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Yeti 400 Portable Power Station

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The Yeti 400 from Goal Zero, isn’t your standard portable generator. It’s quiet, doesn’t produce any nasty fumes, and it has the added bonus of being able to charge it up from multiple sources. Keep it around camp for powering your devices, at your holiday house or cabin, or even in the shed to prepare for a power outage.

This solar generator has the capacity to charge a CPAP machine, fridge or tv, as well as other small devices such as phones and tablets. The AC inverter on this generator is like have a transportable wall socket – making it pretty handy for long camping trips. You can recharge your Yeti 400 from a wall, car or a compatible separate solar panel from Goal Zero. The LCD battery display indicates the current charge level and will set you back 5 hours by charging it from a wall, or 13 hours for a vehicle.

It’s even got international sockets on it, so it can be used pretty much anywhere you go. For a portable power supply that doesn’t require fuel – you can’t beat the Yeti 400 from Goal Zero.

  • Fuel-free source of power
  • Charge it by compatible Goal Zero solar panel, wall socket or by car using a 12V adaptor
  • Will recharge a laptop – 4-8 times, smartphone 40-80 times, laptops 4-8 times, action cam -100 times, and can power devices such as a TV for 1-4 hours, Large Fridge 2-8 hours, and a camp fridge – 13-30 hours
  • Can use powerboard with 230V socket up to 300W maximum load
Snowys Code:
138274
Supplier Code:
GZ61209
In Use Dimensions:
26L x 20.3W x 20.3H cm
Packed Dimensions:
26L x 20.3W x 20.3H cm
Material:
Plastic Exterior
Input Power:
8mm Port, 14-29V, up to 10A, 120W Max.
Output Power:
USB 5V up to 2.1A, 10W Max. Regulated | 6mm Port, 12V, up to 10A, 120W Max. | 12V Cigarette Port, 12V up to 10A, 120W Max. | 1 x AC 230V 300W Max.
Batteries:
AGM Lead Acid 396W, 33Ah
Battery Charge Time:
Approx. 5hrs from Wall | 13hrs from Car | 9-80hrs from Solar
Weight:
13.2 Kg
Suggested Use:
Camping | 4WD
Warranty:
1 Year

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Sep 21 2018

Goal Zero Yeti 400

Enough power for 2 nights using a CPAP machine. Very convenient size and outputs. It doesn't come with a car charger, I think that is something important to note.

- 6052
Aug 30 2018

Goal zero 400

Awesome love it can see what I paid for great gear Freight service is to slow for me thanks

- Maclean

Best solar panel. Pls suggest a goal zero and a competitor1 answer

Hi A friend is car camping and being a digital nomad. Needs to power lights and iPhone and laptops. Possibly a tiny fridge. Will be in south and mid east qld so sunny. What are the best solar panels to charge this battery. Would like suggestion of a goal zero and a competitor. Further is the more expensive lithium version really worth the extra 300 bucks over this unit?

- Newcastle (1 week ago)

G'day Jack,

The maximum power input on the Goal Zero Yeti 400 is 120W so to be on the safe side I'd suggest looking at panels with an output of 100W. The Goal Zero Boulder 100 is the obvious choice as its compatible out of the box with all Yeti and Sherpa power packs from Goal Zero. This would be an especially good option if you were looking to mount it permanently somewhere, say on the caravan roof. But if you wanted something lighter to use in a variety of situations you could look at the Korr 100W Crocskin Folding Solar Mat. If you go down that road you'll also need this Goal Zero adapter cable to be able to plug the Yeti in. 

There are a few differences with the Lithium and Lead Acid Yeti 400s. The Lithium will be much lighter (almost half the weight) and it will hold its power longer (up to 18months) whereas the Lead Acid option will be quite heavy and need charging at least every 3 months (preferably more often) to avoid damaging the battery. Probably one big thing to take note of is that you can't charge the Lithium one from the 12V socket in your car, so if you want to charge it whilst driving from the cars cigarette socket you'll need the Lead Acid one. I haven't seen them available yet, but apparently, you'll be able to replace the Lithium battery as well in the long term. 

