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SolarGo2 110W Semi-Flexi Solar Panel

110W Semi-Flexi Solar Panel

110W semi-flexible solar panel, ideal for power generation in small motorhomes, caravans and boats.

See also: 110W Semi-Flexi Solar Panel Kit

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Welcome to our 110W semi-flexible solar panel. This panel, like the rest of our SolarGo2 panels, is built to last with a strong ETFE face and a fibre back board, the latest generation A-grade mono crystalline solar cells and 5 metres of high end 2.5mm² UV stable DC cable making sure you get the best transmission of power from your panel to your controller.

Designed to last in an outside environment for years to come whether it is on top of a motorhome roof, a caravan or even a boat out at sea. This panel can be installed both as a top cable exit system or a bottom exit system due to a simple but very effective hole through the panel allowing you to thread the cable into the roof. (We would recommend using this method on “pop top” type roof systems with the hole over the outer gutter edge of the roof.)

The flexibility of this panel means you can “bend” the panel along its long length by upto 20 degrees.

SolarGo2 110W Semi Flexi Solar Panel
SolarGo2 110W Semi Flexi Solar Panel

This 110W panel is designed to be outside and work in all weather conditions, providing you with variable amounts of power throughout the year depending on the weather conditions and the time of year.

As an example, we would say it will give you an average of around 30Ah (660Wh) per day in the summer in the UK and 4Ah (88Wh) per day in the winter. This panel will require a charge controller if being connected to a 12v battery.

How can I tell if my panel is working?

You will need to have access to a DVM (digital voltmeter) that can measure DC voltages up to 100V or higher and DC Amps up to 10A. Then with the wires from the panel (not connected to anything else) connect the red probe to the red wire and the black probe to the black wire to test the voltage coming from the solar panel.

This should give a reading of between 14 and 26 Volts DC depending on light conditions at the time. Then set your DVM to test the current, i.e. amps, coming from the panel and connect the probes as before. This may involve moving one of the probes on the DVM.

The results will vary depending on the panel, but any positive reading indicates that your panel is working. Both tests are basically short circuiting the panel. Check your solar panel instructions for more help on this.

Do I need to connect the supplied cable to my solar panel?

All Our SolarGo2 panels come with a pre-installed cable. This cable is 5m long and is designed to get the very best power transfer from your panel to the controller. This is normally plenty of cable for your install, but more is available on our web site.

What is the difference between mono and poly-crystalline?

The main difference between the two technologies is the type of silicon used in the solar panels:

Mono-crystalline solar panels have solar cells made from a single crystal of silicon, this is still considered the best of the current solar panels.

Poly-crystalline solar panels have solar cells made from many silicon fragments melted together. And although this has improved over the years with technology it is still not as good as mono-crystalline. It is more of a ‘best of the rest’ panel.

My solar panel has been damaged, and the panel looks like water has got inside. The solar panel is still creating power so can I leave it?

Your solar panel will need replacing ASAP. The area letting in water, will eventually let water onto the silicon and as soon as we have a frost the water will freeze and break up the silicon inside the panel stopping the panel from working. This can also create a short circuit that could make the installed solar controller fail, costing you more to fix the problem.

Are my panels weatherproof?

Yes, all SolarGo2 panels are designed to be left outside all year-round rain or shine. However, they are not designed to work underwater i.e., submerged.

How long should my panel last?

Our SolarGo2 Flexi panels are designed to last. We give you a 1-year product guarantee and a 10-year cell guarantee.

Electrical Characteristics
Type Monocrystalline (A Grade, 158.75mm, High efficiency)
Peak power (Pmax) 110Wp
Peak Power (Pmax) 100Wp
Power tolerance range (%) ±3%
Open circuit voltage / Voc (V) 26.4v DC
Max. power voltage / Vmp (V) 22v DC
Short circuit current / Isc (A) 5.4A
Max power current / Imp (A) 5.00A
Maximum System Voltage (V) 200V DC
Above Specification at standard test conditions(STC):1000W/㎡, cell temperature 25°C, AM1.5
Panel Info
Part number SPF110
Power 110Wp
Cable type 2.5mm twin core Red / Black (UV stable)
Cable length 5m
Frame Material N/A
Face material ETFE
Dimensions (mm) 1190 x 510 x 4mm
Performance UK weather (weather dependant)
Average expected winter ≈ 4Ah (88Wh) per day (0.8h)
Average expected Summer ≈ 30Ah (660Wh) per day (6h)
Performance (of cells 20 years (at 80% of day 1 performance)
Product construction 1 Year


View: SolarGo2 110W Semi-Flexi Solar Panel Datasheet (PDF)

Download: SolarGo2 110W Semi-Flexi Solar Panel Datasheet (PDF)


View: SolarGo2 110W Semi-Flexi Solar Panel Instructions (PDF)

Download: SolarGo2 110W Semi-Flexi Solar Panel Instructions (PDF)

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