This 240W monocrystalline solar blanket kit is not only lightweight and compact, it is rugged for off-road conditions and features everything you need for long-lasting charge while out on the tracks or travelling remotely.
Flexible portable solar blanket perfect for camping
Our flexible and convenient solar blankets are packed with more value than ever, REDARC’s monocrystalline solar blankets can be folded up into a neat package and offer flexibility that’s not available with fixed or folding panels. Drape it over the bonnet or windscreen, lay it on the ground or hang it from the side of your awning. When it’s time to hit the road, just fold it up and pack it away.
Designed to charge 12V Automotive, Marine and Recreational Vehicle battery systems, the 240W monocrystalline solar blanket will provide extra battery charge to power 12V equipment.
REDARC 240W Monocrystalline Solar Blanket Features
Designed for portability and strength with efficient monocrystalline cells
Lightweight and highly portable
The lightest REDARC solar option
Anti-reflective scratch resistant with ETFE coating
Genuine Industry Standard Anderson™ SB™50 plug connection
Designed for 12V Automotive, Marine and Recreational Vehicle battery systems
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