Baking Potatoes Powering an RV With Jackery’s Biggest Solar Generator Kit
We’ve reviewed a number of power stations and solar generator kits here at CleanTechnica, including most of what Jackery offers. Previously, I’ve reviewed kits as small as the Explorer 300, charged by a single 60-watt panel, and kits as large as the Explorer 1500, with 400 watts of panels. But, if you’re doing professional work, want to provide power to power-hungry appliances, or just have a fancy “glamping” setup with all of the comforts of home, even the Explorer 1500 will start to show its limits.
But it turns out that I hadn’t seen the biggest the company had to offer. Recently, Jackery sent me an Explorer 2000 Pro, their biggest power station, and six of their larger SolarSaga 200 watt solar panels.
Before I get to the solar panels, let’s talk about the hulk of a power station they sent over. It’s got a massive 2,160 watt-hours of storage. If you’re into EVs and are familiar with kilowatt-hours (kWh), that’s about 2.2 kWh. You wouldn’t be able to drive very far on that energy, but this is a LOT of battery storage for something with a handle that you can carry around and put in the back of a car for a camping trip, or in the back of a truck to go do work.
This power station could run a microwave oven for well over an hour (something you’d never really do), or run power tools of all kinds almost all day (if you’re using them for a few seconds at a time like most jobsites require). Really, with 2200 watts max steady output and 4400 watts peak output, you can power just about anything that doesn’t require a 240-volt plug.
Like other Jackery power stations, it has a variety of plugs. There are three 120-volt US wall plugs, several USB-C plugs, a USB-A plug, a 12-volt 10-amp cigarette lighter plug, and a light to see what you’re doing with these plugs in the dark. On the back, there are two DC-power inputs for the solar panels or car charger, and a plug like you’d find on the power supply of most desktop computers.
One particularly nice thing about this station is how fast it can charge on AC power, but it’s something you have to be careful with. It can pull up to 15 amps from a wall plug, charging up in around 2 hours. But, if you plug it in on a household circuit that’s already powering other things, you could pop a breaker. So, plan accordingly.
One big (and I do mean BIG) downside is how big and heavy the unit is. It weighs over 40 pounds. So, if you want something lighter, go with another Jackery unit. But, size-wise, it’s not that bad compared to the smaller Explorer 1500. That’s because it has a flat top and a folding handle instead of the signature Jackery top handle. This makes it a lot easier to fit in a closet or car and put other things on top of it.
1200 Watts of Solar Power
My brother’s Jackery Explorer 1000 and 200 watts of panels, with the Jackery Explorer 2000 Pro and 1200 watts of panels in the background.
The Explorer 200 Pro can come with or without solar panels, and you can get 2, 4, or 6-panel bundles. For my testing, Jackery sent me 6 panels and three-way splitters to get them all plugged into the power station.
In theory, and in ideal conditions, this would give you 1200 watts of charging power, but in the real world you always get less than the ideal rating. I figured I’d get 800-900 watts of power out of the setup, but the efficiency of the panels surprised me. When I plugged one in, I got 175 watts (I was expecting around 150 watts). When I got all six plugged in, the unit gave me over 900 watts. When I aimed them carefully and tried to make sure there were no shadows casting over any part of them, I got over 1,000 watts.
There’s one downside to having this many panels, though. Setup and takedown can be a little tedious. You’ve got to unzip, unfold, plug in, and position six panels. When you go to leave someplace, you’ve got to do it all over again. So, as it was with the weight of the power station, if you don’t need 800-1000 watts of power, you’d probably be better off to go with something smaller and easier to set up.
Putting The Unit To The Test Baking Potatoes
If there’s one thing that’s been ruled by fossil fuels off grid over the years, it has been cooking. For lighting, we don’t need lanterns like we used to, as LED bulbs make campsite lighting far easier on batteries. Even a modest solar panel and battery can give you light all night every night. Cooking takes a lot of energy, but you can generally get away with using an efficient induction cooktop or griddle with a smaller power station and 400 watts of power.
But, I wanted to see if I could get away with cooking baked potatoes. With my toaster oven, that means 1,250 watts for over an hour, which would kill most power stations before the potatoes are ready to eat.
The Jackery 2000 Pro with 1,000 watts of power charging the battery? Not a problem at all. Not only were there some sporadic storm clouds passing through, but the sun set into the trees about half way through cooking the meal. There was more than enough spare battery capacity to keep the cooking going for almost an hour and a half. The result? Baked potatoes far off grid in the forest with no fossil fuel use.
