GOAL ZERO Sherpa 100AC Power Bank

BH #GO22050 • MFR #22050
GOAL ZERO Sherpa 100AC Power Bank
Key Features
  • 100W AC Outlet
  • Two 60W USB-C Power Delivery Ports
  • Wireless Phone Charging Pad
  • 2.4A USB-A Port
Portable power for laptops, phones, tablets, cameras, and much more—the Goal Zero Sherpa 100AC Power Bank makes it possible to charge and run your devices on the plane, in the field, and off the grid. This two-pound, 7.5 x 5.7 x 1" power bank comes with the outputs you need to charge even power-hungry devices quickly. The Sherpa 100AC stores and delivers enough power to charge two laptops, three tablets, 10 smartphones or 18 POV cameras, using a standard 100-watt AC outlet, USB-C Power Delivery ports, a 5V, 2.4A USB-A port, and a wireless phone charging pad. The power bank itself can be recharged from AC power, USB-C, or a compatible solar panel.
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GOAL ZERO Sherpa 100AC Overview

Portable power for laptops, phones, tablets, cameras, and much more—the Goal Zero Sherpa 100AC Power Bank makes it possible to charge and run your devices on the plane, in the field, and off the grid. This two-pound, 7.5 x 5.7 x 1" power bank comes with the outputs you need to charge even power-hungry devices quickly. The Sherpa 100AC stores and delivers enough power to charge two laptops, three tablets, 10 smartphones or 18 POV cameras, using a standard 100-watt AC outlet, USB-C Power Delivery ports, a 5V, 2.4A USB-A port, and a wireless phone charging pad. The power bank itself can be recharged from AC power, USB-C, or a compatible solar panel.

  • Two 60-watt USB-C Power Delivery ports for speedy charging of laptops, phones, and more
  • 100-watt AC inverter with three-prong plug for wall-style charging of computers, camera batteries, etc.
  • Qi Wireless Charging for your smartphone
  • Fast 5V, 2.4A USB-A port
  • Lightning, Micro USB, USB-C, and USB-C to USB-C cables
  • Recharges via USB-C PD (2.5 hours), AC wall charger (3 hours) (requires #98051 Sherpa Power Supply, sold separately), USB-A 2.4A (9 hours), Boulder 50 solar panel (4-8 hours), Nomad 28 solar panel (6-14 hours), Nomad 14 solar panel (12-28 hours)
  • 94.7Wh Li-ion NMC battery (14.8V, 6400mAh)
  • Compact at 7.5 x 5.7 x 1", lightweight at 2 pounds
UPC: 847974006054

GOAL ZERO Sherpa 100AC Specs

BatteryLi-Ion NMC
Capacity94.7 Wh (14.8 VDC, 6400 mAh)
Input Power / Charge TimeUSB-C PD (60 W): 2.5 Hours
AC (45 W): 3 Hours
USB-A (2.4 VDC): 9 Hours
Boulder 50 Solar Panel: 4-8 Hours
Nomad 28 Solar Panel: 6-14 Hours
Nomad 14 Solar Panel: 12-28 Hours
12 VDC: 3 Hours
110 VAC: 3 Hours
GOAL ZERO Nomad 27: 4-8 Hours
GOAL ZERO Nomad 13: 8-16 Hours
Output PortsWireless Qi (Output): 5 W
USB-A: 5 VDC, up to 2.4 A (12 W max), Regulated
USB-C PD ports (Input/Output): 5 VDC, 9 VDC, 12 VDC, 15 VDC, 20 VDC up to 3 A (60 W Max), Regulated
AC Inverter (Output): 110 VAC, up to 0.9 A (100 W Max), 60 Hz, Modified Sine Wave
Charging Port (Input, 8 mm): 14-22 VDC (50 W Max)
Operating temperature32-104°F / 0-40°C
Dimensions7.5 x 5.7 x 1" / 19 x 2.54 x 14.4 cm
Weight2 lb / 0.9 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.12 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.4 x 7.7 x 2"

GOAL ZERO Sherpa 100AC Reviews

Very worth it product

By Duilio
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-16

Very good battery pack. Is the second time I've purchased this product and the relation power/size/price is optimal. I use them for sea kayak and trekking trips

GOAL ZERO Sherpa 100AC Power Bank

By Darryl
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-08-17

Has all the charging capabilities to keep you going and in a relatively small package.

