Universal Solar Panel

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  • Uninterrupted Power: reduces the need for AAs
  • Universal Design: works with nearly any camera or feeder kit model
  • 3x More Power than standard solar solutions
  • Mount Anywhere: flex mount and tree strap included
  • Coming Summer 2023! 


Finally, a solution for powering your trail camera or feeder. Moultrie Mobile’s Universal Solar Panel is the power solution, for both cameras and feeders, you’ve been waiting for. With up to 3x more power than standard solar panels, Moultrie Mobile’s solar panel provides faster power replenishment with improved shade tolerance and increased rechargeable battery capacity to get through those cloudy, overcast days of winter. Because Moultrie Mobile wants to be the solution for all of your powered game and land management equipment, the multiple connectors provided work with nearly any camera or feeder kit and can be toggled between 12v and 6v outputs. Automotive-grade sheathed cables and IP65 water resistant design make the Universal Solar Panel durable and dependable. It also comes with a cord retaining clip to prevent unplugging and flex mount for easy installation in the ideal location.


  • Multiple connections included. Toggle between 12v and 6v output
  • Automotive-grade sheathed cables
  • IP65 water resistant design
  • Cord retaining clip to prevent unplugging
  • Flex Mount and tree strap included in the box. ¼"-20 mount compatible
  • Up to 60% larger solar panel than standard solar solutions for faster replenishment with improved shade tolerance
  • 10,000mAh built-in rechargeable battery capacity to get you through the cloudy, overcast days of winter

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