Best Solar Panels in India 2020 (Top 7 + Buying Guide)

β€œSolar energy is the most plentiful, accessible, and least expensive power source in the world." 

Choosing the right Solar Panel is key if you want to have a worry-free time while enjoying your time at home. 

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Do you need a Solar Panel and want to know which one is the best for you? 

If you just want to know what the Top 7 Solar Panels in India are, you can find a summary on the table below.

If you are still not clear on what your needs or requirements are please, keep reading. I will guide you and help you understand what your requirements are and which are the best options to choose from.

The Top 7 Solar Panels in India

Loom solar Panel 50 watt

Loom Solar Panel 50 watt


12 v Monocrystalline

430 x 335 x 35 mm

Loom Solar 10 Watt

Loom Solar Panel 10 Watt


12 v Polycrystalline

285 x 350 x 22 mm

Loom Solar 180 Watt

Loom Solar Panel 180 Watt


12 v Monocrystalline

1490 x 665 x 35 mm

Sukam Solar Panel 100 Watt

Sukam Solar Panel 100 Watt


12 v Polycrystalline

1006 x 666 x 35 mm

Loom Solar 40 Watt

Loom Solar Panel 40 Watt


12 v Polycrystalline

430 x 665 x 35 mm

Loom Solar 20 Watt 01

Loom Solar Panel 20 Watt


12 v Polycrystalline

450 x 350 x 22 mm

Loom Solar 125 watt 01

Loom Solar Panel 125 watt


12 v Monocrystalline

1020 x 665 x 35 mm

Short Buying Guide
What do you need to consider to choose the right solar panel?

When it comes to buying a Solar Panel, you must always take into consideration at least few things (the essential ones) if you want to get the right one.

If you already know some you can skip them and skip to the next step.

1

Your power requirements

First and most importantly, you need to understand what your power requirements are. Number and type of appliances you would like to have operating when there is a power cut. 


*Note: if instead, you just want to know what appliances or batteries you can run and for how long depending on the panel that you buy, you can find the information in this table below.


Total wattage:
Every appliance has some power requirements which are expressed in Watts. The sum of all the watts that every appliance has is the total wattage
The wattage required will tell you what type of inverter and battery you need.

Appliances from India small

VA rating of your inverter:
How do you find the VA rating of the UPS/inverter you need for my home?
You will learn how to calculate it on the more extensive buying guide below.


The Back up time:
How long do you want your appliances to work for?
Again, in this case you will probably have to take into consideration what battery and how many of them you connect to the inverter. Also, the batteries selection might influence what inverter you will need. The wattage required will tell you what type of inverter and battery you will need.



2

Solar inverter Vs. Regular inverter

The type of roof your house has can play into getting a solar panel. This plays a part because your solar panel has to be able to connect to your house on the roof. If you do not have the right kind of roof, they may need to do extra work to attach the solar panel.


Connecting the solar panels directly to a battery is not a good idea.  

The solar panel could overcharge the battery. At full sun, a standard 12 v solar panel may output 17 v or more.


This is why solar inverters embody a charge controller. Standard or regular inverters do not.


Pulse-width modulators (PWM) are a type of solar charge controller that slowly reduces the charging current to avoid overheating the battery.


Can you convert a regular inverter to a solar inverter?

Yes, you can simply separately buy a charge controller. 

Typical configuration with a regular inverter + charge controller:

Solar PV system configuration with charge controller

Typical configuration with a solar inverter, the charge controller is included inside:

Solar PV system configuration without charge controller
3

Location / access to sunlight & tilt angle

The area in which you live and how the panel is oriented are important when it comes to getting a solar panel. Without the proper amount of sunlight, the solar panel is either not going to be operative or not able to provide its maximum performance.


Below you can find a table with the optimum tilt angle for six cities in India: Ahmedabad, Delhi, Kolkata, Bhopal, Chennai and Mumbai.


Source: Markam & Sudhakar, Estimation of optimal tilt angle for solar photovoltaic installations in India, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (2016).

city

LATITUDE (in degree)

OPTIMAL TILT ANGLE (in degree)

Ahmedabad

23.03

26

Delhi

28.61

30

Kolkata

22.56

21

Bhopal

23.25

25

Chennai

13.08

10

Mumbai

18.97

20

4

How to calculate the number of solar panels required?

