Titan (No Panels)
1 – Titan solar generator (Inverter & Battery)
1 – Wall charger
1 – Anderson Powerpole to PV Connector adapter
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.
How It Measures Up
The Titan Solar Generator is the best in its class. See the numbers for yourself! The chart below shows how the Titan Solar Generator compares to the top competing portable solar generators.
|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.
Titan Solar Kits
Be sure to check out our exclusive deals on Titan Solar Generator 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 purchased the Titan 1000W Flexx Kit several months ago to be used for emergency backup power source for my mountain cabin (on the GRID). I live in the fire-prone CA foothills with frequent utility power shutoffs in extreme fire danger conditions. Recently, the compressor failed on the cabin central AC, with 100F+ heat! We moved to our fifth wheel RV, using 20amp shore power. Well, the 15000 BTU AC kept popping the breaker. So, to shed some of the electric load, I activated the Titan, using 300 Watts of FLEXX panels mounted to 6' long 1 1/4" slotted angle rack, to power the TV, satellite and satellite receiver. See Minute Man Prep YT Video: "MOST Affordable and Lightweight Portable Solar Panel Stand." That did the trick with the Titan recovering each day and no more breaker issues. Although this real world example barely scratched the surface of the Titan's capability, it was a perfect fit to meet my needs at the time. The modular nature of the solar panel stand with only the FLEXX panels I needed was most appreciated. I have installed a home integration breaker panel off the main breaker panel, to power 5 key circuits of the cabin with the Titan and the 1000 Watts of Solar in the event of a GRID power outage. I can't recommend the Titan with 1000W Kit enough! Thanks, Ben, for a great transaction and always being there to answer questions and provide support.
Well all the Titan reviews speak for themselves. I want to give a shout-out to Ben for all of his great help from ordering to delivery during a difficult period of back orders and shipping delays. The wait was worth it on the product side. But Ben was most patient and helpful. Highly recommend him and his company for any need.
I've searched for a robust solar generator for a while. There are quite a few out there on the market and I've tried to purchase a number of them but no vendor would ship to Hawaii. I eventually across the Titan Solar Generator and was amazed with it's performance and specs. Ben was incredibly helpful in getting the Titan Solar Generator delivered to me in Hawaii and the shipping cost was reasonable. This generator can power the fridge, computers, lights, chargers, etc with ease. I don't use the generator every week or even every month, so it's usually in storage. I'm pleased that it can sit idle for months and it still retains is charge. I've had this generator for over a year and it's great. The best part is that my wife has peace of mind, knowing that we have backup power in the event of an emergency. Thanks for the great service Ben!
I live in South Florida and was looking for something to provide power after a hurricane or other power outage. I wound up on a solar generator buying spree. I have the Titan, 2 Jackery units, the Inergy Kodiak, the Bluetti AC200, and multiple off brand units. Power them with 3000 watts worth of portable solar panels.
I find that all of them work well for their respective class. What make the Titan my outstanding favorite is that it is in a class by itself. No other generator comes close to its capabilities. 2000 watt charging? Only the Titan. It also handles huge loads with ease. 3000 watts continuous and 6000 watt surge? Again, only the Titan has figures like this. It can power my RV with the TT-30 outlet, something very few other generators have. Can run my lights, refrigerator, microwave, even my Coleman Mach air conditioner, no problem. It has plenty of ac and dc outlets, for all your power and charging needs.
Breaking down the main unit and batteries is as easy as flipping a couple of latches. This makes it easy to move, as your only looking at 35 lbs or so per piece. My Bluetti is 53 lbs, one piece; I feel that is too heavy to realistically carry around. The Titan has a simple connect system for the batteries. Just set one on top of the other, flip the latches, and you're done. No wires to hook up, and it's impossible to connect them incorrectly.
I love my Titan and show it off to my friends at every chance! So many great features. I would buy it again in a heartbeat.
Bought this for my brother, really was impressed with quality and features. I am in the process of buying another for myself. We needed them for power outages for our refrigerators and freezers. So far very nice at units, highly recommended! And great customer service, you get to talk to Ben personally...
I ended up going with the titan for my custom van build and I couldn't be happier with the purchase. I can travel anywhere I want to now and use power tools, listen to music, provide light for a gathering, or even be prepared for a blackout. The Titan just works. I had a great experience with the customer support team when I was trying to figure out different setting options and felt like they really gave a crap about delivering a solid product. HIGHLY RECOMMEND
I had previously bought an Inergy Apex to provide power to a small stationary camper with a 30 amp plug that is on property that we own in Minnesota. That product claimed to have a 1500 watt inverter, but to my disappointment it would not power anything over about 700-800 watts...essentially rendering it useless for this particular application.
Subsequently, I bought the Titan with one battery and combined it with two 200 watt panels that are fixed to the roof. It worked flawlessly (once I figured out that my panels had to be wired in series). I did find that on cloudy days I could not fully recharge it, however. So this year I'm adding an additional battery and two more panels. I like the ease by which one can expand the system and appreciate that the product does what it claims to do. I'll implement the expansion this summer. With the second battery I'll be able to pull up the full 3000 watts which will permit us to run everything that we want to (at least for some period of time). Consequently, we should be able to totally avoid using our noisy gas generator (who wants to go camping and listen to all that noise!).
Finally received my Titan in late November (sort of promised in September). I bought extra battery to get full 3kW 120V output. I have 24 Renogy 100W Solar panels, arranged in (6S, 6S) in parallel, twice. Not on roof, but mounted on twin bed frame, 3 per frame. I added wheels to make them easily movable to relocate for best sun in my back yard. Panels are tilted about 23 deg. - not ideal for Oregon, but there you go. The first capacity test on Titan batteries came in at 3.58kW. At 90.8% inverter efficiency, that's 3.95kW, close enough to 4kW. I have since added a Battleborn 24V 50 Ah battery to my system - now 198Ah capacity. (Made sure Titan batteries no-load were within 0.1V of BB battery before plugging in BB battery to aux input.) I'm installing a Reliance 30A 10-circuit Transfer Switch to power house lights, refrigerator, microwave, gas furnace, dishwasher, etc. - some of these only part-time in the winter. I am very pleased with the performance of the Titan. Excellent specs, "portable", easy to use, better IMO than gas generator for emergency power backup.
The Titan is a very capable and sturdy solar generator unit fit for a family of five to survive on. We purchased an extra battery pack .
We use this with our existing solar panels, replacing oldee charge contoller, inverter, and batteries on our off grid cabin. We did run into a long period of cloudy weather while we were away, depleting our batteries and tripping into safety mode. A simple reset took care of the issue and we have since added another battery. The Titan has exceeded our expectations.
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