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Details & Specs
The next time you head away from it all, keep your devices and power station charged up and ready with the Nomad 50 Solar Panel from Goal Zero.
This unit has a 4-panelled design that folds in on itself with a seamlessly integrated magnetic flap closure and multiple stitched-in hanging loops around the outer edges. There are 2 zippered mesh exterior pockets – one for storage of small devices or accessories, the other houses 3 built-in cables: 1 x 8mm output, 1 x 8mm chaining connector and 1 x USB output port. The monocrystalline cells have an open circuit voltage of 18-22V with a 50W power rating and male solar port up to 3.3A, plus a 5V USB-A port up to 2.4A (12W max). With optimal sunshine, this unit will collect enough grunt to keep your laptop charged, as well as your fridge and other essentials.
For those who want power with packability and portability, then Goal Zero’s Nomad 50 Watt Foldable Solar Panel gives you the rugged versatility you want for longer trips off-grid.
50 Watt folding panel
Designed for mobile base camps and extended adventures
Ideal for charging other Goal Zero products, plus laptops, fridges, and electronic essentials
Built-in 8mm 6Ft male output charging cable for Goal Zero Yeti and Sherpa
Built-in 8mm chaining connector
Built-in USB-A port
Goal Zero Sherpa 100PD: Charges in 8-16 hours
Goal Zero Yeti 200X: Charges in 4-8 hours
Goal Zero Yeti 500X: Charges in 12-24 hours
43.2L x 134.6W x 3.8H cm
43.2L x 28.6W x 6.4H cm
Monocrystalline Panels | Synthetic
USB 5V up to 2.4A, 12W Max | Solar Port (Blue, 8mm, male): 14 − 22V up to 3.3A, 50W max
Camping | 4WD | Expedition
Staff tip:The chaining connector allows this panel to be connected to up to 150 Watts but for power stations less than 1000, it's recommended to use no more than 2 x 50W panels at a time so as not to exceed the input ratings.