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CTSolar DIS_HURRSTANDARDTRIPOD108W
Disaster and Hurricane Solar Survival Expedition Expanded Rolling Pelican Case 200AH Power Center/108W Aluminum Framed Folding Tripod Solar Panel Syst
DIS_HURRSTANDARDTRIPOD108W
Complete Expanded Expedition Grade system to provide backup power during disasters such as earthquakes and hurricanes.
Your Price: $3,950.00

Detailed Description

Solar Power System Designed to Provide Power serious expedition and survival applications. Get Around the Gas Shortages that Make Generator Power Hard to Rely Upon.

The Hurricane Solar Survival System is designed to be an affordable alternative to a gasoline-powered generator during the power failures common after a hurricane. This system will run a larger loads in addition to television, radio, a laptop computer and LED lighting after dark.
200AH of internal battery capacity in a Large Rolling Pelican Case with One 100W ruggedized folding solar panel (20 pounds) tripod mounted system. Weatherproof system with weatherproof connectors to your panels and inverter/external loads.
Also in included is an external 110VAC charging system to keep this unit topped off and ready to provide power when needed.
The solar panels fold are easily stored. These panels are rugged thin film panels and extremely durable. They can survive the rugged and demanding conditions common after a hurricane or any other natural disaster.
The system includes a 1200W inverter to power 110 volt items up to 1500W of peak power consumption. Additional 12 volt DC receptacles provided for items capable of being powered from a car power socket.
Embedded charge controller is a full function temperature compensated charge controller. Low voltage disconnect to protect the battery against over discharge
Fused output lead with 12VDC socket for compatibility with most consumer devices.
200AH Power Center will power most laptops and consumer electronics devices easily. Full control over battery state of charge using LCD display.
Items in stock right here in South Florida.
Not designed to run life-sustaining systems.
Image above not actual system (system is in a Pelican 350 case and panels are folding aluminum framed panel.
The system can support 200AH with intial charge (when fully topped off in storage). Once the inital 200AH stored charge has been used, the solar panel recharges the system with 100W of solar panel input which will support 20 to 30AH of output per day.