When I was done with that, I plugged a family member’s RV in for a few minutes. We topped off their camper batteries and they cooked a side dish with their microwave. We were even able to run the air conditioner for a few minutes.
There Are Few Things You Couldn’t Do With This
For just about anything that plugs into a wall outlet, the Explorer 2000 Pro gives you plenty of power. The little oven is an extreme example, and most things you’d want power for at a glamp-site just wouldn’t put that kind of demand on the system. For things that use far less power, the 2000 Pro can store days’ worth of power to help you get through cloudy days.
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Jackery Explorer 1000/PRO Solar Battery Generator Review
The Jackery Explorer 1000 battery inverter finds itself in an interesting niche. While it doesn’t have the capacity and power output of larger inverters, it’s a nice step up from compact units and still retains a high level of portability. If you’re on the go frequently and are primarily concerned about low-draw devices, this is an excellent solution.
Jackery Explorer 1000 and 1000 PRO Solar Generators Find a Niche Between Compact and High-Capacity Battery Inverters
The age of lithium-ion power is giving us energy options for nearly every aspect of our lives. We’ve tested battery inverters as cleaner options over gas generators for running power tools. The Jackery Explorer 1000 and 1000 PRO solar generators aren’t at that voltage level, but these compact power sources make a solid case to keep them on hand for other applications.
- Excellent energy capacity in a highly portable package
- Very nice combination of 110V AC, USB-C, USB, and 12V charging ports
- Travel-friendly solar panel design
Jackery Explorer 1000 Solar Generator Portability
Right out of the gate, we fell in love with the Jackery 1000 solar generator’s size. Measuring 13.1 x 9.2 inches and standing 11.1 inches tall, it doesn’t take up a ton of space. Weighing about 22 pounds, it’s easier to carry than higher-capacity options. The more compact 1000 PRO accomplishes a similarly compact size at 13.4 x 10.3 x 10.1 inches (WxDxH). It weighs 25.4 pounds—just a touch more than the Explorer 1000.
Jackery Explorer 1000/PRO Battery Inverter Power
The Jackery Explorer 1000 is capable of 1000 continuous watts and 2000 surge watts. That’s better than most of the compact inverters out there and less than you can get with something like the EGO Nexus Power Station or Goal Zero Yeti 3000. While those are capable of running almost anything you can plug into a standard 110V outlet, the Explorer 1000 is limited to about 9 amps at 120 volts.
The Explorer 1000 PRO also delivers the same continuous and peak wattage. It drops the maximum rated wattage on the 120V outlets to 8.3 watts. Despite the reduced size of the 1000 PRO, it doesn’t reduce the maximum amount of battery capacity: 1002Wh.
Here are a handful of items you can power from our passions for power tools and the outdoors:
- Oscillating multi-tools
- Small angle grinders
- Some sanders
- Rotary tools (Dremels)
- Power tool battery chargers
- Laptop, tablet, phone, and camera chargers
- Most LED lights
- Small fans
- Electric grill
- Mini fridge
- Coffee maker
- Slow cooker
Because the Jackery Explorer 1000 and 1000 PRO both produce pure sine wave power, you don’t have to worry about your electronics. Go right ahead and run them to your heart’s content.
Jackery Explorer 1000 and 1000 PRO Inverter Plugs
As far as connections go, Jackery gives you a nice mix.
- 3 x 110V AC
- 2 x USB C
- 2 x USB (1 each 2.4A and 3.0A)
- 1 x 12V (10A)
Both the AC and DC plugs have a power switch to activate them. It means you have to remember to hit it before they’re active, but neither draw down the power when you’re not using the unit.
Jackery Explorer 1000 Power Station Runtime
Your runtime will vary depending on how much power your device uses. The Explorer 1000 has a total capacity of 1002Wh. To get a good runtime estimate, take 1002 and divide the watt rating of what you’re running into it.
Here’s an example using a 6-amp (660 watts) jigsaw:
1002Wh / 660W = 1.52 hours (~ 91 minutes)
Jackery Explorer Solar Generator Charging
There are three primary ways to charge any of the Explorer models: wall outlet, vehicle outlet, and solar. Technically, you can also charge it with another generator/inverter if you really want to.
Solar charging is one of the big draws for any battery inverter, so let’s spend a bit more time talking about that. Our test unit came with two SolarSaga 100 panels for a total of 200 solar watts. With the Explorer 1000 PRO you can get these or a pair of 80W panels.
