Goal Zero Yeti 3000X Lithium Portable Power Station and Roll Cart

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Goal Zero Yeti 3000X Lithium Portable Power Pack and Roll Cart 276.1Ah, 1 Year Warranty. Need more power? The Yeti 3000X now comes with a bigger inverter to let you tackle any project. The new 2000W AC inverter allows you to confidently run anything you need to get the job done. Power off-grid events, work sites, studios, base camps, essential appliances in your home, and more.

Features:

  • Increased 2000W AC inverter allows you to run just about anything you could from a wall outlet.
  • Equipped with 60W USB-C Power Delivery ports for fast-charging phones, MacBooks, and other USB-C devices.
  • 12V regulated port allows for greater compatibility with powering 12V devices such as portable fridges.
  • Integrated MPPT provides up to 30% more efficient charge times when charging from solar.
  • 2X faster wall charging with the introduction of our new faster Yeti Power Supply

The Goal Zero Yeti 3000X is an upgraded model of the old Yeti 3000 V2 Power Station. Now even better! 

Note: Some images may show the US model. 

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Product Manual

Specifications

SKU GZ36410

Brand Goal Zero

GTIN 847974007570

Warranty Period: 1 Year

Product Category Power Packs

Product Type Portable Power Station

Watt hours (Wh) 3032

Amp hours (Ah) @ V 280.8 @ 10.8V

Input 8 mm Charging Port: 14-22V, up to 10A (120W max) | Power Pole Charging Port: 14-50V, up to 50A (600 W max)

Dimensions (LxWxH mm) 390 x 260 x 333 mm

Net Weight (kg) 35.4

Output USB-A port (output):5V, up to 2.4A (12 W max), regulated | USB-C port (output): 5-12V, up to 3A (18W max), regulated | USB PD port (input/output): 5-2

Operating Range (temp) 0-40°C


Videos

GOAL ZERO YETI 3000X | TECH VIDEO

 

EXPERIENCE THE POWER OF YETI X

 

Goal Zero: The Best Portable Power Packs for Camping?

 

The Best Camping Battery Packs

 

This is Goal Zero (Please note, US version may appear in video)

 

Goal Zero Yeti Powers: Camping Edition (Please note, US version may appear in video)

 

Goal Zero Yeti Powers: Home Edition (Please note, US version may appear in video)

 

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  • How long will the Yeti 3000X run my device?

    All GOAL ZERO Power Banks and Portable Power Stations have a number in their name, ex. Guide10 Plus recharger, Goal Zero Yeti 1500X. 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 power station should run a 100W light for 2 hours (200/100=2). If your gear falls within the 1500Wh capacity of the Goal Zero Yeti, you’ll want to check the restrictions on each of the output ports.

    Another factor in the math is how much power is being converted going from the Goal Zero Yeti battery to the device you are powering/charging. In some situations, like when running a 12V device, such as the LAL 350, directly off the 12V port, there will minimal conversion and thus very little additional losses. In using the USB ports to charge a phone, you add a layer of conversion (12V battery in the Goal Zero Yeti is being converted to a 5V USB output), which introduces around 10% of losses. When using the inverter, there are two layers of conversion (12V to high voltage, DC to AC). The least efficient way of using the battery in the Goal Zero Yeti is to use an AC-DC adapter off the AC ports, as is the case if you use a phone wall charger to charge your phone, as it adds yet another layer of conversion in the wall adapter.
    So when you’re deciding on what to power from your new GOAL ZERO recharger, do some research into your device’s watt consumption.

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

    First, you’ll need to determine the amount of power your device requires. This may require some research on your end, a good internet 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 Goal Zero Yeti’s AC port is powered by an inverter that allows for 300W of power. This means if your device is pulling more than 300W for an extended period of time, the Goal Zero Yeti’s inverter will shut off. Another number to watch for is the surge rating of your device as compared to that of the port. The Goal Zero Yeti inverter has an advanced surge management system that will maximize its compatibility with various devices, but there will still be items that will surge at a higher rate, and for a longer time, than the Goal Zero Yeti can manage, in which case the port will turn itself 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 and dirty lesson in power.

    All Goal Zero power packs and solar generators have a number in their name, eg. Goal Zero Yeti 500X. 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 Power Station. For example, a 200Wh Power Station should run a 100W light for 2 hours (200/100=2). If your gear falls within the 500Wh capacity of the Goal Zero Yeti, you’ll want to check the restrictions on each of the output
    ports.

  • What does the snowflake icon and the thermometer icon mean?

    If your yeti displays the thermometer icon and a warning of HOT or COLD, this means you are either approaching or have exceeded the temperature thresholds of the Yeti. A warning of “cold” means you will need to warm the yeti in order to resume full functionality while “hot” means you need to cool the unit.

  • How do I know if my Goal Zero Yeti is charged?

    To check the charge level of your Goal Zero Yeti, refer to the LCD Battery Display. When lit up, you’ll see a battery outline with 5 segments, indicating the current charge level. It is OK to use your Goal Zero Yeti even when it’s not fully charged.

