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GANZ Eco-Energy Semi-Flexible Solar Panels

GANZ Eco-Energy Semi-Flexible Solar Panels

Description

GANZ Eco-Energy's fully weatherproof solar modules are designed to provide clean, quiet and reliable power for rugged marine and other outdoor applications.

Features

  • Unbreakable plastic film surface with semi-flexible aluminum backing
  • Each panel has 4 grommet finished holes for mounting
  • Excellent source to trickle charge 12V batteries and other electrical devices
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$120.00
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$92.73
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GANZ Eco-Energy's fully weatherproof solar modules are designed to provide clean, quiet and reliable power for rugged marine and other outdoor applications. An unbreakable plastic film surface with semi-flexible aluminum backing make these panels ideal for mounting on flat or gently curved decks.

The solar cells have the industry's highest conversion efficiency, providing maximum power while taking up less space on deck. Each panel has 4 grommet finished holes for mounting along with 10' of outdoor rated power cable that connects directly to a battery or a charge controller. Excellent source to trickle charge 12V batteries and other electrical devices.

Notable Specifications:
  • Non-glass design
  • Semi-flexible with aluminum backing for flat to gently curved surfaces
  • Fully weatherproof & lightweight design
  • Unbreakable protective plastic film coating
  • Offered in 6W, 12W, 30W, 40W and 55W
  • 6W and 12W panels include cables, fuse, fuse case, diode and terminals
  • 2 year materials limited warranty
  • 10' power cable (12 gauge tinned copper)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
GANZ Eco-Energy Semi-Flexible Solar Panels GSP-6 Semi-flexible solar panel, 6-watt
$92.73
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GANZ Eco-Energy Semi-Flexible Solar Panels GSP-12 Semi-flexible solar panel, 12-watt
$157.00
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GANZ Eco-Energy Semi-Flexible Solar Panels GSP-30 Semi-flexible solar panel, 30-watt
$362.00
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GANZ Eco-Energy Semi-Flexible Solar Panels GSP-40 Semi-flexible solar panel, 40-watt
$489.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
GANZ Eco-Energy Semi-Flexible Solar Panels GSP-55 Semi-flexible solar panel, 55-watt
$671.00
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GANZ Eco-Energy Semi-Flexible Solar Panels GSP-80 Semi-flexible solar panel, 80-watt
$833.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
GANZ Eco-Energy Sliding Style Mounting Brackets CPM-SS078 Sliding style mounting bracket, stainless steel, 7/8"
$13.75
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Ganz Eco-Energy Rail Mount Kits RMK-6 Rail mount kit for GSP-6 solar panels
$89.25
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Ganz Eco-Energy Rail Mount Kits RMK-12 Rail mount kit for GSP-12 solar panels
$115.75
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Ganz Eco-Energy Rail Mount Kits RMK-3055 Rail mount kit for GSP-30, GSP-40 and GSP-55 solar panels
$201.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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