Solar flex panels

  • 19-Mar-2014 05:35 EDT
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Solar Flex GP-FLEX series panels from Go Power use monocrystalline cells to increase energy per square foot when powering tools, lighting, lift gates, and truck-mounted equipment. Aerodynamic, 3-mm (0.12-in) panels are clad in an impermeable, marine-grade laminate that can mount almost anywhere on a vehicle to metal, rubber, fiberglass, and plastic surfaces with fasteners or adhesives. Panels are durable to foot traffic and can be affixed to horizontal body surfaces. Available in 30-, 100-, and 200-W power kits for work trucks, vans, and utility vehicles, the work truck Solar Flex system can generate a battery-charging range of 1.7 A/h and prevents dead batteries for fleets while regenerating without idling, emissions, noise, and the variable cost of fuels.

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