The Titan+ 1500 Kit will run essentials very easily and charge even easier. The total battery capacity of this kit is 4,000wh which is close to 4x the closest competitor for a portable solar generator. This means that there is enough power stored up in the batteries to run all the essentials all day long as well as through the night.
On top of that, because it has 1,500 watts of solar power with it, the Titan can charge in as little as 3 hours! Since it charges so fast and has a large battery capacity running items like the refrigerator, freezer, lights, fans, small A/C units, power tools, pumps, TV, electric cooktops, and so on will run very easily.
Expect to make power even when the clouds are out. On clear sunny days, it will be easy to run all of the necessary equipment to power through an emergency.
The diagram shows the series/parallel connection style which allows for a high amount of power to be put into one charge port.
Each array of panels are put into groups of 5 panels. All 5 panels are connected to each other in a series style, meaning connectors on the panels are connected male to female. This leaves one male and one female connector on the ends of the array. Those will get connected into a parallel style connection with the other arrays using the 3-way adapter.
Note: The solar panels, cables, and extra accessories are not sourced from Point Zero Energy directly. The Titan, Titan batteries, panel adapters, and other small accessories are sourced from Point Zero Energy.
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I don't worry about the lights going out anymore with this kit.
It works as advertised. Pretty easy to set up and makes a lot of power. The battery bank is the most impressive. I got a third battery for our system. It's pretty massive but has a ton of power so I like that.
This is the longest lasting and most powerful solar generator I have ever seen or used. I have used a few others over the years like the Goal Zero Yeti and the Inergy Kodiak and they don't even compare to the Titan. I like that the battery is rated to 2,000wh and 2,000 lifecycles. Point Zero really seems to know what they're doing with building these systems. My system has two batteries and they stay charged up all the time with my panels connected.
I've only used it once so far but it worked very well. I did some testing on it to see if it really did as they claimed. I did a woodworking project where I ran my chop saw, table saw, router, air compressor, and other things like recharging batteries for my cordless tools. I did all of that while having the panels connected and it barely wore down the battery. I love it. This makes sure that I can still run my business even if the power goes out.
I got this system because I needed something to run my small off grid cabin. This makes running everything in the cabin very easy and we make plenty of power every day. We run simple things like a fan, lights, tv, router, and fridge. We haven't had any issues with it at all and is very quiet. It's rare that the fan turns on I think because we're not running that much on it.