  you don’t need to stop by the gas station,  and spend $15 on snacks,  just go to grocery store and put it in the fridge, Lunchables Gatorades Waters sodas are a must for kids, gas station runs get expensive.

Without the solar panels, I couldn’t run the refrigerator or anything else, most vehicle batteries die with a cell phone charging for few hours.

Lensun: many thanks. How do people charge the 2nd battery if they do not have solar panel?

Paul: They tie the batteries together the alternator is not smart enough, when done that way to charge both batteries. The back battery will die. You could try to use a battery isolator, but most newer cars have a smart alternator and only see the front battery, so when the front battery is full, it will also see the back battery as full, and just trickle charge it.

Lensun: but the alternator only work when the car drive, but the car does not always drive.

Paul: Yep so you have to have solar. That’s why I have solar. I sit in my car, and watch movies waiting for the wife sometimes in the grocery store. All my kids are practicing baseball or softball. I sit in the car and watch movies. Don’t have to waste gas with the car running.

Here’s another pic from a while back, I was going sleeping on the beach for two nights,  ended up just sleeping in the vehicle, so I set my vehicle up this way. Sheets were not on the foam mattresses at the time of picture.

If you go camping in the wild and don’t have solar panel,  there’s really no reason to bring a second battery it’s going to die so fast.

Lensun: Most people camping in the camp park, for example Kampgrounds of America, Good Sam Club… etc, people can get electronic there.

Paul: So if they go to a plug up one and pay the extra,  you wouldn’t need a battery they have power outlets at those campsites. I don’t like those, because too many people are around. Feel like I’m in a parking lot with trees growing out of it too many people around.

Lensun: so installed solar panel solved the problem of outdoor power, no need to worry about the battery is dead.

Paul: Yeah, I don’t have to worry about power,  my battery sits and float mode a lot even, when I am charging like 3 or 4 cell phones and speakers plugged in, and running a tablet on Wi-Fi, why the kids watch a movie no more dead battery.
Now at night you got to watch what type of fan to run, so you don’t kill your battery in the morning. Most small USB fans are fine you can actually run two or three of those at night.
Most tablets will last the night without even being charged, then the next day you can charge while you’re swimming.

Lensun: What do you think of the hood heat effect the solar panel’s output, did you test it? 

Paul: I live in Texas that Sun is hot here, there’s no car engine going to going to get as hot as that sun.

The solar panel that I lay on the ground we’ll get 170 +, the one on my hood we’ll get 170 +, not sure if it’s affecting. I’m sure it is but I don’t worry about it, I would just add another solar panel somewhere.

You would be really surprised with the heat shield underneath the hood,  it’s just as hot in the Sun on top of your hood as the same as your trunk, they make the heat shields on vehicles under the hood they actually work. I’m sure it’s affecting it, mine’s been on there while and it works great.

If your engine gets around 200 degrees in Texas, it’s almost 200 degrees on your back trunk. Engine heat not really affecting it in my opinion, those heat shields under the hood work pretty well.

When I got into the solar, and putting all the electronics in my car.  I bought a heat gun, so I could take temperatures, I was worried about the redarc controller overheating.

Lensun: so did you test the temperatures?

Paul: The ones on the roof we’re getting round 170 and the ones on the hood was getting around 170 and the ones on the ground we’re getting around a 170.

Lensun: so the hood’s temperaturer is almost same as the car’s roof, back trunk?

Paul: Yeah it really does not affect as much as people think.

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Why choose Lensun flexible solar panel, what they said?

More and more customers choose LENSUN,  thanks for their feedback and pictures.

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1. Joey installed a Lensun 80W flexible solar panel on his Toyota FJ curiser

Lensun: hi Joey, why you choose lensun flexible solar panel but not other brands when you bought the solar panel?
Joey: Good reviews and good price. Many are overpriced for what you get.
I get a ton of compliments on my solar setup on the hood. There are many that have painted or put vinyl on this area so it is a very good addition. The solar panel works perfect in that area.


Joey: The black solar panel was a good color for me as it matched and was hidden well with my blacked out area on my hood.

The following is Joey’s review on our page

“I have used many products made by Lensun. I have an 80W flexible mounted to my FJ Cruiser that charges my second battery which powers my fridge/freezer and keeps it going. I also have the 100W folding all weather solar charger which charges the batteries on my off-road trailer giving me lighting, charging station for cell phones, Garmin and water pumps. I recently have acquired their folding 10w cell phone charger.

Their products are high quality. The charge is excellent. They withstand any weather you throw at them and they will last for many years. I highly recommend their products and will not consider another brand now that I have had such a good experience with the company and their products.”

