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The REDARC Amorphous Solar Blanket offers the latest in solar technology in a light weight, conveniently sized package.
These thin film, amorphous type solar cells are designed to provide high efficiency, particularly at high ambient temperatures.
These panels are constructed using heavy duty canvas materials making them suitable for off-road and outback conditions. They are completely flexible and are designed to be folded into a compact size to enable easy storage.
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What is the difference between amorphous and crystalline silicon panels?
Amorphous type solar technology uses Silicon in a non-crystalline, random form. It can be deposited onto many different substrates to give effects like flexibility for use in different applications. Amorphous type solar technology falls under the 'thin-film' category of solar modules. Amorphous type solar panels have a typical efficiency of around 6-7%.
Crystalline silicon type solar technology refers to moncrystalline and polycrystalline panels. These panels are created from silicon in a tetrahedral lattice type structure. This structure give crystalline silicon type solar modules a higher efficiency per square meter than amorphous type modules.
The REDARC range of solar blankets allows you to get away from traditional camp sites and harness free power from the sun to charge your battery. Find out what size blanket you need
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For more information on Solar power and dual battery set-ups, listen to Steve Moore from REDARC talking to Andrew Kennedy from Australia on Track
For reviews on REDARC's range of portable solar panels, watch the below videos.
Pat Callinan from 4x4 Adventure explains best solar setup when camping
Solar range review by Pat Callinan 4x4 Advenure
Talking solar with REDARC
Danny Bosch Solar Blanket Review
REDARC keeping All 4 Adventure off-road and powered up
All 4 Adventure powered by REDARC's Solar Blanket and Manager30
4WD Touring Australia's Carlisle Rogers talks solar technology with Scott Montgomery