First of all, we LOVE the design compared to other solar panels we’ve used. The SolarSaga panels are flexible and fold up suitcase style. They feel much more travel-friendly in their design and weigh less than others we’ve tested. The 80W versions have handles on top but otherwise appear similar to the 100W versions.
Most of our original testing took place in December and early January when the sun was about as far south as it gets during the year. We pulled 125 watts peak and were very happy with that efficiency level. Assuming you turn your panels to keep up with the sun as it travels and there are no clouds, you can easily get a full charge in roughly 8-9 hours.
The backlight display is simple, yet helpful. It lets you know how many watts the system is discharging during use or gaining while charging. There’s also a 5-bar battery level indicator along with a 0% – 100% digital display. The Explorer 1000 PRO features a more colorful and sophisticated inverted LCD display that we prefer when used in full sunlight.
There’s an LED flashlight on the side. It’s okay to use in a pinch, but we prefer a headlamp or handheld flashlight. At the end of the day, it’s a non-factor when it comes to buying the unit or not in our opinion.
Jackery Explorer 1000 vs 1000 PRO
|Battery type||Li-ion NMC||Li-ion|
|Battery capacity||1002Wh (21.6V, 46.4Ah)||1002Wh (43.2V 23.2Ah)|
|Lifecycle||500 cycles to 80% capacity||1000 cycles to 80% capacity|
|Recharge time (AC)||7 hours||1.8 hours|
|Recharge time (12V)||14 hours||12 hours|
|USB-A outputs (2)||5V, 2.4A QC 3.0||2 x QC 3.0|
|USB-C outputs (2)||12V, 10A||5V-20V, 3A-5A|
|AC outputs (3)||110VAC, 60Hz, 1000W(2000W Surge)||120VAC, 60Hz, 1000W(2000W Surge)|
|Dimensions (LxWxD)||13.1 x 9.2 x 11.1 in||13.4 x 10.3 x 10.1 in|
|Weight||22.04 lbs||25.4 lbs|
|Warranty||2 years||32 years|
How Much Do the Jackery Explorer 1000 and 1000 PRO Cost?
Both the Jackery Explorer 1000 and 1000 PRO solar generators run between 999 and 1099.99 for the power station. Considering both output and capacity, that’s a pretty good value compared to other battery inverters on the market.
It’s 1649 as a kit with either two 100-watt solar panels (Explorer 1000) or two 80W panels (Explorer PRO). ~299.99 for each solar panel is more than we see from other brands. However, they’re better designed for travel and make it worth the premium if you’re on the go frequently.
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The Bottom Line
The Jackery Explorer 1000 battery inverter and its similar Explorer 1000 PRO find themselves in an interesting niche. While they don’t have the capacity and power output of larger inverters, both provide a nice step up from compact units. Both also retain a high level of portability. If you’re on the go frequently and are primarily concerned about low-draw devices, either the 1000 or 1000 PRO offers an excellent solution to keep you powered up.
Clearly, the advantage in several areas goes to the newer 1000 PRO. In particular, we like the extra year warranty (3 more years if you register), the faster AC charging, and the higher USB capabilities. We also like the folding handle which makes room for setting (safe) things on top of it. Still, when new models come out, older models suddenly find themselves selling at value prices—so keep an eye out for deals.
Specifications (Explorer 1000/1000 PRO)
- Battery Capacity: 1002Wh (21.6V, 46.4Ah)/1002Wh (43.2V, 23.2Ah)
- Cell Chemistry: Li-Ion NMC/Li-ion
- Lifecycles: 500/1000 cycles to 80%
- Management System: BMS, Over Voltage Protection, Short Circuit Protection
- Recharge Time:
- AC Adapter Recharge Time: 7/1.8 hours
- 12V Car Adapter Recharge Time: 14/12 hours
- 2x SolarSaga 100W Solar Panels Recharge Time: 8 hours (Explorer 1000)
- 2x SolarSaga 80W Solar Panel: 9 Hours (Explorer 1000 PRO)
Solar Powered Shed: Can Solar Generator Run Your Shed
If your house has a shed which is a fair distance away from the main structure, getting power and light to it can be tricky. You can always use underground wires for electricity, but it is not the most economical and easiest way to power your shed. That’s why; you should consider investing in a solar powered shed.
