EcoFlow 100W Rigid Solar Panel

Brand: EcoFlow

100W Rigid Solar Panel

In today’s world, where environmental concerns are increasing, renewable energy sources have become an essential part of our lives. Solar panels are a popular option when it comes to sustainable energy solutions. The 100W Rigid Solar Panel is a cutting-edge solar panel designed to meet all your energy needs with ease.

Charge Faster with High Solar Conversion

The 100W Rigid Solar Panel boasts a remarkable conversion rating of 23%, ensuring that you can charge your devices faster. The panel’s integrated MPPT algorithm optimizes your solar input when combined with your Power Kits setup or EcoFlow portable power station.

Ready to Install on Your Surfaces

The 100W Rigid Solar Panel is designed to be mounted on your van or off-grid build with ease, thanks to the pre-cut holes on the panel. For added security, pair the panel with the 100W Rigid Solar Panel Mounting Feet.

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Features & Specifications
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Specifations for: EcoFlow 100W Rigid Solar Panel

  • Solar Panel Weight: Approx. 6.2 kg(13.7 lbs)
  • Dimensions: 98*58.6*3 cm(38.6*23.1*1.2 in)
  • Rated Power: 100 W(+/-5W)
  • Open Circuit Voltage: 20.3 V
  • Short Circuit Current: 6.3 A
  • Maximum Operating Voltage: 17.1 V
  • Maximum Operating Current: 5.9 A
  • Temperature Coefficient of Rated Power: -0.39%/°C
  • Temperature Coefficient of Open Circuit Voltage: -0.33%/°C
  • Temperature Coefficient of Short Circuit Current: 0.06%/°C
  • Maximum System Voltage: 600 VDC(UL)
  • Maximum Fuse Current: 15 A


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Rigid solar panels, also known as traditional or crystalline solar panels, are the most commonly used type of solar panels in the market.

Stand Through All Weather

The 100W Rigid Solar Panel is designed to withstand harsh weather conditions. With an IP68* waterproof rating, the panel can endure dirt, low-pressure water jets, extreme winds of up to 130 mph, and heavy snowfalls.

Durable Structure Design for Long-Lasting Performance

Our 100W Rigid Solar Panel is built with an anti-corrosive aluminum frame that maintains its solar collection ability for years. The monocrystalline cells are coated with highly protective lamination and tempered glass, providing long-lasting durability and enhancing performance.

Connect with Your Power Systems at Ease

The 100W Rigid Solar Panel’s all-inclusive solar connector allows it to be easily connected to any existing third-party solar system. You can charge up 48v power systems and portable power stations with one or multiple panels.

Types of Rigid Solar Panels

There are two main types of rigid solar panels: monocrystalline and polycrystalline.

Monocrystalline solar panels are made from a single silicon crystal and have a uniform appearance with a black or dark blue color. They are known for their high efficiency, which can range from 15% to 22%, and their long lifespan of up to 25 years. Monocrystalline solar panels are ideal for smaller installations where space is limited, and they are also a popular choice for residential and commercial rooftops.

Polycrystalline solar panels are made from multiple silicon crystals and have a speckled or bluish color. They are slightly less efficient than monocrystalline panels, with an efficiency range of 13% to 16%, but are generally more affordable. Polycrystalline panels are also a good option for larger solar installations, such as utility-scale projects.

Main Advantages of Rigid Solar Panels

  1. High Efficiency: Rigid solar panels have a high-efficiency rate, which means they can convert a larger amount of sunlight into electricity compared to other types of solar panels. This makes them a good choice for applications where space is limited, such as residential rooftops.
  2. Durability: Rigid solar panels are designed to withstand harsh weather conditions, such as hail, high winds, and extreme temperatures. They also have a long lifespan, with some panels lasting up to 25 years or more.
  3. Reliability: Rigid solar panels are a proven technology, and they have been used for decades in solar power systems around the world. They have a high level of reliability and can provide a stable source of power for many years.
  4. Flexibility: Rigid solar panels are available in a variety of sizes and can be used in a range of applications, from residential rooftops to large-scale solar farms.
  5. Cost-effective: While rigid solar panels are generally more expensive than other types of solar panels, they offer a good return on investment over time due to their high efficiency and durability.

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