• What does a solar panel kit include?

    A Renogy solar panel kit includes all the essential solar products you need to produce solar energy while ensuring everything is compatible. A standard solar panel kit includes one solar panel, a charge controller, mounting hardware, and cables. Suppose you want to store additional energy for later use. In that case, you may need to purchase batteries separately from the kit or purchase off-grid solar system packages with batteries.

  • Are solar panel kits suitable for going off-grid?

    Solar panels kits are excellent for off-the-grid solar power systems because they are portable and designed with the elements in mind. The aluminum frames of off-grid solar panels make them incredibly lightweight. The off-grid solar panel kits can come in handy when you aren’t near any other energy supply source. They can help charge and operate all the basics when you’re on the road without compromising efficiency rates. You may also purchase grid-tie solar kits to meet your grid-connected solar needs.

  • Which solar panel kit is best for my needs?

    Our solar panel kits are created based on lifestyle and energy needs. Suppose you're new to solar or looking to expand your existing solar panels systems. In that case, starter kits are an excellent option for dipping your toes into a solar pond. Premium kits are ideal for those who prioritize efficiency and reliability. We recommend our RV and van solar panel kits if you live a mobile lifestyle on the open road. For those looking for solar kit for home, or living off-grid in a cabin, please check out solar panel kits for homes or solar panel kits for sheds. Renogy provides all kinds of solar panel kits that suit various scenarios, including motorhome, camper van, RV, sprinter van, trailers, boat, ground-mounted, shelter, wood, off-grid cabin, and tiny home.

  • What size solar panel kit do I need?

    If you're picking out a home solar system kit or sizing solar panel for shed, you need first to consider the size of your battery and your daily power usage. Suppose you have a 12 volt 200ah battery; only 80% of that is usable due to depletion limitations. In that case, you only have 160 amp-hours of energy to draw on. If you learn that you typically can last two days with power from that battery, you consume 80 amp hours daily. A 100-watt 12 volt solar panel will produce an average of about 30 amp-hours per day (based on an average sunny day), which means you would need three 100-watt solar panels or one 300-watt solar panel to fully recharge your battery on an average day.

  • Need More Help?

    Try  our sizing calculator  for off-grid systems for help determining how many solar panels you need.     
    Consider one of our DIY Solar Panel Kits if you’re planning a whole off grid solar power system.
    Give us a call at 1(909)2877111 to customize a system or get help with anything else.