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Goal Zero Yeti 1250 Portable Power Station + Boulder 100 Briefcase Pack

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Goal Zero 6mm Output to Female Cigarette Adapter

Goal Zero 6mm Output to Female Cigarette Adapter

Goal Zero 4 x Anderson Combiner to Anderson Connector

Goal Zero 4 x Anderson Combiner to Anderson Connector

Goal Zero 4.5m 8mm Input Extension Cable

Goal Zero 4.5m 8mm Input Extension Cable

Goal Zero 50A Anderson to 8mm Adapter, for Sherpa & Yeti

Goal Zero 50A Anderson to 8mm Adapter, for Sherpa & Yeti

Goal Zero Boulder 50 Solar Panel

Goal Zero Boulder 50 Solar Panel

Goal Zero Yeti 1250 175A Anderson Chaining Cable

Goal Zero Yeti 1250 175A Anderson Chaining Cable

Goal Zero 12V 8mm Cig Plug

Goal Zero 12V 8mm Cig Plug

Goal Zero Boulder 100 Briefcase

Goal Zero Boulder 100 Briefcase

Goal Zero 4 x 8mm Female to Mini Anderson Connector

Goal Zero 4 x 8mm Female to Mini Anderson Connector

Goal Zero Yeti 1250 175A to Ring Term

Goal Zero Yeti 1250 175A to Ring Term

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Goal Zero Yeti 1250 Portable Power Pack 100Ah + Boulder 100W Briefcase Solar Panels & Bag Pack, 1 Year Warranty

Product Description

Goal Zero Yeti 1250 Portable Power Pack 100Ah and roll cart, 1 year warranty. From smartphones to household fridges and everything in between, the Yeti 1250 is a silent generator for any occasion. Whether you’re off grid camping or experiencing a power outage at home, this 100Ah solar powered generator has the power to get the job done.

Refuel the Yeti 1250 by the wall in 18 hours, then charge a range of devices using the multiple AC, 12V and USB outputs. The Yeti 1250 can also be charged by a vehicle and provides a more versatile alternative to a dual battery system. Use indoors or out. No fuel, no fumes, no noise!

Serious Power, No Fumes:

Portable power for phones to fridges and everything in between. Built-in pure-sine wave inverter.

Scalable Power:

Chainable with other Goal Zero Yeti 1250's and 12V batteries for longlasting power and extended runtimes.

No Fuel Required:

Safe for use indoors and out. Refuel from wall or sun.

Features:

  • Portable power for phones to fridges and everything in between
  • Built-in pure-sine wave inverter
  • Chainable with other Goal Zero Yeti 1250s and 12V batteries for longlasting power and extended runtimes
  • Safe for use indoors and out. Refuel from wall or sun (solar panels sold seperately)
  • Roll cart included

*Please note: 110V US Version shown in pictures. 240V AU Plug will be shipped.

 

Charge Time:

Product:  Charge Time:
Wall Charger    18 Hours
Boulder 100 Briefcase    24-48 Hours
Boulder 200 Briefcase 12-24 Hours

 

What It Powers

 

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Goal Zero Boulder 100W Briefcase Solar Panels & Bag, 1 Year Warranty. Rugged, durable, and rigid. The Boulder 100 Briefcase Solar Panel is built with strong tempered glass and an aluminum frame with added corner protection for temporary or permanent installation. Composed of two Boulder 50 Solar Panels (100 watts total) chained together and connected by a hinge. Equipped with an integrated kickstand to help get optimal angle to the sun. Included a protective canvas bag for easy carrying. Use with a Goal Zero portable power pack or portable power station to charge your gear day or night.

This panel has an 8mm connector and will easily plug and play with the Yeti 400 and Yeti 1250 for perfect connectivity.

What Can The Boulder 100 Briefcase Solar Panel Charge?

The solar panel does not hold a charge it produces power when it is exposed to sunlight. You can store the power it produces in a portable recharger. The Boulder 100 Briefcase can be used to power any Goal Zero power station. If you're looking to recharge things like headlamps, phones, and other USB devices directly from the sun, check out the Goal Zero Foldable Nomad Plus Solar Panels.

What Goal Zero products Work Best With The Boulder 100 Briefcase ?

The Boulder 100 Briefcase can be used to power any Goal Zero recharger. For the amount of Watts it gives, it will be most effective with the Yeti 400, Yeti 1250, Yeti 1400 or Sherpa 100.

Does The Boulder 100 Give a Full 100 Watts?

It delivers up to 100 Watts of power, but the angle of the panels and the cloud coverage can impact its performance. Avoid the shade. It will not work indoors.

