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Titan+ 2000 Flexx Kit

$13,313.00 $7,695.00

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Charge Time ≈ 2hrs

Includes:
1 – Titan Solar Generator (Inverter & Battery)
1 – Titan Expansion Battery
20 – Flexx 100 Solar Panels (2,000w)
4 – DC Charger Plugs
2 – 100ft Cable Set
4 – 15ft Cable Set
2 – 2-Way MC4 Branch Connector
2 – Anderson Powerpole to MC4 Adapter
1 – MC4 Tool Set
2 – XXL Tech Protect Faraday/EMP Bags
6 – USB Chain Lights
1 – Titan Reset Cable
1 – AC/Wall Charger
1 – Car Charger
4 – Panel Carry Cases
1 – Cable Carry Case

*This item is on backorder. Any NEW orders will begin shipping in November 2020

Available on backorder

Description

The Titan+ 2000 Kit is the ultimate setup for 110/120v power. This will charge in 2 hours with ease on a sunny day. It holds 4,000wh of battery and has 2,000wh of panels with it which makes it the strongest setup for an emergency, RV, van and portable power.

Running items like refrigerators, freezers, TV, fans, lights, laundry machine, pumps, computers, food processors, vacuum, power tools, food dehydrator, phone chargers and so on are very easy.

Whether you’re trying to run your equipment during a power outage or you are powering an off-grid location, the Titan+ 2000 Kit simply cannot be beaten with its flexibility and adaptability.

See Titan specs here

Connection Diagram:

Titan+ 2000 Setup Diagram

 

 

 

 

This diagram shows the ultimate Titan+ 2000 kit and how it connects together.

Utilizing the series/parallel combination allows for maximum power to be input into each a single port. Charging at a 2-hour charge speed keeps the battery safe from being damaged as well as allows it to charge very quickly from the sun.

There are 4 arrays of panels. Each array has 5 panels. The 5 panels in each array are connected together in series, meaning one to another directly with the male and female plugs. Then each array is connected together in parallel using the 4-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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by Josh W. on Powered Portable Solar Generator
Go with the big kit

Initially I thought I would just go with one of the smaller kits to just run my basic essentials but I decided to go big or go home and get the Titan 2000 kit. It runs my fridge, large deep chest freezer, TV, lights, chargers, and everything else I can put on without breaking a sweat. I used the outlet timers as suggested in his videos too and those help a lot. With running everything I want for a blackout the Titan only gets down to about 60% overnight so it charges up very quickly each day. Even on cloudy days I am charging it back up pretty quickly with the full panel system up.

by Robert D. on Powered Portable Solar Generator
I don't like it, I LOVE it!

Wow. Ben has been an amazing resource for us. We had so many questions on what we needed to run our essentials for a long time. Where we are we get long power outages sometimes up to a couple weeks long. Now I know without a doubt we will be okay with this system. I haven't done any heavy testing on it since I don't run a lot of heavy equipment. I wanted to make sure we could make as much power as possible and have our batteries last as long as possible. I have done some basic testing with it and everything works exactly as needed. I'm glad the kit comes with everything because we had no idea what else we would've needed. Thanks Ben.

I'm glad you like it so much Bob. Thanks for the feedback.

by John T. on Powered Portable Solar Generator
Works great

It finally arrived and I am glad I got the Titan 2000 kit for my needs. I was a little confused on the initial setup but then I watched the video that Ben made about how to set it up the first time and that answered all my questions. Now it works exactly as needed.

Thanks, John! Glad to hear it works for you as you wanted it to.

by Stuart P. on Powered Portable Solar Generator
I'm glad I waited for it

I bought this as soon as it was available. When I first saw it I knew I had to get one for my emergency backup supply. I did the initial balance of the batteries as suggested and then connected everything up. The first thing I ran was my coffee machine just to see how well my Titan worked. It barelly put a dent in the batteries after making my coffee! I love and I am glad I was one of the first to get one.

Thanks Stuart! Glad you like it.

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