Once you know your total wattage and the inverter that you need (VA rating) you can calculate the number of solar panels required.

For a 12 v Photovoltaic system, if you need to load a 150 Ah battery every day and there are 8 hours of sunlight per day then you will need:


150 Ah x 12 V = 1800 Wh

1800 Wh / 8 h = 225 W of solar panels


It is recommended to overestimate your requirements by at least 20%, therefore you will need about 270 W of solar panels.

Typical solar panels in India have between 50 W and 375 W. So, in this example we would need 6 solar panels of 50 W or 1 panel of 375 W. Other combinations with panels of different Watts are also possible.


The table below shows as an example different configurations:

Inverter VA Rating

Solar battery

PV panel Watt

Panel connection combination

Roof top area required (approx.)

300 VA

120 Ah x 1

165 Wp x 1

20 sq. ft.

500 VA

120 Ah x 1

165 Wp x 2

2 (parallel)

40 sq. ft.

850 VA

150 Ah x 1

165 Wp x 4

4 (parallel)

80 sq. ft.

1100 VA

150 Ah x 1

165 Wp x 4

4 (parallel)

80 sq. ft.

1500 VA

150 Ah x 2

325 Wp x 3

3 (parallel)

100 sq. ft.

Table based on information from the manufacturer Luminous.

Top 7 UPS Inverters for home use in India: models analysis.

1. Loom solar Panel 50 watt - 12 Volt Mono crystalline

Loom solar Panel 50 watt
Loom solar Panel 50 watt

The Loom Solar Panel 50 Watts is ideal for you if you require to run, for example, 35 watt load (home lights) for at least 5 hrs daily (supposing a 42 Ah battery).

This solar panel is a mono-crystalline type of technology. This solar panel is known to save you up to 20% on your energy bill. The frame on this solar panel is made out of the best glass and solar cells. The mono-crystalline gives the solar panel a higher level of performance even during a cloudy day. This solar panel comes with a 10-year warranty in case of any manufacturing defects, and it also has a 25-year warranty for the power output transferable. This solar panel is small in a size and very lightweight, which means it is easy to carry around and take with you.

You can use this 50W mono-crystalline panel along with 12Ah SMF battery and luminous 10A charge controller. At peak of performance (good sunlight) this panel can give about 2.4A at 20 volts , so the battery can get fully charged within 4 hours. Let's say fr example that you are using four 5W led bulbs, then they can be used together for about 6 hours. 

Loom solar Panel 50 watt 05

Pros

  • 2.5 AMP Output.
  • Produces up to 23 v.
  • Sturdy build.

Cons

  • Not great for hilly location.
  • Not 50 W.
  • Not Pure monocrystalline.
Loom Solar 10 Watt
Loom Solar 10 Watt

It is ideal for you if you are looking for something economical. With the Loom Solar Panel 10 Watts you could power a 3 Watts LED bulb light for over 14 hours with the 43 watt-hours (stored in a 7 Ah acida battery) you generated in one day of sun. 

The efficiency of this solar panel is 10.03%. It is this low because the solar panel is a high load resistant solar panel. The performance of this solar panel is excellent because it will work with low light. It is a smaller sized solar panel, meaning it can be easily mounted and taken with you should you want to take it somewhere. The solar panel uses technology made out of polycrystalline. The glass used on this solar panel is made to be unbreakable and is 3.2mm thick. This solar panel is designed to be used for charging batteries and mobile devices, but many people have had problems using it with their mobile device.

Pros

  • Strong voltage.
  • Low price.
  • Up to 21 volts.

Cons

  • Low power.
  • Won't charge mobile phones.
  • Not everything needed is included.
Loom Solar 180 Watt
Loom Solar 180 Watt

The Loom Solar 180 Watts is for you if you require to run devices like computers (40-90 Wh), 19" TV (95 Wh), 17" monitor (120 Wh), 17" LCD monitor (40 Wh).

With 5 hours of  full sun you could accumulate about 540 Wh so you could run a 19" TV of 95 W computer for more than 5 hours.