It is independent of your house’s electricity system, you have to deal with fewer cables, you don’t have to change the landscape or destroy your garden to install it, and it is cheaper. You will find out everything you need to know about solar powered sheds and which Jackery products are best to create your off-grid shed or workshop in this post.
What is a Solar Power Shed
A solar powered shed is an outbuilding or a workshop with a solar system that collects solar energy, converts it into electricity and stores it in batteries so you can power appliances, tools, and electrical instruments in the shed. It enables you to go off-grid, as you don’t need an electrical connection from the main line or your house to power the outbuilding. A solar power shed is a great up-front investment for your house as it provides you with eco-friendly and cheap electricity based on your shed size.
For some people, their sheds are spaces to store tools and gardening equipment, but many people use them as their workshops for DIY work, personal spaces for relaxation and escape, and a place to get creative. However, you can’t do all of that in a dark place with no light or electricity. You can install underground cables to connect it to the grid but it will be a hassle for you, and you will have to ruin your back garden to install it. A solar powered shed, on the other hand, can save you money and return your investment in the long run. Here are some of the benefits of solar powered sheds
- Save cost on electricity bills.
- Adds to the property value
- An efficient way to charge electric vehicles
- Eco-friendly and renewable energy generation
Based on how much you are willing to invest into building a solar powered shed, you can have two types of solar systems.
DC System Shed:
A DC system for solar power sheds is the cheaper option that you can install within 100 to 300 to power a few low-voltage lights in the shed. It has one or two panels that supply direct current and doesn’t require complicated wiring or anything else. It is easy to set up and requires less investment, but it is not eligible for electric power tools or anything that requires high voltage. The only reason to avoid DC systems is that if you want to make them run-powered tools, you have to install a new system because you can’t convert your DC system.
AC System Shed:
If you are willing to invest 3K to 5K dollars in your solar-powered shed, you can install an altering current or AC solar system to supply robust energy between 400 to 800 watts. It is the ideal option for those who use their shed as their workshop and require high-voltage current to run powered tools and electric drills etc. Installing a solar system on a shed is an easy process if your shed already has a south-facing roof. All you need is to buy the required solar system kit from Jackery, and you are good to go.
How Does a Solar Power Shed Work
If you are thinking of investing in your solar powered shed, you need to understand how it works so you can easily figure out everything. Let’s start with the first component of a solar system, the solar panels. A solar panel has multiple photovoltaic solar cells that can directly convert sunlight into electric current. It means as long as there is sufficient sunlight, the PV cells can easily absorb it and give an electric potential difference output.
When solar panels create DC current, it passes through wires and goes into an inverter. The inverter converts the direct current into an altering current that you can use to run home appliances or powered tools. There is also a charger controller that sends the converted electricity into a battery. You can use the battery to power the shed during the night when the sun is not out.
When you talk about a solar power shed, it means an outbuilding with a dedicated solar power system that supplies electricity to it without any grid connection. Suppose you already have a shed, all you have to do now is put on solar panels, layout the wiring, and install the inverter and batteries, and you have a self-sufficient energy system that doesn’t give you any electricity bills.
How Many Watts Does a Shed Use
The most important thing that you should consider before installing a solar energy system, is how many watts your shed is going to need to power all the electric tools and appliances that you need running. When it comes to solar powered sheds, there is no one specific size that fulfills your requirement because your power needs depend on the type of shed you have and the nature of work that you do in it. Here are some common types of sheds with energy requirements.
An office shed is for those people who work remotely and need a quiet space to work during the day. Instead of setting up a home office, having an office shed allows you to work without distractions and don’t make changes around the house. Depending on the basic office equipment, a backyard or office shed requires 3000W to 4000W of solar power. Check out this energy consumption table to guess how much solar energy your office shed needs.
What Is a Solar Generator
Solar generators are a popular alternative to standby and gas generators. But many people often ask questions like, what is a solar generator, whether it is worth it, etc., before they make their final purchase. In simple words, a solar generator is a portable power station that uses solar panels to convert sunlight into electricity. The electrical energy is stored in a battery called a power station, which is then used to power appliances.
As climate change is impacting the world, people are switching to renewable energy for all their power needs. Portable solar generators emit no harmful gases and are more reliable than their fuel-powered counterparts. That is why many homeowners are switching to solar-powered generators, like Jackery Solar Generator.
The combination of Jackery SolarSaga Solar Panels and Explorer Portable Power Station can help you use solar energy to charge appliances for long hours. In this solar generator ultimate guide, we will reveal everything related to the clean power solution, the differences between solar and gas generators, and how to choose the right generator.
