Nomad 50

$579.95

SKU: GZ11920 Category:

Product Description

Built tough for mobile base camps and off-grid adventures, the Nomad 50 is perfect for longer trips when you need more power without sacrificing packability. The versatile four-panel design makes it easy to unfold and collect solar power while stationary, then quickly pack away in tight spaces in your vehicle while traveling. Pair with a Yeti Power Station to keep laptops charged, run portable fridges, and power essential electronics.

Features

Four monocrystalline panels enclosed in a protective case.

Hanging loops allow you to strap the panel to vehicles, tents, and more.

Built-in charging cables for use with Goal Zero Yeti Power Stations, Sherpa Power Banks, and USB devices.

Integrated 8mm cable lets you chain additional solar panels for faster charge times.

RECOMMENDED POWER PAIRINGS

Sherpa 100PD: Charges in 8-16 Hours
Yeti 200X: Charges in 4-8 Hours
Yeti 500X: Charges in 12-24 Hours

Specs

  • Rated Power: 50W
  • Open Circuit Voltage (Voc): 18-22V
  • Cell Type: Monocrystalline
  • Solar Port (blue, 8mm, male): 14-22V, up to 3.3A (50W max)
  • USB-A Port: 5V, up to 2.4A (12W max)
  • Chainable: up to 150 Watts
  • Weight: 3.1 kg
  • Dimensions (unfolded): 43.2 x 134.6 x 3.8 cm
  • Dimensions (folded): 43.2 x 28.6 x 6.4 cm

What's Included

1 x Nomad 50 Solar Panel

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