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Rigid solar solution.
The Goal Zero Boulder 30 Solar Kit is a pair of rigid, portable solar panel that provides up to 30 watts of power each (under optimal conditions) to be stored within your Goal Zero portable power packs and solar generators. It provides power to the Goal Zero Sherpa 50, Yeti 150, Yeti 400, and Yeti 1250 via an 8mm Solar Port, eventually powering your laptops, media players, tablets, smart phones, and other electronic devices.
Charging time ranges from a couple of hours for smaller portable power packs to over a day when you're powering larger solar generators. The following is the charge-up time for each device: Sherpa 50 v2 (4-8 hours), Yeti 150 (11-22 hours), Yeti 400 (26-52 hours), Yeti 1250 (20-24 hours with two Boulder 30 panels).
- Tempered glass panels, aluminum frame
- 30 watts of solar output (18-20V open circuit voltage)
- Powers Goal Zero portable power packs and solar generators
- Compatible with: Sherpa 50, Yeti 150, Yeti 400, Yeti 1250
- Solar Port (blue, 8mm): 14-16V, up to 2.0A (30W max)
- Chainable panels
- Optimal operating temp: 32-104˚F
- Includes two Boulder 30 Solar Panels and carrying case
- Q & A
Electricity wherever you want it
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have two Yeti 400's and 120 watts (four boulder 30 panels ). We power almost anything. In the past have powered small refrigerator, 2 laptops, two digital cameras, iPad, all camp lights, phones, and a kickass sound system. Always charge when the sun is out and never run out of ELECTRICITY.
Goal Zero Boulder 30
I bought these solar panels to pair with my Yeti 400. They are perfect for anyone who spends a significant amount of time on the road/in a van or camper.
With the yeti 1250, how many of the solar panels can you link together safely, but getting the most out of the unit?
You can chain up to 6 Boulder 30 panels. The Yeti 1250 can intake up to 240 watts, at one time. More questions? Just call or email me, directly. 801.746.7587 ---->email@example.com
Check out BC Athlete and Goal Zero Ambassador Alex Honnold's tour on Van Life.
He uses a GZ Yeti paired with Boulder panels to power his climbing-fueled adventures.