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Goal Zero Yeti 150 Portable Power Station + Nomad 14 Plus Solar Panel Pack

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Goal Zero Yeti 150 Portable Power Pack 14Ah + Goal Zero Nomad 14W Plus Solar Panel Pack, 1 Year Warranty

Product Description

Goal Zero Yeti 150 Portable Power Pack 14Ah, 1 year warranty. A small, all-in-one power bank designed to charge phones, tablets, small laptops, and more. It’s easily recharged by plugging into an outlet at home and pairs well with Goal Zero’s line of rugged solar panels for an on-the-go solution. 

Featuring USB, 12V and universal AC outputs, the Yeti 150 can charge and run just about anything, and all in a compact, easy to carry package with pop up handle.

The Yeti 150 recharges from the wall in 6 hours or vehicle in 8 hours – and combined with Goal Zero’s portable line of solar panels, it recharges from the power of the sun. The Yeti 150 works well when combined with a Nomad 28 Solar Panel, or you can pair with any other compatible solar panel.

Portable Wall Outlet:

Powers laptops, lights and phones anywhere you need them with a built-in AC inverter.

Easy to Carry:

Convenient pop-up handle to take it along for the ride.

Solar Ready:

Quickly refuel from wall, car or sun.


  • Charges USB, 12V and wall devices
  • No fumes, no fuel, no noise. Safe for use indoors and out, as well as in your vehicle
  • Supplied with AU Sockets
*Please note: 110V US Version shown in pictures. 240V AU Plug will be shipped.

Product Charge Time From The Yeti 150:

Product:  Charge Time:
Wall Charger    6 Hours
Nomad 14 Plus 26-52 Hours
Nomad 28 Plus 13-26 Hours
Boulder 50 6-12 Hours


What It Powers


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Goal Zero Nomad 14 Plus Solar Panel, 1 Year Warranty. A 14-Watt panel re-engineered to be lighter and smarter, the Nomad 14 Plus Solar Panel has the innovative technology to charge USB devices directly from the sun. Detachable kickstand for modularity and power-flow indicator ensure the best solar charging experience.

How it works:

Charging phones, batteries and other USB-powered devices from the Nomad 14 Plus is as easy as plugging in. Open the Nomad 14 Plus and face the panel toward the sun and check the Solar Intensity Indicator for current solar conditions. 2 or more lights, you're good to go. Then plug in your phone or recharger into the junction box and charge up. All the cables you need to recharge Sherpa Power Packs and Goal Zero Yeti Portable Power Stations are included in the back of the Nomad 14 Plus. The same cable can be used to chain the Nomad 14 Plus with other chainable Nomad Plus and Nomad Solar Panels.


Smart Charging for Phones and Tablets: Features a dynamic auto-restart and smart electronics to charge phones, tablets and other USB-powered gear directly from the sun, even in cloudy conditions.

Solar Intensity Indicator + Junction Box: Take the guesswork out of charging from the sun. Easy-to-read LED indicator display strength of solar conditions and provides immediate feedback on the speed of charging. This is where the brains of the Nomad 14 Plus live. Several key components work together to ensure you have the best solar charging experience, including the Solar Intensity Indicator. These 4 LED lights are indicative of current solar conditions and give you an idea of how well your gear will charge. Once you plug into the Nomad 14 Plus, the lights will blink in accordance with how fast your gear is charging. Think you should be seeing more lights? Try re-positioning the Nomad 14 Plus toward the sun and watch how the lights and speed of charge indicator change. The best charging scenario for phones and other USB-powered devices is 2 or more lights.

Waterproof and Modular Rugged: waterproof construction means power without worry. Removable kickstand provides optimum angle placement toward the sun.

Auto Restart: The Nomad 14 Plus features an auto restart that’s smarter than anything else on the market. With the ability to track power flow history, the Nomad 14 Plus knows the difference between a device that has reached a fully charged state and one that disconnects due to environmental causes, i.e. lack of sunlight, shadow, etc. When the latter is detected, the Nomad 14 Plus will automatically reconnect the charging device, no extra work on your part is needed.


