Best Portable Solar Panels in 2021
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Portable solar panels are a great way to recharge your RV batteries when dry camping.
With portable panels, you can easily dip your toes in the solar power waters.
They are also great if you only need to generate electricity via solar energy on occasion.
Also, portable solar systems are a great way to complement an existing installation of rooftop RV solar panels.
They give you a bit of flexibility when it comes to parking in less than ideal solar locations.
On this page, you will find reviews of three different price points for portable solar panels.
You will also learn some things to consider before purchasing portable solar.
All About RV Solar Panel Systems!
Below are reviews of the best portable solar panels.
If you want to educate yourself more about the technical details of a solar panel system, read our RV Solar Panel Guide.
Best Portable Solar Panel Reviews
We narrowed down the many choices in solar power to show only the best portable solar panels.
Zamp is an industry leader in portable solar power so they are a natural choice for inclusion.
Zamp produces an awesome product and a wide variety of panel sizes, but they are the most expensive portable RV solar panel kits.
Renogy offers a much more limited selection of portable solar panels, but they have more affordable solar power kit options.
Finally, if you don't want to spend much to get portable RV solar panels, our best on a budget solar panel kit isn't the best quality, but it will do the job.
Best Portable Solar Panels
Zamp Solar Panels
Zamp portable solar panels are some of the best portable folding solar panel systems that money can buy.
But they aren't cheap.
Zamp portable solar power suitcases can cost twice what Renogy portable systems cost.
Are they worth it?
That's for you to decide - we just provide the facts about these solar panel kits.
Zamp does offer the widest range of panel wattage choices.
In our book, choices are a good thing.
And if you do a substantial amount of boondocking, purchasing an expensive portable solar power system quickly pays for itself.
No more campground site fees!
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Zamp makes its foldable solar panels in Bend, Oregon.
This differentiates them from other solar power manufacturers that have overseas manufacturing.
All of Zamp's solar panels are of the higher quality monocrystalline type.
This means they offer smaller overall dimensions for the same power output when compared to the cheaper polycrystalline solar panels.
Smaller is always a good thing when you are dealing with a portable solar panel system. It helps keep the size and weight down.
Zamp Solar - Made In The USA
Renogy portable solar panels also are monocrystalline, so they are a viable consideration. But what makes Zamp 'better'? A few things:
Very high quality latches secure the solar panel suitcase in the closed position while being stored.
It comes with a padded ballistic nylon case.
Each solar panel kit has an ergonomic handle so you can carry the folded up camper solar kit easily.
The solar panel legs are adjustable.
The amount of tilt will vary with the season and your location, depending on the angle of the sun.
All Zamp portable folding solar panels come with a 15-foot lead that runs from the mounted solar controller to the RV.
The power lead has alligator clip electrical connectors so that you can connect directly to your RV battery bank.
The alligator clips are removable, which reveal SAE connectors that can plug into the solar port of your motorhome or travel trailer.
(Some RVs come from the factory with SAE style solar connectors that allow easy connection of portable solar panel system.)
Depending on the wattage of your Zamp portable solar power kit, you will have the following rating on the included PWM solar charge controller:
- a 10-amp (90 and 140-watt systems)
- a 15-amp (180 and 230-watt systems)
All Zamp charge controllers are waterproof, which means you don't have to worry about them getting wet while outside.
Zamp solar charge controllers have 5 charge stages (soft, bulk, absorption, float, and equalization).
All manufacturers make solar charge controllers that have bulk, absorption, and float charge modes (called a 3-stage charger).
The vast majority will also have an equalization mode (4-stage charger).
The soft charge mode that is unique to Zamp controllers slowly ramps up the battery to 10 volts of charge after it has suffered an extreme discharge.
This smells a little of marketing hype (soft charge mode), but we aren't electrical engineers.
Other than the 'fancy' 5 charging modes, the Zamp solar controllers feature LED lights that display what charge mode is currently active as well as RV battery condition (voltage).
It's a pretty slick feature that allows for a glance to see what is going on.
