The SolarHome 620+ is a crossover product, and it was originally designed for daily use in sub-Saharan Africa. There are certain precautions put into place to protect the battery, one of which is temperature restrictions. The SH620+ cannot be charged if the battery temperature is below 0C or above 45C. It cannot be discharged (no use of lights, radio, or USB charging) if the battery temperature is below -20C or above 60C. We recommend storing the control box indoors where temperatures do not go below freezing.
Articles In This Section
- The SolarHome 620+ Instruction Manual mentions "Expandability." What does that mean and is that available to me as an Outdoor Recreation Customer?
- My SolarHome doesn’t function in freezing temperatures - Why is that?
- How do I reset the language on my SolarHome 620+?
- SolarHome 620 and 620+ Product Guide
- I don't have a van or cabin – can I use the SolarHome 620 for emergencies?
- How does the SolarHome 620 motion sensor work?
- Can the SolarHome 620 lights be controlled individually?
- Why doesn't the SolarHome 620 have an audio jack to play music?
- Can I leave the solar panel out in all weather?
- How do I tell how much power I'm creating or storing in the SolarHome 620?