EcoFlow 160W Solar Panel
EcoFlow 160W Solar Panel
- Portable & Foldable The EcoFlow 160W Solar Panel is portable, foldable, and compact, weighing just 15.4lbs / 7kg. From camping to outdoor activities, unfold the solar panel and start capturing solar power in seconds.
- Intelligent Solar Power The EcoFlow 160W Solar Panel is designed to produce maximum power at any time of the day when paired with an EcoFlow power station. The solar panel has a high conversion efficiency of 21-22%, and the EcoFlow MPPT power station algorithm delivers improved performance in cold and cloudy environments within the operation range.
- Durable, Dust & Water Resistant The EcoFlow 160W Solar Panel has IP67 rated dust and water resistance, which is thanks to a seamless, one-piece design, making it ideal for outdoor activities like camping and hiking. An ETFE film provides extra protection against ultraviolet light, prolonging the lifespan of the product.
- Kickstand Case Provides protection for the solar panel during transportation. The carrying case also doubles up as a kickstand, which enables you to position the solar power in any direction or orientation, allowing multiple solar panels to be connected together without any obstructions
||26.8*61.8*1.0 in (68*157*2.4 cm)
||26.8*16.5*1.0 in (68*42*2.4 cm)
|Weight||15.4 lbs (7.0KG) Solar Panel 11 lbs (5.0KG)
|Open Circuit Voltage||21.4V(Vmp 18.2V)|
|Short Circuit Current||9.6A(Imp 8.8A)|
|Cell Type||Monocrystalline Silicon|
|Operating & Storage Temperature||-4° F to 185° F (-20° C to 85°C)|
Barely 40W on a cloudy winter day at 48degN. Probably expected, but frustrating.
It would be good for Ecoflow to publish a chart of expectations.
Clearly this panel will only be of use for clear summer days. Since our worst case power outage is on a winter day, it limits the utility of the panel.
There is no easy indicator on the Ecoflow indicating not enough energy for any charging, just "0 watts" and periodic clicking of a relay. Would be nice to have a better diagnostic for the system.
I was getting 120 watts when I first got the panel with the Delta but after a month it only gets maybe 30 watts.
Right off the bat, it gave me ~150w. Excellent. The Build quality is excellent. I am very pleased with the product. I would have easily given it 5 starts if it were not for the stand. The stand is more of an afterthought. A kickstand esign like that in BLUETTI, VCUTECH and Renogy are all much more robust. Other than that..excellent product.
I use my 160 watt portable panels for camping , to insure my EcoFlow River Pro stays charged for nighttime, to run 12v lights and 12 volt fan Works great ! Supplies plenty of power during the day for charging Thanks EcoFlow
Excellent product! The EcoFlow Delta's are extremely portable, but yet with several they power all my critical needs during power outages. I've also purchased 18 of the 160 watt panels, all produce roughly 113-140 watts in NC where it's not best for solar. Very impressed, love that they are waterproof and work with my BlueYetti and other products as well. If you're in a lower solar area like we are, I'd suggest a parallel adapter and more panels to ensure you can take advantage of peak sun hours for 24/7 coverage.