Because we only do extended boondocking
once every couple of years,
I would describe our previously described solar setup as a "quick and dirty"
If we ever make it to the Quartzite gathering or somehow begin do other
more extended boondocking
, I'm sure that I could neaten things up a bit.
The cords on the solar panel
and the solar charge controller were not as long
as I might have liked and the solar controller that I had/used was not
described as weather-proof or rain-proof so we wrapped it and some of
the connections in some Press-and-Seal cling wrap to keep them dry.
We used the Scamp's top-mounted MaxxAir MaxFan Deluxe and a RoadPro
12v (or 8 D-batteries) table top fan (purchased at a Love's truck stop) for
for our day & night cooling up in Wisconsin. We also charged cell phones
and tablets and used our LED interior lights
I expected our combined usage to be between 6 and 8 amp-hours per day
and knew that kind of usage over 10 days would exhaust our Group 27
(100 amp-our) battery
or at least drop it well below the recommended 40-50%.
Usually, our solar charge controller was indicating full charge by just after
noon each day .... sometimes a bit later on cloudy days.
I just used what I had on hand, but I believe your flexible solar panel would
be lighter and better. So, I would be curious what brand and wattage your
flexible solar panel is, where you purchased it, and what brand solar
controller you plan to use on your implementation.