What Is A Solar Generator
Technically, a solar generator means a power generator that works on solar energy. It is a term that refers to the combination of portable power stations and solar panels to capture, store, and distribute the sun’s power.
Most powerful and reliable solar generators are used during RV trips, emergency power backup solutions, camping, or other outdoor activities. Unlike gas generators that require diesel, propane, or gas, a solar generator comprises of:
- Portable Solar Panels
- Portable Power Station ( including Rechargeable Battery Solar Charge Controller Solar Inverter)
Different sizes and capacities of solar generators are available, ensuring you can choose the one that suits your needs without overspending.
The Components Of a Solar Generator
Now that you know what a solar generator is, it’s time to explain the critical components of the system.
Also referred to as photovoltaic cells, solar panels convert sunlight into electricity. Solar generators use portable and foldable solar panels to differentiate them from rooftop panels.
When the electricity is generated by the solar panels, the first component it reaches is the charge controller (or regulator). As solar energy is generated at variable rates, the charge controller’s job is to shape and condition electricity to avoid overcharging. The highly efficient solar generators are equipped with MPPT technology that ensures nothing is damaged when power flows through the system.
Another core component of the portable solar generator is an inverter that turns direct current output from solar panels to alternating current. The job of the inverter is to draw energy from the solar system and transport it to appliances.
The electricity generated by solar panels is stored in the solar battery until it’s needed. Most modern solar generators have an in-built lithium-ion battery to store current collected by solar panels.
The Usage Of A Solar Generator
A solar generator can be used in multiple ways, including but not limited to:
- Emergency Backup Supply: Frequent power outages and emergencies are the main reasons homeowners choose solar power systems. A reliable and efficient solar solution can power essential appliances like medical equipment, refrigerators, lights, etc.
- Off-Grid Living: Solar generators with high-capacity batteries can help you enjoy off-grid living. With a high-power solar generator, you can charge small and large appliances and keep them running for hours.
- Outdoor Activities: As solar generators are portable, they are a perfect charging companion for camping, hiking, RV trips, or outdoor activities.
- Sustainable Living: Homeowners wanting to choose a sustainable and eco-friendly power source can switch to solar generators. They can reduce electricity bills, lower reliance on fossil fuels, etc., by harnessing the sun’s power.
How Does A Solar Generator Work
A portable solar generator works when a solar panel converts sunlight into usable energy, which is electricity. Solar panels collect the sun’s energy during the daytime and transfer it to the battery storage system. Compact and transportable solar generators are convenient power solutions that charge appliances anywhere.
Here is the breakdown of the process:
- Solar panels convert sunlight into DC electricity which then passes through the charge controller.
- The charge controller regulates electricity voltage before storage, ensuring the proper current flow to the battery.
- The built-in battery stores all the power to charge the electrical devices later.
- The inverter converts DC to AC power to power most appliances and devices for hours.
The Types Of Solar Generators
Below are the three main types of solar generators.
On-Grid Solar Generator
This type of generator connects to the power grid to charge appliances. Solar panels capture sunlight to transform it into electricity in the form of DC. Then, the direct current is converted to AC in the power board. The board transfers electricity to power homes and buildings.
Also referred to as standalone or autonomous solar generators, they involve using batteries powered by solar panels. They are portable solar generators that can be carried during leisure travels, RV trips, etc.
Hybrid Solar Generator
This new-age solar generator is a combination of traditional generators with a controllable power source. The environment-friendly and fuel-efficient power supply source is preferred in areas where there is little access to petrol, LPG, or diesel.
Why Choose Solar Generators
Many benefits are available when you choose solar generators, especially compared to fuel-powered or traditional gas-powered generators. Here are some key benefits of solar generators.
Solar generators are lightweight and more portable than non-solar generators. It is a convenient power solution that allows you to supply power anywhere and everywhere. Portable generators are popular when living off-grid, traveling in an RV, or camping.
Another best thing about solar generators is that they are quiet. Traditional gas generators are often noisy and can be particularly annoying in small spaces like RVs, tiny homes, etc. Alternatively, solar generators are quiet and ideal for indoors.
Unlike conventional diesel or gas generators that require fossil fuels, solar energy is a low-emission, renewable energy source. As no pollutants are emitted from a solar generator, it is an eco-friendly and low-cost option.
Solar generators need little to no maintenance. You can just remove dust to enhance photon absorption. Furthermore, there are no moving components, so you don’t have to FOCUS on machine part replacement.
