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Titan Solar Generator – Is it worth it? (Specs and Video)

When the lights go dark you will want backup power.

Point Zero Energy makes a solar generator called Titan that can provide much needed power. It is worth having because it provides tons of power.

It is better for home use than a camping trip due to weighing 65 lbs with just 1 battery. It has enough power to run an RV or off-grid cabin.

 

Features:

  • Provides 2200 wH of power
  • 6 outlets
  • 6 usb ports
  • Portable
  • 2 solar panels providing 2000 watts max
  • 2 AC inputs
  • 1 car power plug
  • Black with yellow trim, digital display
  • Uses lithium-ion battery stackable, can use up to 6
  • 3000 watt sine wave inverter
  • Peak power output 6k watts
  • 92% efficient
  • Can power a fridge or TV for 30 hours

 

It is kind of expensive. The price is about $3000 and it comes with 1 battery. Extra batteries are $1400 each.

Expected life is 10 years.

Note: The batteries weigh 35 lbs each, so with 2 batteries it is 100 lbs. It is considered portable.

It is kinda noisy with the built in cooling fans running.

MPPT charge controller for 2 solar inputs.

 

Specifications:

  • battery voltage 29v, 74ah capacity
  • max charge current 40A
  • max discharge current 100A
  • output 120v pure sine wave
  • no load power use 10 watts
  • MPPT input 30A per port
  • AC charging 600 watts per
  • car port 150 watts
  • 1 30 amp RV outlet
  • Size: 18x12x12 inches

How solar panels work to generate electricity.

More info on Zero Point Energy https://www.pointzeroenergy.com/product/titan-solar-generator/

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