Solar-on-the-Go is a portable charging station designed to use the sun to recharge batteries on an RV. It is a compact 50-watt, 12-volt system.
Solar-on-the-Go consists of four modular solar panels that are 24 inches long and six inches wide and can be easily connected and disconnected for setup and storage. The system includes a charge controller to protect the batteries, a 10-foot cable and a collapsible, multi-position stand. The unit comes with a carry bag so it can be packed away and stored in a small space.
Dan Curran, product co-creator, said, “These go-anywhere panels give RVers, campers, and anyone who needs remote charging power an affordable, lightweight, portable solution for generating power.”
The product is manufactured in the U.S. for Anywhere Solar of San Diego. For information, visit anywheresolartech.com. The unit has a suggested retail price of $495, but can be found on the company’s eBay store at $299.