#### Missmorningmist

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Can you please check my calculations to see if 6 used TopSolar flexible 100 watt panels will work with the Anker 767?

According to Anker:

"Any 11-60V solar panel with an XT-60 female connector can charge the 767 Power Station; If you use an 11-32V solar panel, the current supports 10A max. When you use a 32-60V solar panel, the current supports 20A max. We recommend using Anker 531 Solar Panels (200W) for the best compatibility."

I found 6 used flexible panels, some have damage...I'm going to check them with a multimeter before buying.

TopPower by Gree Sonic

Open circuit voltage (VOC) 20.77 v

Short circuit current (Isc) 6.25 amps

Voltage at Pmax (Vmp) 17.6V

Current at Pmax (Imp) 5.69 amps

With the 60 V at 20 amp max, would 3s2p damage the anker 767? 3s2p ((20.77V)*3)= 62.31 if I'm using Open circuit voltage. (VOC).

((5.69amp)*2)= 11.30 amps.

Is this math correct? And if so, would the voltage reach that high if the panels are slightly damaged?

Thanks for your help

According to Anker:

"Any 11-60V solar panel with an XT-60 female connector can charge the 767 Power Station; If you use an 11-32V solar panel, the current supports 10A max. When you use a 32-60V solar panel, the current supports 20A max. We recommend using Anker 531 Solar Panels (200W) for the best compatibility."

I found 6 used flexible panels, some have damage...I'm going to check them with a multimeter before buying.

TopPower by Gree Sonic

Open circuit voltage (VOC) 20.77 v

Short circuit current (Isc) 6.25 amps

Voltage at Pmax (Vmp) 17.6V

Current at Pmax (Imp) 5.69 amps

With the 60 V at 20 amp max, would 3s2p damage the anker 767? 3s2p ((20.77V)*3)= 62.31 if I'm using Open circuit voltage. (VOC).

((5.69amp)*2)= 11.30 amps.

Is this math correct? And if so, would the voltage reach that high if the panels are slightly damaged?

Thanks for your help