GOAL ZERO Boulder 200 Briefcase Solar Panel

GOAL ZERO Boulder 200 Briefcase Solar Panel

GOAL ZERO Boulder 200 Briefcase Solar Panel

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GOAL ZERO Boulder 200 Briefcase Solar Panel

GOAL ZERO Boulder 200 Briefcase Solar Panel

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  • Produces up to 200W of Power
  • Compatible with All Goal Zero Stations
  • Chainable for Increased Power Output
  • Scratch-Resistant Tempered Glass
  • Sturdy Aluminum Frame
  • Added Corner Protection
  • Retractable Kickstand for Optimal Angle
  • Weather-Resistant
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Use the clean, free, and renewable power of the sun to charge your Goal Zero power pack with the Boulder 200 Briefcase Solar Panel. It consists of two panels chained and joined by a hinge, so you can fold them together and carry them by the handle. Measuring 40 x 53.5 x 1.75" unfolded, this panel produces up to 200 watts of power that can be stored in any Goal Zero station, but it is most effective with the Yeti and Sherpa models.

You can chain the Boulder 200 Briefcase together with other Boulder panels for increased power production. The panel is covered with scratch-resistant tempered glass and is supported by an aluminum frame with extra corner protection, and it features an integrated kickstand that supports it at the optimum angle for charging. The weather-resistant Boulder 200 Briefcase is rugged enough to be permanently installed, but its size, handle, and carry bag make it portable enough for car camping, RV use, and other outdoor activities.

  • Generates up to 200 watts at 18-22 volts
  • Designed for compatibility with all Goal Zero stations, especially Yeti & Sherpa models
  • Can deliver electricity for storage in any battery/power pack compatible with its output
  • Monocrystalline cells
  • Folds in half for easy transport
  • Tempered glass panel in aluminum frame
  • Kickstand for best charging angle
  • For temporary or permanent installation
UPC: 847974005255
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GOAL ZERO Boulder 200 Briefcase Solar Panel
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Cell Monocrystalline
    Rated Power 200 Watt
    Open Circuit Voltage 18 - 22 V
    Output 8 mm Solar Port: 14-22 V, up to 14 A
    Charge Time Goal Zero Yeti 150: 3 hours
    Goal Zero Yeti 400: 4 - 8 hours
    Goal Zero Yeti 1250: 12 - 24 hours
    Goal Zero Yeti 1000: 10 - 20 hours
    Goal Zero Yeti 1400: 14 - 25 hours
    Goal Zero Yeti 1400: 29 - 57 hours
    Dimensions Unfolded: 40 x 53.5 x 1.75" / 101.6 x 140 x 4.4 cm
    Folded: 40 x 26.75 x 3.5" / 101.6 x 70 x 8.9 cm
    Weight 42 lb / 19 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 47.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 43.0 x 29.5 x 6.5"
    Boulder 200 Briefcase Solar Panel is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Heavy (42 pounds) but packed with lots of reliable powe Very Heavy�for me to but packed with reliable power. �I have several �Allpowers 100W folding solar panels (about 5 pounds each) and a Suaoki 60W folding solar panel (about 3.5 pounds) which work great are are easy for me to handle. (I'm a senior citizen and disabled vet). This panel puts out a lot of power...Even on cloudy days I get a least 20W / 1.9X AMPS more or less (when overcast !) Using the Goal Zero Anderson to MC4 adapter I was able to easily connect to my various "solar generators" like EasyFocus 288Wh and Suaoki�G500, 500 Watt. Remember that Goal Zero's "version" of Anderson Power Pole connector is VERTICAL not HORIZONTAL like most, so you'll need an UN-BONDED Anderson Power Pole Connector. The Goal Zero Boulder 200 Solar Panel �appears very well made. It's pricy. �$500+. �My Allpowers folding 100W solar panel was less than $200. I recommend this for those that want lots of reliable power and can deal with moving around 42 pounds. Just a�PS here. �The unit comes with a fabric carrying case but as the case is presently designed, you have to LIFT this 42 pound monster over the case to get it into the case. �I have suggested to Goal Zero that they make the case so it can be placed OVER the Boulder 200 which would require no lifting of the panel.
    Date published: 2018-05-13
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