With this special offer you will receive one (1) Expandable FUEL-LESS™ Generator, one (1) 100-Watt Solar Panel, one (1) 20′ Solar Panel Extension Cord, one (1) Hand Crank, one (1) Carrying Cart, and one (1) 2017 Expandable FUEL-LESS™ Generator Instructional DVD. $3,710 Value.Read More
With this special offer you will receive one (1) Expandable FUEL-LESS™ Generator, one (1) 100-Watt Solar Panel, one (1) 20′ Solar Panel Extension Cord, one (1) Hand Crank, one (1) Carrying Cart, and one (1) 2017 Expandable FUEL-LESS™ Generator Instructional DVD. $3,710 Value.
The Expandable Fuel-less Generator is a smart and seamless solution that protects you when outages leave you powerless for an extended period of time. The quiet, portable device is all about practicality and endurance, lasting up to 2,500 complete life cycles. Other generators try, but none can match the power of the Expandable and still offer all of the following:
Dimensions: 15.75″ L x 9.375″ W x 13.375″ H
Weight: 46 lbs (20.87 kg)
Operating Temperatures: 32–194 °F (0–50 °C)
Lithium Iron Phosphate Based Chemistry (LFP)
Prismatic Cell Geometry
50 Amp/h (600W/h)
Rated for 2500 charge and discharge cycles
Minimum Charge Time: 3.5 Hours
Charge Retention: 1 Year (80%)
Integrated Inverter: 120V AC Pure Sine Wave, 9600W for 300 ms, then 1600W for 5 seconds then 1500W continuous
Max AC charge current: 4.5A
Max DC charge current: 15A
Max DC Output Current: 30A @12V DC
Max DC Input Current: 15A @ 12V–50V DC
Cooled by one rear-mounted 2800 RPM 33dB fan
6-Bar Battery-Shaped Gauge
Always visible when the unit is powered on, so you always know that your battery is charged
The generator has an LED-lit master power button next to the LCD display. The LED will be illuminated when the generator is on and will not be illuminated when the generator is off.
Anderson Power Pole Connectors with a total 15A using 12V-50VDC input
AC: 110V–120V 60Hz: two outlets share a combined total power limit of 1500W, with 2000W peak for less than 5 milliseconds
USB: 4 USB outlets, each capable of 3A at 5VDC, with a shared total current limit of 8A (40W max output)
Anderson Power Pole Connector: Capable of 20A @ 12VDC shared current limit (240W max output)
DC: 12V Cigarette Lighter Adapter, capable of 10A output (120W max output)
The FUEL-LESS™ Generator 100-Watt Foldable Solar Panel uses high efficiency solar cells made from quality silicon material, producing high conversion efficiency and long term output stability and reliability with virtually no maintenance. Rated for 20-year service life.
*An efficiency rating measures the percentage of sunlight hitting the solar cell that gets converted into usable electricity.
Dimensions: Unfolded – 26.5″ x 42″ x 1.25″, Folded – 26.5″ x 21″ x 2.5″
Partner Questions & Answers
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Would an EMP blast fry the solar panels? If so how would you protect them, they won’t fit in an EMP bag?
There is mixed information on whether solar panels should or should not be protected from EMP. In most cases, it appears that it depends on your particular setup. We recommend researching EMP effects on solar panels to determine whether or not you will need to protect your solar panel.
What can I run with this amount of power? I am a widow and not familiar with this technology, could I run a hot plate of one burner?
Thank you and God bless you!
Sometimes if you contact the manufacturer of the product you want to run and ask them how many watts it takes to run the appliance they’ll let you know via email. I know I contacted a couple in the past and they emailed me back with the information. I know the newer microwaves are about 1200 watts, so this would run them.
You will also need to take into account the “peak” watts for an appliance as well. Our experience is that most microwaves over 600 Watts have a higher peak required and typically will not work with the generator. When inquiring about the watt usage of a device, also ask for its peak watts required. Peak watts usually occur when a device is being turned on.
The simplest conversion formula to convert watts to amps is based on the formula for amps, which is power (in Watts) divided by Volts. This is written as I(Amps) = P(Watts) / V(Volts). By simply rearranging this formula, it is easy to convert amps to watts and vice versa.
The Expandable Generator offers a max continuous current of 1500 Watts. This means that you can run any device or appliance up to 1500 Watts using the Expandable Generator. We recommend checking the amount of watts required to run your device before plugging it in to the generator. Our experience is that most small appliances can be used with the Expandable Generator along with some larger appliances including refrigerators and washing machines.