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All In One Solar Panel Battery Kit

By Tyler Daves

Besides needing a solar panel battery charging kit in emergencies, there are many more reasons that consumers would require a solar kit. Imagine you are camping for weeks or even months? Unless you are buying a mobile generator and lots of gas, you will be up a creek literally wishing you had solar power. With a solar power system, you could work via your laptop, stay connected via your cell phone, and stay entertained with music via the ipod.

If you have an RV then you already understand that in order to get to those really awesome ground spots that are hard to find but excellent to stay, that you have to have some power to really enjoy everything that your RV has to offer. There are solar systems that can offer power for those big batteries as well. So when you think about it, having a solar system might be an investment and not a hassle or expense.

If you were to look for any solar panel chargers on the market, your best bet is to find the ones that are made for these types of conditions. The ones that are able to withstand the elements.

You would probably want to consider a powerful kit like the Base Camp Kit, because how much is included. Their are (2) 350 watt batteries that are weather resistant and treated to be UV resistant. Also those batteries have small little monitor displays to read the power level and it includes built in fuses and temperature monitor so it operates correctly in conditions.

And it also comes with 4 solar panels which are 30 watts each for a total power output of 120 watts. And it has the mono-crystalline panels meaning it is quality and updated solar technology. And with the 400 watt inverter, you will be able to plug in play and have the max peak power of 800 watts. Also it has the American and European plug so that it works for all users.

This kit also includes 4 LED lights that are 3 watts each and has a nine foot cord that you can hang it off of something. Also it can be used for more than 20,000 hours and it is close to 45 watts of a regular bulb for it’s brightness. It comes with the wall and cigarette adapter. The final cost for something like this is just $2,219.95.

You can buy extra power packs, more solar panels, and even smaller Sherpa systems if you need them. You can combine different single purchases with your combo kits for added power if you need to, piggy backing up to three power packs at one time. The Sherpa kits even have panels that fold up into their own carrying cases.

The other solar solution might be strictly for your RV, if that is so. You will have to consider what you are powering, like a microwave, oven, and other media gear. You will want to look at 200-400 watts of battery and 120 watts from the solar panel at the very least. And this way, you will be able to have power at night while it charges in the day time.

Want more information about solar panel battery chargers? If so, check out livecofriendly Or read more about solar power battery chargers here.

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Daves, Tyler "All In One Solar Panel Battery Kit." All In One Solar Panel Battery Kit. 17 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 5 Aug 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/recreation-and-sports/camping/all-in-one-solar-panel-battery-kit/>.

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