The Zamp solar charge controller has a digital LCD display which cycles through the following readings:
- Battery voltage
- Charging current (amps going into battery bank)
- Charged capacity (amp-hours)
- Battery temperature reading (requires optional battery temperature sensor)
Zamp Portable Solar Panel Overview
Zamp Foldable Solar Panel Features and Specs:
- Available in 90, 140, 180 and 230-watt versions
- Monocrystalline solar cells - made in the USA
- Anti-reflective coated glass for maximum solar energy absorption, especially at low sunlight angles
- Anodized aluminum frame
- Ergonomic carrying handle
- Precision machined butterfly clasps for secure closure of suitcase
- Tilt legs allow for precise solar panel angle adjustment to maximize the capture of solar energy
- Padded carrying case made from ballistic nylon
- 15-foot cable (from controller to RV) with alligator clip ends for direct connection to the battery bank, and SAE style connectors to plug directly into RV's solar port
- 25-year limited power output warranty (tiered)
Zamp 90-Watt Portable Solar Panel Specs:
- Maximum power output: 5 amps
- Open dimensions: 39.75" x 21.5" x 1.5"
- Closed dimensions: 21.6" x 21.5" x 3.1"
- Weight: 27 pounds
Zamp 140-Watt Portable Solar Panel Specs:
- Maximum power output: 7.8 amps
- Open dimensions: 39.4" x 32.4" x 1.5"
- Closed dimensions: 21.5" x 32.4" x 3.1"
- Weight: 32.75 pounds
Zamp 180-Watt Portable Solar Panel Specs:
- Maximum power output: 10 amps
- Open dimensions: 40" x 39.5" x 1.5"
- Closed dimensions: 21.5" x 39.5" x 3.1"
- Weight: 34 pounds
Zamp 230-Watt Portable Solar Panel Specs:
- Maximum power output: 12.6 amps
- Open dimensions: 53.1" x 39.5" x 1.5"
- Closed dimensions: 28" x 39.5" x 3.1"
- Weight: 47 pounds
Zamp Solar Charge Controller Features and Specs:
- PWM (pulse width modulation) solar charger controller
- 10-amp solar controller (90 and 140 watt systems) or 15-amp controller (180 and 230-watt systems)
- 5-stage charge controller (modes: soft charge, bulk charge, absorption charge, float charge, and equalization charge)
- For use with lithium, flooded, gel, AGM, and calcium style lead-acid batteries
- The regulator prevents battery overcharging
- Equalizes batteries every 28 days or if the battery is drained below 10 volts - Equalization mode only for wet lead acid or calcium battery types
- Colored LEDs indicate battery condition and controller operational status
- Digital LCD screen shows battery voltage, charging current (amps), charging capacity (amp hours), battery type (user selected), and fault codes
- Maximum wire gauge accepted: #12 AWG
- Optional battery temperature sensor to optimize charger performance based on the temperature of the battery bank
- 1-year warranty
Best Value in Portable Solar Panels
Renogy Solar Panels
Renogy offers a great combination of price and performance with their portable solar panel kits.
Both Camp Addict Co-Founders Kelly and Marshall have a legacy 100-watt Renogy portable solar power system and have been using them for several years.
There are a few negatives to a Renogy system when compared to a Zamp portable solar system.
But for the money, you really cannot go wrong with a Renogy solar panel kit.
Eclipse Or 'Legacy'?
Renogy Eclipse foldable solar panel kit are the latest technology that features more efficient solar panels. This means they are smaller and lighter than the (older) 'legacy' version, but the Eclipse does cost a bit more.
If you need a 100-watt solar power kit, you can decide if the price is the most important factor for you (legacy panel) or if you'd prefer smaller and lighter (Eclipse panel).
If you need a 200-watt solar panel system, Eclipse is your only option (available with and without a solar charge controller).
Eclipse 100-Watt System
Legacy 100-Watt System
Eclipse 200W (WITH controller)
Eclipse 200W (NO controller)
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Renogy offers 100-watt and 200-watt portable solar panel systems, both of which feature monocrystalline solar power cells.
The 100-watt portable solar power system is available in the older style panels (we will call the older ones "legacy") and the newer Eclipse panel.
The 200-watt system is available only in the newer Eclipse portable solar panels.
All Renogy foldable solar panel kits use monocrystalline solar cells.
This allows them to be a smaller overall package size and weight when compared to the more affordable polycrystalline solar panel kits.
With a portable solar system, size matters. The larger the size, the heavier the panels and the more space it takes up.
