Are you ready to take your RV off the grid and rely mostly if not solely on solar power? If so, then this solar build article is for you.
To start, you'll need some solar panels to capture energy from the sun. Our Pro 200W 12V Mono Solar Panels are a great choice for RV off-grid usage. It's compatible with a range of systems and comes equipped with pre-drilled holes for easy installation using our Curved Z-Brackets.
Next up, you'll need a solar charge controller to regulate the power from the panels. Our 40A Solar Charge Controller is an ideal option, with an LCD display for easy monitoring and built-in protection against overcharging and discharging. But, if you want a higher amperage charge controller, then our 60A MPPT would be the way to go as it allows 750W of input power at 12V and 1500W at 24V.
To store the energy, a battery is essential. Our 12V 100Ah LiFePO4 battery is perfect and one of the go-to batteries our customers use for RV off-grid usage. A couple of the benefits of this battery are that it is perfect for deep cycle applications, has a lifespan of 5x that of a lead acid battery, and can be connected in parallel with 3 similar batteries to form a battery bank.
Finally, you'll need an inverter to convert the DC power into AC power for your appliances/devices. Our 2000W Pure Sine Wave Inverter is top-of-the-line, with a surge capacity of up to 4000W, and comes standard with 4 AC outlets, 1 USB Type-A outlet, and the option of a remote control. Rest assured that you’ll be able to power what you need when you need it.
In conclusion, living off-grid in an RV is not only sustainable but can also be cost-effective in the long run. The products listed above are recommended for setting up a reliable and efficient solar-powered RV. However, your specific build list may differ depending on your RV size and your energy needs. Newpowa provides top-of-the-line solar solutions that are durable, efficient, and built to last. Invest in the best products today, and you'll be sure to have an amazing off-grid adventure tomorrow.
Be Wise, Go Solar!