Product Charge Time From The Boulder 100 Briefcase:

Product:  Charge Time:
Goal Zero Yeti 150 3-6 Hours
Goal Zero Yeti 400 8-16 Hours
Goal Zero Yeti 1000 20-40 Hours
Goal Zero Yeti 1250 24-48 Hours
Goal Zero Yeti 1400 29-57 Hours
Goal Zero Yeti 3000 60-120 Hours

 

Goal Zero Boulder 100 Briefcase Solar Panel

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Goal Zero Yeti 1250 Portable Power Pack 100Ah + Boulder 100W Briefcase Solar Panels & Bag Pack, 1 Year Warranty

SKU GZ23001 + GZ32408
GTIN (Global Trade Item Number) 847974003008
Brands Goal Zero
Amp Hours (Ah) 100.0 Ah
AC Input Voltage 220VAC (Power Station)
Operating Range (temp) 0-40°C (Power Station)
Dimensions (LxWxH mm) 368 x 279 x 406 mm (Power Station)
Input Charging Ports: 16-48V, up to 10A (160W max) | Power Pole Charging Port: 16-48V, up to 20A (240W max) (Power Station)
Output Power Station: AC Plug 220V, 5A (1200W continuous, 1500W max) | 12V Car Port: 12V, up to 10A (120W max) | 6mm 12V Ports: 12V, up to 6A (72W max) | 12V Power Pole Port: 12V, up to 33A (400W max) | Power Pole Chaining Port: 12V, up to 180A (2100W max) | USB Ports: 5V, up to 2.1A (10.5W max), regulated Solar Panel: Solar Port (Blue, 8mm) male: 14-22V, up to 7A (100W Max)
Battery Types AGM Lead Acid (Power Station)
Battery Capacity 1200W (12V, 100Ah) (Power Station)
Net Weight (kg) 58.4 Kg
Power 220VAC 50Hz, 5A (Power Station)
Solar Panel Type Folding Solar Panels
Cell Type Monocrystalline Cells (Solar Panel)
Operating Voltage 18-22V
Wattage 100W
Dimensions Open (LxWxH) 1104 x 44 x 700mm (Solar Panel)
Dimensions Closed (LxWxH) 552 x 89 x 700mm (Solar Panel)
NOTE 110V US Version shown in pictures. 240V AU Plug will be shipped. (Power Station)
Included Roll cart included (Power Station)
Manufacturers Warranty 1 Year Warranty
Popular Product Applications Power Pack, power station, camping battery pack, portable charger, camping solar panels, portable solar panels

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  • Q:What type of battery is in my Goal Zero Yeti 1250?
    A:

    Your Goal Zero Yeti 1250 uses a Group 27, 12V, 100Ah, sealed lead-acid battery (AGM), similar to what is found in your car. Here are some basic facts about AGM batteries:

    1. AGM batteries should be kept full at all times. This means you should leave your Goal Zero Yeti plugged into a power sources at all times, especially during storage.
    2. AGM batteries last longer if you do not drain them completely. This stems from the “battery memory myth” in old rechargeable batteries. You can read more about this in the Battery 101 section of the manual.

  • Q:Can I replace the battery in my Goal Zero Yeti 1250?
    A:

    Yes, the battery inside the Goal Zero Yeti 1250 is extremely easy to replace.

    1. Remove the four bolts holding down the top of the Goal Zero Yeti.
    2. Lift the top of the Goal Zero Yeti off and set aside.
    3. Remove the metal battery strap by unscrewing the bolt and lifting the strap off.
    4. Remove the two battery terminal bolts.
    5. Disconnect the wires on the battery terminals.
    6. Lift the old battery out of the body of the Goal Zero Yeti 1250 **This battery is HEAVY. Use caution and proper technique when lifting.
    7. Insert replacement battery and reassemble in reverse order of steps above.

  • Q:How do I know if my Goal Zero Yeti 1250 is charged?
    A:

    To check the charge level of your Goal Zero Yeti 1250, refer to the LCD Battery Display. When lit up, you’ll see a battery outline with five segments, indicating the current charge level. You can turn on the Battery Display by pushing the Master POWER button. It is okay to use your Goal Zero Yeti 1250 even when it’s not fully charged.

  • Q:How do I know if my device will work with the Goal Zero Yeti 1250?
    A:

    First, you’ll need to determine the amount of power your device requires. This may require some research on your end, a good Google search or examining the user
    guide for your device should suffice.