The junction box that comes with this solar panel is completely waterproof, and the connectors are also waterproof. The glass used on this solar panel is 3.2mm thick, which makes it unbreakable. The efficiency level of this solar panel is 17 to 20%. Due to the smaller size of this solar panel, it can be easily placed onto a roof without taking up too much space. It can work well even during the darkest of time frames when there is low to no light. It can be used with both off-grid and on-grid inverters, making it a great choice for more areas.

Pros

  • Builds Watts quickly.
  • Can power multiple devices at the same time.
  • Connected to a solar charge controller.

Cons

  • The frame is weak.
  • Weakens in power quickly.
  • Poor customer service.
Sukam Solar Panel 100 Watt
Sukam Solar Panel 100 Watt

The Sukam Solar panel 100 W is aideal for you if expect to run the following devices in a day:

  • Home lighting - 25 Wh
  • Computer - 60 Wh 
  • Ceiling fan - 35 Wh
  • WiFi Router - 6 Wh
  • Mobile phone charging - 5 Wh

This solar panel comes with a 5-year standard warranty, but it also comes with a 25-year performance warranty. The product does not have a lot of information available for people, but the people who have used it have a lot of good things to say about the solar panel. You do have to be careful when ordering this solar panel though because it sometimes comes as reproduction and fake. People have also reported that it was clear that the one sent to them had been returned to the company from someone else. This means the product is often a return being sold again. This means there can be defaults in the solar panel.

Sukam Solar Panel 100 Watt

Pros

  • Up to 85% output
  • Sturdy built
  • Fast delivery

Cons

  • Output is half
  • Not made by Sukam company
  • Some packaging looked like if it was pre-owned. 
Loom Solar 40 Watt
Loom Solar 40 Watt technical specifications

The Loom Solar 40 Watt is ideal for you if you would like to power lights, radios, laptop computer, fan or small tv.

With 5 hours of  full sun you could power a 20 W compact fluorescent bulb for more than 5 and a half hours. If you use a 55 Ah fully charged battery then you could run the same bulb for more than 26 h (supposing you discharge it completely, which is not recommended). 

This solar panel has been made with extremely durable glass measuring 3.2mm, making it unbreakable. It has been designed to charge up a battery and also mobile devices. As long as the thing being charged does not go over 20AH, it will charge fully through the use of this solar panel. The frame is also made out of EVA resin and has a back sheet that provides the most protection possible. This means it can withstand some harsh weather conditions without taking bad damage. It comes with a 25-year warranty for the power output transferable and a 1-year performance warranty. The frame is heavily reinforced to make it last.

Pros

  • Sturdy built.
  • Timely delivery.
  • Great power.

Cons

  • Poor customer service.
  • Not always the correct brand.
  • Limited on what it can power.
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Loom Solar 125 watt tech specs

The Loom Solar 125 Watts is for you if you require to run devices like computers (40-90 Wh), 19" TV (95 Wh), 17" monitor (120 Wh), 17" LCD monitor (40 Wh).

With 5 hours of  full sun you could accumulate about 360 Wh so you could run a 40 W computer for about 9 hours.

The junction box for this solar panel is made to be completely waterproof, and the connector is also completely waterproof. The glass that is on this solar panel is made to be unbreakable because it is 3.2mm thick. This solar panel can save you up to 20% on the energy bill. It has innovative technology built into the cells to make it very efficient. This is a larger scaled solar panel, which means it needs 16 sq. feet of area to be set up in. The junction box of this solar panel has pre-installed diodes and an attached 1M wire with a connector. The look of this solar panel is a little cleaner and neater than other panels.

Pros

  • Waterproof connectors.
  • Excellent wiring.
  • Excellent output voltage.

Cons

  • Low charging current.
  • Poor customer service.
  • Does not work in low light.
Loom Solar 20 Watt 01
Loom Solar 20 Watt tech specs

The Loom Solar 20 Watt is ideal for you if you would like to power lights, radios, laptop computer, fan or small tv.

You could run for more than 4 hours a 15 W  compact fluorescent bulb with the energy you produced in 1 day (with 5 hours of sunlight). With a 32 Ah battery that can hold over 350 Wh of energy, you could power the light for more than 12 hours. 

This solar panel is designed to be used for charging a battery and for charging mobile devices. It has 3.2mm thick unbreakable glass. This solar panel has a value of saving money up to 16.5%. It is made with PID resistant technology, making it sturdy. The frame is designed to be extremely reinforced to stand up to all kinds of weather conditions. The size of this solar panel is very small. This means it is super easy to mount but also to carry with you to take somewhere, such as camping. Due to its small size, it is not meant to power a lot of things at once but rather just something small, such as a mobile device.