While monocrystalline solar cells are more expensive, having a more compact size is generally worth the extra cost.
Renogy has newer style 100-watt and 200-watt portable solar panels they call Eclipse.
The Eclipse camping solar panels are higher efficiency (make better use of 'incoming' solar energy when converting it to usable electricity).
This makes them smaller sized and lighter than the legacy 100-watt portable solar panels (that are still currently available at a cheaper price).
When compared to the best portable solar panels for camping, Zamp portable solar systems, the Renogy portable solar systems aren't built quite as well.
They have lower quality components overall and they lack the features of the Zamp portable solar panels for RV use.
Having said that, Renogy puts out very satisfactory products.
You really cannot go wrong with them.
The main downside to Renogy foldable solar panels is that they do not offer the wide selection of wattage (power output) choices that Zamp does.
Renogy folding solar panels have a well-constructed aluminum frame.
However, their latching system to hold the solar panels in the closed position is pretty cheap.
It can give a bit of a hassle.
And the support legs can be a bit shaky as their hold-down bolts tend to back out easily.
Neither of these 'issues' are deal-breakers, but they are annoying enough to point out.
There is a very nice padded case that comes standard with the Renogy portable solar systems.
This provides adequate protection while you aren't using the portable RV solar panel kit.
The support legs are infinitely adjustable.
This allows you to adjust the tilt angle of the solar panels so that the sunlight is hitting them at the optimal 90-degree angle, ensuring maximum power output.
The amount of tilt necessary depends on the time of year and your location, which determines the angle of the sun in the sky.
Renogy portable RV solar panel kits come with a 10-foot electrical lead that has alligator clip electrical connectors.
This makes for an easy connection to your RV battery bank.
There are MC4 style connectors near the alligator clip end of the lead.
This allows you to disconnect the alligator clips.
Then you can either connect the portable solar panels directly to a solar port on your RV, or extend the lead's overall length if you want to add an extension cable.
The 100-watt and 200-watt Eclipse foldable solar panel, as well as the legacy Renogy 100-watt solar suitcase, include a 20-amp solar charge controller (Renogy's Voyager model).
This is a 5-stage PWM charge controller equipped with a digital LCD screen and LED indicator lights.
This screen shows RV battery charge information as well as other information.
The LED indicator lights show battery state of charge and which charge mode is currently active.
The Voyager 20-amp controller is waterproof, which is important because it's going to 'live' outdoors in all types of weather.
Renogy Solar Panel Manufacturing
Renogy Portable Solar Panel Features and Specs:
- Available in 100-watt (Eclipse and legacy versions) and 200-watt (Eclipse) versions
- Monocrystalline solar panel cells
- Anti-reflective coated glass for maximum sunlight absorption, especially at low sun angles
- Aluminum frame
- Carrying handle
- Latches to secure solar panels in the closed position when not in use
- Tilt legs allow for precise solar panel angle adjustment to capture the solar energy
- Protective carrying case
- 10-foot cable (from controller to RV batteries) with alligator clip ends for direct connection to the battery bank, and MC4 style connectors for easy lead extension
- 5-year material and workmanship warranty. 25-year limited power output warranty (tiered). View warranty here (PDF).
Eclipse 100-Watt Portable Solar Panel Specs:
- Maximum power output: 5.6 amps
- Open dimensions: 42.2" x 21.5" x 1.6"
- Closed dimensions: 21.1" x 21.5 x 3.1"
- Weight: 19.4 pounds
Eclipse 200-Watt Portable Solar Panel Specs:
- Maximum power output: 11.3 amps
- Open dimensions: 42.2" x 41.3" x 1.6"
- Closed dimensions: 21.1" x 41.3" x 3.1"
- Weight: 33.6 pounds
Legacy 100-Watt Portable Solar Panel Specs:
- Maximum power output: 5.6 amps
- Open dimensions: 40.2" x 27.3" x 1.6"
- Closed dimensions: 20.1" x 27.3" x 3.1"
- Weight: 27.6 pounds
Renogy 'Voyager' Solar Charge Controller Features and Specs:
- 20-amp solar charger controller
- PWM (pulse width modulation) solar controller
- 5-stage charge controller (modes: soft charge, bulk charge, absorption charge, float charge, and equalization charge)
- For use with flooded, gel and AGM style lead-acid batteries as well as lithium batteries
- Equalizes batteries if they fall below 11.5 volts or every 28 days
- The digital LCD screen shows battery voltage, charging current (amps), charged capacity (amp-hours), and battery temperate (if optional battery temp sensor is used). Any error codes will also show on the LCD.
