Titan 500 Rigid Kit
Charge Time ≈ 4hrs
1 – Titan Solar Generator (Inverter & Battery)
5 – Rigid 100w Panels (500w)
4 – DC Charging Plugs
1 – 100ft Solar Panel Cable Set
1 – Anderson Powerpole to MC4 Adapter
1 – MC4 Tool Set
1 – XXL Tech Protect Faraday/EMP Bags
2 – USB Chain Lights
1 – Titan Reset Cable
1 – Car Charger
1 – AC/Wall Charger
*This item is on backorder. Any NEW orders will begin shipping in November 2020
Available on backorder
The Titan 500 Rigid Kit is the perfect setup for people who are in need of emergency power for long term power outages. This is designed for running the essentials. It uses the 100 watt rigid panels which are more affordable but weight much more than the Flexx panels.
This was designed around the idea of running essentials such as the refrigerator, fans, lights, tv and other small electronics for an extended period of time. Because of the large battery capacity that comes in the Titan of 2,000wh, there is plenty of stored power to run even when the sun is not out.
Using all 500 watts in solar panels means that it is easy to charge the Titan within 4 to 5 hours. This means that it is possible to be running equipment during the day and still be charging up and the battery can be at 100% by the end of the day ready for the night.
The Titan is very user-friendly with no way to incorrectly connect cables.
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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It is definitely worth getting. There is nothing else like it and I love that the battery disconnects from the top half so it's easy to move. The panels are pretty easy to move around too. I HIGHLY recommend it.
It does exactly what it's supposed to do. We love having it.
I have a work trailer that I use for my business where I can run things like my saws and air compressors. I mounted the 5 panels to the roof of the trailer and keep the Titan inside where I plug everything into it. It works very well but I think I will add another 5 panels so I can make even more power and do bigger jobs. Right now it's just smaller jobs so it works well.
I have used mine on my travel trailer as well as in my home and it's very easy to use. After I did the initial setup following the user manual it was good to go. I have had no problems with it at all and it does everything I need it to do.