Pros

  • Sturdy built.
  • Works in low light.
  • Holds sun power.

Cons

  • It does not work when placed vertically.
  • Connecting wire needed.
  • Low power output.

UPS Inverter

Battery

Charging time

Charging load (from X% to Y%)

Comments

Loom solar Panel 50 watt

32 Ah acid lead

20 Ah acid lead

75 Ah acid lead

7-8 hours

4-5 hours

6-7 hours

50% to 90%

50% to 90%

70% to 99%

Assuming:

6h sunlight (24Ah/day)

80% efficiency

5 v , 10k mAh Power bank

6 hours

10% to 90%

It requires 10-16 W for charging.

Every 3 hours you can charge 3 power banks.

Loom Solar 10 Watt

ideal 7 Ah acid battery

6-10 hours 

10% to 90%

It helps to run pumps, lights, fans, and small appliances.

Loom Solar 180 Watt

ideal 100 Ah acid battery

7-9 hours

50% to 90%

Considering 

6h sunlight (24Ah/day)

80% efficiency

Sukam Solar Panel 100 Watt

ideal 50-65 Ah acid battery

7 hours (for a 14-30 Ah battery)

50% to 90%

depending on hours of available sun per day

Loom Solar 40 Watt

ideal 20-32 Ah acid battery

5-7 hours (for a 75 Ah battery)

68% to 99%

Assuming:

6h sunlight (24Ah/day)

80% efficiency

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ideal 62-75 Ah acid battery

7 hours (for a 14-30 Ah battery)

50% to 90%

Assuming:

6h sunlight (24Ah/day)

80% efficiency

Loom Solar 20 Watt 01

ideal 10-15 Ah acid battery

4-12 hours (for a 7 Ah battery)

50% to 99%

4 h in summer, 12 h in monsoon.

Complete buying guide for a Solar UPS inverter: How can I choose the right UPS inverter for my home?

How a Solar UPS inverter works.

This is how the electricity usually arrives at our homes:

Electricity generation, transmission and distribution in India

When things go well and we have electricity at home coming from the distribution lines the inverter transforms the AC (alternate current) to DC (direct current) which is the type of current the batteries use. The battery is charging.

But when there is a cut in the distribution and we have no electricity coming from the outside, the UPS inverter does the job of transforming the electricity current coming from the battery in form of DC (direct current) to AC (alternate current) which is the one that your electrical appliances use.

In the case of a solar inverter, it allows the battery to be charged either via the grid power or via solar panels:

Luminous Solar NXG inverter scheme

What you need to know to choose the right UPS inverter.

1. Your power requirements:
Number and type of appliances you would like to have operating when there is a cut. 

Every appliance has some power requirements which are expressed in Watts. The sum of all the watts that every appliance has is the total wattage
The wattage required will tell you what type of inverter and battery you need.

See in the table below a list of the most common appliances in India and their wattage.

Appliances from India small wattage

2. VA rating of your UPS inverter:
How do you find the VA rating of the UPS inverter you need for your home?

VA stands for Volts Ampere. It is the voltage (V) and current (A) supplied by the UPS inverter to the appliances you want to connect to.

VA rating = Total Load of your appliances (Watts) / UPS inverter efficiency (%)

Example:
- You know that all the appliances you want to have running sum up 600 Watts
- The efficiency of your UPS inverter is typically about 80%.

VA rating = 600/0.8 = 750 VA

For this example an UPS inverter which is closer to the VA rating you need would be sufficient. You see that an UPS Inverter with a rating of 900 VA would be enough for you.

3. What about the solar panels? How many solar panels do I need for my inverter? What Solar Panels can I connect to my inverter?

Once you know your total wattage and the inverter that you need (VA rating) you can calculate the number of solar panels required.

For a 12 v Photovoltaic system, if you need to load a 150 Ah battery every day and there are 8 hours of sunlight per day then you will need:

150 Ah x 12 V = 1800 Wh

1800 Wh / 8 h = 225 W of solar panels

It is recommended to overestimate your requirements by at least 20 %, therefore you will need about 270 W of solar panels.

