This is the Titan Solar Generator. It is the most versatile, expandable and powerful portable solar generator on planet earth. With the power to expand with stacking lithium-ion batteries and add up two 2,000 watts in solar panels it can run nearly anything. This is a 3,000 watt and 120v inverter.
It can easily handle 10,000wh in battery capacity. It can expand its solar capacity to 2,000 watts which means it can charge up to 10,000wh in a 5 hour period.
It uses a 24v battery setup instead of the lower 12v as seen in other units.
Battery Capacity: 2,000wh
Inverter: 3,000w Continuous | 6,000w Peak 10sec.
Battery Type: Lithium-Ion (Lithium NMC)
Battery Lifetime Cycles: 2,000
Max Solar Power Input 1 Battery: 1,000wh
Max Solar Power Input 2+ Batteries: 2,000wh
Simultaneous Charging: Yes – Can use multiple charge ports at once. Allows for solar + wind or other combinations.
MPPT Controller: Yes, has 2
Sine Wave Type: Pure
Weight: ≈32lbs Top Piece + ≈35lbs Each Battery (Top inverter piece separates from the battery for easy transportation and portability)
110v Outlets: 6 (15 amp)
12v Outlets: 4 DC Cigarette Lighter (comes with removable USB plugs installed)
RV 30amp Outlet: Yes (25amp rated)
Warranty Length: 2 Years
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 purchased a Titan with an extra battery(two batteries total) and AC wall charger (two total) on November 30, 2019 and received it mid March 2020 just before the corona virus stuff really got bad. I ordered it from Ben at poweredportablesolar.com. He always answered my emails during the time it was back ordered and gave me time frames for shipping. It ended up being about two weeks later than originally promised, but he delivered an excellent product. I really like the Titan. In the last two weeks I have used it at home to power my main TV, an 1800 watt deep fryer, and a portable refrigerator with no issues whatsoever. I also plan to use it when boondocking in my RV. I purchased 10-100 watt panels off of Amazon and use a ground based array in a 5S 2P configuration. IF/WHEN the sun shines here in Michigan, I get nearly full solar power input from the panels. With thick cloud cover I can still generate about 200-300 watts. The unit has a 3000 watt inverter (6000 watt surge) and can handle up to 2000 watts of solar input via two solar controllers capable of up to 145 Volts PV input. It will allow you to connect more than 2000 watts worth of panels if you want to try to harvest power on cloudy days, but the max input is 2000 watts. The AC wall chargers are capable of more than 500 watts each, and since I do live in Michigan, I have had to use them more than I would like. The two AC chargers can recharge the 4 kHr of batteries in about 4 hours from 0% to over 95%. If it had LiFePo4 batteries it would just about be perfect and I am told that LiFePo4 batteries will be available later this year. It's not cheap but it is competitive with individually sourced components, and the fact that it can be unstacked and moved fairly easily was a key selling point for me as I plan to use it for both home and RV.
Bruce thanks for the review and I am very glad you're thoroughly enjoying your Titan system!
This was definitely more expensive than anything else out there like the Goal Zero and Inergy systems. But after looking at the specs and comparisons between the units the Goal Zero and Inergy products simply can't do what the Titan can do. The Titan beats them all. During a power outage, this thing is absolutely invaluable. It makes like 100x easier to have a solar generator than a gas generator which we all know will run out of gas during any natural disaster, emergency or power outage. The Titan is the best.
The Titan is way ahead of everyone else out there. The ability to stack batteries, detach them for easy mobility, huge inverter and bonified power output is unmatched by anyone in the industry. Way to go Titan!
It took a few months to arrive which I wasn't very happy about but I am glad it's finally here. I have tested it running things around my house and it works just like any other solar generator as far as just turning it on, plugging stuff into it and it runs.
James, I appreciate your patience in all of this. I understand that it was a bit of time to wait but that's why we had the "Pre-Order" where people could order and get it as soon as they were shipping out and be at the top of the list. We did mention it would be a few months before it would ship out. As always if you have any questions or need help with anything just let me know.
I couldn't be happier with my Titan. It does everything they said it could do. I didn't buy a solar generator for a very long time because it seemed like so many companies were making claims that the solar generators couldn't actually do. The Titan is the first one I have seen that can do everything they say it can do.
I have had it for a little while now and have no issues. I definitely recommend it to anyone who is looking for some real power in an easy to use setup. Many family members of mine are now looking at the Titan as their primary backup option since it doesn't require any gas it's so much easier!
I think it's an incredible unit. Ben was very helpful as well as the people at Point Zero in answering my questions. I am a complete novice when it comes to everything solar. My husband already had some panels and so we use our own panels and they seem to work great with it. We like being able to power our essentials in case of an emergency.
It was a bit heavy but it's really easy to use. I like being able to just flip the switch and it's on. No need to use a pull start like on our old gas generator. This is definitely easier to move around than our gas generator too. I like the clean energy that I can keep inside and protected where I don't have to worry about any dangerous fumes for my family.
The Titan gets two big thumbs up from me. It worked no problem with the panels I already had.