  • Can I use my 3rd party panels with my Yeti?

    Yes, you can, so long as you stay under 50V. If using multiple 3rd party panels, be careful! Chaining 3rd party panels together can be dangerous if done in the wrong way so visit Goal Zero's website www.goalzero.com/serissparallel to learn how to safely combine panels.

  • Why is the light on the AC button blinking on my Yeti 3000 Lithium?

    A blinking light on the AC button indicates that at the current load, the AC inverter will be shutting off soon. Recharge your Goal Zero Yeti as soon as possible to continue powering your device. Once the AC inverter has shut off, the Yeti will attempt to reset itself three times. After three attempts, the AC inverter will remain off until you physically reset it by pushing the AC button or by recharging the battery a small amount.

  • How do I know if my device will work with the Goal Zero Yeti 3000 Lithium?

    First, you’ll need to determine the amount of power your device requires. This may require some research on your end, a good internet 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 Goal Zero Yeti’s AC port is powered by an inverter that allows for 1500W of power. This means if your device is pulling more than 1500W for an extended period of time, the Goal Zero Yeti’s inverter will shut off. Another number to watch for is the surge rating of your device as compared to that of the port. The Goal Zero Yeti inverter has an advanced surge management system that will maximize its compatibility with various devices, but there will still be items that will surge at a higher rate, and for a longer time, than the Goal Zero Yeti can manage, in which case the port will turn itself 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 and dirty lesson in power. All Goal zero power packs and solar generators have a number in their name, ex. Guide10 Plus Power Pack, Goal Zero Yeti 3000. 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 3000Wh capacity of the Goal Zero Yeti, you’ll want to check the restrictions on each of the output ports.

    Another factor in the math is how much power is being converted going from the Goal Zero Yeti battery to the device you are powering/charging. In some situations, like when running a 12V device, such as the LAL 350, directly off the 12V port, there will be no conversion and so no additional losses. In using the USB ports to charge a phone, you add a layer of conversion (12V battery in the Goal Zero Yeti is being converted to a 5V USB output), which introduces around 10% of losses. When using the inverter, there are two layers of conversion (12V to high voltage, DC to AC). The least efficient way of using the battery in the Goal Zero Yeti is to use an AC-DC adapter off the AC ports, as is the case if you use a phone wall charger to charge your phone, as it adds yet another layer of conversion in the wall adapter.

    So when you’re deciding on what to power from your new GOAL ZERO recharger, do some research into your device’s watt consumption.

  • Can I connect a different solar panel brand instead of Goal Zero into my Goal Zero Yeti?

    Hi there,

    All the Yetis come with a solar regulator built-in.

    Any solar panel may be connected to the input, as long as they do not exceed 22 Volts (which most 'camping/caravan' panels don't). You will probably need an adaptor cable to suit the Yeti.

    You cannot connect panels that have built-in regulators, as the regulator needs to 'see' the battery to function, which it won't if connected to a Yeti.

    Thanks.

     

  • Does the 3000x come with one or two AC outlets on the Australian version?

    Hi There,

    As far as we are aware, the Goal Zero Yeti 3000X will come with one Australian outlet.

  • Does the Goal Zero Yeti 1400 / 3000 Lithium Power Pack have wifi capabilities?

    Hi there,

    No the Goal Zero Yeti 1400 / 3000 Lithium Power Pack do not have wifi capabilities. The international models do have the wifi functionality, however this feature is not provided with Australian models.

  • Can I chain multiple goal Zero panels into a Yeti X?

    Yes, Goal Zero's panels are designed to be safely chained together out of the box and eliminate the risks associated with 3rd party panels.

  • Can I replace the battery in my Goal Zero Yeti 1000 / 1400 / 3000 Lithium?

    Yes, the battery inside the Goal Zero Yeti 1000 / 1400 / 3000 Lithium is designed to be easy to replace.

    1. Turn your Goal Zero Yeti upside-down and place its top surface on towel or blanket over a hard surface.
    2. Remove the 10 screws on the bottom plate.
    3. Unscrew the 2 bolts that connect to the battery terminals.
    4. Pull on and disconnect the data connector to the battery.
    5. Remove the 8 screws holding the battery pack to the Goal Zero Yeti.
    6. Lift the old battery out of the body of the Goal Zero Yeti **This battery is HEAVY. Use caution and proper technique when lifting.
    7. Insert replacement battery and reassemble in reverse order of steps above.
    8. Replaceable batteries will be available from GoalZero.com.

  • What type of battery is in my Goal Zero Lithium Yeti 400 / 1000 / 1400 / 3000?

    Your Goal Zero Yeti Lithium uses custom designed Lithium Ion. Here are some basic facts about Lithium Ion batteries:

    1. Lithium Ion batteries can store and release a lot of energy in a short period of time. The batteries in your Goal Zero Yeti are in a protective enclosure with a sophisticated battery management and protection system controlling its terminals to the outside world.
    2. It is critical that your battery does not get wet as moisture and water can get into the battery cells behind the protection circuitry and bypass that protection.

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