Goal Zero Solar Panels for Power Generation

Goal Zero Solar Panels

Goal Zero Solar Panels

Goal Zero builds modular Solar Panels which are readily available to the general public. Goal Zero was launched in 2009. It is a company dedicated to you innovative products to the market.

Their main aim is to use solar power, which has no carbon footprints, to bring portable electric power to the consumers. They manufacture solar powered generators as well as solar panels to charge them.

They manufacture portable foldable solar panels to be used on the go as well as rigid solar panels that can be installed for temporary or permanent use and these too are portable.

The Nomad Soar Panel Series

Goal Zero foldable portable solar panels are available in the Nomad Series. These are lightweight weather resistant solar panels which you can take with you anywhere you need electricity to charge your phones or handheld devices.

You can also use these solar panels to charge your solar generators or even your tablets. You can get the best use out of these solar panels if you use them with rechargeable battery packs which can be then used to power your appliances or small electronics.

Nomad 7 Solar Panel

The Nomad 7 Solar panel is ultra-compact, foldable and can charge your hand held devices directly either from its UBS port or 12 Volt DC charging ports.

It weighs in at only 0.8 lbs. and measures 9 x1.5 x 17 inches when unfolded and 9 x 1.5 x 6.5 inches when folded.

It can be connected to another Nomad if you need more charging power. You can also use it to charge power packs so that you have power available day and night.

This solar panel is capable of 7 watt solar capacity and can charge a Goal Zero Switch 8 in 4 to 8 hours or a Guide 10 plus in 3 to 6 hours.

Nomad 13 Solar Panel

Goal Zero Nomad 13 Solar Panel
List Price: $121.95
Price: $121.95
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The Nomad 13 solar panel is also a very light and compact solar panel. It weighs in at only 1.6 lbs and measures 10.5 x 24 x 0.25 inches when unfolded and 10.5 x 9 x 1 inches when folded.

This solar panel has a rated power output of 13 watts and can also be connected to other Nomad solar panels if you need a higher output.

This solar panel can charge all your hand held devices as well as a tablet. When used with a power pack you can have power at your disposal. This solar panel can charge a Goal Zero Yeti 150 in 26 to 52 hours, a Sherpa 50v2 in 8 to 16 hours and a Guide 10 Plus in 2.5 to 5 hours.

Nomad 20 Solar Panel

Goal Zero Nomad 20 Solar Panel
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The Nomad 20 is the largest foldable solar panel from Goal Zero. It has a capacity of 20 watts and can be used to directly power your appliances or to charge your power pack.

This solar panel weighs in at 2.5 lbs. and measures 30.5 x 13 x 1 inches when unfolded and 8.5 x 13 x 1 inches when folded.

It can charge a Goal Zero Yeti 150 in 17 to 34 hours, a Sherpa 50 v2 in 6 to 12 hours and a Guide 10 Plus in 2.5 to 5 hours.

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The Boulder M Series Solar Panels

The Boulder M series of solar panels from Goal Zero are lightweight rigid solar panels that you can install permanently or take along with you when you are camping or for use with your Rvs.

They are easily portable and can also be connected to other Boulder solar panels for an increase in output capacity. You can use these solar panels to charge power packs or solar generators so that you can have electric power available whenever you need it.

The Goal Zero 32101 Boulder 15M Solar Panel

The Goal Zero 32101 Boulder 15M solar panel has an output capacity of 15 watts. It is weather resistant and can be installed in a permanent location or be taken with you when you go camping or anywhere else you might need electrical power.

It is light weight at only 3.5 lbs. and is quite compact too. Its dimensions are 11 x 18 x 1 inches. You can use this solar panel to charge your devices or charge power packs for later use.

It can charge an Escape 150 power pack in 10 hours and a Sherpa 50 in about 4 hours. It charges a Yeti 150 solar generator in 22 to 44 hours and a Yeti 400 in 53 to 104 hours.

Goal Zero 44001 Guardian Silver/Black 12V Solar Recharging Kit With Boulder 15 Solar Recharging Kit

This kit includes a Guardian 12 volt charge controller with alligator clips and a Goal Zero Boulder 15 solar panel.

This is an ideal kit to maintain and recharge your 12 volt batteries. It trickle charges your batteries using solar power and the 12 volt charge controller ensures that your batteries do not get over charged.

The whole unit weighs in at 5.4 lbs. and its dimensions are 11.2 x 18 x 3.5 inches.

The Goal Zero 32201 Boulder 30M Solar Panel

The weather resistant Goal Zero 32201 Boulder 30M solar panel has an output of 30 watts and can be permanently installed or taken with you wherever you need electrical power.

These solar panels are meant to be used with power packs or solar generators that can store the electricity produced for later use. The Boulder 30M solar panels weigh in at 6.5 lbs. and have dimensions of 21 x 18 x 1 inches.

They can charge a Sherpa 50 v2 in 4 to 8hours, a Goal Zero Yeti 150 in 11 to 22 hours, a Goal Zero Yeti 400 in 26 to 52 hours.

The Goal Zero Black Large Travel Case for the Boulder 30M

This travel case for the Boulder 30M is specifically designed to carry the Boulder 30M solar panels in safety when you take them with you.

This travel case is designed to carry 2 Boulder 30M panels and has a padded layer that protects the panels.

It is well made and rugged in design. It weighs in at 4.1 lbs. and has dimensions of 22 x 20 x 3 inches.

Summary

The selection of Goal Zero Solar Panels gives a good range of carbon free power and recharging capability. As can be deduced from the information there are various panels and power packs available and for those looking for portable or fixed panels you have a few good choices.

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