Whether you need power while camping in a tent or trailer, or looking for a reliable emergency power supply, the Goal Zero Yeti 400 Portable Power Station helps you keep all your essential devices charged up and ready.
Run or recharge almost any kind of USB, 12V or AC powered device with the Goal Zero Yeti 400 Generator
Can be used indoors/outdoors
Collects energy from power outlets, car ports or solar panels
Highly efficient and easy to use
Noise and smog free
Quiet, portable power at the push of a button. 400Wh, 33Ah (12V) Battery capacity.
Chainable and replaceable sealed lead-acid AGM battery weighing 29 lbs.
Excellent source of emergency power supply
Numerous powering options including: two USB ports, two AC outlets and 12V output.
With the uneasiness brought about by power outages, the last thing you'll need is something that'll cause a racket. And that's what makes the Goal Zero Yeti 400 Generator so much better than traditional generators. This product will energize a wide range of USB, 12V and AC powered devices without making noise and giving off fumes. This generator can store huge amounts of power from wall outlets, car ports or solar panels, which can be used to recharge gadgets or run electrical/electronic appliances connected to the Goal Zero Yeti 400 Generator. And because it's not that heavy and it's got a pop-up handle, you can take this product with you and enjoy power anytime, anywhere.
Goal Zero Yeti 400 Solar Generator with Solar Panel
10.25 x 8 x 8 in
CE, FCC, ROHS
Operating Usage Temperature:
32-104 F (0-40 C)
Approx. charging time from the following:
Power outlet (75W): 5 hours
Car Port (30W): 13 hours
Nomad 20: 30-60 hours
Nomad 50: 12-24 hours
Boulder 50: 12-24 Hours
Boulder 100: 6-12 Hours
Boulder 100 Briefcase: 6-12 Hours
Nomad 100: 6-12 Hours
Boulder 200 Solar Panel: 3-6 Hours (NOTE: Connecting the Yeti 400 to the Boulder 200 Briefcase requires an High Power Port to 8mm Connector cable)
Q: Where does the Goal Zero Yeti 400 Generator get its power from? A: Running on an AGM Lead Acid battery, this product collects power from wall outlets, car ports and solar panels, which can be used to power electrical/electronic devices.
Q: How much power can it produce? A: This generator can recharge a smartphone 30 times, a laptop 5 times, and make a TV run for 3 hours.
Q: How long is its charging time? A: Charging the Goal Zero Yeti 400 Generator via a power outlet takes around 5 hours, approximately 13 hours using a car port, and 20-60 hours with a solar panel, depending on weather conditions and the type of solar panel used.
Q: In what temperature will this product work? A: This generator has an operating usage temperature of 32-104 F (0-40 C).
Q: Does it come with a solar panel? A: No, it doesn't. However, you may want to check out the related items section to see the solar panel ideal for this generator.
Great product I have used Goal Zero for there reliable products.
Lots of connections for plug,usb,solar panels.
Little heavy then newer products but not bad.
Best Usespower center for small to mid devices
Slept Like a Baby with my CPAP powered by a Yeti 400
September 27, 2017
I purchased a Yeti 400 primarily to run my CPAP machine. I used it for the first time over the weekend and it worked great! I found my machine used less battery power with the humidifier set on the low end of the range. I topped off the Yeti 400 each day with a vehicle charger and was able to have enough power to get me through 3-nights of CPAP usage and an iPad charge.
The unit is very well made and I couldn't be happier with its performance! Great design Goal Zero!
12v. charging cable impossible to find in the after market and should have been included in the kit
Electronic device output during power outages
East Providence, RI
September 23, 2017
This my 3rd and 4th Yeti 400 and all 4 units are performing as expected. You will not be disappointed.
By Kevin B.
weather the storm
December 28, 2016
The Yeti 400 is a great addition to a Goal Zero solar tech array. It's already proven to be invaluable when the power went out overnight during a PG&E event caused by a rain and wind storm in San Francisco last week, when about 10,000 of our neighbors lost power overnight. We had the Yeti on reserve to run wifi, phones and a laptop.
Ready when you need it
A bit heavy at 29 lbs
Best UsesBackup power, camping, remote area portable power.
Yeti 400 generator
July 15, 2016
Have not it it to work yet came charged ready to use
I will be using my a yeti 400 in the summer for camping. How should I store the Yeti the other 9 months?
Keep the system indoors, away from any moisture in a temperature controlled environment (32-104 degrees). If you cannot keep it plugged into a power source we recommend recharging it every month or so when not in use. Thank you for your inquiry!
I am thinking about this for camping. Would this let me hook up a coffee maker and run it? Small appliances for cooking or a hair dryer? How does a person figure out what type of appliance would work with this product. I'm sorry, I know this question probably sounds ridiculous but I was curious. I am also a photographer with studio lighting that (I believe) is short bursts 400 to 800 watts could I use it for this purpose as well?
This unit provides 396 Watt Hours and has an inverter maximum output of 300 watts continuous. So first off anything over 300 watts of running watts will not work with this unit and if you actually plugged in something that drew around 300 watts it would draw the batteries down in about an hour or so. Coffee makers and hair dryers draw a lot of power and are typically not a good fit with solar.. they seem like small appliances but can draw anywhere from 1000-1200 watts.
Will the yeti 400 run a 1.0 amp 120v ac chest freezer, and for how long
The Yeti 400 would run the Freezer Chest for around 8 hours, however you would be draining the battery down to empty, which we do not recommend. Typically you do not want to draw the battery down past half, so it would run the Freezer Chest for around 4 hours with best practices. A better fit for your application would be the Yeti 1250.
If you have any questions pertaining to the Yeti 1250 please feel free to ask. Thank you.
Can the generator be charged with the panels at the same time it is being used to run an appliance(small AC fridge)
Yes, the generator's battery bank would be recharged as it was being used, which would make the unit function more effectively and keep your battery bank full for a longer period of time. Based on the item mentioned, you may get a few hours of operation from the Yeti 400. However, the Yeti 1250 has 3 times the battery capacity and may be a better option. Please take a look at the link below:
If you have any questions do not hesitate to ask. Thank you!