130W 12V Flexible Monocrystalline Solar Panel

Brand: ECO-WORTHY
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Flexible Solar Panel

ECO-WORTHY 130W is a high-performance flexible monocrystalline solar panel that is well-suited as a solar module for mobile homes or marine applications on sailing yachts, motor yachts, and other water vehicles.

Solar Panel Durability

Our semi-flexible solar modules are produced from an aluminum-plastic composite material. The aluminum core of the base plate, which is 0.8 mm thick and encased in plastic, provides the module with additional durability without reducing flexibility.
Even when the module is shaded or in poor lighting situations, the integrated bypass diodes in the junction box allow it to keep producing electricity.

ETFE Solar Panel

The particularly scratch-resistant, structured ETFE (Ethylene TetraFluoroEthylene) coatings on the solar modules ensure high weather and scratch resistance, resulting in long service life, even under difficult conditions. Because of its high salt-water resistance, ETFE stands out from other plastics in the marine sector.

Easy Installation

The modules can be glued to almost any surface thanks to the junction box on the front. Installation is simple: the modules are easily and quickly glued using a special adhesive. There are a few restrictions on some surfaces. Previously unused areas can now be utilized.


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Specifations for: 130W 12V Flexible Monocrystalline Solar Panel

  • Maximum Power: 130W
  • Cell Type: Monocrystalline Silicon
  • Efficiency: 22%
  • Open Circuit Voltage: 21.6V
  • Short Circuit Current: 7.82A
  • Operating Voltage: 18V
  • Operating Current: 7.22A
  • Dimensions: 138 x 67 x 0.3 cm
  • Weight: 3.9 kg
  • Connector Type: MC4
  • Operating Temperature: -40°C to 85°C
  • Warranty: 18 Months

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Flexible solar panels are a relatively new type of solar panel that have become increasingly popular in recent years.

How do flexible solar panels work?

Flexible solar panels work in the same way as traditional solar panels. They consist of a layer of photovoltaic cells that convert sunlight into electricity. When sunlight hits the photovoltaic cells, they generate a flow of electrons that can be harnessed to power electrical devices.

The main difference between flexible solar panels and traditional solar panels is the materials used. Flexible solar panels are made from a thin, lightweight material that is able to bend and flex. This material is usually a polymer or amorphous silicon, which is deposited onto a thin, flexible substrate such as plastic or metal.

Benefits of flexible solar panels

There are several benefits to using flexible solar panels, including:

  1. Lightweight and portable: Flexible solar panels are much lighter and more portable than traditional rigid solar panels. This makes them ideal for applications where weight and portability are important factors, such as camping, hiking, and boating.
  1. Easy to install: Flexible solar panels are also much easier to install than traditional solar panels. They can be mounted on a variety of surfaces using adhesive, Velcro, or other fasteners. This makes them ideal for applications where traditional solar panels would be too difficult or expensive to install.
  1. Durable: Flexible solar panels are also very durable. They are able to withstand a variety of weather conditions, including rain, wind, and snow. They are also able to resist damage from impacts and other forms of physical stress.
  1. Versatile: Flexible solar panels are also very versatile. They can be used to power a wide variety of devices, including smartphones, tablets, laptops, and even larger appliances such as refrigerators and air conditioners.

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