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Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Recharger


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  • Charge in 2-3 hours from wall, or 4-6 hours from car, or 5-10 hours from solar (Goal Zero's Nomad 13 solar panel sold separately)
  • Sample run times: laptops 1-3 hours, tablets 15 plus hours
  • Bolt-on inverter converts Sherpa 50 into a wall plug (sold separately)
  • Compact and lightweight - less than 1.5 pounds
  • Includes Sherpa 50 and AC wall charger
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Goal Zero 11004 Sherpa 50  Silver Portable Recharger + Goal Zero (25001) 110V Sherpa AC Inverter + Goal Zero 12003 Black Nomad 13 Solar Panel
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FEATURES of the Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Recharger Ultra-portable power supply to keep laptops and tablets charged Easy to pack and light to carry Extends the life of a laptop by 2 or more hours SPECIFICATIONS of the Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Recharger Battery Cell Type: Li-NMC Peak Capacity: 58Wh (11V, 5200mAh) LED (output): 100mW, white LED USB port (output): 5V, up to 1.5A (7.5W max), regulated 6mm port (output, 6mm, green, hexagon): 12V, up to 8A (100W max), regulated Laptop port (output, 7.4mm, orange, square): 19V, up to 5A (100W max), regulated Sidecar port (chain, 9mm): 9-13V, up to 10A (100W max) AC Inverter (output): 14-25V, up to 2A (30W max) Weight: 1.2 lbs (544 g) Dimensions: 4.5 x 1.5 x 5.25 in (11.4 x 3.8 x 13.3 cm) This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

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  • ASIN: B00J4049GS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
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You will need something much bigger.
ATHiker
The battery will last me all day flying and even has enough juice to keep my iPhone 5s topped off.
E. Paul
Easy to use, always keep my devices charged on-the-go.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By ATHiker on August 19, 2013
Size Name: One Size Verified Purchase
First off if you're new to solar or mobile power then the first thing you should learn is to have low expectations then multiply it by four. It is nothing resembling grid power. The first piece of good advice is to ask: what are you looking to do with it? And for how long? Also to you need to know what power is, and understand Watts, Amps, and Amp hours, etc., and including the specs on what you wish to power, or you could be burning money by trial and error.

If you are just looking for something to power a smartphone or Pad and in dry conditions then they are other External Battery Pack that will do the job cheaper and better. Where the Sherpa 50v2 shines is more versatility, more rugged and outdoor friendly. A good example is power a few smartphones, LED lighting or a Pad while camping or overnight power failure (Same devises) or just to give your laptop one charge. If you get the AC inverter (I did) then, you have more option, but note using it will use more power than if you had a DC option for the same device. If you need to do this for more than one day then you need to somehow recharge it each day. If you wish to power a CPAP, TV, and/or Coffee then this is not the device. You will need something much bigger. (Yeti 400 or Yeti 1250)
Note this configuration is only wall charging. If you would like to charge it with a car charger that option is sold separately. The same for Solar sold separately, and the AC invert sold separately.

To completely charge the unit using solar in one day (realistically charge - real world) then you need multiple (2 or more) GOAL ZERO Nomad 13 chained together or one or two GOAL ZERO Nomad 27. With the most optimum of days, I have not come close to the high end of their Approx. Charge Time using solar.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mark F. on February 15, 2013
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I purchased the Sherpa 50 to charge my iPhone and iPad 3 while camping. When fully charged it will charge up the iPad once from a near fully depleted iPad battery, or give 2 charges from 50%, in my experience (YMMV)

The Goal Zero system uses their own connectors which work nicely between their batteries, chargers, and solar panels. Since I already own the Sunlinq 12w and 25w panels, I needed to splice my own connectors to make these work together. I bought the Goal Zero 6' 8mm input cable extension and spliced a connector for the Sunlinq. I was able to charge the Sherpa 50 in about 4 hours from 60% to a full charge while the Sunlink 25w panel was in full sun. It would be easier (and maybe quicker) to use the Goal Zero panels, but I already own the Sunlinq.

Overall I am very pleased with the Sherpa 50; this is a well made high quality unit. My only criticism, is that the 8mm extension cord did not fit the Sherpa. I contacted customer service and they responded the next day, acknowledging the problem and recommending a fix (shave 1/8" off of the plastic connector barrel), which worked perfectly.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kili Sands on June 11, 2013
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No doubt the "50" refers to 50 watt hours, since I will be using the GZ 27M Solar Panel almost every day on my trips I expect charging to take little time and stay charged. I thought of getting the larger one, but I figure if I felt inclined, I'll get another one of these instead of depending on ONE battery. Good quality, if a little pricy, but I expect it to last a LONG time! Can't wait 'til they put out a rubber sleeve to fit it (the one they have right now WON'T fit this one).
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By BB Indiana on August 13, 2013
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This is a sweet little bundle of power but be aware that you are limited without purchasing more options.

This package came with an AC wall wart charger, an automobile (female) plug and pigtale with matching Sherpa plug and a short Legacy Nomad adapter 4.7mm to 8mm (CAUTION KEEP THIS ADAPTER even if you don't have solar cells. See Update below) and that's all.
Since I already have USB charging cables for various phones and players I can utilize those on the USB 5.0V 1.5 A port but nothing allows me to charge or run any of my laptops. The Sherpa is switchable between 2 laptop jacks, 12V 6A or 19V 5A. Both are regulated (which is good).

There is a jack on the side for chaining more than one Sherpa with an optional cable or installing an optional small 117 Volt AC inverter ('modified' Sine wave). Using the Inverter in place of a direct connection for charging will of course reduce battery time because of the extra steps to get the voltage up and the converter will normally have a power loss, so if you can use a cable from your device to the Sherpa that's the more efficient way to charge. However if there are no matching cables or it's just some AC device (radio) you want to play the inverter should do it just expect less battery time.

The Inverter is 75 Watts so be reasonable what you plug into it. I plan on picking up the inverter (it bolts onto the side) later.

It has a nice set of colored lights for the sockets and USB port. There is also an led flashlight if needed.

Instructions say to charge every 3 Months OR just leave on the charger. I like the latter. I'll use a small timer and let it charge a few hours a day. You can't run 'both' a 12V laptop and a 19V laptop at the same time. You have to select one or the other.
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