- Snowys(1 week ago)

f/u Q from answer to this question: ("Can you recharge the Yeti 400 with other compatible solar panels or does it have to be a Goal Zero?") How can this power station overload if there is an internal solar regulator.")1 answer

Sorry I'm confused. How can their be a risk of overloading this power station? I thought the role of the solar regulator is to ensure that this does not happen? So my question is then how can this happen? Does the charging not stop once the battery is fully charged? Or is there a risk of overloading if you have too many solar panels connected (which shouldn't be the case when you have a solar regulator)?

- 3071(2 months ago)

G'day Stein,

I've had a chat with Goal Zero about this just to be sure. They told me that the regulator is designed to cut off power once the battery is full but it isn't designed to reduce or cut power if there's too much being pushed into the Yeti 400 from the panels at any given time. The battery pack can handle up to 120W of power but if you're pushing through more than that, it can overload and burn out your battery. 

- Snowys(2 months ago)

Eventually will have a fridge for camping, charging devices and running small led camp lights. Would this be something you recommend?1 answer

Hi there. Just come across the yeti. And wondering if it’s sutable for me. Eventually will have a fridge for camping, charging devices and running small led camp lights. Would this be something you recommend? Thanks in advance

- Camperdown(3 months ago)

G'day Nick, 

For what you're needing to get out of a battery pack, the Goal Zero Yeti 400 Portable Power Station is an absolute winner for you!

- Snowys(3 months ago)

Does this come with a 240v charger to charge it?1 answer

Does this come with a 240v charger to charge it. If not how do I charge it thru the wall 240v?

- Camden Park(4 months ago)

G'day Adam, 

I've just had a gander at the Goal Zero Yeti 400 Portable Power Station's manual, and yes it does come with an AC charger for charging through a wall outlet. 

- Snowys(4 months ago)

Are you able to replace the battery once it stops working?1 answer

Trying to decide between this and the Engel Smart Battery Box series 2. Just chasing recommendations.

- 4680(9 months ago)

You sure can replace the battery Damian.

It's something you can do yourself and the batteries are a common size available from any good battery store. As for the Engel Battery Box, this doesn't actually contain a battery, so you'll need to purchase one to go inside.

Otherwise, comparing the two products, if you want to start chaining batteries and solar panels and powering/charging numerous devices such small power packs, mobile phones etc, then the Goal Zero products are a good way to go.

However, the Engel Battery box has the ability to add batteries up to 130 aH, which is a big jump when compared to the 33aH battery in the Yeti, and would be a better choice if you simply want to power a fridge for numerous days in camp. I hope this helps with your decision.

- Snowys(9 months ago)

Can you recharge the Yeti 400 with other compatible solar panels or does it have to be a Goal Zero? 2 answers

As long as the other solar panel has an 8mm input will it recharge the yeti?

- Brisbane(10 months ago)

G'day Cam,

I've called our rep at Goal Zero Australia and he informed me that yes, you can use other solar panels with the Goal Zero Yeti 400 Portable Power Station. He did say though that you need to be careful about overloading the power station. Just make sure that you don't exceed the maximum wattage (120W), maximum voltage (29 volts DC), and make sure that there's not a solar regulator on your panel as there's one built into the power station. 

- Snowys(10 months ago)

G'day Stein,

I've had a chat with Goal Zero about this just to be sure. They told me that the regulator is designed to cut off power once the battery is full but it isn't designed to reduce or cut power if there's too much being pushed into the Yeti 400 from the panels at any given time. The battery pack can handle up to 120W of power but if you're pushing through more than that, it can overload and burn out your battery. 

- Snowys(2 months ago)

Pre-order0 answers

Hi, these are currently showing up as 'pre-order' is there any indication when they will be available?

- Brisbane(1 year ago)

When in July are these available 1 answer

Hi, when are these available again?

- Campsie NSW(1 year ago)

G'day Nic,

We're hoping that Goal Zero will have more stock in the country and to us within the next fortnight. Unfortunately, the ETA is quite vague at the moment as from our understanding, due to many products being batteries, they need to come to Australia by sea (can't be flown).

- Snowys(1 year ago)
Heads up! Our store in Brendale (QLD) doesn’t have footwear available for fittings. If you order online, your footwear will be sent from SA... quick-smart!
Heads up! Our store in Brendale (QLD) doesn’t have footwear available for fittings. If you order online, your footwear will be sent from SA... quick-smart!
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