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NexSens A22 20-Watt Solar Panel Kit

NexSens A22 20-Watt Solar Panel Kit

Description

20-watt solar panel kits offer adequate power for most data logging applications.

Features

  • Angle adjustable to any orientation which will maximize performance
  • Integral charge regulator prevents battery overcharge
  • iSIC compatible connector makes for easy integration into a complete monitoring system
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NexSens Solar Power Kits charge 12 VDC batteries efficiently and are rugged enough to survive the most extreme conditions. Each solar power kit arrives pre-built with an adjustable mounting bracket, integral solar charge regulator, and a 15' solar cable with MS 2-pin connector for a quick and easy weatherproof connection to iSIC data loggers.
Notable Specifications:
  • 36 Multi-crystalline cells
  • Maximum Power: 20 W
  • Maximum Voltage: 16.8 V
  • Maximum Current: 1190 mA
  • Dimensions: 21" x 16.7"
What's Included:
  • (1) 20-watt solar panel
  • (1) Integral charge regulator
  • (1) Angle adjustable aluminum mounting bracket
  • (1) 15' length of solar cable with MS 2-pin connector
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NexSens A22 20-Watt Solar Panel Kit A22 20-watt solar panel kit for iSIC data loggers, 15' cable
$695.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
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$59.00
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NexSens A03 26 A-Hr Battery A03 Battery, 12 VDC, 26 A-Hr
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NexSens A09 55 A-Hr Battery A09 Deep cycle marine battery, 12 VDC, 55 A-Hr
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NexSens A19 External Power Cable A19 MS2 to flying lead external power cable, 15'
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