Solar Generator for RV

Growatt solar generators for RV are an exceptional choice for RVers seeking a reliable, efficient, and versatile power solution for their adventures. With their combination of innovative technology, robust functionality, and user-friendly design, Growatt generators elevate the RV experience, providing peace of mind and comfort on every journey.

LiFePo4 solar generator for RV

Different Size Solar Generators for Your RV Need

INFINITY 1300 RV Solar Generator
INFINITY 1500 RV Solar Generator
VITA 550 RV Solar Generator
Growatt INFINITY 1300
INFINITY 1300 RV Solar Generator
1382Wh Capacity & 1800W Output
$1,099
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Growatt INFINITY 1500
INFINITY 1500 RV Solar Generator
1512Wh Capacity & 2000W Output
$999
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Growatt VITA 550
VITA 550 RV Solar Generator
538Wh Capacity & 600W Output
$369
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Battery
LiFePO4
Cell Chemistry
1382Wh
Capacity
>3000 Cycles to 80%
Lifecycle
NMC
Cell Chemistry
1512Wh
Capacity
>800 Cycles to 60%
Lifecycle
LiFePO4
Cell Chemistry
538Wh
Capacity
>3000 Cycles to 80%
Lifecycle
Input & Output
800W Max
Solar Charging
12/24V, 8A
Vehicle Charging
1200W
AC Input
1800W (Surge 3600W)
AC Outlet
800W Max
Solar Charging
12/24V,12A
Vehicle Charging
1500W
AC Input
2000W (Surge 4000W)
AC Outlet
240W Max
Solar Charging
12/24V, 8A
Vehicle Charging
500W
AC Input
600W (Surge 1200W)
AC Outlet
General
42.32lbs (19.2kg)
Weight
16.5 x 9.1 x 11.3in
Dimensions(LxWxH)
5 Years
Warranty
36.38lbs (16.5kg)
Weight
16.5 x 9.1 x 11.3in
Dimensions(LxWxH)
2 Years
Warranty
17.99lbs(8.16kg)
Weight
12.2 x 8.4 x 7.8in
Dimensions(LxWxH)
2 Years
Warranty

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Hassle-free Warranty

Hassle-free Warranty
For the portable power station device you purchased, we've got you covered with a full 2~5 years warranty.

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About Growatt

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FAQ

What size solar generator do I need to run an RV?

The size of the solar generator you need to run an RV depends on several factors, including the power consumption of your RV's appliances, your typical usage patterns, and whether you plan to use additional power sources like shore power or a generator.

To determine the appropriate size of the solar generator for your RV, you'll need to:

  1. Assess Your Power Needs: Make a list of all the electrical appliances and devices you plan to power in your RV. This may include lights, refrigerator, water pump, microwave, TV, laptops, and any other electronics you use regularly.
  2. Calculate Total Power Consumption: Determine the power consumption (in watts) of each appliance or device on your list. You can usually find this information on the appliance's label or in the owner's manual. Add up the total power consumption of all your devices to get an estimate of your RV's total power requirements.
  3. Consider Usage Patterns: Think about how often you'll be using these appliances and devices simultaneously. For example, if you plan to run multiple high-power appliances simultaneously (like an air conditioner and a microwave), you'll need a larger solar generator to accommodate the peak power demand.
  4. Factor in Battery Capacity: Solar generators typically come with built-in batteries to store excess solar energy for use when the sun isn't shining. Consider the battery capacity (measured in watt-hours or amp-hours) of the solar generator to ensure it can meet your RV's power needs during periods of low sunlight or overnight.
  5. Account for Solar Panel Output: If you're relying solely on solar power to recharge your generator's batteries, consider the output of the solar panels included with the generator. Ensure the solar panels can generate enough power to recharge the batteries fully within your desired timeframe, taking into account factors like weather conditions and sun exposure.
  6. Choose a Suitable Size: Based on your power consumption calculations, select a solar generator with a capacity that meets or exceeds your RV's power needs. Opting for a slightly larger generator can provide extra capacity for unexpected power usage or future expansions.
How much solar power do you need to run an RV?

To effectively power an RV with solar energy, the amount of solar power needed depends on factors like the energy consumption of your RV's appliances and devices, your typical usage patterns, and the availability of sunlight in your location. Generally, you'll need to assess your RV's total power requirements, including both daily usage and peak power demands, and then size your solar power system accordingly. This typically involves calculating the total power consumption of your appliances, factoring in battery storage capacity, and determining the size of the solar panel array needed to generate sufficient energy to meet your RV's needs.

How much solar do I need for 30 amp RV?

To adequately power a 30-amp RV using solar energy, you typically need a solar panel system capable of generating approximately 300-400 watts of power. This estimation allows for sufficient energy production to meet the RV's electrical demands, including powering appliances, lights, and other onboard electronics, while also factoring in variations in sunlight intensity and duration. However, the specific solar power requirements may vary based on factors such as individual energy usage patterns, geographical location, and the efficiency of the solar panels and related equipment used in the system. For precise sizing and recommendations tailored to your RV setup, consulting with a solar energy expert or RV solar installer is advisable.

What can a 1000 watt solar generator power?

A 1000 watt solar generator can power a variety of small to medium-sized electrical devices and appliances, including but not limited to:

  1. Laptop computers
  2. LED lights
  3. Mobile phones and tablets
  4. Small kitchen appliances like blenders or coffee makers
  5. Fans
  6. Portable refrigerators or coolers
  7. CPAP machines
  8. Electric blankets or heating pads

However, it may not be sufficient to power larger appliances such as air conditioners, microwave ovens, or refrigerators for extended periods. Always check the power requirements of your devices and appliances to ensure compatibility with the solar generator's capacity.

Will a 2000 watt generator run RV AC?

Yes, a 2000 watt generator can typically run an RV air conditioner. However, it's important to note that the starting (surge) wattage of the air conditioner may exceed 2000 watts momentarily when the compressor kicks in. In such cases, a generator with a higher starting wattage capacity or a soft start kit for the air conditioner may be necessary to ensure smooth operation without overloading the generator.

Can you plug an RV into a solar generator power station?

Yes, you can plug an RV into a solar generator power station. However, it's essential to ensure that the solar generator power station has the appropriate capacity to meet the electrical demands of your RV. Additionally, you'll need compatible connectors and cables to connect the RV to the solar generator power station safely. It's advisable to consult with a solar energy expert or RV technician to determine the compatibility and suitability of your RV with a solar generator power station.

Can you live off-grid in an RV with solar panels?

Yes, living off-grid in an RV with solar panels is feasible. Solar panels can generate electricity to power essential appliances and devices, allowing RVers to live independently without relying on traditional power sources. However, the ability to live off-grid depends on various factors such as the size of the solar power system, energy consumption habits, battery storage capacity, and geographic location. Proper planning, sizing, and installation of a solar power system are crucial to ensure sufficient energy generation and storage for off-grid living in an RV.

Can I charge my RV battery with a solar generator?

Yes, you can charge your RV battery with a solar generator. Solar generators harness energy from sunlight using solar panels and convert it into electricity, which can then be used to charge your RV battery. This process allows you to replenish your RV battery's power supply using clean and renewable solar energy, providing an eco-friendly and convenient charging solution, especially when camping off-grid or in remote locations.