Funk’N Savings with Portable Solar Generators

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Using Nature’s Power with a Solar Powered Portable Generator

A Portable Solar Generator is a wise and practical choice for remote areas, emergencies, camping, cottages and country homes.

Despite what most people may think, Installing a portable solar energy unit is a relatively simple process, with most systems offering an uncomplicated plug and play install. In some cases you’ll just need to plug the panel into a Battery Box.

However, installations and hook-ups do vary depending upon the size, design and style. Solar isn’t like the simpler invention of Nikola Tesla that we hear so much about yet understand so little of, but rather the accepted mainstream alternate energy choice.

Solar powered generators also come in smaller bundles and can be used to supply power to notebook computers, satellite telephones, and even electric tools. Below you’ll find a variety of popular solar options to choose from.

 Wagan EL2546 Solar e Cube 1500Check Price

Wagan Solar e Cube 1500 – This is a handy unit! There’s no assembly required either; it’s ready to use right out of the boss. You can also expand it if you need to, with extra solar panels and/or batteries. Each solar panel is 16 watts each and they unfold then slide out from the unit itself. There are two outlets to power appliances like your radio, computer, tv, or a standard fridge and freezer. There’s also 2 USB power ports where you can charge electronic devices if you need too. The portability and easy to use aspect of this device makes it very appealing. Take it camping if you need too or just take it anywhere you feel there’s a risk of losing power. The handle makes it easy to port as well – almost like luggage on wheels.

 Goal Zero 39004 Yeti 1250 Silver/Black XX-Large Solar Generator KitCheck Price

Goal Zero Yeti 1250 XX-Large Solar Generator Kit – Use to power critical items such as lights, tools, a fridge or health related equipment. Unit runs quietly and of course, there’s no fumes. It’s safe to use indoors and there’s no cords that need to be run from the outside. The two solar panels are used to charge the device in 24 hours. Adding more solar panels reduces the charge time.

Xantrex 802-1500 XPower 1,500 Watt Portable PowerpackXantrex 802-1500 XPower 1,500 Watt Portable PowerpackK-tor Power Box 20 Watt Pedal Generator, Emergency Charger, Any Portable Devices Charger, Can Charge a 12 Volt Battery, Lightweight, Strong Polycarbonate PlasticK-tor Power Box 20 Watt Pedal Generator, Emergency Charger, Any Portable Devices Charger, Can Charge a 12 Volt Battery, Lightweight, Strong Polycarbonate PlasticGoal Zero 22004 Yeti 150 Solar GeneratorGoal Zero 22004 Yeti 150 Solar GeneratorNature Power 50262 280-Watt Monocrystalline Solar Powered 12-Volt Battery Charger Set Includes 2 140-Watt PanelsNature Power 50262 280-Watt Monocrystalline Solar Powered 12-Volt Battery Charger Set Includes 2 140-Watt PanelsSunforce 50048 60W Solar Charging KitSunforce 50048 60W Solar Charging KitGo Power! Solar Elite Complete Solar and Inverter System with 320 Watts of SolarGo Power! Solar Elite Complete Solar and Inverter System with 320 Watts of SolarSunforce (58050) 55 Watt Coleman Solar Power Generator KitSunforce (58050) 55 Watt Coleman Solar Power Generator KitKISAE 40400 1800-Watt Power Kit with 40-Watt Solar PanelKISAE 40400 1800-Watt Power Kit with 40-Watt Solar PanelRenogy 100 Watts 12 Volts Monocrystalline Solar PanelRenogy 100 Watts 12 Volts Monocrystalline Solar Panel

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