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Commandr 45 Solar Panel
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Commandrâ„¢ 45
45 Watt Portable Solar Panel
$399.99 Add to cart

  • POWERFUL: The Commandr 45 is a 45 watt lightweight flexible solar panel, designed to power medium and small electronics, such as laptops, cell phones, tablets through our Commandr Regulator Kit, and our Generatr 100 & 1200 solar generators.
  • LIGHTWEIGHT: Solar-on-plastic CIGS thin film solar technology makes the Commandr 45 lightweight & flexible, weighing only 4.0 lbs, making it perfect for camping, camper trailers, laptops, RVs, tailgating, off-grid applications and more.
  • RUGGED: Water resistant & designed for the harshest conditions. The EnerPlex® Commandr™ 45 can withstand shocks, drops and minor punctures.*
  • Made in the USA: Leading, American manufactured thin-film solar technology you can trust. Engineered and 100% made in Thornton, Colorado.
  • ALL DAY output: Fully functional from dawn to dusk and in cloudy, overcast or shaded conditions.
  • AWARD-WINNING solar technology: One of TIME Magazine's Top 50 Inventions.
  • COLLECT IT & STORE IT: Pairs perfectly with the EnerPlex® Generatr™ series of solar generators to create a complete solar powered energy & power storage solution.
*Not recommended for long term use after pucture

Product Dimensions:
Product Open: 51 x 31.25 x 0.75 in (129.5 x 79.4 x 1.7 cm) (LxWxH) / Product Closed: 10 x 14.5 x 1.75 in (25.4 x 37.0 x 4.4 cm)
Additional Information:
User manuals, data sheets, and other supporting documents can be found in the 'Downloads and Support Tab'
45 Watt
Solar Cell Type:
Cable (7.4 x 5.08mm Tip with Center Pin)
Power Output:
(Not specified)
1 Year
The EnerPlex® Commandr™ 45 is our highest wattage solar charger available. With 45 watts of power output, the Commandr 45 pairs perfectly with our Generatr series of solar generators, especially the Generatr 1200, our large-format battery. Ascent Solar’s patented CIGS solar technology makes this solar charger light & flexible, weighing a mere 4 pounds. In addition, EnerPlex® solar panels are extremely durable & water-resistant to withstand the harshest conditions, as well as endure shocks, drops and minor punctures. The Commandr 45 folds up into a compact unit and fits easily into a backpack or gear bag. With the use of our Commandr Regulator Kit*, the Commandr 45 can power 12V, 19V and USB-enabled devices without the need for a Generatr. Additionally, like all of EnerPlex’s solar chargers, the Commandr 45 is 100% made in the USA.
*With Commandr™ Regulator Kit, sold separately.

2 questions: does this charge a MacBook, or does it also need your generatr?   Also,  for a charger labeled as 16.8 vdc, 3.5A, and 100-240vac, 50-60 hz max 1.2A, charging a 14.4v lithium ion battery,  would this work? 

Asked by: Kenneth
Thanks for your inquiry! The Commandr does not come with any Macbook-specific accessories or adapters. Assuming prime solar conditions, the Commandr is able to output 19V DC at up to 3A, or 12V DC at up to 3.5A. The USB port is 5V/1.5A maximum.
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2016-08-16

Hello, I have a rapidly growing landscaping business in the upstate and I was looking to see if we could somehow use your products. I will leave my email below if you guys would like to contact me. Maybe we can offer the brand through our website.

Asked by: Barry
Thanks for your inquiry, Barry. Please direct all sales questions and proposals to Thanks!
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2015-10-23

how heavy is the Commandr?

Asked by: throckner
Thanks for your inquiry! The Commandr solar panel itself is 1.65lbs, and the regulator box is 0.4lbs.
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2016-07-10

what panels do u sell to charge the 1200 watt generator the 19 watt panels are to small 

Asked by: rodney
You will be able to use up to 6 Commandr XIIs to charge the Generatr Y1200!
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2015-08-21

The product description states "Able to charge tablets, laptops, and more" yet in the Q&A, it is written that this device cannot charge a laptop directly ... this is contradictory information. Can you clarify ? 

Asked by: Heinrich
Thank you for bringing this to our attention! We've corrected the out of date information on the previous question. For clarification, the Commandr XII will be able to charge select laptop brands/models and any unsupported laptops can still be used in conjunction with one of our Generatrs.
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2017-03-21

Will their be a multicam fabric option like the kickr and also I'm thinking about pairing this up with a limefuel 15000 mah. With your USB output at 1.10 amps how long would it take to charge up ?

Asked by: brunt the grunt
We hope to be able to release a Commandr with a camo option, however these plans are not yet confirmed. For a 15,000mAh battery, the charging time would be around 10-15 hours to go from 0 - 100% (depending on conditions and the battery's own efficiency).
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2017-03-25

How many of these can you chain together? Are you going to sell a combiner box?

Asked by: KillaCam
The Commandrs will not "chain" together, however, you will be able to connect up to six Commandrs to one voltage regulator (the voltage regulator will be included with the Commandr XII). There are currently no plans to sell a separate combiner box or to allow more than six Commandrs on one voltage regulator.
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2017-02-10

How many watts will this put out? Can it charge my laptop?

Asked by: Benny
Yes, the Commandr XII will be able to directly charge select laptop brands/models. For laptops not supported, the Commandr XII can still be used in conjunction with one of our Generatrs to send power to the Generatr, then discharge from the Generatr to the laptop.
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2015-07-11
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