This solar panel is portable and works fine but "take it hiking" thats just stupid! No body in the world will take a solar panel out hiking with them, camping maybe but hiking!!?? *From T... Show More.he Ready Store: The panel is light enough to take hiking (weighs in at only 6 lbs) but you are right in that this particular panel would not be ideal to carry for extended lengths since it does not fold down compact like the Nomad 27M Solar Panel does. We will change that detail in the product description, thanks for the feedback!
- Benefits & Description
Benefits & Description30 Watts | Weather Resistant | Can Connect Up to 4 Panels
• Dependable solar power
The Boulder 30 portable solar panels can provide you with hours of power and is compatible with your Sherpa 120, Scout 150, and Ranger 350 Power Packs! • Easy set up
This solar panel includes pop-out leg stands for optimal positioning and convenient set up, and it can be linked to multiple other panels for maximum energy! • High power output
Using 30-watts of highly efficient mono-crystalline solar technology, the Boulder 30 provides more than enough power! • Convenient power anywhere
The solar panels can be hooked up to devices or power packs to either use or store energy. • Weather resistant
The solar panels are made of weather resistant materials have been UV treated. Just imagine being stuck inside without any power. Anyone who lives in areas with rough weather knows that following a natural disaster, it can take days or even weeks for the power to be turned back on. And in that time, you're going to need to stay warm, prepare food, heat water, and maybe even call for help. But without any electricity, doing all of these things is almost impossible. That's where this product comes in.
With 30 watts of monocrystalline solar power, the Boulder 30M is the ultimate in portable solar devices. It can absorb solar energy on even a completely overcast day, and its sturdy design is made to last you through the seasons—and just in case it doesn't, the Boulder 30M comes with a year long manufacturer's guarantee! You can even connect multiple solar devices and give you appliance or power pack an extra kick. So prepare now, and stop worrying about the future!
- Sherpa 50 v2: 4-8 hours
- Yeti 150: 11-22 hours
- Yeti 400: 26-52 hours
- Yeti 1250: 20-24 hours (2 x Boulder 30)
- Solar Port (blue, 8mm): 14-16V, up to 2.0A
- Cell Type: Monocystalline
- Rated Power: 30W
- Open Circuit Voltage: 18-20V
- Weight: 6.5 lbs
- Dimensions: 21" x 18" x 1"
- Certs: CE, FCC
- Warranty 12 months
- What's In-the-Box?
What's In-the-Box?Generators and Batteries(1 Solar Panel):
(1) Boulder 30 Solar Panel
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: GB0012 Supply Duration: Indefinite Estimated Shelf Life: Indefinite Brand: GOALØ Dimensions (LxWxH): 21" x 18" x 1" Input Sources: DC Solar Panels Output Sources: DC 12V (Barrel Tip) Battery Type: No Temperature Controller: No
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*From The Ready Store: The panel is light enough to take hiking (weighs in at only 6 lbs) but you are right in that this particular panel would not be ideal to carry for extended lengths since it does not fold down compact like the Nomad 27M Solar Panel does. We will change that detail in the product description, thanks for the feedback!
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