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It depends on the power of inverter and discharging capacity of batteries...This one was around 80 watts if I remember it correctly...
I'm still using it; about two years, but yes, using li ion batteries in hot environment reduces their lifetime. So, charge capacity is lower than two years before.But it never reaches 80 degree celcius which is higher than "vicat softening point" of plastic case.BTW, case has uv protected formulation and made in Germany...You may put a small fan and extra holes but of course it will also use some of panel's power; or you may put batteries out of the box (under of it as shade) while charging...
The Nan Stove
All in One Portable Solar Power Unit: 220V + 12V + 5V + Automatic Battery Charge! ;)
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