Below FAQ are some common concerns of our clients before purchasing the theme, if you have other questions, please just send it to support@alrska.com

A: Once fully charged, a portable solar panel with a capacity of 10,000 mAh may last 2-3 days. Keep in mind that if one charges the device often, it reduces the discharge hours. The solar power bank recharge is dependent on several factors, including location, sunlight exposure, charging capacity, and time of day. You can theoretically store the solar energy mechanically as long as you maintain the potential energy. In all energy transfers, power is lost, and leaks happen every time during storage and release in the case of mechanical storage. It also happens to batteries. A standard solar panel battery can typically hold a charge when full for 1-5 days. Solar panels can come in handy and offera bunch of benefits when you're off the grid and far from the main source of power for an extended period. Using the sun as a source of energy to power your electronic devices is an eco-friendly approach to do so if you're cycling, camping, or hiking.

A: To know how many solar panels you need, you first have to figure out what your RV needs the panels. You will notice that the use of solar panels in your RV or when yougo campingis slightly lower than what you use in your home. While solar panels will be used to power every appliance in your home, they will be used to charge your phone and maybe power a couple of appliances in the home. A single panel produces about 60 to 100 watts of electricity, and powering things in your RV will need about 120 watts. If you are looking for a solar panel for your RV or camping, then take a look at the power it gives. You can always get more than one panel if you need more power since more panels mean more power output. A small panel would, however, be enough to serve your RV.

A: If you have never used solar panels before, you might be apprehensive about them. There is no need for you to worry. For the better part, they are pretty straightforward. You have to find a place to set them up then open them up. Solar panels from Alrska come with a stand that you can use to prop them up when facing the sun. Once you do so, they come with a small generatorthat you can charge up and use once it is full. If you want to charge your phone, our solar panels feature with a charging port and connect your cable to it. The only thing you need to remember is to not put too many devices on the solar panel when charging your generator. It will slow down the charging places. Putting one device at a time ensures everything gets recharged fast enough.

A: Cleaning your solar panel is so easy and something you need to do regularly. The only thing that many people struggle with is figuring out how to keep the panel clean. The good thing with solar panels is they get clean very fast. All you have to do is get soap and water, and you are good to go. Just ensure you clean out the soap well enough because it might leave a film behind that will affect how your panels work. Do not use any abrasion on them when cleaning as that usually messes up with the panels themselves and will affect how energy gets absorbed by the panels. Once you clean it, ensure it dries properly, and there are no teardrops in the panels. It will make the panel absorbs energy better. On the other days, all you can do is wipe them down. It helps get rid of dirt and debris.

A: When buying a solar panel for your RV, you need to think about a couple of things, the first of which is the amount of power your RV consumes in a day and how much of that you want to get from the solar panels. Once you figure that out, the next thing you need to look at is the watts the panel you plan on getting has. At Alrska, you get a single panel that produces about 60 to 100 watts of energy. If you need 600 watts for your RV, you might need to get about six panels just so the energy is sufficient. Considering your daily consumption will ensure that your RV keeps running and you can use its appliances. It is also vital to figure out where you will be storing the energy because most of the time, you will use it in the evening when the sun is out.

A: Installing a solar panel is not as hard as many people make it seem. All you need to do is ensure you have all the right cables and the perfect place atop your RV to install it. Once you have this place, simply take your panels to the top and secure them on your RV. You might need to ask if you can do this using screws or whatever adhesive you will be given. Ensure that the place you store it has enough access to direct sunlight. That way, your panels will get charged enough, and you can store enough power in yourpower station for the evening. Ensure that wherever you place it is sturdy enough, so they do not fall over. Once you install them, you can get on the road. If you have issues installing the panels, you can always ask us at Alrska to help you install them. We will ensure it is done fast to get on the road.