BigBlue SolarPowa 14 Solar Charger


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BigBlue SolarPowa 14
Solar Charger | SUNPOWER Solar Cells | USB-Type A Connectors

The SolarPowa solar charger series ( SolarPowa 28, SolarPowa 14) continues to harness power for your road trip, sailing adventure, beach gateway, or camping trip with an energy conversion of up to 24% into free energy under enough sunlight; while most solar chargers in the market are merely 15% efficient.

Fold-able Thus Portable

Grommet-reinforced holes for attaching the charger panels to a backpack or hanging it from a tree using included carabiners.

Sun Power Solar Charger

Receives worldwide acclaim and has been awarded top marks from various independent reviewers and magazine publishers.

Coveted Charging Caliber

Especially efficient at charging in conditions that are typically hard for the solar charger to deal with, like cloudy weather, changing sunlight levels, and partially shaded trails.



Model: SolarPowa 14
Rated Power: 14W
USB Type-A Output: 28.8V


Net Weight: .79lbs
Solar Cell Type: Monocrystalline solar (Sun Power)
Folded Size (L x W x H): 5.7 x 5.5 x .98 inches
Unfolded Size (L x W x H): 5.7 x 25.2 x .2 inches


1. Why the connected device cannot be charged?

Please check if your device is well connected to the solar charger or if the connecting cable works normally. Re-plug the cable or try with another cable.

2. Why is the connected device charging slow?

Ensure that the input current and voltage of the connected device are within the accepted range. The amount of sunlight, weather, or shady may cause fluctuations in the current output that prevent your devices from charging. In this event, try placing the solar charger in more direct sunlight or wait for the weather to clear. In order to get the maximum solar energy, please adjust the solar charger toward the sun.

3. What is the difference between the nominal / rated output from the actual output of the solar charger?

The maximum nominal / rated output of the SolarPowa 14 solar charger is rated based on the Standard Test Conditions (STC) – the industry-wide standard for the conditions under which a solar panel is tested. The test conditions are defined as irradiation 1000 W/m², temperature 77°F, and air mass 1.5.

The nominal / rated power refers to the power of the solar charger, which is not equal to the actual output of the solar charger. In fact, the actual power is less than the nominal / rated power, since there will be some power loss in the form of heat during the solar energy conversion, and a few other environmental factors such as the weather conditions, seasonal changes, and location.


24 Months


SolarPowa 14 Solar Charger User Manual


Order Confirmation

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If your item happens to be on back-order or unavailable, we will void the pre-authorization and reach out to you via e-mail. If your item(s) are available for immediate shipment (within 5 business days), we will process the charges and submit the order for shipment.

Order Shipment

Your order will ship within 5 business days. We will send you tracking information within 24 hours of your order leaving the warehouse to the e-mail address you provided when checking out. You should receive your item(s) between 5-10 business days.

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No shipping outside the contiguous United States

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Jason Kunkel
Great power output

Used on a bikepacking trip and it worked awesome to charge a battery pack while riding so I could charge small devices over night.