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Sunforce Products 5 Watt Solar Battery Trickle Charger

Part # 58022   SKU: 9311732
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Sunforce Products 5 Watt Solar Battery Trickle Charger

Works in all weather conditions - even on cloudy days. Ideal for use with batteries of cars, SUVs, tractors, boats and more. Maintenance free and easy to install. Made of durable ABS plastic & amorphous solar cells. Temperature Range: -40 to 176 Max Output 5 Watts, 333 mAh.
  • No more dead batteries!
  • Use the power of the sun to charge and maintain 12V batteries-preventing them from dying anywhere, anytime.

Whats Included

4 pre cut holes for easy installation, 4 stainless steel screws, 9.5 feet of wiring, 12V DC plug, battery clamps, quick connect technology.


Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Will keep battery charged! Glued some magnet to the underside glass, stuck it on my truck roof, drilled a hole for wire to tap into the door lamp +12 and battery is topped off even with aftermarket alarm with flashing LED's that will drain my battery in a week. Daytime voltage at the battery is about 13.25 in the spring laying flat on the roof mid-day. I tested the current and got between 1-200 mA depending on angle to the sun. March 30, 2015
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