The Nomad 14 Plus's detachable kickstand allows you to be as lightweight as you need to be. Leave it attached with the magnets and it pops out to an optimal angle for positioning toward the sun. It also provides natural shade and a vented pocket for devices you have plugged in.


Chaining panels is a great way to collect more power from the sun and recharge devices quicker. You can chain up to 150W of solar panels together, that would be about 10 Nomad 14 Plus Solar Panels; however we don't recommend more than four in a chain since there will be loss of voltage over a long distance. The farther the power has to travel through cables, from panel to panel, the more power you will lose.

Product Charge Time From The Nomad 14 Plus:

Product:  Charge Time:
Goal Zero Sherpa 50     7-14 Hours
Goal Zero Venture 70 11-22 Hours    
Goal Zero Yeti 150 26-52 Hours


Nomad 14 Plus Solar Panel


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Short Description

Goal Zero Yeti 150 Portable Power Pack 14Ah + Goal Zero Nomad 14W Plus Solar Panel Pack, 1 Year Warranty

SKU GZ61208 + GZ11804
GTIN (Global Trade Item Number) 847974002292
Brands Goal Zero
Product Type Portable Power Station
Amp Hours (Ah) 14.0 Ah
Dimensions (LxWxH mm) 197mm x 172mm x 146mm (Power Station)
Input 8mm Port, 14-29V, up to 5A, 60W Max. (Power Station)
Output Power Station: AC Plug 2x 220V 0.4A, 80W Continuous, 160W Surge Max | USB 5V up to 2.1A, 10.5W Max. Regulated | 6mm Port, 12V, up to 10A, 120W Max. | 12V Cigarette Port, 12V up to 10A, 120W Max. Solar Panel: USB 5V up to 2.4A, 12W Max | Mini Solar Port 14-22V up to 1A, 14W Max
Battery Types AGM Lead Acid, 168Wh (12V, 14Ah) (Power Station)
Net Weight (kg) 6.3 Kg
Power 220VAC 50Hz, 5A (Power Station)
Solar Panel Type Folding Solar Panels
Cell Type Monocrystalline Cells
Operating Voltage 18-22V
Wattage 14W
Dimensions Open (LxWxH) 440mm x 2mm x 310mm
Dimensions Closed (LxWxH) 200mm x 13mm x 310mm
Suitable For 4WD | Camping
NOTE 110V US Version shown in pictures. 240V AU Plug will be shipped. (Power Station)
Manufacturers Warranty 1 Year Warranty
Popular Product Applications Power Pack, power station, portable charger, camping power pack, camping solar panels, portable solar panels

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  • Q:What type of battery is in my Yeti 150?

    Your Yeti 150 uses a 12V 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 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 on page 12 of the manual.

  • Q:How do I know if my Yeti 150 is charged?

    To check the charge level of your Yeti 150, refer to the LCD Battery Display. When lit up, you’ll see a battery outline with 5 segments, indicating the current charge level. You can turn on the Battery Display by pushing one of the power buttons above each output port. It is okay to use your Yeti 150 even when it’s not fully charged.

  • Q:Is the battery inside my Yeti 150 replaceable?

    Your Yeti 150 depends on an advanced lead-acid battery to power your gear, and like all other batteries, one day it will make the journey to the battery graveyard.

    Lucky for you, the Yeti’s battery is replaceable. Follow these steps for replacing your Yeti’s battery:

    1. Disconnect all cables and cords from the YETI.
    2. Unscrew the four bolts attaching the top of the YETI to its body and lift off.
    3. Locate the RED and BLACK battery connections.
    4. Pull back lightly in each connector.
    5. Install the new battery by carefully setting it inside the YETI.
    6. Reattach RED and BLACK battery connections.
    7. Reattach the top of the YETI to its base.

    Once you have replaced your battery, you will need to find a local battery recycling center to dispose of it properly.

  • Q:On my Yeti 150 one of the green LED lights on the Output Port buttons turned red, what does that mean?