 

2.Paul bought 50W, 20W and 30W Flexible solar panel for his Nissan Xterra

Lensun: by the way, why you choose lensun flexible solar panel but not other brands?

Paul: “You guys make them all black and they’re a lot stronger not sure what that material is, but it holds up. When driving around winds blowing over it also, I have all these little white dings in the one on the hood still works great, the Renogy one I had on before last at 2 months and it broke on the hood.

I’ve had three branches scrape against the one, Lensun are a lot stronger, not sure what that material use is, but you’re doing it right. It is stronger.”

Lensun: Our flexible solar panel backboard is made of firberglass back sheet which is more heat-dissipating and heat-resistant than PET backsheet. Most flexible solar panels on the market use cheap PET backsheets. PET backsheets are not heat-resistant and are easily deformed and bulged.

Paul: So that’s why my Renogy one is all folded everywhere, and is faded and looks like crap, I only lay those out every now and then.

If you lay a Renogy solar panel there foldable, it actually forms itself to the ground, and gets all bended everywhere.

I just throw it in the Box, I don’t try to bend it back still works sometimes.

Lensun: all lensun flexible solar panel and foldable solar panels the first layer is ETFE, ETFE has non-adhesive surface properties. Highly stain-resistant and easily gets cleaned by the rain.
Paul: I do notice that I do not have to clean them that often the ones on my car.

That’s real world pictures not cleaned just walked out at lunch, and took the pictures you want me to I wash them, they probably not been washed in over 3 months right there

 

3. John installed a Lensun 80W flexible solar panel on his Toyota FJ cruiser hood.

Lensun: why did you choose Lensun but not other brand when you bought the solar panel?
John: Lensun had the best size, quality, and price of any flexible solar panel on the market. I’d love to try out your foldable panels too.
My truck goes to around 6 off road shows a summer and gets so much attention just for the lensun solar on the hood

My truck in the snow. Panel is really tough.

Myself and five other friends all have lensun solar panels on our hoods. basically all of the vehicles on your Instagram page with solar panels on the hoods were started by me. Most of those trucks are based out of Colorado in the US.

John’s review on our page

“I have the 80W flexible panel custom mounted to the hood of my FJ Cruiser and it fits perfectly! It’s been delivering solid performance for the past 2 years to top off my dual battery system. I’d recommend Lensun panels for the quality and output any day!”

 

4. Thomas installed 2pcs 100W flexible solar panel on his VW T5 roof

“I installed these Solar panels on my van last summer! Now i’m able to run all kind of electric tools from my van! I used to run out of power after a few hours of work/ loading battery’s of my DeWalt tools, now the battery’s get filled up whenever the sun is shining!”

“Hi, the 200 watt panel is conected to 2 x 75 ah yellowtop batt from optima
Running the engel fridge and the lights with it. No problems at all. I will recomend the set to my customers.
I am using him now for 3 months on our Marokko/mauretanie trip Topppp.”

 

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Review of Lensun 200W Folding Solar Panel

Thanks for our customer Greg gave us the feedback of Lensun 200W Folding Solar Panel

Why Greg choose folding solar panel?

Greg: “I must add a parallel port to my existing controller – panel set-up. I have two 180-watt panels on the top of my RV. I purchased these to provide a portable setup as many times the camper is in the shade”

So he bought a Lensun 200W Folable Solar Panel with MC4 Connector Because Greg has solar controller, so he bought the MC4 model, we have the another model come with solar controller too, just click link to check all our foldable solar panel http://www.lensunsolar.com/Foldable-solar-kit

The following is Greg’s review on http://www.sportsmobileforum.com/forums/f20/auxiliary-portable-folding-solar-panels-23929.html

“My 200 watt unit is from www.lensunsolar.com It has 5 40 Watt panels that fold out and deploy at an angle. The panel I purchased did not come with a controller, it just has MC4 connectors.

To hook the folding panel into my existing system I used a Marinco 12VCP – ConnectPro Receptacle & Plug Kit”

I wired the receptacle in parallel with my existing panels. I chose to use Dual PowerPost Cable Connectors , but you could get away with paralleling at the controller in most cases.

I made a quick cable by cutting the ends off one of the sides of a MC4 extension cable. and connecting to the plug. You see below the panel is deployed in my driveway. This was about 10:30 in the morning and I was getting consistently over 9 amps, when combined with the panels on the top of the van I was reading 25 amps. Total wattage of panels all panels is 560 watts.

22” x 21” x 2.5”, also the extension cable rolls up nicely and fits in the zippered pouch.

And more importantly stowed in the rig.

I used to think suitcase type solar was just another unneeded piece of jewelry for our van/overland addiction. I was wrong, they have come a long way. Impressive output Greg and Felix.

