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Goal Zero

Nomad 20 Solar Panel

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm

Foldable, portable, and with the same efficiency as charging from a wall - the Nomad 20 from Goal Zero is the solar panel that you need for your off-grid expeditions. 

Just set up the Nomad 20 in the sun outside, attach your USB or 12V devices and you’ll be on your way to a full charge. Designed to be used outdoors, the monocrystalline solar panel is durable and can withstand the weather due to its rugged construction. This solar panel features a built-in junction box and innovative smart chip allowing it to be as efficient as plugging a device to charge into your wall socket at home.

The stitch on toggles allow it to be easily attached to your day pack, tent or a kayak, so that you can charge easily when you’re in the field – and the foldable design makes it easy to store it away when you’re not using it. This panel can also charge the Goal Zero Switch 8, Guide 10 Plus, Sherpa 50, Sherpa 100, Yeti 150 and the Yeti 400.

  • Charges as fast as a wall socket
  • Durable and weatherproof monocrystalline solar panel
  • Directly charge USB and 12V devices such as smartphone, GPS, action camera or MP3 player
  • Toggles for easy attachment to a pack 
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External Dimensions:
77.5L x 33W x 1H cm
Packed Dimensions:
33L x 21.6W x 2.5H cm
Monocrystalline Panels 20W 18-22V open cct | Synthetic Cover
Output Power:
USB 5V up to 2A, 10W Max Regulated | 8mm Port 14-22V up to 1.3A 20W Max Regulated | 2.5mm Port 6.5V up to 1.1A, 7W Max
Temperature Range:
Optimal operating cell temp. -17°C - 48°C
1.10 Kg
Suggested Use:
Camping | Expedition
1 Year
Staff tip:Heads Up! The Guide 10 Plus in the picture isn't included sorry.

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