Solar Generator Vs. Traditional Generator
Solar generators and traditional generators are two widely popular power solutions available. However, they are entirely different from each other.
Let’s quickly compare solar and gas generators in the table.
– Low maintenance and quiet solution
– Lightweight and sleek design
– Cannot generate electricity at night
– High maintenance required
Here we compare both generators in detail, so you can make an informed decision.
Pros and Cons of Solar Generator
Below we have explained the pros and cons of solar generators.
- Compared to traditional gas generators, solar generators are portable. They are ideal for camping, emergencies, outdoor events, and general on-the-go activities.
- They are even equipped with easy-to-carry handles to enhance portability and convenience.
- Solar generators do not have any moving parts like gas generators. Therefore, they have fewer chances of repair and require low maintenance.
- They generate clean, renewable energy that does not hurt the environment while running.
- Solar generators typically require high upfront costs.
- Solar batteries can be recharged only when solar energy is available.
Pros and Cons of Traditional Generator
Generators powered by fossil fuels are technically known as traditional generators. Below we have mentioned some of the main advantages and disadvantages of conventional generators.
- Traditional generators produce electricity on demand. That is, you can produce electricity as soon as they receive fuel.
- Different sizes of gas generators are available in the market, making them a little portable. However, you’ll need to carry gasoline, making them less convenient than solar generators.
- As they have been on the market for years, traditional generators are more familiar to people and have high market dominance.
- Traditional generators require costly fuel, which increases long-term costs.
- They emit toxic gases like carbon monoxide, nitrous oxides, and sulfur oxides, leading to pollution.
- Because of the moving parts in the gas generators, they are extremely noisy. Thus, they are not suitable indoors or in small places like RVs.
- Gas generators require regular maintenance as they have moving parts. You need to clean, oil, and replace them over time, leading to high maintenance costs.
As you see, solar generators have more advantages compared to gas generators.
How To Choose a Solar Generator
Understanding “what is a portable solar generator” is not enough; it’s essential to understand the factors to consider while choosing a solar generator. Since not all portable solar generators are the same, you must check out their features to select the ideal generator.
Battery Storage Capacity
No matter your use case, choosing a solar generator with a high battery storage capacity is vital. When the solar generator has a high capacity, you can store more power for later use. This, in turn, ensures that you have easy access to solar power during emergency blackouts or outdoor trips.
Pure Sine Wave Inverter
These devices transform power from a battery into energy that resembles that of the wall outlet. The primary aim of the sine wave inverter is to convert the direct current (DC) into alternating current (AC). A solar generator equipped with pure sine wave inverter supplies exact voltage, ensuring that the sensitive electronic devices are safe.
Portable electronic devices like solar generators should have lithium-ion batteries. Choosing a solar-powered system with a high-quality lithium-ion battery ensures you can charge appliances safely and without overheating.
No matter what your reason is behind choosing the solar generator, a little bit of research ensures that you spend your money on the right product.
Why Jackery Solar Generator
Portable solar generators are the best way to use the sun’s energy and power your gear. Jackery is a leading brand that manufactures high-quality SolarSaga Solar Panels and Explorer Portable Power Stations.
You can select from a vast range of solar generators available, depending on the number of appliances you wish to charge. Jackery Solar Generators are quiet, portable, and affordable, ensuring maximum sunlight is converted into electricity.
Here are a few main benefits of Jackery Solar Generators over other similar products on the market.
Reliability: Jackery offers the most reliable solar generators with advanced features. Equipped with a high-capacity battery, they are powerful enough to support RV, van, and cabin life.
Ease of Use: Even if you are using a solar generator for the first time, you won’t regret investing in Jackery Solar Generators. The plug-and-play operation helps you pair Jackery SolarSaga Solar Panels with Explorer Portable Power Station in a few clicks.
Lightweight: All the Jackery Solar Generators are portable, making them ideal for outdoor activities or off-grid living. Whether you plan to go camping or RV, you can take your solar generator with you.
Cost-Efficient: Jackery Solar Generator offers excellent value for your money. Furthermore, the wide range of sizes available makes them excellent options for those having different budgets.
Efficient Panels: Jackery SolarSaga Solar Panels have the highest efficiency. That is, the panels can absorb maximum solar energy in less time. In addition, they feature adjustable kickstands that help you adjust the panels and generate maximum power output.
Now that you know the pros of solar generators, here are the most popular bundles available.