On my last outing I was having issues with my refrigerator, so deploying the aux panels became very important. I was able to keep moving the panels as the sun was going down and extend the time I was receiving solar.
Moving the 5 panels setup can be a little challenging, but still very doable. For the size this takes up and power it can provide I give is a solid thumbs up

I also had purchased a very cheap aux setup a while back, it is basically two flexible panels held together with a zipper. The quality of the unit lacks so I will not be posting a review on it.

Most of the cheap folding/foldable solar panel, the first layer is made of PET film, thats why their solar panel is easily fade and get scratched. But Lensun use Japanese ETFE film. Compare with PET film, ETFE film has the following advantages. 

1. ETFE film is much more highly scratch-resistant than the PET film. That’s why other brand PET foldable solar panel has scratched everywhere, although you don’t use it every day. And the Lensun flexible solar panel on the hood still strong without scratching.

2. ETFE film self-cleaning, not easy to stick dust, high stain resistance, and easily gets cleaned by the rain. Do not have to clean them often.

3. ETFE film with high temperature resistance and highly flame retardant. Suitable for use in temperatures ranging from -65°C to +150°C. It can be installed safely in hot climates. PET film is not resistant to high temperatures and is easy to fade. Thats why other brand PET foldable solar panel is faded.

4. ETFE integrated Lamination solar panels do not reflect the light. Dimple technology on the surface captures more sunlight and increases 5% solar absorption rate.

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New Lensun 100W flexible rubberized solar panel Review from JustinCredibleTV

Review from JustinCredibleRV of Lensun 100W Flexible Solar Panel which with Rubber Strip.

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Lensun New 100W 12V Flexible Solar Panel with Rubber Strip to Protect the Edge, made the solar panel stouter, avoid the delamination, special for marine environment.

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Installing a Lensun ETFE Flexible Solar Panel on a Fiberglass Hightop

Thanks Robert share us his installation experience of Lensun flexible solar panel.

This is the origian link of Robert’s web https://twomeander.com/installing-a-lensun-etfe-flexible-solar-panel-on-a-fiberglass-hightop/

Solar electrical systems are found on many RVs and camper vans. I have had a portable panel that I could deploy while camping, but in our most recent video we show how I went about installing a Lensun ETFE flexible solar panel on a fiberglass hightop.

Hightops are wonderful options in camper vans and Class B RVs as they make the rig much more comfortable. One of the challenges that they introduce, however, is that it is more difficult to mount solar panels to the roof. This is particularly true if the fiberglass hightop is not reinforced with wood ribs to provide a strong point to secure the panels.

The fiberglass hightop on my conversion van camper is not reinforced, and it is curved everywhere. There is literally not a single flat spot on the hightop roof. I was also unable to find an “off the shelf” roof rack that would clear the hightop which left me with the options of custom fabricating a roof rack or installing flexible solar panels that would conform to the curve of the roof.

Lensun ETFE Flexible Solar Panel
Lensun reached out to me about the same time that I was starting to shop for a panel to see if I would be interested in trying their new ETFE flexible solar panel. Since I was actively looking for a flexible panel, and Lensun is a brand that I had heard good things about during my research, I agreed to accept a flexible solar panel to test and review.

ETFE is the new flexible solar panel technology (as opposed to the older PET technology). ETFE panels feature a stronger, fiberglass back sheet, greater efficiency, increased corrosion resistance and temperature range, and improved resistance to dirt and dust buildup. On top of all these benefits, the ETFE panels are more attractive (at least in my opinion).

Installing a Flexible Solar Panel on a Fiberglass Hightop


There are several options for attaching flexible solar panels to the roof of a vehicle. One option is to bolt them down to a roof rack (if one is installed or available for the vehicle). Popular options for installing flexible solar panels to fiberglass or rubber roofs include using VHB tape or Eternabond tape. We went a similar, but slightly different, route with our installation.

Our friend, Glenn, did quite a bit of testing with different products to secure flexible solar panels to the fiberglass roof of his van three years ago. His recommendation was Dual Lock Reclosable Fastener from 3M. If you are not familiar with this product, think of an industrial strength Velcro only different (Dual Lock utilizes a bunch of mushroom-shaped tabs that lock together). The stuff is incredible strong – and it comes apart should the panel ever need to be removed.

As an added layer of security, I also applied a strip of 4″ Eternabond tape to the leading edge of the flexible solar panel. It is the leading edge that will lift and fail first so this extra precautionary step allows me more peace of mind while driving down the highway.

I have had this flexible solar panel installed for several weeks now and have been pleased with the performance. Everything is working as it should and the panel is reliably putting out power all day every day.

Visit the Lensun Solar website to learn more about the 100 Watt ETFE flexible solar panel that we installed on my van.

