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Goal Zero Yeti 1250 30-Watt Solar Generator Kit

Goal Zero

Yeti 1250 30-Watt Solar Generator Kit

$1,999.95 /each

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Product Overview

From smart phones to refrigerators and everything in between, a gas-free generator for any situation. Whether you're working and playing off-grid or experiencing a power outage, the Goal Zero Yeti 1250 Solar Generator Kit offers the power to get the job done. Silent, safe, and easy to use indoors or out. Clean self-sustaining power generation from wall, car, or sun. Kit includes one Yeti 1250 power pack, two Boulder 30-Watt Solar Panels, and one Boulder Carrying Case.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Will it power a air conditioning?

Asked by: Terri
Short answer - no.
Answered by: BubbaB
Date published: 2016-12-29

Would be able to power a tankless electrical water heater and if so what other equipment I need.

Asked by: jperez
No. The smallest tankless unit I found (Rheem RTE-3) still would need almost 3 times what this unit can supply.
Answered by: BubbaB
Date published: 2016-12-29

this model comes w/2 panels can we + 2 or 4 more?

also curious if it comes with the cables so the panels are on the roof and the generator is in side? Instead of extra panels can I hook up the Coleman's 400 watt wind generator?
Asked by: Azureknave
Yes, it comes w (2) 30 panels and you can add two more (30) per manufacturers guidelines. I will tell you from my research you can hook up an additional battery to this unit and in doing so you could add additional panels for more wattage. Hope this helps. Here is the manufacturers website as well.
Answered by: Homeowner
Date published: 2016-11-08

My husband uses a bypap michine and a concentrator for air, and I use a cpap at night, can this operate for both of us and for how long?

Asked by: muffen
It would handle your average CPAP/BPAP machine for about 3 hours if was fully charged to begin with assuming a 2 amp draw at 120 volts. The concentrator draws much more power in my experience. Probably as much as a hair dryer. For a basic idea of the power capacity of this unit at its rated 1250 watt-hour capacity, it could run your basic hair dryer for less than an hour.
Answered by: BubbaB
Date published: 2017-03-15
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