BLUETTI PV420 Solar Panel | 420W
- Up to 23.4% conversion rate
- Easy setup with a kickstand
- Durable & splash-proof
- Foldable & portable
- 420W solar power for fast charging
- Long-lasting ETFE Coating
- Compatible with BLUETTI AC200P/AC200MAX/AC300/AC500/EP500Pro
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This set of 4 panels was easy to set-up, plug in to my powerplant (different brand, but works perfect). The 420 watts it charges, is awesome. I got 390 watts right when I plugged in, sweet. It's well made and the supports on the backside are useful with the magnetic buttons. I used this on a slope and adjusted the 3 supports differently, for a perfect angle at the sun and it stood up well on the surface at the same time. Just buy it, it's worth every penny.
panneau bien fait,mais aurais aime avoir option fil de connection plus long,merci
Wow, I guess I'm the lucky one to write the first review! \0/ Yay
So... We have a 200max and now a PV420; It so far seems to be great, but we have only had it a short time though.
The PV420 can be a bit daunting to pack around, but when folded up it's doable by one person, if stretched out I would recommend 2 people if you are turning or aligning with the sun, just because I wouldn't want to strain the fabric joints or grind it along the dirt or rocks. I'm mean this thing is worth a grand after all!
I have had the panel out in the gravel in the sun and have decided I am going to get a thin pool noodle and cut in lengthwise down the middle to make a simple clean base that will hopefully keep the bottom edge fabric protected from abuse.
So at first I laid it down in the back of the van and I didn't like how it was getting buried by "stuff" It's really too expensive to treat poorly and too big to stand on any of its sides and I don't like the idea of that much weight on the edges anyway, so I came up with an idea.
We have a Promaster with Ikea bed rails in the back; So I made a "tray" for it that hangs on the bed rails.
Yes - I know i'm no carpenter... but it works for me, so keep your armchair warrior commentary to yourself thanks.
I also made a "ground deploy connector" off my back bumper and added a 10awg extension cord, so that I can use the MC4 connectors and short cable the panel came with, or add my extension cord. (which now has a nice wire loom on it fyi)
I may later swap out the MC4's and go to an Andersen connector instead of the pesky MC4's and if you are wondering, I got the Aviation connector from
Aliexpress fyi - (Cnlinko M28 Male Female Plug 2Pin Electrical Power 2 Pin AC 500V 50A Screw Locking Aviation Connectors)
Eventually I am also going to add a few solar panels on my roof so this PV420 will only be used for really low power sun days and or speedier charging.
As far as performance goes, this thing does very well! The AC200Max was at 83% and I connected this PV420 and it was 99% in about 2 hours or so in come and go sun light due to some clouds. It hit a max output so far of 270W, (didn't get a screen shot oops)
All in all very happy so far, but I would like to see some kind of protection on the bottom edge, not just fabric. I also think it could use 4 stands instead of 3 Yes I know it all adds up to more weight, but come on...
Q1: Is PV420 waterproof?BLUETTI PV420 has undergone enough reliability tests and offers an IP65 water resistance rating. However, to get an even longer lifespan in the right environment, we don’t suggest putting them in direct contact with rain for too long.
Q2: Can it be installed directly onto the roof of my house?No.
Q3: Can I use BLUETTI solar panels to charge third-party power stations?Yes, you can. As long as they
1. have MC4 connectors.
2. have compatible specifications consistent with the voltage output of BLUETTI solar panels.
Q4: How do I choose compatible solar panels for my solar generator?Always keep in mind that a solar panel is a long-term investment, hence there are many aspects other than the price that you should take into consideration.
1.PV input of your solar generator
2.Output of the solar panel
3.Voltage of the solar panel
4.Wattage of the solar panel
5.Current of the solar panel 6.Solar input connectors
Q5: Can I mix different types of solar panels?No. Mixing different solar panels is not encouraged in general. To get the maximum efficient solar panel system, we recommend you use solar panels of the same type and from the same vendor.
For example, two PV68 charging BLUETTI AC200P is acceptable, while one PV68 + one SP120 is not suggested.
Q6: Does PV420 have USB ports?No. BLUETTI PV420 only has MC4 connectors.
Q7: What are the factors that affect a solar panel's efficiency?Multiple factors play roles in limiting a solar panel's ability to convert the sunlight it receives, like weather, sun intensity, shading, panel orientation, temperature, location, etc.
Q8: How do I maximize the efficiency of the solar panel?You can get more out of your solar panel by following those tips.
1. Place it at a perfect angle.
2. Avoid shade.
3. Keep it clean.
4. Offset temperature increases.