The 200W, 12V Portable Solar Blanket is a compact, light-weight solution to your solar needs. Whether camping, caravanning, or four-wheel driving off-road, KT Solar blankets are the perfect solution for maintaining batteries to power portable fridges, camping lights, air-compressors and other 12V equipment. The solar blanket is suitable for maintenance charging of gel, wet, AGM,calcium & lithium batteries and includes a 20Amp 12V PWM solar charge controller.
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The KT 200W Monocrystalline Solar Blanket is a compact, light-weight solution to your solar needs. Ideal for camping, 4×4 and marine applications, the 200W Solar Blanket is manufactured from a solar cell that is cast from silicon. These cells are more efficient in producing power than most other panels, consequently, the size of the panel is smaller yet yields a greater power output.
This one-piece, easy-fold design folds down to a compact bag with all accessories neatly tucked away inside. The panels feature a scratch-resistant mat coating for durability and folded tabs which allow you to secure the blanket to your vehicle and close the doors over the tab to reduce the chances of theft.
KT Solar Blanket features a built-in regulator to prevent your battery from being overcharged. Over-charging occurs when the charge voltage is unregulated. This can result in premature battery failure. The regulator prevents your battery from being undercharged. In the solar energy field, battery undercharge always occurs, especially on some conventional Lead-Acid or Calcium batteries.
Advanced MCU control Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) technology, high efficiency operation.
Suitable for LiFePO4, LTO (Lithium Titanium Oxide), Gel, AGM, Conventional Lead-Acid (WET) and Calcium Batteries.
The unit provides an automatic equalisation feature for deeply drained conventional Lead-Acid or Calcium batteries, as well as providing a cycling automatic equalising feature every 28 days.
Can be connected to the battery permanently to keep the battery fully charged using a process called ‘floating’. This means that the controller will stop charging when the battery is full and will automatically start charging the battery as required. This process will also reduce water loss and help prevent the battery from ‘drying out’.
Protects your battery from discharge at night, low light or no light conditions.
Coloured LED’s to indicate the operational status and battery conditions.
Digital LCD to directly display battery voltage, charging current, charging capacity (Amp-Hour), battery types, full charge and faulty codes.
Multi-charging protections against reverse polarity, short circuit, over temperature, over voltage, et
Comes with a 20A, 12V PWM solar charge controller that displays battery voltage, amps, amp hours & error codes • Comes with a 500mm length 50A extension to positive/negative battery clamp lead & a 4.8m length 50A heavy duty connector lead
Easy folding for storage convenience
Dimensions Folded (mm): 355 (L) x 355 (W) x 60 (D)
Dimensions Unfolded (mm): 740 (L) x 1500 (W) x 7 (D)
Included In The Kit
200W Solar Blanket which conveniently folds into a transportable bag
20A 12V PWM Solar charge controller
50A heavy duty connector extension lead, 4.8m
heavy duty connector to postitive/negative battery clamps, 500mm lead
Max Power Voltage
Max Power Current
Open Circuit Voltage
Short Circuit Current
355 X 355 X 60 mm
740 X 1500 X 7 mm
Can the solar panel be mounted on a flat roof or wall?
Yes. It is fine to mount the panel on a horizontal surface such as a roof or on a vertical surface like a wall as long as long as the panel receives full sin for a reasonable period of the day. You will however gain better performance if the panel is tilted toward the sun and faced in a northern direction, since this enables the maximum amount of solar energy to reach the panel.
What current output can I expect?
The current output (A) of the solar panel is based mostly on the available solar energy (sun rays). The current ratings (peak power) given in the specification table are based on the ‘ideal’ sunlight conditions. In reality this may be achieved only on a very bright sunny day. The normal current output will therefore be a little lower. If the panel is shaded or if it is a very hot day the output will decrease further.