50W Solar Panel Charger for Pilot 12 Lite & Pilot 24 Lite Battery Packs


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Package:
50W Solar Charging Panel
Cords:
Charging Cables for Pilot Lite & Medistrom POC Battery Packs
$289.00


  • Brand:Medistrom

This 50W Solar Panel can be used to recharge Pilot 12 Lite and Pilot 24 Lite batteries naturally with the power of the sun. In addition it includes an extra USB port for charging small portable electronics like phones or music players. Medistrom's 50W Solar Panel Charger is a great option when you want to take your CPAP and battery pack way, way off road!

Usage Information: The 50W Solar Panel for Medistrom Pilot-12 & Pilot-24 Lite Batteries is easy to use. Simply insert the charging end of the Solar Panel's adapter cord into the "charge" jack of your Pilot Lite battery; and place the open Solar Panel in a sunny area. Charge time will vary based on weather and amount of available sunlight. For best results place the Solar Panel in direct sunlight.

Usage Caution! NEVER connect your Pilot Lite Battery to your CPAP/BiPAP device while the battery is attached to the solar panel.

Compatibility Information: This solar is only compatible with Pilot 12 Lite & Pilot 24 Lite Batteries. It will not work with older Pilot 12 Plus or Pilot 24 Plus batteries, or other battery packs.

GENERAL SPECS

  • Manufacturer:Medistrom
  • Part Numbers:P99ACCS50
  • In The Package:50W Solar Panel Charger, Charging Cables for Pilot Lite & Medistrom POC Battery Packs. (Battery Not Included.)
  • HCPCS Codes:E1399
  • FLEX SPENDING:Can be purchased with FSA & HSA Cards

PHYSICAL SPECS

  • Dimensions:Open = 22 x 36 Inches (Solar Panels 22 x 26 Inches); Closed = 7.00 x 11.50 x 2.25 Inches
  • Weight:2.95 Pounds
  • Worked Perfect!

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    I bought the panel to be able to recharge my battery for my Z2 cpap machine while camping. The panel charged the battery surprisingly quicker than I expected. I have the Medistrom Pilot 12- Lite Lithium Ion battery pack which is also amazing. After two nights of use the battery still had between 25%-35% of its charge left. I placed the battery on the 50 watt solar panel and it was charged back up to full in about 3 hours. I simply hung the panel off my tent and let the sun do it’s job. Worked perfect!
    Written by , Peoria. Arizona