KICKASS 12V Premium 160W DIY Semi Flex Bundle with MPPT Regulator

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KICKASS® 12V Ultimate 160W DIY Semi Flex Bundle with MPPT

Without a doubt the process of getting together a solar system to power your 12v appliances can be an absolute headache and can end up costing a small fortune if you don't know what you are looking for.  To make this an easier experience for customers we have created kits to save you time and money.

A DIY Semi-Flex solar kit is an ideal solution if you want an easy power source for caravans, campers, boats, 4WD's, or even a shed. Our complete DIY Semi-Flex Kits include everything you need to install and run your solar system.  The beauty of these kits is they use very simple and reliable components, making it very easy to install and completely waterproof if setup correctly. 

Mounting 

The most common way of mounting this style of panel is using a high strength adhesive glue i.e sikaflex, soudall fixall etc. We have had customers create housings for these panels to sit inside, that is also fine if you don't want to glue them down.

Key Features-

  • Semi-Flexible Design (Flexible up to 20°) 
  • EFTE Construction 
  • Ultra thin 2.8mm depth
  • Premium A-Grade Solar Cells
  • MPPT Regulator 
  • Thick Cabling
  • Eyelet Holes On Each Corner

Kit Includes- 

Specifications

 

Rated Maximum Power 160W
Voltage at Pmax (Vmp) 18V
Current at Pmax (Imp) 8.89A
Open-Circuit Voltage (Voc) 21.24V
Short-Circuit Current (Isc) 9.78A
Maximum System Voltage 500V
Weight 3.85kg
Dimensions 1500mm X 670mm X 2.8mm
(Including Junction Box: 15mm)
Test Conditions AM=1.5; E=1000W/m2; Tc=25° C
Certificate TUV, CE, CQ

 

Product Dimensions
Person Size
Size
Width: 670mm
Length: 1500mm
Height: 15mm
Weight: 4kg
Product Reviews

Awesome light weight and super robust panel for ba

30 November 2018
I use my 200 series intermittently and if it sits for more than 3/4 week the main battery tends to go below 11.5 volts and then won't crank over the vehicle. Solution : Bought this ripper panel ( my 3rd from kickarse) and cable tied it to the roof rack of the cruiser, ran a 3m anderson lead into the engine bay just down the pillar externally bit of duct tape to hold in place as its temporary. Then straight onto the battery and boom 6 amps plus in sun and 1/2 amps virtually in the rain which is tons to keep it topped up. I had previously been using a canvas Projecta panel but noticed the canvas was deteriorating being left in the weather full time - this flex panel is bulletproof and just a few kilos so when i do a trip pull the panel off the roof rack pop in the garage and away i go. Then on trips I use the insanely awesome 150 watt and 250 watt lightweight panels. The bigger one for the camper trailer smashes out 14 amps and the 150 watt gets connected to the vehicle and I run a 90 litre National Luna Fridge one side and freezer at minus 20 plus a 40 litre Engel o the rear seat for coldies :) With this setup i could stay off grid forever. Beautiful build quality and performance exactly as stated or better. Quality components - Cannot recommend highly enough and when I have had a few questions, Blake has been awesome.
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