With the Titan+ 1500 Rigid kit running the essentials is extremely easy and charges very quickly. The “+” indicates that a second battery is included in the kit. This expands the “fuel tank” or capacity from 2,000wh to double that at 4,000wh which is huge! This is four times that of the closest competitor.
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 leave 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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Yes this thing is a bit expensive but there is nothing else like it out there. I have looked at solar generators for year and always felt like they were never enough and were too focused on people who want to charge cameras and laptops on the go. My power needs require much more than little toys like that and this thing is extremely powerful. Just get it, it's worth it.
I was originally looking at the Goal Zero Yeti Lithium 3000 solar generator because I needed a big battery bank. The reason I had issues with the Yeti was that the most amount of solar panels I could put on it was about 700 watts total which wasn't enough daily power to recharge it. Once I found the Titan and saw that each battery was 2,000wh and that they were really easy to stack I was sold. It has worked great so far for me.
This is a serious solar generator. I have yet to drain this down to 0% while running all of my stuff on it. Finally someone has made a system that is worth getting. I looked around for months trying to find something that would fit my needs. I even looked at building my own but it is beyond confusing to build one. I researched for months how to do a DIY system when I randomly stumbled on the Titan. I knew once I saw the videos on it that this was exactly what I was looking for. The 3,000w inverter is plenty big so I can run my microwave and not have to worry about shutting everything else off at the same time.
I am so glad that I didn't have to build my own system in order to get the things I needed. I keep my system on a furniture dolly so it's easy to move around since mine has 2 batteries on it. It is definitely heavy with the 2 batteries attached. Since I'm a little older in age I don't want to be carrying that around. Getting things out of the boxes wasn't too bad and stacking it all together was pretty easy. One of my batteries had one of the latches that was a little off and Point Zero got it fixed for me right away. Their customer service has been great to work with.
This has been nothing but good for us. We have had no issues with it so far. We use it for basic needs as well as my wife's CPAP machine at night when the power is out. We get ice storms every year and it's not uncommon for the power to go out at least once or twice each winter. When the power went out this last time it was in the evening. We ran an extension cable from our laundry room where the Titan is into our bedroom for my wife's CPAP. It worked perfectly all night long and didn't use much power at all even running the fridge too.