    This means that you have tripped the over current protection inside the Yeti 150, which usually means your device has pulled too much power. Reset the breaker by pushing the Output Port button twice. If this continues to happen, check and make sure your device is suitable for use with the Yeti 150.

  • Q:How long will the Yeti 150 run my device?

    All Goal Zero rechargers have a number in their name, ex. Guide10 Plus Recharger, Goal Zero Yeti 150 Portable Power Station. These numbers refer to the Watt Hours (Wh), or the amount of energy that can be stored in each battery, and how you’ll know if your gear is compatible with each recharger. For example, a 200Wh battery should run a 100W light for 2 hours (200/100=2). If your gear falls within the 150Wh capacity of the 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 150 
    Light-a-life 12V latern (3Wh)     50 Hrs
    Smartphone (5-7Wh) 15 Recharges
    Tablet (25-42Wh) 3-6 Recharges
    Digital Camera (8Wh) 12 Recharges    
    DVD player (20-25Wh) 6-7 Hours
    Laptop (50W) 1-7.5 Hours
    Radio/Stereo (40W) 3 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:How do I know if my device will work with the Yeti 150?

    First, you’ll need to determine the amount of power your device requires. This may require some research on your end, a good online search or reading 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 80W of continuous power. This means if your device is a pulling more than 80W for an extended period of time, the YETI’s inverter will shut off. The YETI’s 12V ports allow for 120W of power and might be a better solution if your device is pulling more power than the AC inverter can handle.

    Once you know your device is compatible, you’ll want to determine how long you’ll be able to power your gear from the Yeti 150.

  • Q:What products are suitable to use with my Yeti 150 and which devices should I avoid?

    Hi there,

    Products that are suitable to use with your YETI 150 include:

    • Electronic devices such as laptops, phone chargers, cameras, etc
    • Electrical equipment including lights, TVs, CPAP, etc

    Avoid these devices with your Yeti 150:

    Some or all of the following devices are not suitable for use with a modified sine wave inverter and should not be used with the YETI 150. Any such use is entirely at the owner’s risk and Goal Zero does not accept any responsibility for damage or injury resulting from such use:

    • Fluorescent lights with dimming function
    • Power tools employing “solid state” power or variable speed control
    • Digital clocks with radios
    • Sewing machines with speed control
  • Q:Is the Nomad 14/ Nomad 28 Plus waterproof?

    Yes. Goal Zero have gone to great lengths to ruggedize the Nomad 14 Plus and Nomad 28 Plus; including beefing up the manufacturing process with advanced lamination techniques so it’ll slough off rain and snow. However, if the junction box gets soaking wet, Goal Zero recommend letting it dry out before plugging in.

  • Q:Is the Nomad 14 Plus chainable with other Nomad panels?

    Yes, but only on some Goal Zero Nomad Solar Panels. You can plug the Charge Cable into the chaining ports on older Nomad Solar Panels. The Nomad 14 Plus cannot be chained with the Nomad 7 Plus or the Nomad 7 Solar Panels.

  • Q:How does the Solar Intensity Indicator work?

    While Goal Zero doesn't give away all their secrets, what we do know is that part of the electronics includes an advanced current sensor (way better than a voltmeter) and unique maximum power point tracking (MPPT) charge controller to optimize the USB output. What you need to know is when conditions are right, you can plug a phone into your product and charge it directly from the sun. You’ll know the conditions are right by checking out the Solar Intensity Indicator.

  • Q:Does the Nomad 7/ Nomad 14/ Nomad 28 Plus have a built-in battery?

    No they do not. Goal Zero made the Nomad 7/ Nomad 14/ Nomad 28 Plus to be as modular and light-weight as possible, that meant selling batteries as an optional accessory. You can either plug your phone or device directly into the Nomad 7/ Nomad 14/ Nomad 28 Plus or pair it with one of their rechargers to store power for later (like at night or when you go inside).

  • Q:My Yeti 150/400 is beeping, what does that mean?

    Plug your Yeti 150 or Yeti 400 into a power source, like a solar panel or outlet, as soon as possible. This chirping is to alert you that your Yeti’s battery is low and needs to be charged.

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

    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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