- LED lights show current charge mode as well as battery state of charge
- Maximum wire gauge accepted: #10 AWG
- Includes battery temperature sensor (to optimize charger performance based on temperature of battery bank).
- 1-year warranty (PDF)
Best Portable Solar Panels on a Budget
Eco-Worthy Solar Panels
Eco-Worthy portable solar panels for camping are one of the most affordable ways to get solar energy into your RV.
But are they worth the small savings compared to getting a substantially better portable solar system?
We think not, but it's up to you.
Sure, you can save a little under $100 by going with an Eco-Worthy portable solar kit versus a Renogy solar system, but you'll make some sacrifices.
Cheap construction quality and a solar charge controller that gives you zero information about your state of charge.
Continue Reading Eco-Worthy Portable Solar Panel Review
Camp Addict Co-Founder Kelly was gifted an Eco-Worthy portable RV solar panel kit.
So we have first-hand knowledge of what you get when you choose this solar power option.
Be prepared to deal with a very cheaply constructed solar suitcase.
Who is the Eco-Worthy line of portable solar panels for?
The camper/RVer who doesn't very often need solar power for camping and doesn't care about having the best portable solar panels for RV use.
If you do a lot of boondocking and/or like to see what is going on with the charge and battery states, look for a different portable solar power system.
Like we said, these are cheaply constructed.
They have legs that tend to bend if you look at them sideways, and it doesn't come with a carrying case.
These are just a few of the downsides to going with Eco-Worthy solar panels for camping.
There is an aluminum frame for the Eco-Worthy portable solar panels, and folding aluminum legs.
However, the legs are not adjustable.
This means you cannot control the tilt angle of the solar panels to adjust for varying sun angles.
The aluminum folding mechanism will bend VERY easily.
If they should bend (and they will), you will have difficulty folding them back into the stored position.
It comes with a carrying handle
Also, it has a fairly decent latching system (better than Renogy, surprisingly) to secure the solar suitcase in the closed position.
10 feet of electrical lead is included with alligator clip style electrical connectors to connect directly to your RV battery bank.
The wire is very small, which allows Eco-Worthy to save money.
However, this doesn't help with power transmission between the portable solar panels and your RV's battery bank.
Also, there are no additional electrical connector types included (which come standard with the other reviewed portable solar systems), which means you cannot easily extend the lead.
The included 15-amp solar charger controller is as basic as it comes.
It is a 3-stage charge controller, where the competition comes with either a 4 or a 5-stage charge controller.
There is NO display of any type on the connected solar charger controller.
This means you have absolutely no idea what charge mode it is in.
You don't know what the state of charge of the RV's battery bank is.
You aren't given any useful information about what is going on with your portable solar system.
There is only a single green LED that indicates the solar battery charge controller is receiving power and functioning.
Why would anyone buy an Eco-Worthy camper solar kit as it's far from being the best solar panels for RV use?
The only scenario we can see this being a viable option is if you don't need a portable solar panel for camping except on the rare occasion, or really have an extremely tight budget.
If this is you, then the cheap construction and lack of information provided by the solar battery charge controller might be something you can live with, making this the pick for best solar panels for camping on a budget.
If you rely on solar power to keep your RV's batteries charged, we strongly recommend you spend a little more money.
This means going with one of the other reviewed portable RV solar panel options.
Knowing what your RV batteries are doing is vital in keeping them from dying prematurely, which means having a solar battery charger controller that gives you the necessary information.
Which is not the case with the Eco-Worthy foldable solar panels.
Eco-Worthy Portable Solar Panel Features and Specs:
- Monocrystalline solar power cells
- Aluminum frame
- Carrying handle
- Latches to secure foldable solar panels in closed position when not in use
- Protective carrying case NOT INCLUDED
- 10-foot cable (from controller to RV) with alligator clip ends for direct connection to the RV battery bank
- 5-year material and workmanship warranty. 25-year limited power output warranty (tiered).
