120 Watt Portable Solar Charging System – ZS-120-P previous generation model has all the latest upgrades the US model has. The only difference is the solar panel itself and carry case.
This ZS-120-P has been special ordered with all the upgrades of the USA model, it has the new legs, lithium compatible controller and a spring loaded folding handle on the solar panel itself.
So so the only difference is the panel is made in Canada (not china), and the ZS-US-120-P panel is made in the USA.
ZS-120-P SPECS:33 lbsOpen Dimension 41" x 35“ x 1.5”Closed Dimension 21" x 35“ x 3”120-Watt Power OutputGenerates 6.84 amps25-Year output warranty
Setup in less than 5 minutes.
120 Watt Portable Solar Charging System is our most popular portable.
120 Watts works well for a wide variety of campers in many locations. In
bright sunny locations 120 watts can be enough to put back BIG POWER
into the battery. For light to medium energy users 120 watts can deliver
the power needed for low light, cloudy situations or when days are
The Zamp Solar 120 Watt Portable Solar Charging System
features our 10 Amp solar charge controller mounted on our EZ-View
swinging bracket. The EZ-View Bracket allows the user to stand while
viewing the digital deluxe solar charge controller. The Zamp Solar
Digital Deluxe 10 Amp Solar Charge Controller is a 5 stage,
weatherproof, PWM solar charge controller. A large digital display shows
the user battery voltage, an instant view of amps from the solar panel
and how many amps charged the battery over the period of time it was
connected. 3 indicator lights show – Faults (any errors) | Charging
(solar is charging the battery) | Full (battery is full and solar is
This 120 watt Portable Solar Charging kit provides
6.84 amps of charging power per hour under optimal sun conditions.
Depending on where you live and what time of year will depend on how
many hours of optimal sunlight you can expect to receive. Typically we
use an average of 6 or 7 hours for the summer and 4 to 5 hours for the
winter. Commonly these figures are lower than expected.
Estimated daily amperage – 48 to 54 amps (summer), or 27-34 amps (winter)
Great for small travel trailers, truck campers, camper vans and single or dual battery systems.