Solar Panel
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Solar Panel

$60.00
Part Number:SP1
  • Maintain battery charge
  • Mounting brackets included
Solar charger to keep your battery charged. This is a must for machines mounted in trap or skeet houses. Simply hook to battery and leave it, it will not overcharge.
5 Stars
Top Notch Panel
Have used these panels for over five years and have found them to be an excellent product: durable and simple. Recently purchased several more to power our Atlas equipped 5 stand range. The guys at Atlas are a pleasure to deal with and deserve the highest rating possible.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Avery Island, LA. on 5/1/2016
5
5 Stars
Club Manager
We have recently made our first Atlas Trap purchase and included the Solar Panel accessory. We mounted it on a HDPE 'Starboard' panel which in turn was attached to a metal fence post. The Starboard is marine grade and intended for exterior use. The solar panel has done a great job keeping the battery charged this winter and it couldn't be easier to install with this setup. The staff at Atlas have been a pleasure to deal with and I look forward to building a FIVE STAND this Spring with their help and guidance.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Dover Plains, NY. on 1/22/2016
5
5 Stars
Solar Panel
We purchased 4 solar panels. We have them connected to our marine batteries. Very easy to connect, just 2 connectors, one on each side of the battery and your ready to go. Small enough so they don't get in the way.
Reviewed by:  from Lunenburg, MA. on 6/8/2015
5
5 Stars
Solar Panel
Our club has four of these solar panels in use charging our deep cycle marine batteries, which are connected to our Atlas Traps. We have had them installed now for just over a month and they work great. Our traps have thrown a lot of clays and these panels are keeping the batteries fully charged. Instead of using the mounting brackets which came with the panels, we mounted then on a PVC board which was then attached to our trap houses using a hinge. This will allow us to easily adjust the angle of the panels to maximize direct sunlight between summer and winter months.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Bedford, NH. on 6/5/2014
5
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