120-Watt (Mono Cells) Portable Solar Panel Specs:
- Maximum power output: 7.3 amps
- Open dimensions: 62" x 20" x 1.5"
- Closed dimensions: 31" x 20" x 2.8"
- Weight: 26.5 pounds
Solar Charge Controller Features and Specs:
- PWM (pulse width modulation) solar charger controller
- Waterproof (sort of): IP22 rated (which is protection from vertically dripping water, also known as the lowest waterproof rating, so it's best to keep it from becoming wet)
- 15-amp solar battery controller
- 3-stage charger controller (modes: bulk charge, absorption charge, and float charge)
- No equalization charge mode
- For use with flooded, gel, and AGM style lead-acid batteries (NOT compatible with lithium batteries)
- The regulator prevents RV battery overcharging
- No digital display so you cannot tell what mode charger is in, what amperage it's sending to the battery bank or any other information about battery or charge condition.
- Green LED light that indicates the charge controller is powered up and functioning
- No user-adjustable settings
Portable Solar Panel Purchase Considerations
Below are some additional things to consider when shopping for the best solar panels for RV battery charging.
You will also find some information on what to do if your RV came equipped with a Zamp solar port.
Waterproof Solar Charger Controllers
The best RV solar panels come with a solar battery charge controller that is waterproof.
There used to be a time when Renogy's solar controllers were not waterproof on their portable solar panels.
They have since corrected this and are using waterproof charger controllers.
So both Zamp and Renogy controllers on the foldable solar panels are waterproof.
If you happen to purchase a portable solar panel without a waterproof controller, you are going to have to be very mindful and keep it out of the wet weather.
Solar Panel Electrical Connectors
Another key thing to ponder before you pull the trigger on purchasing a portable solar power system is what type of electrical connectors it uses.
To be honest, this isn't a deal-breaker. Electrical connectors can be changed if necessary.
Most users of portable solar systems won't even care what type of connectors comes with a particular portable solar power system.
Often, they'll be using the supplied wiring harness and alligator clips to connect directly to their RV's battery bank.
So why might you care about what type of electrical connector comes with a portable solar panel for camping?
If your RV comes with a pre-wired solar port that you can plug portable solar panels into, pay attention to what type of connectors a particular solar panel kit has before you buy.
Or, simply change the connector ends.
If you want to have the ability to put your portable solar panel farther away from your motorhome or travel trailer, you'll need to buy extension cables.
You have to know what type of connectors your camper solar panels have so you can buy a compatible extension.
This may not surprise you, but each manufacturer of portable solar systems has its idea of which connector is best.
Just like they have their idea of how to program a solar controller.
Let's hear it for industry standards!
Some of the more common solar wiring connectors include:
Solar panel kit wiring connectors aren't something to lose sleep over.
Worst-case scenario is that you can purchase the connectors you need and change them out.
For most users of portable solar panels, what comes with the system is good enough.
Solar Panel Extension Cables
Portable solar panels have one big advantage over rooftop-mounted solar panels.
You can position portable panels in a location that has full sun.
You can also move them and angle them to point directly towards the sun throughout the day, to maximize solar energy harvesting.
It comes in very handy to have a bit more power cable than comes standard with the portable panels.
This can help keep your RV (or nearby trees, etc) from shading the solar panels.
Have no fear, you can purchase extension cables.
We BOTH have used them and we both HIGHLY recommend getting extensions.
The most commonly available extension cables (the ones with the correct size/gauge wire and multiple length options) have MC4 connectors on the ends.
These are the connectors that come with Renogy portable solar panels.
Zamp portable panels use SAE connectors.
It's a lot harder to find the properly sized wire in this style of an extension cord.
Zamp does offer the 15-foot extension cord, but sometimes it's not available on Amazon.
Don't forget to choose what wire gauge and wire length you want for your solar panel extension wires.
Solar Extension Cables (MC4 Connector)
Zamp solar panel extension cord (part number ZSHE15N) is 10 AWG wire and only comes in a 15-foot length. It has SAE connectors.
Zamp Extension Cable (SAE Connector)
Easy Portable Solar Panel Hold Down
Portable solar panels for camping are put out on the ground where they can be affected by high winds.
