Read some of the great responses we’ve received from our customers below.
If you have feedback or success stories on your experience with the FLEX POWER MAT, we’d love to hear from you. Please click here to send us an email and tell us your story.
We LOVE the system. Just had the system transferred to our new 2011 Keystone Fuzion 40 ft toy hauler at Freedom RV in Tucson, AZ. We are going to the NASCAR races again in Nov at PIR. We would love to have a banner across the whole back of the toyhualer from as well as literature and business cards from you. Would even show folks the rooftop install and the control unit it too!!! … Are you going to be there at the track? We’d love to help. We live in Sierra Vista,AZ.
PS We talked and showed the system to Devin Murphy (the owner of Freedom RV) as well as most of his staff were very impressed.
Dan and Wilma Rose
I bought the ADH-PM68 Power Mat Kit from you in June of this year. We can’t be more satisfied.
The mat itself was fairly easy to install. Most of my time was spent figuring out where I wanted the control unit and how to run the wires to the control unit and batteries.
We have a 26 ft Sunline Travel Trailer. I have two 6V golf batteries on my trailer. I have installed LED lights for our main reading lights over the dining table and over our bed.
In the past, even with our modest electrical usage, our battery would be below 11V after 4 days.
We just spent two weeks camping in the Boston area. We spent 9 straight days camping where there were no electrical hook ups. We camped at a park called Harold Parker State Forest. It is a nice park where the sites are in among a pine tree forest. We like to camp in the trees. So I was worried about how well the Power Mat would work for nine days in the shade. We took along a gas generator just in case.
The first 4 days of our trip in rained almost all day, every day. While during the day, we did some touring around, we spent the late afternoon and all evening in our trailer. Not much fun sitting out in the rain. So we ate, read and played cards in our trailer a lot over those 4 days. We also listened to our CD player. We do not have an inverter, so we did not run major appliance, like microwave or TV; just lights, water pump, fans and CD player. Even though the refrigerator was on propane, it still uses some electric. Also our propane alarm uses electric.
During the 4 days of rain, unless it was as dark as night, the Power Mat continued to charge my batteries. WOW !! In the shade, cloudy, rainy and it still charged the battery.
Over the whole 9 days the battery remained between 12V and 13V. It never went below 12V and we never had a problem. Fantastic. We never had to use the gas generator.
Our goal is to start camping for longer trips, 2 to 3 months at a time. We like state parks and national forests, most of which do not have electrical hookups. And we like camping in among the trees. That is what camping is to us. With the Power Mat installed, we can now feel comfortable taking these trips without worrying about our battery going dead. We can now leave our gas generator behind and lighten our load.
The Power Mat does everything advertised. It is light weight, easy to install, works in shade, works on cloudy days, works on rainy days, and works in the sun.
Thank you for such a good product and one that actually does what it advertises to do.
This review is to let you know about how happy I am about the flex solar energy panel that I purchased for my Baja camping trailer. This panel has saved me alot of time as I do not have to hook my truck up to the trailer to charge the battery. This panel fit my trailer and was easy to install myself.
I’m a hunting guide and outdoors man which when out in the country I don’t have to worry about when we get back to the trailer that the lights and heater will come on. When I traded in my Baja I got a better trade in value due to the solar panel that was installed on it. I then purchased a toy hauler which I installed a new flex solar panel on it.
If you are looking for a worry free battery charger this is to me is the best on the market. Thanks Energy Del Sol for a great product.
I would like to say a few words about my Solar panel.
I have had the old bulky ones that made a lot holes on my trailer roof. This new panel lays flat, I can walk on it and I can put my tarp on the trailer knowing it’s not going to rip.
I’m not afraid of my batteries not being fully charged. With just a little sun the Solar panel is charging my 2 – 6 volt batteries in no time. I’m glad I made the purchase. I tell people about your panels.
A friend of ours Don and Elise McKibben had told us about your solar system that your company had recently insalled on their motor home and were very happy with the system you insalled. They suggested that we give you a call.
We have a 2009 36′ Alegro Red Motor home with 4 6-volt batteries and a 2000 Xanatrex Inverter. We would like to do more dry camping and are trying to look into the cost and what we would need to have installed to meet our needs. We are looking at something that would help maintain the batteries charged, allow us to operate our lights, the tv sometimes and our fantastic fans, etc.
Would you be able to give us some rough projections on what would fit this need, what it consisted of and a rough (rough) estimate of what the costs would be.
If someone would decide to have your unit installed where could this be done?
I would appreciate any help you could give us on this subject. I realize that all of the cost and equipment/supplies would be just a rough estimate.