Watch the Video
We recorded an entire video detailing installing the Lensun ETFE flexible solar panel.

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Review Lensun 55w and 30w flexible solar panel, installed on off road Nissan Patrol

Thanks for Andre shares his installation pictures on his Nissan Patrol. He search flexible solar panel for off raod vehicles and found us.
Andre ordered one Lensun 55w flexible solar panel and one 30w flexible solar panel on June, 5th.

And the 55w flexible solar panel(1000x350mm/40×14 inch) Without junction box, the cable is come out from the back, this make the car look good.

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Lensun 50W flexible solar panel without junction box and hole

The following is Andre’s email on June 17th.

“Hi Alice ..
I have 2x22ah backup batteries that I charge using the solar panels.. this is to keep my ARB fridge in the car powered for a few days..and also charge some electronics and laptop.
I also have a normal charger 220volt and can charge these backup batteries with my car alternator as well.
The solar panels act as a backup and make the car look good as well 🙂
I will run a full test next week when I am back from a business trip
Thanks
Andre”

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Review Lensun 30W Black Flexible Solar Panel as a Solar Battery Maintainer Trickle Charger for VW Tiguan car

Thanks for Phil’s Review of Lensun 30W Black flexible solar panel charge. The solar panel installed into a VW Tiguan,  helps maintain car battery from parasitic battery drain when not used for a while.

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Lensun 30w flexible solar panel and 10A Solar controller kit http://bit.ly/2FXgOTZ-Lensun30wFlexibleSolarPanelKit

Phil bought one Lensun 30W Black ETFE flexible solar panel on June 16th, received the solar panel on June, 19th. The following is Phil’s review on his email to us.

June 20th Email:

“Hi yes I received the panel yesterday – tested with a meter and all seems excellent – the quality of the panel and it’s packaging is excellent. Really please with the complete ‘dark’ panel look – it’s nice all the cell interconnections are black.

Thanks for the fast delivery. The panel will shortly be replacing a standard aluminium framed panel on the rear parcel shelf inside my car – connect via a solar power controller to the battery – it’ll help maintain the battery from parasitic battery drain when not used – it’s a newer stop/start and electric brake type car that really needs a maintained high battery voltage to work well.

Thanks
Phil”

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June 26th on Facebook:

“Hi Abby, pics as promised from 30w ETFE solar panel install into a VW Tiguan, installed on the rear parcel shelf – helps maintain car battery from parasitic battery drain when not used for a while. Car uses stop/start and electronic parking brake systems which for smooth running require high voltage levels from the installed AGM battery. Fully charged AGM battery level is 12.6v, current solar maintained battery level is 12.4v not bad for a 3yr old car.

Previously a smaller 10w solar battery maintainer was used, but due to internal installation system loss through car windows etc reduced the smaller panel output as a higher percentage of overall capability i.e. bigger starting panel (yours) loss is less of an effect on delivered voltage/power via solar controller to internal battery 👍

Diode protection protects any back current leaking from battery to solar panel in case solar controller breaks/becomes faulty. ”

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The review of Lensun 200w portable solar panel powering a Canadian canoe from Marty T’s Youtube Video

Thanks very much for Marty T sharing his reviews about Lensun 200W Portable solar panel to power his Canadian Canoe. You can confirm the following original Youtube video.

Marty T has always wanted to try powering his canoe with a solar panel or trolling motor. The Lensun 200W 12V folding panel is perfect for the job- lightweight, low profile and efficient.

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http://www.lensunsolar.com/Foldable-solar-kit?product_id=381?YTBMARTY

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Lensun 100W ETFE Flexible Solar Panel Review

Many thanks for Dannis’s review for Lensun 100w ETFE flexible solar panel on his Youtube Channel “All about RV’s”.

 

Lensun flexible solar panel is exactly the product you need for a permanent, lightweight solar solution.

The panels are constructed from ETFE material, which is highly resistant to corrosion and is extremely tough over a broad temperature range. These panels are ideal for mounting on curved surfaces and are the perfect addition to any caravans, camper trailers, 4WD or RV where fixed mounting is preferable. They are also suitable for marine watercraft installations.

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Review video of Lensun 160W ETFE Ultralight Folding Solar panel kit from LDSreliance. Lensun Solar

   In following review video, LDSreliance goes over another flexible panels from Lensun. This one is 160W and made up of 4 individual 40W panels. It folds up into a nice, square package for transport and easy deployment. It weights just over 12 pounds and comes with wires with Anderson connection, solar charger controller and alligator clips for various uses on the go. Read more… “Review video of Lensun 160W ETFE Ultralight Folding Solar panel kit from LDSreliance. Lensun Solar”