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BatteryStuff 12v 3 Watt Framed Solar Charger BSP3W

Was: $30.00
Sale Price: $27.00
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This is an industrial grade panel that ships with a 10 Ft output cable and bare wire outputs.

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Product InformationStore Part Number: BSP3W


Rugged quality framed 12 volt 3 watt solar panel, recommended use to maintain a single mid size 12 volt battery in stand-by applications. Excellent for battery maintenance of equipment and vehicles that are not used on a daily basis. Designed to withstand harsh outdoor conditions rain, snow, ice, etc.

Maximum power output 3 watts and 0.168 amps. Measures 10.82 × 5.29 x 0.68 with 10 UV resistant foot output cable, weight 1.4 pounds. Unit has internal blocking diode which prevents battery drain in low and no light conditions.



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Tech Specs

  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 10 13⁄16 x 5 9⁄32 x 0.68 in
  • Weight: 1.4 lb
  • Shipping Weight: 3.0 lb
  • Output Banks: 1
  • Warranty: 10 Year
  • Recommended Use: Maintain
  • Model: BSP3W
  • Manufacturer: BatteryStuff Panels
  • Rated Power: 3 W
  • Operating Voltage: 17.82 V
  • Operating Current: 0.168 A
  • Open Circuit Voltage: 21.78 V
  • Short Circuit Current: 0.137 A
  • Manufacturer Part #: BSP3W
  • Made In: Asia

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Rated 4.00/5 Stars from 3 customer reviews.

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3 watt 12 volt solar charger
Pros: Very compact and easy to mount, with the added mounting bracket. Using it to maintain a 12 volt battery on my 16 ft. trailer that powers a 3000 lb. winch. Excellent product for the price.
Cons: Alligator clips to connect the solar panel to the battery, would have been a helpful option.
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Written by Anonymous on Jan 13, 2013. Ownership: Just Bought. Knowledge Level: Electricity doesn't scare me.. usually — (84 of 165 customers found this review helpful
good but........
Pros: works well, looks good, 3w
Cons: no mounting bracket, it is a biatch to mount because of this. i inquired about buying a mount they want 17 bucks for it. wtf i paid 27.00 for the charger. no battery connectors.
Other Thoughts: i bought a charger from northern online, npower 2.5 watt for 19.99 no bracket needed with 2 types of connectors. better deal. too bad this a good product it gets a 2 star rating because of lack of mount and connector **NOTE from** Product was sold and functions as advertised. Brackets and cable connectors are sold separately.
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Written by flexmaster on Feb 19, 2013. Ownership: Use regularly. Knowledge Level: Genius is my way of life — (97 of 176 customers found this review helpful
Just Perfect
Pros: Rugged, light weight and compact. Very reasonable price. I'm buying my second one. Ideal for my use of topping off 10 ah portable Ham radio batteries. The 10 foot cord is a bonus. Battery connectors are available in a variety of types at any medium size hardware store (like Ace or Sentry)or at an auto supply store. My battery took a 3/16 crimp on spade lug. $2 for ten. Installed in a minute with a pair of pliers. I built a tabletop bracket (set at my Latitude for optimal charging) from a $3 piece of 1/8" x 3/4 aluminum rod also available from Ace hardware. A vise and a power drill were required to fabricate.
Cons: None
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Written by Peri on May 31, 2013. Ownership: Use regularly. Knowledge Level: AC/DC is more than a band — (88 of 166 customers found this review helpful

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