|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.5 x 5.2 x 1.5 inches|
|Item model number||11004|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required.|
|Manufacturer Part Number||11004|
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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's Sherpa 50 Recharger has a small, lightweight design packed with enough power for laptop, tablet, camera, video, DVD player, CPAP, and more. This is the newest version of Goal Zero's Sherpa 50 and is more portable.
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Sherpa 50 Power Pack
A lightweight power supply to keep laptops and tablets charged up anywhere you go. The Sherpa 50 Power Pack is easy to pack and light to carry so your gear now goes the same distance you do and quickly recharges from wall, car or sun.
Recharge by: AC, 12V, Solar.
Power Output: USB, 12V, AC*.
Ideal For: Tablet, Laptop**, Camera.
Capacity: 50Wh, 5,200mAH.
*Inverter required for AC output (sold separately).
**Sherpa 50 will not power a MacBook Pro - use the Sherpa 100 instead.
Three Ways to Charge
The Goal Zero Sherpa 50 can be charged by connecting a compatible solar panel such as the Nomad 13 Solar Panel (not included).
The Goal Zero Sherpa 50 can be charged by being plugged into a regular wall outlet.
The Sherpa 50 can also be charged by plugging into your car 12V adapter.
Three Ways to Power Your Device
The USB ports best chargers all your medium sized or multiple USB powered devices.
Use the included laptop tips to power your laptop without the need of the laptop wall charger.
Plug in your device just as you would the wall with the removable inverter.
Device Run Times:
Headlamp 12 Charges.
Smartphone 7 Charges.
POV Camera 9 Charges.
Digital Camera 5 Charges.
Tablet 1-2 Charges.
Laptop 1 Charge.
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I should mention that when I got the kit, it wasn't opened or anything lt looked fresh out of the box, the Sherpa 50 with the inverter new, but when it came down to the nomad 13 solar panel it seemed like it was refurbished or something like that, I say that because when I peeled of the plastic film off of the solar panel it did in fact have a couple of scratches and a few dings.
Plus, part of one of the solar panel’s wire strip (what sends the electrical current from the UV rays received from the actual noncrystalline panels.) was looking whiter, brighter than the rest of the panels, just a small section, like it was fried or overheated.
I have a yeti 400 aside the Sherpa 50, so I was able to determine actual watts being transferred form the panel and it rated around 7 - 10 watts which seems to be about accurate so i'm just seeing these as cosmetic flaws for now.
Another thing I should add is that the label “nomad 13” that’s in the exterior of the panel when closed peeled right off which was somewhat of a bummer for me, because there's residue where that label once was. I haven't really tried to remove it, and I shouldn't have that kind of problem to deal with because I paid a substantial amount of money for this kind of thing to happen.
Anyway, I paid for functionality not cosmetics, and so far this thing works as advertised! So that’s a plus!
What the seller did was just pack both the solar panel and the battery pack together and send it as a kit. To you guys buying just try another seller to avoid the same pitfall. Now I got to order the inverter with amazon again.
But product itself, it works as it is described. I do go to the beach and the outdoor jungles on the weekends (Panama). This gives me easy of mind when I use my cellphone and Surface Pro 2. I don't have to carry extra 'worry' weight on my head about running out of juice out of civilization.
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However the solar panel Nomad 13 do not recharge well the energy bank.Read more