Sunforce 50032 15 Watt Solar Battery Charger Review – One reviewer, who purchased six of the 50032, uses the panels as a backup system for his home. When he first got them, he hooked two panels together to see how they would work. Although they proved to work well, even in low light conditions, he could never get the batteries to “full” on the controller. He decided to hook a third control up. This time the panels were able to harness enough power to bring the battery to “full” in just a day.
The Sunforce 39305 650-Watt High-Efficiency Polycrystalline Solar Power Kit – To some reviewers, it seems as if investing in solar panels would not be profitable. They though that the only benefit would be helping the environment. Yet, after purchasing the Sunforce High-Efficiency Polycrystalline Solar Power Kit, many reviewers noticed a decrease in their electricity bill and more money in their wallet.
The Sunforce Sunforce 39310 130-Watt High-Efficiency Polycrystalline Solar Panel Module – Reviewers find that the Sunforce Solar Power Module is best used to recharge batteries. Reviewers who have used the panels for this purpose have successfully charged automotive batteries, gel-cell batteries and heavy-duty batteries. Some reviewers find they can harness the most energy when they are using deep-cycle marine batteries. This type of battery is able to withstand charge and discharge cycles that occur frequently when using solar panels.
The Sunforce 50033 15-Watt Solar Charging Kit – Installation seems to be an easy task for reviewers. The screws, provided in the kit, are sufficient enough to support the weight of the panel. There are three wiring options; battery clips, hard wire leads, or lighter plug in. Another reviewer uses the panel to charge batteries. Using a charge contoller, AA and AAA batteries charge within minutes. He states that it works as it claims. He does suggest to buy the charge controller with the panel.