Go Power! GP-RV-95 95-Watt Solar Kit with 25 Amp Digital Regulator

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Go Power! GP-RV-95 95-Watt Solar Kit with 25 Amp Digital Regulator
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Product Description

Go Power! 95-Watt Solar Charger is a high efficiency monocrystalline panel on the market, which takes the suns rays and creates DC power to charge the batteries. This panel will even produce some charging power in overcast weather. This kit charges up to 5.45 Amps per hour of good sunlight and averages about 228 Amps per hour of charge in a week. This kit includes a 25 Amp digital solar regulator capable of handling up to 395-Watt of solar, all mounting hardware to mount the panel flat on the roof and 25 feet of UV resistant cable for wiring up the solar system as well as contains all instructions.

Product Details

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #120746 in Automotive
  • Brand: Go Power!
  • Model: GP-RV-95
  • Dimensions: 16.00 pounds


  • Highest efficiency on the market from this monocrystalline solar panel with the most power in the smallest dimensions
  • 25 amp digital regulator, mounting hardware and all wiring included in this kit
  • Provides 5.45 amps of charging power per hour to your battery
  • 25 year panel warranty
  • Produces a charge in overcast weather

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

28 of 28 people found the following review helpful.
5Small panel with big power
By Hillside Tommy
I bought this Go Power! 95 watt solar kit from a local RV dealer early this year. I liked this panel because it was one of the smallest panels that I could find that still put out a lot of power. I have not had to worry about dead batteries since I had the kit installed on my travel trailer. The panel really does get power even in overcast days. This kit comes with a 25 amp charge controller so I can add more panels to the system down the road without changing the regulator, although I don't think I need to at this time. The display shows the voltage of the batteries and current that the panel is putting into my batteries. All in all the kit does what it claimed to do and I am very satisfied with the system.

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful.
5Outstanding quality kit.
By Gpnmoab
First I must say the quality is top notch. The installation is a breeze. The instructions are clear and complete. The panel is compact in size. Now for the best part... I just completed a 2 week vacation (June/July) across the western states and I was confident I would have power to spare when dry camping and this system did not let me down. On clear days the panel was providing a charge from about 7am to 6pm. The unit is rated to provide 5.45 amps but from 10am to 4pm I was easily getting 5.7 to 5.8 amps - more than its rated current. Even better now... on completely overcast days it was still providing from 1 to 2 amps of current. You can't go wrong with this system. The charger looks great, is of high quality and provides all the information you'll need. The wire is of high quality as well. There are cheaper systems but they are not worth it. This system delivers on its claims and then some, you'll not find that with cheaper systems. Beware when buying lesser quality s olar systems.

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful.
5Easy Install
By Paul
I purchased this product and had it shipped with the idea of installing it before an upcoming vacation. Unfortunately, I received the package and found that the accessory kit ( regulator, brackets, wire, instructions, etc. ) was missing from the box. All I got in the box was the solar panel. I sent an email to the manufacturer and was sent the missing parts in just a few days. I was very impressed with the customer service I received from the manufactured and their prompt shipment of my missing parts. Amazon wanted me to send the item back and they would ship me a new one. That didn't fit into my time frame of installing before my vacation.

On the companies website [...] there's a video for how to install a similar solar panel. I installed the Go Power 95 Solar Panel Kit based off this video. Installation was easy and mine installed much like the video. The only difference was having to buy screws for a rubber roof and Dicor sealant for the roof. I fo und the Dicor at a local Camping World. The kit comes with screws for a fiberglass roof but not for a rubber roof. After installation it was late in the day with heavy overcast, I was getting .6 amps. This was installed on a 26' travel trailer with dual batteries. I had no problems installing the solar panel and was able to connect the wires to my fuse box instead of running the wires all the way to the batteries. It would have been almost impossible to neatly run a wire from the panel to my batteries directly.

The next morning was sunny and I was pulling in 5.5 amps as advertised. I'm confident this solar panel will perform as expected for many years to come. My main reason for purchasing the panel is to keep the batteries charged as it sits in storage. Also to provide adequate battery charging when camping without power for a few days.

There are cheaper options on the market. I purchsed this one because I liked the clean look of the regulator and how it was made to go inside the RV. The small size of a 95 watt solar panel was also a plus. The regulator is easy to use and easy to read. I also appreciate that the cable included is UV protected and waterproof connections coming from it to the included cable.