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Wgi Innovations/Ba Products SP-6V1 Solar Panel to Recharge Feeder Battery, 6-Volt (Sports)

Wildgame Innovations THIN FILMED MONO-CRYSTALINE DESIGN Wildgame Innovations THIN FILMED MONO-CRYSTALINE DESIGN available on February 17 2017 from Amazon for 19.99
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Unit has approximately 4-1/2 ft of lead wires. Small alligator clips colored accordingly. 2 ft 2" from solar panel is armored with flex-metal sheath that has set screw couplings that allow securing to metal bulkheads to prevent wire pull. Solar panel is approx 5-1/2" X 3-5/8" X 1/2" clear plastic encased. Unit comes with a metal mounting plate for the feeder; screws included. Measured output of panel in full sunlight was 9 volts, no load.
This little panel was purchased to recharge UB645 batteries that power a shortwave receiver during extended power outages and remote base camp operations. I couldn't measure the watt output with my current meter, but from other source data, it should keep a UB645 battery topped off with 7 hours full sunlight charging. The panel came disassembled from mounting plate. The mounting plate offers a wide range of mounting possibilities for the home tinkerer. Unit appears to be ruggedly built and weather resistant. One description picture detail; the...Read more

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Unit has approximately 4-1/2 ft of lead wires. Small alligator clips colored accordingly. 2 ft 2" from solar panel is armored with flex-metal sheath that has set screw couplings that allow securing to metal bulkheads to prevent wire pull. Solar panel is approx 5-1/2" X 3-5/8" X 1/2" clear plastic encased. Unit comes with a metal mounting plate for the feeder; screws included. Measured output of panel in full sunlight was 9 volts, no load. This little panel was purchased to recharge UB645 batteries that power a shortwave receiver during extended power outages and remote base camp operations. I couldn't measure the watt output with my current meter, but from other source data, it should keep a UB645 battery topped off with 7 hours full sunlight charging. The panel came disassembled from mounting plate. The mounting plate offers a wide range of mounting possibilities for the home tinkerer. Unit appears to be ruggedly built and weather resistant. One description picture detail; the...Read more
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