Complete solar power kit; includes; battery pack, amorphous solar panel, and two ultra bright lights
2.6 Ah Rechargeable battery powerpak runs the two included super bright white lights for 15 hours or one light for up to 30 hours
7.5W Amorphous solar panel charges powerpak and can be used to trickle charge any 12V battery like the one in your car
2 Lights with 6 super bright LEDs each.
USB port to charge or run small electronics
Keeps you "on the grid" when you're in the boonies! This Solar Power Pack offers Lights and the essential "juice" for your cell phone, camera, GPS, any small electronics. A portable solar panel and battery pack so you're never in the dark. Ideal for camping and emergencies. 7.5W solar panel works even on overcast days. It charges the 2.6 amp / hr. rechargeable battery; 2 Lights included, each with 6 bright LEDs and 12.5' cord. The system powers them for up to 10 hours on a charge; Battery pack has a USB port to plug in your adapter cables for most small electronics; Can also be used as a trickle charger for 12V batteries, for an ATV, motorcycle, boat; Tilting stand and suction cups included for mounting the solar panel; Battery clamps included.; Solar Panel Wattage: 7.5; Cord Length: 12.5'; Solar Panel Dimensions: 16" x 8.5" x .5"; Battery Pack Dimensions: 10" x 5" x 2.5"; Overall Weight: 9 lbs., 2 oz.; Mfg. Number: 40050.; Order today! Nature Power Solar Power Pack with Lights
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I was really excited when I bought this. I was going to use it for camping cause it is so light and portable.
However I had to test it for home use before a camping trip. There is no problem at all with the 7.5W solar Panel. In fact it puts out around 18V DC. The PowerPak is well thought out with 5V USB port and two 12V socket port for small gadgets but the problem is that there is no indicator on how much charge the PowerPak holds so it is all guessing.
My first unit died on me when I overused it in a week because there is no indicator on how much charge is left. After talking to a customer service rep at Nature Power, she told me never let it fall below a certain level. Well what level? Because again there is no indicator for how much juice the PowerPak has. She said it was ok to continuously overcharge it from the solar panel.
Returned it and got a new one. This time I followed all directions given to me by the company but still it doesn't...
These use Sealed Lead Acid batteries which are permanently damaged if left to sit for long periods of time without regular charging or by running them down to low. These have been left in a warehouse for too long. The internal battery cannot be revived. The solution is to open the case, take out the battery, buy a replacement battery and install it. This involves removing 6 screws and then disconnect the two wires that go to the battery. A new battery costs about $ 15 (+shipping). If you're not wiling or able to do this, then don't buy. Very few of these units work as is.
The blue light on the solar shows that the panel is working correctly. When this attached to the power pack, the light by the input connector will help you align the panel for max output. The light will first come on dimmly with an input of 4 volts, and will get brighter as the input voltage rises to about 16 volts. Substitute a power supply for the panel, to check for proper operation. This will most...
First, there's no real manual for this product. The instructions are very simple, but there's more to this product than is described in the manual. Specifically, any kind of statement about battery life, best practices for longest lifetime, and any details about operations, as in what does it mean when the red light goes on and blinks?
It soon became clear why there's no manual. Because this product is a joke. Specifically, the battery pack. The solar panel itself seems pretty rugged. And a cluster of LEDs is pretty hard to do wrong. But the battery is a joke. After one good, long use, which probably drew down the battery all the way, there's no capacity left. If there was a metering system to keep you from running the battery down too low, what's the point? Since it only has a nominal 2.6 amp hours, and you can't (I'm guessing, since there is no meter and no specs) use more than a third or half of that, it's basically useless.
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