Typical solar panels power in India are between 50 W and 375 W. So, in this example we would need 6 solar panels of 50 W or 1 panel of 375 W. Other combinations with panels of different Watts are also possible.

The table below shows as an example different configurations:

Inverter VA Rating

Solar battery

PV panel Watt

Panel connection combination

Roof top area required (approx.)

300 VA

120 Ah x 1

165 Wp x 1

20 sq. ft.

500 VA

120 Ah x 1

165 Wp x 2

2 (parallel)

40 sq. ft.

850 VA

150 Ah x 1

165 Wp x 4

4 (parallel)

80 sq. ft.

1100 VA

150 Ah x 1

165 Wp x 4

4 (parallel)

80 sq. ft.

1500 VA

150 Ah x 2

325 Wp x 3

3 (parallel)

100 sq. ft.

Table based on information from the manufacturer Luminous.

4. The Back up time:

  • How long do you want your appliances to work for?

In this case you will probably have to take into consideration what battery and how many appliances you connect to the UPS inverter. Also, the batteries selection will influence what UPS inverter you will need.

The most convenient type of inverter batteries for home use in India are the lead-acid batteries. Most common two types of acid-lead batteries:

  1. Tubular batteries
  2. Flat plate batteries

In short, tubular batteries (also named "tall tubular"), are an evolved version of lead-acid batteries. In comparison with the flat plate lead-acid type, tubular batteries have usually a longer life (up to 30% more than flat plates) and can withstand more challenging temperature conditions, among others.

Differences between flat and tubular batteries:


Flat plate battery

Tubular battery

Reliability

Reliable

Most reliable

Charge cycles (at 80% DOD)

50-1000

1100-1800

Weight

Less heavy

Heavier

Price

Generally cheaper

Less economical

(adapted from: Lead-acid batteries white paper)

Typical appliances in India and their power consumption (wattage):

Appliance

Running Watts (Starting Watts*)

Standing fan

50-70 W

Ceiling fan

60-70 W

DVD player

25-60 W

Electric kettle

1200-3000 W

Cooktop

1200-2000 W

Grinder

500 W

Immersion heater

1500-2000 W

Fan room heater

500-2000 W

Instant egg boiler

300-400 W

Sandwich toaster

800-1000 W

Iron

1000 W

Water heater

2000-3000 W

Vacuum cleaner

500-3000 W

Fridge

1200 W (3000 starting watts)

Microwave

750-1200 W (1500-2400 starting watts)

Washing machine

2000 W (3000 starting watts)

Desktop computer

150-450 W

Laptop

40-120 W

A/C

2000 W (3000 starting watts)

Incandescent bulb

40-100 W

LED

5-10 W (10-20 starting watts)

CFL

15-25 W (30-50 starting watts)

19” colour TV

65-110 W

27” colour TV

110-120 W

36” colour TV

130-140 W

Toaster

800-1400 W

22” LED TV

15-20 W

32” LED TV

20-60 W

46” LED TV

60-70 W

(*Starting watts: the peak power consumption of some household appliances)


This is important. Continuous or operating power are the running wattage when an appliance is continuously operating. These are the watts stated usually at the data plate on the back of your appliances.

The peak wattage is the current that some appliances require to start. Washing machines, air conditioners or fridges require an extra power to get the motor started. This is only needed for a very short time (less than 1 second), just to have the appliance started, but it is necessary to have the appliance started. This extra power can be up to 3 times the normal running power.

Or alternatively, how many and what appliances can I use based on the battery I have?

Important: It is always better to overestimate your needs. Connect less appliances than the number the battery can theoretically support. It will be safer and will extend the life of your battery.

If you plan to buy only one 150Ah battery you need to consider:

  • What is your desired backup time: you might need to reduce the load (disconnect some appliances) if you want to reach more hours of backup time.
  • Even if you only need short backup times, be aware of the maximum load you can connect.
  • For the battery to last many years and have a good performance it should not be completely discharged. Manufacturers usually recommend not using more of 75-80% of the battery charge. Exide recommends a minimum cut-off voltage of 10.5 v in their web.

Backup time:

Important: the back up time will change depending on the type and number of appliances you connect, which is the same as the total watts. It will also vary if the battery is not fully charged or on how old it is.

