EcoFlow 220W Bifacial Solar Panel

Brand: EcoFlow

220W Solar Panel

With a unique two-in-one bifacial design, this solar panel can capture up to 25% more energy than traditional panels, making it the perfect choice for powering your portable devices.

Bifacial Solar Panel

EcoFlow’s 220W Bifacial Portable Solar Panel is a revolutionary two-in-one design that maximizes solar energy capture. With a primary side capable of producing 220W and a secondary 155W side on the back for ambient light, this solar panel can capture up to 25% more solar energy. This means faster charging for your portable power station and more energy to keep your devices running.

Durable Solar Panel

The panel’s one-piece tempered glass design makes it incredibly durable. In fact, it’s five times tougher than comparable panels, despite having only half the thickness of traditional tempered glass. It can withstand high temperatures of up to 300°F, making it resistant to harsh weather elements.

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Features & Specifications

Specifations for: EcoFlow 220W Bifacial Solar Panel

  • Rated Power: 220W Front Side/155W Rear Side
  • Cell Type: Monocrystalline Silicon
  • Efficiency: 22-23%
  • Dimensions: 82*183*2.5cm (32.3*72.0*1.0 in)
  • Open Circuit Voltage: 21.8V (Vmp 18.4V)
  • Short Circuit Current: 13A (Imp 12.0A) Front Side/ 8.8A (Imp8.4A) Rear Side
  • Weight (Solar Panel): Approx. 9.5kg (20.9lbs)


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Bifacial solar panels are a type of photovoltaic module that can capture sunlight from both sides of the panel, as opposed to traditional solar panels that only capture light from the front side. These panels have gained increasing popularity in recent years due to their unique design and ability to generate more energy per square meter than traditional solar panels.

Compact Design

EcoFlow’s 220W Bifacial Portable Solar Panel is designed to be highly portable. It is 10% smaller than comparable 220W panels, thanks to its thinner tempered glass and efficient use of surface area. This makes it ideal for travel and use in outdoor settings where space is limited.

Waterproof Rating

The solar panel comes with its own carry case, making it easy to transport and store. Once you arrive at your destination, simply unfold it and use it as a kickstand to adjust the angle for optimal sun exposure. Additionally, the panel is completely waterproof with an IP68 rating, making it safe to use in any weather condition.

How Does a Bifacial Solar Panel Work?

Bifacial solar panels work by capturing sunlight from both sides of the panel through the use of a transparent backsheet or glass backsheet. The light that is not captured by the front side of the panel passes through and reflects off the ground or other reflective surfaces, then hits the back side of the panel and is converted into electricity. This means that bifacial solar panels can generate additional power from the reflection of sunlight off the ground, snow, or other nearby surfaces.

Advantages of Bifacial Solar Panels

One of the main advantages of bifacial solar panels is their ability to increase energy production per square meter of the panel. According to industry estimates, bifacial solar panels can generate up to 25% more energy than traditional solar panels in ideal conditions. This means that fewer panels are needed to generate the same amount of energy, making them a cost-effective option for solar power systems.

Another advantage of bifacial solar panels is their versatility. They can be used in a wide variety of settings, including rooftop installations, ground-mounted solar farms, and even floating solar installations on bodies of water. Because they can capture light from both sides, they are particularly useful in areas with reflective surfaces like snow, water, or sand.

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