Poor quality for a name brand product

By William
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2020-08-11

My score is based on the bad quality of this unit compared to its premium price. I bought this in 2018 and I live and work overseas so I travel often through places without reliable power. My house is partial off grid (solar with lead acid batteries) with supplemental city power for about 5 hours most nights. I bought this unit because it had usb-c, large capacity, and a built in inverter. The good: lots of power capacity and the PD usb-c option is really nice. Both usb-A ports have been perfect and never failed me. The bad: usb-c is buggy. I charge my iPhone with usb-c to lightning cables and I have to constantly swab usb-c ports because they’ll decide to not charge. It ends up working every time but I generally have to swap to the other usb-c port. For the primary function to be so temperamental it’s a bad sign as to quality. Construction quality isn’t great. The aluminum case is nice but the plastic end caps break pretty easy and that defeats the sturdy shell. The ugly: I no longer trust the safety of this device. 3-4 times overnight with nothing plugged in the unit has gone into overtemp shutdown... I have no idea if this just a software glitch but if it’s a hardware issue then this unit could be a major fire danger so I won’t keep this in an enclosed or flammable environment. The AC inverter does not work. As far as I know it never worked. It will stay on for about 20 seconds and turn itself off. I tried running my wife’s breast pump so she could pump when the power was off but it shut itself off so quickly it was worthless. I tried running my hairclippers through this and it immediately burned out the clippers motor... so yea AC inverter is a heavy and expensive option that doesn’t work... I bought this unit because I thought the name brand meant quality but I was mistaken. Avoid this unit.

BEAST!

By Chris
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-01-17

I ran my (2) units through torture tests, including a 3-way lamp (130W delivery,) and though it got warm, it did not shut down. Overall daily use won't even compare to that, so I know this thing has headroom out the backside.

Goal zero sherpa 100ac

By Adrian
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-11-26

This is a must have if you camp, or a long distance trip, I was able to keep all of my electronics topped off, and one of my favorite features is the wireless charging capability... it's well worth every penny!

Missing key feature from old model!

By Stefan
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2019-11-20

Huge step backwards form previous model. Does not include the 12V outlet anymore. The inverter is huge waste of your battery power if you need other voltages. What a disappointment!!!! Just another USB charger now. Not worth it.

Not recommended. Overpriced.

By Lauren
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2020-11-17

Let’s start with the first disappointment, it does not come with a charger. For the price, it should come with the AC adapter so you can efficiently charge it (since the whole point is having a portable battery). If you try to charge it with the included USB-C cord and not included wall charger, it takes hours to fully charge and is NOT efficient. Secondly, purchased this product to charge my laptop during shoots for Live Stream events (majority of them are outside with no access to power.) It says x2 laptop charges. Multiple times the Sherpa died within 20 minutes of plugging in the laptop. Originally, I thought it was because it was cold out. But it wasn't that cold. Same thing happened again today and it was around 50 degrees.  Last note, the wireless cell phone charger is a cool feature. However, it also is extremely slow at charging the phone and it only can do one phone at once. Not a huge deal, just something to note.  I am returning the product due to its lack of ability to properly execute what was advertised. I have to say I am very disappointed.

Perfect for a mobile office

By James
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-08-30

While I purchased this for camera equipment recharge during landscape photography, the 2020 pandemic I found me working my day job away from a desk, and the Goal Zero Sherpa 100AC was the perfect power source. While working away from a desk I multitask with an iPad, MacBook Air, and an iPhone. With a full charge (just plug in via AC charger over night, or car charger in a pinch), I can work all day from an outdoor location without worrying about running out of power on any device. The multiple plug in options - USB A & USB C - ensure that none of my portable devise miss a recharge.   Once business travel gets back to normal for me, the Goal Zero Sherpa 100AC will replace all my other power banks I typically carried in my laptop bag on the plane. I bought a second AC wall charger, to ensure I created an at home recharging repetition. Highly recommend.

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Does this unit have a 12 volt output socket ?

Does this unit have a 12 volt output socket ?
Asked by: William
Yes it does.
Answered by: Nilson D
Date published: 2020-09-11

Does anyone know how many times one could charge ...

Does anyone know how many times one could charge a DSLR Battery or a Profoto B10 Flash Battery from the 100AC?
Asked by: Jared
With the GOAL ZERO Sherpa 100AC Power Bank on a full charge, you should get approximately two (2) full charges on the Profoto Li-Ion Battery for B10 OCF Flash Head. Unfortunately, you did not list the specific DSLR camera or battery model for a proper calculation, but depending on the size of your camera's battery, you may expect anywhere from 3 to 8 full charges from the GOAL ZERO Sherpa 100AC Power Bank (a larger voltage battery such as the Nikon EN-EL4a Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery would get approximately 3 full charges, while a smaller battery such as the Canon LP-E6N Lithium-Ion Battery Pack would get approximately 7 full charges, and an even smaller Nikon EN-EL14a Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery would get approximately 10 charges.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2020-09-13

When it says that it stores and delivers enough ...

When it says that it stores and delivers enough power to charge two laptops, three tablets, 10 smartphones or 18 POV cameras, does that mean total power to charge all of those devices out of one charge?
Asked by: Edward
A full charge would be able to do one of those options. Not all of them at the same time.
Answered by: Moe
Date published: 2021-02-04

Hello. Got a dji mavic pro and would like to know ...

Hello. Got a dji mavic pro and would like to know if it has the punch to charge the batteries? thank you in advance
Asked by: Alfredo
Actually it does not really! You need to use the build in inverter and your regular 110V charger. So a huge waste of your battery power because of the inverter. The older model had a 12V outlet that could be used directly. Bad business decision by Goal Zero!
Answered by: Stefan
Date published: 2020-10-25
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