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Goal Zero

Model # 31901

Internet # 204717237

Yeti 1250-Watt Solar Generator with Roll Cart

$1,599.99 /each

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Model # 31901

Internet # 204717237

From Smartphones to refrigerators and everything in between, a gas-free 1250-Watt generator for any situation. Silent, safe, and easy to use indoors or out. Powerful enough to back-up critical appliances - refrigerators and freezers - as well as home health care equipment and power tools. Whether it is for back-up power, camping, tailgating, or light duty construction, the Yeti 1250 generator gets it done.

  • Power lights, tools, refrigerators, freezers and health care equipment
  • Silent and safe, no noise or fumes
  • Power tools, lights, refrigerators, freezers and health care equipment
  • Safe to operate indoors; no cords coming from outside

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
15 
Product Height (in.) 
16 
Product Width (in.) 
11.5 
Details
Electrical Product Type 
Solar Power Inverter 
Product Weight (lb.) 
101 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
12 month replace or exchange 

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With the added two 30watt solar panels how long does it take to fully charge a near depleted battery

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Also can I purchase panels and uses with smaller units? And do I need accessories other than a panel?
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March 30, 2016
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Hmmm, is that 48-80 hrs of charge time at full capacity of the panels? (Ie 6-10 days if you have 8hrs of daylight.) (this is an attempt for clarification of goal zero's response)
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With two Boulder 30 panels your charge time from dead to a full on a Yeti 1250 is 48-80 hours. Depending on conditions. The Boulder 30 panels will work with anything in our Sherpa Line and Yeti Series. .
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Will this power up a well ?

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It would depend on how much power you well is drawing. The Yeti 1250 is a 1250 watt hour power pack. To find how many watt hours a device requires, us this equation. Amps x Volts = Watts.
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Is there only one battery? if so is it a sealed cell? lastly what is the amp hour rating?

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Great question! It is a 100 amp hour sealed lead acid battery. There is only of one these batteries int the Yeti 1250.
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can i use higher watts solar panels to connect to the yeti 1250-watt solar gerator, like 2 or 3 100-watts panels?

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Yes you can. The Yeti 1250 can take up to 160 watt max through the 8mm Charging Port, and 240 watt max through the Anderson Charging Port. It also has a but in regulator so even if you are pushing more power into the Yeti 1250 it won't harm the battery or the unit.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by really? your electric bill is read in Kilowatts, this generator is in watts, do the math. there are 1000 watts in a kilowatt. is it really worth it? do you know how many Kilowatts you use in a day? March 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by best solar generator in the world 135 hours charge in the Sun solar panel 30 amps goal zero Yeti 1250 June 28, 2015
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