Advanced encapsulation material with multi-layered sheet laminations enhance cell performance and provide a long service life
EL-tested solar modules; no hot-spot heating guaranteed
Bypass diodes minimize power drop caused by shade
TPT back sheet ensures smooth performance over a long period of time
Guaranteed positive output tolerance (0-3%); withstands high winds (2400Pa) and snow loads (5400Pa)
Corrosion-resistant aluminum frame allows extended outdoor use; the panels can last for decades
Anti-reflective, high transparency, low iron tempered glass with enhanced stiffness and impact resistance
IP65-rated junction box provides complete protection against environmental particles and low-pressure water jets
Can be used for many different applications
Ground mount compatible
Compatible with on-grid and off-grid inverters
MORE INFO: More compact than ever, the Renogy 50 Watt 12 Volt Monocrystalline Solar Panel is the perfect intro panel for solar beginners, or for seasoned users in need of a small solar setup. This key component is equipped with MC4 leads, making it easy to build or expand your solar system. Small but mighty, this 50W solar panel can power off-grid applications such as backyard lighting and sprinklers, or recharge batteries for marine use and dry camping. It is perfect to fit in small places on a van roof or in front of fans or airconditioners to maximize solar power for van conversions. Give yourself a power boost with this new edition 50W panel and start your solar adventure.
What’s the difference between monocrystalline and polycrystalline panels?
Polycrystalline panels, which are light blue in color, are less efficient than monocrystalline panels, but they are also cheaper. Monocrystalline panels, which are darker in color, are more space-efficient. If you have a limited area on a roof, we’d recommend monocrystalline panels to be able to make the most out of a small space.
How many solar panels do I need?
To determine what size system will best fit your needs, make a list of all the appliances and devices you plan on running. The main appliances to take into consideration when addressing energy needs may include a TV, lighting, water pump, laptop, fans, microwave, and refrigerator. Feel free to email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I maintain solar panels?
Solar panels are low-maintenance. We encourage you to wash off the panels at least once a year to remove any dirt or other residue that may have collected. In the winter, use snow brush to remove snow from the panels (although panels generate enough heat to typically melt off most snow.) In the fall, we’d recommend brushing off any leaves that may collect on the surface of the panels.