Solaris 360Wh Solar Generator v2.0


Image

Price - $1,199.00

Plus Shipping and Handling

Please contact us to inquire about how to order.

The new Solaris 360Wh Solar Generator v2.0 provides power during a blackout and keeps your 12V lights, fans, and communications going strong. You can also use the Solaris 360Wh Solar Generator V2.0 to charge your laptop, tablet, and cell phone.
 
There is also a handy built-in LED light to help light up those dark nights!
 
πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Built in Florida by a female-owned family business.
πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Requires no gasoline, diesel, or fossil fuel of any kind.
πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Optional 100W, 120W, or 180W solar panels provide virtually limitless free energy from the sun.
πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Can also be charged from the wall to take on the go to use as a 360Wh battery box.
 
The Shack-in-a-Box Solaris 360Wh Solar Generator v2.0 is primarily designed for off-grid amateur radio and emergency communications, but it is also perfect for charging your devices and running small appliances (using an optional 300W Samlex Pure Sine Wave Inverter which is available from Amazon). It's a great source of backup power for your RV, camping, boating, or off-grid excursions due to its mobility.  Moreover, it's clean and doesn't require you to keep a lot of fuel on hand.
 
The Solaris 360Wh Solar Generator v2.0 is powered by a robust Bioenno Power 30Ah LiFePO4 battery, which can be recharged at least 2000 times. Solar charging and power management is handled by the Buddipole POWERmini, which is RFI-free and provides a plethora of information that you can use to make crucial power management decisions.
 
LiFePO4 batteries are the safest type of Lithium batteries currently made as they will not overheat, and even if punctured they will not catch on fire nor explode, like Lithium-ion batteries are prone to do.. The cathode material in LiFePO4 batteries poses no negative health hazards or environmental hazards.
 
We currently have two of these solar generators ready to ship and are accepting preorders for the next batch.  We expect to have three additonal units ready to ship in time for Field Day.