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Brunton - Solaris 12 Watt - Solar panel

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Attributes & features
Solar panel
Recommended use:
Travelling; expeditions; camping
12 watts (12 V, 800 mA)
312 g
folded: 23 x 13 x 3.8 cm; open: 74 x 43 cm
12 V
built-in blocking diode; cable for car battery and small electronic devices
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Product description
Whether you take the lightweight, easy-to-pack Brunton Solaris Solar Panel to the Himalayas or down that nearby dirt road, its efficient, thin-film solar technology lets you up your gizmos' battery life without weighing down your pack. Choose either the Solaris six-watt or 12-watt panel; both of them fold up to the size of a CD wallet and work in all types of lighting.
  • Made with thin, highly efficient CIGS solar tech, this unit folds down to the area of piece of paper, about one-inch thick
  • Weatherproof design made to be used in wet conditions
  • Ideal for use in all types of light, from low-light to full sun
  • A built-in blocking diode prevents reverse battery drain at night
  • Solaris 6 features a max output of 6 watts; ideal for charging cameras, phones, music players, and other small electronics
  • Solaris 12 features a max output of 12 watts; ideal for charging cameras, phones, and music players, and for trickle-charging power-hungry batteries
  • Included vehicle outlet adapter enables you to charge just about any type of 12V electronics that have a car plug
  • Link two or more of these solar units together to really get the juice flowing around base camp

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Question from Steffen | Tübingen

Liebe Elektroingenieure im Kundenservice: warum blicke ich diese Leistungsangabe nicht:

12 Watt (12V, 800mA) - sind das nicht eher 9,6 Watt ??

Und: nein, nicht Euer Fehler, Brunton gibt's genauso an. Wikipedia hilft auch nicht weiter (außer mit für mich völlig kryptischen Formeln zur Berechnung der Leistung bei nicht-konstanter Spannung & Stromstärke...).

Viel Spaß beim tüfteln!

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Daniel | Customer Service
13.06.2014 10:45

Hallo Steffen,

die Leistung des Solarpanels wird durch die Gleichstromspannung von 15,6V ermittelt (15,6V DC x 0,8A = 12,48 Watt). Somit stimmt die Aussage der Herstellers wieder.

Servus, Daniel

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