10W 12V Portable Solar Trickle Charger for Cars


Solar Car Battery Trickle Charger

This 10W 12V portable solar trickle charger/maintainer is ideal for maintaining/trickling charge 12V vehicle batteries.

Battery Charging Kit

The kit includes a cigarette lighter adapter, battery clips, and four pieces of PVC suction cups.

Outdoor Car Battery Charger

Emergency charging 12V battery, suitable for outdoor work, travel, and camping training, and vehicles that are left for a long time. Unique design-high quality clips to prevent short circuits.

Simple installation

Installation is simple and maintenance is effortless.

Energy Saving

Blocking diodes built in to prevent reverse discharge preserve battery lifetime and extend its usage life, as well as environmental protection and energy saving.

The protective plastic film on the panel surface is supposed to peel off.

Cigarette Lighter

The cigarette plug option only functions if it receives constant power when the key is off. Please remove the solar panel from the car battery when you start the vehicle.

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Specifations for: 10W 12V Portable Solar Trickle Charger for Cars

  • Power Output: 10W
  • Voltage Output: 12V DC
  • Current Output: 500mA
  • Dimensions: 33 x 28 x 1.5 cm
  • Weight: 0.3 kg
  • Cable Length: 2.4 meters
  • Warranty: 12 Months

How Does a Solar Car Battery Trickle Charger Work?

A solar car battery trickle charger works by using solar panels to convert sunlight into electricity, which is then used to charge the car battery. The charger consists of a solar panel that is connected to a controller, which regulates the charging process to ensure that the battery is not overcharged or undercharged.

The solar panel is placed on the roof of your vehicle or in a location where it can receive direct sunlight. The controller is then connected to the solar panel and the battery, allowing it to regulate the flow of electricity between the two. The controller ensures that the battery is charged at a slow and steady pace, which prevents damage to the battery and extends its lifespan.

Benefits of Using a Solar Car Battery Trickle Charger

There are several benefits of using a solar car battery trickle charger, including:

  1. Convenience: With a solar car battery trickle charger, you no longer have to worry about jumpstarting your car battery every time you leave your car parked for a few days. The charger keeps your battery charged and ready to go, so you can start your car without any problems.
  2. Cost-effective: A solar car battery trickle charger is a one-time investment that can save you money in the long run. Instead of having to replace your car battery every few years, you can extend its lifespan by keeping it charged with a solar charger.
  3. Eco-friendly: Solar car battery trickle chargers are powered by the sun, making them an eco-friendly alternative to traditional battery chargers. They do not produce any harmful emissions and do not require any electricity from the grid.
  4. Versatility: Solar car battery trickle chargers can be used on a variety of vehicles, including cars, boats, RVs, and motorcycles. They are also portable, so you can take them with you wherever you go.
  5. Maintenance-free: Solar car battery trickle chargers require little to no maintenance. Once you install the charger, it will continue to keep your battery charged without any additional input from you.

How to Choose the Best Solar Car Battery Trickle Charger

Make sure to take into consideration the following factors when choosing a solar car battery trickle charger:

  1. Wattage: The wattage of the solar panel will determine how quickly it can charge your battery. A higher wattage panel will charge your battery faster, but it will also be more expensive.
  2. Controller: The controller is an essential component of the charger as it regulates the charging process. Look for a controller that is compatible with your vehicle’s battery and has features such as overcharge protection and low voltage protection.
  3. Size: Consider the size of the solar panel and how it will fit on your vehicle. If you have limited space, you may need to choose a smaller panel.

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