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Nomad 100-Watt Monocrystalline Solar Panel

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  • 100W panel designed for mobile base camps and extreme adventurers
  • Foldable design for easy portability
  • Made of monocrystalline silicon for enhanced durability
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Product Overview

Our largest solar panel. Portable, rugged, and powerful. Designed for mobile base camps and die-hard adventurers a standard MC4 connector for third-party charge controllers and built-in charging cable for Sherpa Power Packs and Goal Zero Yeti Solar Generators. Can be chained in series or parallel to collect more power from the sun.

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Price
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Ratings
(49)
(12)
(6)
(38)
ApplicationCamping,Hiking,Motorcycle (ATV),RV,ResidentialBoat,Cabin,Camping,Hiking,RV,Shed,VehicleBack-Up Power,Boat,Cabin,RV,Residential,ShedBack-Up Power,Boat,Cabin,Camping,RV,Residential,Shed
IncludedNo Additional Items IncludedCharge controllerCharge controller,Electrical wire,Mounting hardwareCharge controller,Electrical wire,Mounting hardware
FeaturesFlexible,Outdoor,Portable,WeatherproofPortableCorrosion resistant,OutdoorCorrosion resistant,Indicator light,Portable,Weatherproof
Wattage (watts)110100200 W180 W
Solar panel typeMonocrystallineMonocrystallineMonocrystallineMonocrystalline
Amperage (amps)6.3 A8 A10 A9.51 A
Panel length (in.)62.559.561.4257.8
Panel weight (lb.)8.810.225.624.6
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Specifications

Dimensions

Panel Height (in.)
20.5
Panel length (in.)
59.5
Panel Width (in.)
1

Details

Amperage (amps)
8 A
Application
Boat,Cabin,Camping,Hiking,RV,Shed,Vehicle
Features
Portable
Included
Charge controller
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Number of Panels
4
Panel Material
Monocrystalline Silicon
Panel weight (lb.)
10.2
Returnable
90-Day
Solar panel type
Monocrystalline
Voltage (v)
22 v
Wattage (watts)
100

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
12 months

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.4
    out of 12 reviews
  • 60% recommend this product
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Nice product, but low on power
This is a nice flexible product, but as various people have said, the power output is well below 100W. At 10,000 ft I briefly managed to get 62W. At 4000 ft, in the desert the maximum was 53W. If you constantly turn it towards the sun, on a clear day you can count on around 50W.
by UtahTab
    • Recommended Product
    Poor Design and low power
    I’m a great fan of the Yeti Powerstations, but can’t recommend the Nomad 100. Design and functionality are poor. 1. As prior reviewers noted, the power input is really low. In full sun I reached approximately 30-35 Watt. I laid a Rockpals 100 next to it and it reached 60 watt 2. The cable is very short and the company should either add a longer cable or a free extension cord 3. You need to buy adapters for power stations other than Goal Zero, other manufacturers add this for free ? 4. Did anybody at Goal Zero think about ergonomics ? Why is there no carry handle like every other solar panel has ? I regret having bought this solar panel. Goal Zero can do better than this
    by Bear12446
      You should read this
      First day I got this panel I took it out of the box an almost ripped it out of the delivery mans hands. I put this panel in the sun the second it came out of the box an put it to work on my 500X. I got about roughly 30 watts from this panel that was cooped up in a COLD box. After several hours of baking in the sun an actually doing what it was meant to do I seen the sun got it up to 45 - 50 watts. Then the worst thing happened absolutely the worst thing ever!!!!!! That sun went down!!!! The best thing for any solar panel is keep them "warm" or "hot" meaning get them in the sun an let the sun pound it's "heat" in there so you get the maximum output. Even if the panel is not hooked up to anything at all get them in the sun although it's better without a doubt to have them hooked up to something but if you have no other choice just get them in the sun. I have this panel up to 60 + watts now an will continue to let the sun pound it's energy into this panel. Your the best Goal Zero!!!! Thank you!!!
      by Outside Guy
        • Recommended Product
        Good product...
        Good product
        by Ricka
        • Verified Purchase
        Disappointed solar charging
        I have a Torch250. Great little battery pack idea. Will not charge in the sun at all. Have left it in direct sun for three days, not a charge. Plugged into 5V phone charger and charged over night. I love the unit except not working as advertised. The solar charging was main reason for buying.
        by skypilot
          Goal Zero Nomad 100 Solar Panel
          I will echo some of other reviews of this product. We had a day in the mountains, 7000 Ft, bright, cloudless summer day. Perfect, high intensity sun. The panel had excellent solar exposure - but - only produced 25-28 Watts of input into our Yeti 400. The panel does work well with GoalZero products. GoalZero has designed a nice set of compatible products. However, you need to plan on only 25-30% of the advertised efficiency. I will keep and use the product, but, it is hard to recommend it to the public based on this experience and the price they are asking. Perhaps their "fixed" solar panel work better. Perhaps this is no different than all other solar panel products -- I cannot tell at this point.
          by cowpens6
            100w panel only getting 45w in 100% sunlight
            I purchased this thinking I would get close to 100w output. Only 47w max in full sunlight. I wish I was getting 65-75% like the goal zero article states.
            by CarlJr
              • Recommended Product
              Easy to Pack, Kept the Yeti at full charge.
              The Nomad100 packed easily in the back of the car. It is easy to set up and connect to the Yeti and as we have had full sun when I needed to use it, I was able to keep the Yeti at full charge for 7 hours. The Nomad was delivering 52WH and the device plugged into the Yeti was drawing that amount. It is a great, if a bit pricy, option for a generator and necessary since many of the outdoor events I go to have started to ban fuel operated generators. Everyone at the last show thought this was brilliant.
              by Buhund
              • Verified Purchase
              • Recommended Product
              Yeti 400 and Nomad 100w solar panel on beach
              I purchased a Yeti 400 and the Nomad 100 solar panel. This was for a 4 day camping trip on beach. The first night the battery was fully charged and was running a 12v box fan. The next morning the battery was at 40%. In direct all day sunlight the best input charge I got was between 35-40 watts. This took all day to charge up. I have tried with and without the extension cord. With a battery more than half drained I would expect more watts going into this unit. The same recharge wattage was experienced everyday. It took much more than the 6-8 hours recharge time like the chart advertised. Also I was expecting a more heavy duty connection cord for the battery to the solar panel.
              by LB31829
                Big Panel Portability
                I use this panel on my sailboat with a Yeti 400. It is a perfect match for my needs -- portability and big panel capacity. The product is well engineered for the harsh environment in which I operate offshore and the output is remarkable. A bit on the expensive side but worth it for the portability, capacity and superb engineering. Well done GZ.
                by Water Man
                  • Recommended Product
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