Nomad 100

$799.99

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SKU: GZ13007 Category:

Product Description

Our latest and largest portable solar panel

Portable, rugged, and powerful. Designed for mobile basecamps and die-hard adventurers, features a standard MC4 connector for third-party charge controllers and built-in charging cable for the Yeti 400 and Yeti 1250 Solar Generators.  Can be chained in series or parallel to collect more power from the sun.

We recommend purchasing one of our portable rechargers, to pair with your panel with a Goal Zero battery for a complete collect > store solution.

Features

  • 100-Watt monocrystalline solar panel
  • Foldable, portable design
  • Features industry standard mc4 connectors for use with third-party charge controllers
  • Connects directly to goal zero yeti solar generators and sherpa power packs
  • Chain up to 3 nomad 100 panels for maximum power

Specs

WHAT IT POWERS

DeviceCharges
Yeti 4008hrs
Yeti 125024hrs

ABOUT THE KIT

SpecificationData
Solar Capacity18-22V, 100W
Solar TypeMonocrystalline, 18% efficient
Weight4.6kg
Dimensions (unfolded)52 x 151.1 x 2.54 cm
Dimensions (folded)52 x 39.37 x 5.08 cm
ChainableYes

What's Included

  • 1 X NOMAD 100 PANEL

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