Always have a spare supply of power with the Goal Zero Yeti 150 Solar Generator. This solar generator stores energy it acquires from power outlets, car ports (Car Adapter Sold Separately) or the sun, allowing you to recharge depowered smartphones, tablets, laptops and other gadgets, even in the absence of electricity.
Recharge energy deprived devices with the Goal Zero Yeti 150 Solar Generator
Works with a long line of USB, 12V and AC powered devices
Compatible with popular brands of consumer electronics, including but not limited to Apple, Samsung, HTC, Nokia, LG, Blackberry and Sony
Suitable for indoor/outdoor use
Can be charged via solar panels, power outlets or car ports (using 12v Car Charging Cable - Sold Separately)
User-friendly and very efficient
Pop-up handle makes it easy to carry
Excellent source of emergency power supply
Covered by a 6-month warranty
No one can tell when the next power outage will strike, so might as well prepare for the situation with the Goal Zero Yeti 150 Solar Generator. This product takes in energy from wall outlets, car ports (Car Adapter Sold Separately) or solar panels, which can be used to run a wide range of USB, 12V and AC powered devices. Use it to power electrical/electronic appliances or to give frequently used devices like smartphones, tablets, laptops and game consoles a boost. Easy to use and highly effective, this solar generator does its job without making so much as a fuss. Built for indoor/outdoor use, feel free to keep the Goal Zero Yeti 150 Solar Generator at home as an emergency power supply or take it anywhere with you for some portable power.
Goal Zero Yeti 150 Solar Generator
7.75 x 5.75 x 6.75 in
CE, FCC, ROHS
Operating Usage Temperature:
32-104 F (0-40 C)
Approx. charging time from the following:
Wall Outlet (45W): 6 hours
Car Port (30W): 8 hours
Goal Zero Nomad 13: 26-52 hours
Goal Zero Nomad 27: 13-26 hours
Goal Zero Boulder 15: 22-44 hours
AGM Lead Acid
168Wh (12v, 14Ah)
Hundreds of cycles
Charge every 3 months
Charging and low-battery protection built-in
USB Standard Port (output):
5V, up to 2A (10W max), regulated
6mm port: (output, 6.0mm, green, hexagon)
12V, up to 10A (120W max)
12V car port (output):
12V, up to 10A (120W max)
AC inverter US: (output, 60Hz, pure sine wave)
110V, 0.7A (80W continuous, 160W surge max)
AC inverter International: (output, 50Hz, pure sine wave)
Q: How does Goal Zero Yeti 150 Solar Generator work? A: This product charges or powers any device plugged into it. As long as your device's plug can fit into any of the Goal Zero Yeti 150 Solar Generator's ports (AC, USB and 12V), this solar generator will energize it.
Q: How do I recharge this product? A: You can recharge this solar generator using a solar panel, wall outlet or car port (car adapter sold separately).
Q: How much time does it take to restore this solar generator's full power? A: Charging the Goal Zero Yeti 150 Solar Generator via a power outlet takes around 5-6 hours, about 8 hours using a car port, and 13-52 hours with a solar panel, depending on weather conditions and the type of solar panel used.
Q: Does this product come with a solar panel? A: No, it doesn't.
Q: What are the safety features of this item? A: The Goal Zero Yeti 150 Solar Generator is equipped with built-in charging and low-battery protection.
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I have purchased Goal Zero products in the past. Problem was, I could never get in touch with them for questions; however, whenever I ordered a device from their site, the order was processed quickly and efficiently. Since I plan to order more solar-related components, I wanted to be able to contact the vendor in a timely fashion. That is why I will continue to purchase from Earthtech. The service is available and Chris has been most helpful filling my orders.
Compact device that works in my greenhouse and charges easily using a solar panel.
Light weight. Easily transportable. Durable. Charges quickly via AC.
Best UsesLow power requirements
Los Angeles, CA
December 7, 2016
We purchased the Yeti 150 as a Christmas present for our parents. It's light enough in weight that they can move it from one room to another in their home in the event of a power outage. For our own home we have the Yeti 400 and it has been very useful for both outdoor use and for unexpected power outages. We've been very satisfied with Goal Zero products and would recommend them.
The charge duration will be purely dependent upon what you are powering specifically. If you provide us with more details about your power consumption needs, we can better answer this question. Feel free to email us at email@example.com, or via phone at 877-548-3387. Thank you for your inquiry!
Which is better to extend battery longevity? Keep it plugged in 100% until needed or use regularly and cycle between discharging and recharging? Also when using what battery percentage do you not want to go below before needing to recharge? I've heard that it's best not to let it discharge below 50% that you would lose overall battery life if you discharge a lead acid battery too low. Wondering what % is too low to keep from damaging battery. Thanks!
The best way to maintain this system is to keep it plugged into an AC input at all times when not in use. You should keep the battery as full as possible, and not discharge the system below 50% frequently. This will maintain the batteries properly. Thank you for your inquiry!
Submitted by:Customer Service on September 27, 2017
It appears the basic $199.99 does not include the solar panel? What is cost of the solar panel & product #.
The most common solar panel for use with the Yeti 150 Generator is the Nomad 20 Watt Solar Panel (12004) priced at $195.99:
We offer a kit that offers both the generator and the solar panel together, and it can be found below:
Thank you for your inquiry!