    Second, you will need to check the capacity for the individual output ports. For example, the AC port is monitored by an inverter that allows for 1200W of continuous power. This means if your device is a pulling more than 1200W for an extended period of time, the Goal Zero Yeti’s inverter will shut off. Finally, once you know your device is compatible, you’ll want to determine how long you’ll be able to power your gear from the Goal Zero Yeti.

    Here’s a quick lesson in power:

    All Goal Zero power packs and Portable Power Stations have a number in their name, ex. Guide 10 Plus Power Pack, Goal Zero Yeti 1250 Portable Power Station. These numbers refer to the Watt Hours (Wh), or the amount of energy that can be stored in each recharger, and how you’ll know if your gear is compatible with each recharger. For example, a 200Wh recharger should run a 100W light for 2 hours (200/100=2). If your gear falls within the 1250Wh capacity of the Goal Zero Yeti, you’ll want to check the restrictions on each of the output ports.

    Here are some common devices and their watt-hour requirements:

    Device    Power from Yeti 1250 
    Light-a-life 12V latern (3Wh)     400+ Hours
    Smartphone (2-5Wh) 100+ Recharges
    Tablet (25-42Wh) 45+ Recharges
    Laptop (50W) 20+ Hours
    Desktop Computer (100W) 12 Hours   
    Mini Fridge (30-60W) 20-40 Hours
    32" LCD TV (98-156W) 8-12 Hours
    Vacuum Cleaner (200-700W) 1.5-7 Hours
    Drill (250-1000W) 1-5 Hours
    Blender/Processor (200W) 4-6 Hours
    Washing Machine (250-500W) 2-3 Hours
    Refrigerator (400-800W) 12-24 Hours

    So when you’re deciding on what to power from your new Goal Zero recharger, do some research into your device’s wattage consumption.

  • Q:Can I chain a Boulder 100 Briefcase with other Boulders?
    A:

    It depends on the panels. Yes, you can chain the Boulder 100 Briefcase with other Boulders that have an 8mm input or input connector, like the Boulder 50 or the older Boulder 30, by inserting the 8mm blue-ringed connector of the Boulder 100 Briefcase into the 8mm input of the other Boulder Solar Panel. When chaining Boulder Solar Panels in configurations over 150W, you’ll need to purchase a combiner cable from Goal Zero.

  • Q:Can I chain a Boulder 100 with other Boulders?
    A:

    It depends on the panels. Yes, you can chain the Boulder 100 Solar Panel with other Boulders that have an 8mm input or input connector, like the Boulder 50 or the older Boulder 30, by inserting the 8mm blue-ringed connector of the Boulder 100 Solar Panel into the 8mm input of the other Boulder Solar Panel. When chaining Boulder Solar Panels in configurations over 150W, you’ll need to purchase a combiner cable from Goal Zero.

  • Q:What can I charge directly from the Boulder Solar Panels?
    A:

    All of Goal Zero's Boulder Solar Panels are designed to charge Sherpa Power Packs and Goal Zero Yeti Portable Power Stations. If you’re looking to recharge things like headlamps, phones, and other USB devices, check out the Goal Zero foldable Nomad Solar Panels.

  • Q:Can I mount the Boulder Briefcase Solar Panels to my roof?
    A:

    The Boulder 100 and 200 Briefcases are not designed to be mounted permanently to a fixture; this briefcase fold-and-go style allows you to be more portable. For mountable panels, take a look at the Boulder 50 and 100 Solar Panels.

  • Q: Are the Boulder Solar Panels waterproof?
    A:

    Yes. The Boulders are designed to withstand the elements, so they’re great for permanent installations. What you’re recharging from the Boulders is what needs your help to stay dry, so keep those power packs and power stations covered up and protected from the dust, rain, and snow.

  • Q:How long will it take to charge my Goal Zero Yeti from a Boulder Solar Panel?
    A:

    That depends on a few factors – how big the Yeti is, how big the Boulder is, how cloudy it is, how hot it is, just to name a few. Goal Zero have created a handy calculator that takes all of these factors into consideration. Also, great news, all the Yetis allow for something called “pass-through power”, this means you can be trickle charging your Yeti and using it to power your gear, all at the same time.

  • Q:What’s the difference between Mono & Polycrystalline solar cells?
    A:

    There's actually not a whole lot of difference when it comes to Caravan, RV and Camping applications to be honest. They are different cell types and are more relevant for home grid tied roof top.

    You will read that poly are better in low light conditions and mono are more efficient. But for roof top caravan's the difference is negligible.

    The most important thing is to get a well-constructed roof top panel from a quality brand and get the right sizing for your application.

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