The Titan+ 2000 Rigid Kit is the absolute maximum setup for 120v power for emergencies, rv, van and portable power. Featuring an incredible battery capacity of 4,000wh it can be charged in as little as 2 hours. It includes 2,000 watts in solar panels featuring the rigid monocrystalline solar panels that have been tested and proven to give amazing 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. This kit ensures that through multiple cloudy days you still have some power in the batteries and can charge super fast for those short bursts of sunlight through the clouds.
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.
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.
Titan Solar Generator Specifications
|Titan Solar Generator|
|Battery Capacity||2000 Wh|
|Inverter Continuous||3000 W|
|Inverter Peak||6000 W @ 10 sec|
|Battery Type||Lithium-Ion (Lithium NMC)|
|Battery Lifetime Cycles||2,000|
|Max Solar Power Input (1 Battery)||1,000 Wh|
|Max Solar Power Input (2+ Batteries)||2,000 Wh|
|Simultaneous Charging||Yes – can use multiple charge ports at once. Allows for solar + wind or other combinations|
|Sine Wave Type||Pure|
|Weight||66lb (31lb top piece + 35lb/battery). Pieces separate for easy portability|
|110V Outlets||6 (15 amp)|
|12V Outlets||4 DC Cigarette Lighter (comes with removable USB plugs installed)|
|RV 30A Outlet||Yes (25A rated)|
**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.
More Titan Solar Kits
Our kits range from 500 – 2,000 Watts with the choice of Rigid 100W Panels or the flexible Flexx 100W Panels. If you need help finding the right size kit for you, feel free to contact us directly!
- Titan 500W Rigid Kit
- Titan 500W Flexx Kit
- Titan 1000W Rigid Kit
- Titan 1000W Flexx Kit
- Titan+ 1500W Rigid Kit
- Titan+ 1500W Flexx Kit
- Titan+ 2000W Rigid Kit
- Titan+ 2000W Flexx Kit
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I got the Titan 2000 rigid kit. You can charge while you use it which is a huge advantage. I have recommended this generator to friends who have purchased it. It is well worth the back-order wait.
I ordered within a few days of the Titan becoming available. I'm am really happy with my system. The panels are a little bulky but I don't need to move them around very much so they work great for me. We experience a power outage for a day here in Wyoming and I was glad we had the Titan as a backup. I didn't connect the panels to it for the day the power was out. Having the two batteries on it makes a huge difference as far as how long it lasts. The power was only out for about 18 hours but the battery percentage didn't go down very low running all of our stuff for those 18 hours. I am now confident that if we get a power outage that lasts a long time we will be in good shape.
I'm blown away by how much power the Titan makes! I was a little skeptical at first because this hadn't been around very long. Point Zero and Ben have been great to work with and I haven't had any issues with my system at all. I love making so much power from my panels. Thanks for an awesome product!
I highly recommend this system. The rigid panels really are not very heavy at all and are easy to setup. I used the solar panel stand that he recommends in his videos with my rigid panels and it works great.