Winds hitting the back of the solar panels can easily flip them over and cause damage.
Fortunately, it's easy to rig up a solar panel hold-down system that prevents wind damage.
For portable solar panels that have a Renogy style leg setup, you will need:
- a metal fence post
- a 5-gallon collapsible water jug or the like
The metal fence post sits on top of the legs (see images below) and the filled 5-gallon water jug sits on top of the fence post.
You end up with 40+ pounds of water holding the panel in one place. (Bonus- if there is no more wind in the forecast, you have some spare water.)
Both Camp Addict Co-Founders Kelly and Marshall have used this exact setup to secure their Renogy 100-watt portable solar panels whenever the wind kicks up.
This system has worked in some pretty extreme winds and we have yet to experience solar panel flipping (knock on wood).
(Update- Kelly shattered one panel by not securing it down in Moab in 2018. Ask her if it is the only one she has broken...)
If your portable solar panel has legs like the current designed Zamp portable panels, you will only need the collapsible 5-gallon water bag.
Place it over the leg's horizontal support.
You won't need the metal fence post because of the 'built-in' horizontal support.
5-Gallon Collapsible Water Container
Do You Have A Zamp Sidewall Solar Port?
Some RV's come from the factory with a Zamp Sidewall Solar Port, which is an SAE connector.
It allows you to plug in a foldable solar panel. In other words, the RV is pre-wired to 'accept' a portable solar panel.
Does this mean that you are only able to use Zamp portable solar panels with this setup?
Nope! YOU CAN USE ANY BRAND.
BUT, be aware that the Zamp Sidewall Solar Port is reverse polarity (positive side goes to the negative battery terminal and vice versa).
This can create big problems if you just willy-nilly plug in a foldable solar panel that is wired 'correctly'.
As in things will fry.
Have no fear! As long as you are aware of this, there is a simple workaround.
If you want to go with something else besides a Zamp portable solar system, you can.
Simply purchase one, or both, of the below adapters and you are in business.
If your portable solar panel of choice has an SAE connector, simply purchase the SAE polarity reverser connector below.
If you are wanting to plug in a portable solar panel (such as the Renogy portable solar systems) with MC4 connectors, you need to purchase just the SAE to MC4 adapter shown below, as this particular adapter handles the polarity reversing.
Bingo! You are in business!
Solar Battery Maintainers
If you don't need a portable solar system to keep your RV's batteries charged while camping, you may still benefit from solar charging while your RV is stored.
You can use a solar battery maintainer to keep your RV house batteries charged when stored and you can't connect your RV to power.
There is always a slight draw on your RV's batteries when not plugged into shore power.
Over time, the batteries will drain unless you have some way to maintain the charge.
Solar battery maintainers (solar chargers) are available at many price points and many power outputs (wattage rating).
Be aware that cheaper products will most likely have low wattage (power output) solar panels.
They may not be able to maintain your RVs house battery bank at a fully charged state.
OR, they may come with a cheap solar battery controller that isn't 'smart' and can potentially damage your batteries.
The below featured solar battery maintainer by BatteryMINDer comes with a 15-watt solar panel and solar controller.
It will not overcharge your RV house battery bank.
It can be permanently mounted.
Otherwise, it comes with legs that allow for temporary installation.
You can read the instruction manual (PDF) to find out how to properly use it.
BatteryMINDer Model SCC515-15 (15-Watt System)
Portable solar panels for campers are a great way to charge your RV battery bank using free solar energy provided courtesy of the sun.
If you camp off-grid for long enough periods where your batteries would be drained from normal use, then solar power is an awesome solution.
Your neighbors will thank you if you are using sunlight to charge your batteries instead of always using a portable generator.
Now you have a better understanding of what is available when it comes to portable motorhome or travel trailer solar panels.
Start enjoying the free solar energy today!
Camp on, Addicts!
Kelly Beasley is co-founder of Camp Addict and loves sharing her enthusiasm for the RVing lifestyle. As a full-time RVer since May 2015, Kelly's playful writing style helps make learning about the sometimes dull subject of RV products a bit more interesting.
Camp Addict co-founder Marshall Wendler brings his technical expertise to help explain RV products in an easy to understand fashion. Full-time RVing since April 2014, Marshall loves sharing his knowledge of the RV lifestyle.