Equipment

Solar Drive Charging Panels

Club Car

April 29, 2015 - Equipment

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Club Car’s 100-watt Solar Drive Charging Panel Assembly allows owners of 48-volt electric Club Car Precedent golf cars, Carryall utility vehicles, and Villager low speed vehicles to capture, store, and use solar power.

As a yearly average, the system generates 29% of the total energy required to drive eight miles per day in West Palm Beach, Fla. This reduces the energy needed to recharge the battery by 29%. Results may vary depending on area and usage.

By continually transferring energy to the batteries, the panels limit how deep into the battery reserve a vehicle must go during a typical use.

These panels are based on technology developed for the U.S. Marine Corps. They are made in the United States of a lightweight, impact-resistant, photo-voltaic material with a Teflon-like coating that protects the cells.

Measuring 40″ x 26″, the panels fit snuggly on the canopies or cabs. They weigh less than six pounds and measure .20 inches thick.

The panels come with a controller, connector to the vehicle’s power supply, all necessary hardware, and installation instructions. They can be installed in about 20 minutes. 

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