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GOAL ZERO Yeti 1400 Lithium Portable Power Generator

Item# 252-38002-AF | Model# 38002 | Added on December 24, 2018 |
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GOAL ZERO Yeti 1400 Lithium Portable Power Generator
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Forget about planning your trip around the nearest electrical outlet. Sized for reliable on-the-go power, the Goal Zero Yeti 1400 Lithium Portable Power Generator charges using only sunlight (solar panels sold separately) or a wall outlet when convenient. Built-in, user-replaceable lithium-ion battery packs yield long run times with the capacity to power refrigerators up to 24 hours, 12-volt LEDs more than 475 hours and recharge laptops up to 16 times. Built-in surge allowances and multistage protection ensures compatibility with a wide range of devices, from kitchen appliances to power tools. Built-in ports include four 5-volt USB output, 12-volt car output, 12-volt Power Pole output, two AC inverter port, 10-amp charging port and 30-amp charging port. The power station fully recharges using maximum solar input in as quickly as six hours (six Boulder 100 Solar Panels recommended for heavy use) and using an AC outlet in 25 hours. You can charge the unit using both solar panels and a wall charger at the same time to speed recharges. Informative display shows real-time usage data including run time and recharge time estimator, and an output and input meter. Includes Goal Zero Yeti 1400 Portable Power Generator and wall charger. 15.3L x 10.1W x 10.4H. Wt: 45.6 lbs. Charge Times: 25 hours wall charger, six hours solar. Type: Solar Panels.
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