Charge Your Floureon Power Station With Solar Panels
The portable power stations, also known as solar generators, by Floureon include a couple of different models.
These portable power stations can be charged in several different ways, and solar panels are one way to do it when you’re far from the power grid, or a cigarette port in a car.
It looks like all three models have a 5.5*2.1mm DC input port, which is a common DC port. You can connect third-party solar panels with MC4 connectors with an adapter like this (click to view on Amazon).
The two 146Wh power stations have a 30W maximum input, while the larger 500Wh has a 65W input. Therefore I wouldn’t connect more than a 50/60W solar panel to the 146Wh models and anything larger than a 100W panel to the 500Wh.
Solar Panel Recommendations
Here are a couple of solar panels I recommend, the links below will take you to the product page on Amazon.com:
Tishi Hery 50W Solar Panel – This is a foldable 50W solar panel that is compatible with the Floureon power stations directly out of the box. It also has USB ports so you can charge USB devices directly with the panel.
Rockpals 60W Solar Panel – The Rockpals solar panels are popular portable and foldable solar panels, which is why I recommend three of them. The 60W panel comes with several different DC connectors and it also has a USB port.
Rockpals 80W Solar Panel – The 80W panel has a built-in stand so you can angle the solar panel towards the sun. It has a DC port, a USB port, and a parallel port to connect two together.
Rockpals 100W Solar Panel – The 100W panel is the larger version of the 60W option above. It comes with several DC connectors, and it also has a USB port.
Please leave a comment down below if you have any questions.