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Kohler enCUBE 150W Solar Panel

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We offer custom options - and lots of them. The Kohler enCUBE 150W Solar Panel is designed as an optional power source for the enCUBE Portable Power.

  • Able to combine two or more panels for quicker charge (max 240W input)

Specification Description
Brand: Kohler
Product Type: Solar Panels
Power Rating: 150 W
Product Length: 30 in.
Product Width: 4 in.
Power Type: Solar
Product Height: 62 in.
Product Weight: 20 lb.
Manufacturer Part Number 33 755 04-S

What kind of solar cells make up this panel?

Asked by: Tnahaus
They are polycrystalline Silicon solar cells.
Answered by: Kohler Product Expert
Date published: 2017-10-28

I agree with transmitterguy, the limited info leaves it up to the shopper to use OHMs law to calculate usability. Calculating 150 watts at 110 volts nets a whopping 1.36 amps. Enough to power to light three 60 watt light bulbs...in full sunlight.

Asked by: nukedemo
Per the vendor: "The 150W panel has a rated current of 8.24A and a rated voltage of 18.24V. The panels are really meant to recharge the batteries and we list time to recharge."
Answered by: TSCJenny
Date published: 2018-09-18

It does not say anywhere what voltage this puts out in sunlight. You can't figure out anything without that. 150 watt means nothing to me. So what is the output voltage per panel?

Asked by: Transmitterguy
Per the vendor: "Powering items continuously using the units and the solar panels will limit capability as the largest solar input is only 240W."
Answered by: TSCJenny
Date published: 2018-01-31

if I use 1000 kw of power in a month, how many of these do I need?

Asked by: TSC judy
That is an interesting question. It moreso depends in the intervals in which the power is used If it is continuously drained or if there are spikes. I would recommend they visit the Kohler website and understand on how generators are sized based on running and surge wattage. http://power.kohler.com/powerequipment/us-en/home-play/generators-101/index.html
Answered by: Kohler Product Expert
Date published: 2017-10-28

What other items are needed to attach this item to the grid?

Asked by: mjs355
If you only buy one 150 watt panel you just plug it into the unit. if you use 2 you will need the parallel connectors
Answered by: Kohler Product Expert
Date published: 2017-10-26
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