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Trickle Charge Solar Panel Kits

Trickle Charge Solar Charging Kits – Here at Eos Solar Solutions we know how it feels when you go to your camper and the battery is flat. Well fit one of these and its a thing of the past.Take a look at this range of Trickle Charge Solar Charging Kits, they offer great value and all are ready to go.

To help you select the right Trickle Charge Kit we have put together the below range of low power and Trickle Charge Solar Panel Kits.100w panel You will also see that they can save you money too so be sure to check out the prices.
Take a look at the Trickle Charge Solar Charging Kit

Remember to read about Solar Panels on our Solar Panels Explained Page by clicking here. 

Then check out the Charge Controllers Explained page

And remember all Solar Panels Kits are in the UK and ready for dispatch.

5w to 20w Solar Charging Kits
Trickle Charge Solar Panel Lits – Proven & Reliable

“20w to 60w Solar Charging Kits”
Solar Panel, Charge Controller. Proven & Reliable

What does a trickle charger do?

A trickle charge solar panel is a device designed to be connected to your batteries to preserve their charge level. All batteries undergo some self-discharge, even when not in use, so it’s crucial to keep them connected to a power source duringtrickle charge extended storage periods. Failing to do so could result in a dead battery when you next need to use it. And worse you wont get to the pub on time… Take a look at these Solar Panels

Trickle charge solar panel kits are straightforward and user-friendly devices designed to maintain the charge of batteries when they’re not in use. They connect to the battery with the negative and positive cables for battery connection.

Trickle Charge Solar Charging Kits Benefits
Everything is worked out in Solar Charging Kits
You save money with Solar Charging Kits
You don’t need to do any calculations with Solar Charging Kits
Solar Charging Kits are tried and tested.

Did you know?

Solar Cells were first used in a prominent application when they were proposed and flown on the Vanguard satellite in 1958. This was an alternative power source to the primary battery power source.
Thus by adding cells to the outside of the body the mission time could be extended with no major changes to the spacecraft or its power systems.
Finally In 1959 the United States launched Explorer 6, featuring large wing-shaped solar arrays, which became a common feature in satellites.
These arrays consisted of 9600 Hoffman solar cells.

Always remember to keep up to date on solar developments with the United Nations