For 1 battery 150Ah:

Appliance

Backup time (approximate)

1 fan (60W) and 1 tube light (40W)

15 hours

2 fans (60W + 60W) and 2 tube lights (40W+40W)

7 hours 30 minutes

2 fans (120W) + 2 tube lights (80W) + 1 Television (120W)

4 hours 30 minutes


Battery backup time depends mainly on three factors:

  1. Power consumption (total watts of all your appliances connected).
  2. Battery voltage (typically ~12.7v for a fully charged 12v battery).
  3. Battery capacity (Ah = Amperes hour; 150Ah in this example).

To calculate your backup time:

For a standard inverter 150Ah Tall Tubular battery:

Battery voltage = 12 volts

Battery Ah rating = 150 Ah

Efficiency battery = 0.85 (typical battery efficiency for a lead-acid battery can be about 85%)

Total load = Total watts of all the appliances connected

Example:

For a Total load: 1 fan (60W) and 1 tube light (40W) = 60W + 40W = 100W

Some inverters are already indicating on the screen an estimated backup time based on the appliances connected.


How many batteries do I need? Or What battery battery capacity do I need? 80Ah, 100Ah, 120Ah, 150Ah, 200Ah, 220Ah?

If you already know the power consumption of the batteries that you would like to run with your inverter battery and also know for how long you want them to run, there is a rule of thumb you can use to calculate what battery capacity you need or how many batteries you need:

Example:

Load or power consumption: 1000 W

Battery backup time required: 2 hours

Voltage of the battery: 12 volts (usual voltage of an inverter battery)

(1000 x 2) / 12 = 166.6 Ah

For this case a 150Ah would not be sufficient and theoretically we would need a 200Ah battery or higher. If you require a 200Ah I would recommend you considering the Luminous 200Ah:

In this article I recommend only 150Ah for being the most commonly used batteries in India. Depending on the brand it is possible to find a wide range of capacities. Some of the capacities that the brands highlighted in this articles manufacture are:

Amaron

Luminous

Exide

100 Ah

135 Ah

150 Ah

165 Ah

180 Ah

200 Ah

220 Ah

80 Ah

100 Ah

110 Ah

120 Ah

135 Ah

150 Ah

160 Ah

180 Ah

200 Ah

220 Ah

100 Ah

115 Ah

150 Ah

180 Ah

200 Ah

230 Ah


Continuing with the example, if we have calculated that we need a battery capacity of 166.6 Ah and do not want to use a 200Ah, we could connect 2 batteries in parallel.

Connecting 2 batteries in series will increase the voltage to 24v so the Ah calculated with the previous formula would decrease.

2 batteries in series

double voltage (v), same capacity (Ah)

2 batteries in parallel

same voltage (v), double capacity (Ah)

It is even possible to increase both voltage and capacity with joined batteries in series and parallel. Increasing the capacity (Ah) it usually requires more resistant cables.

Total power consumption of my appliances

Minimum recommended Inverter Rating

System Voltage

Recommended Battery Capacity & Battery Configurations for Different Backup time

5 hours

4 hours

3 hours

2 hours

1 hours

160 Watt

250 VA

12V

1 battery 150Ah / 130Ah

240 Watt

350 VA

1 battery 150Ah / 130Ah

440 Watt

650 VA / 700 VA

2 batteries in parallel 150Ah

1 battery 150Ah / 130Ah

600 Watt

850 VA / 900 VA

3 batteries in parallel 150Ah

2 batteries in parallel 150Ah

1 battery 150Ah / 130Ah

700 Watt

1050 VA / 1100 VA

3 batteries in parallel 150Ah

2 batteries in parallel 150Ah

1 battery 150Ah / 130Ah

1000 Watt

1450 VA / 1500 VA

12 v

Enter your text here...

2 batteries in parallel 150Ah

1000 Watt

1450 VA / 1500 VA

24 v

String of 2 batteries in parallel + 2 batteries in series 150Ah

Enter your text here...

Table adapted from the application chart for Exide Instabrite batteries found on their official website


Important note: The table above does not represent a recommendation. It is just an illustrative exercise. It pretends only to theoretically exemplify how different wattage requires different battery capacities and configurations. Please, always check what are your real battery requirements and what are the alternatives with a professional.


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