|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.5 x 5.68 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||22050|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||22050|
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Goal Zero Sherpa 100 AC Portable Power Bank
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- Airline approved and travel ready, the 94.72Wh power bank is equipped to power phones, tablets, DSLR cameras and laptops – including power-hungry MacBooks
- [Two High Speed Power Delivery Ports] At 60W each, these USB-C Power Delivery ports provide rapid power for laptops, phones and more
- [Integrated 100W AC] Take the outlet with you, on the plain or in the wild, for serious power anywhere you need it. Perfect for keeping cameras and laptops charged.
- [Qi Wireless Charging + 2.4A USB ] Simply place your wireless enabled phone on the top of the Sherpa 100 and charging begins. No matter the phone, there’s a wicked fast, convenient charging solution for you. 2 x 2.4A USB ports also included
- [Interactive OLED Display + four Cables Included] Check power in and power out, get detailed port information, and even set roles for ports. We’re including the cables you need to get the job done and an incredible easy way to store them for later. Includes Apple, Micro USB, USB-C and USB-C to USB-C
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Goal Zero Sherpa 100AC portable power bank is sleek and powerful. The Sherpa 100AC is your go-to source for versatile power while on the move. Weighs only 2 lbs in a compact (7.5 x 1.0 x 5.68 in) and well designed pack. This 100 Watt-hour power pack supports Type-C (PD), 100W AC, Qi Wireless Charging, 2.4A USB, Interactive OLED display and four charging cords that store neatly within the power pack.
Goal Zero's Mission
To empower people with a bright, safe, connected and sustainable future by delivering smart, portable power solutions designed for everyone, everywhere.Inspired by passion for adventure, respect for the planet and a humanitarian heart. We may be a bit irreverent most days but we take our work and play seriously and are proud to provide the most innovative portable power and solar products on the market.
Airline Approved and Travel Ready
Sleek and powerful, the Sherpa 100AC is your go-to source for versatile power while on the move. Airline approved and travel ready, the 94.72Wh power bank is equipped with innovative features like wireless charging, high-speed Power Delivery, and a variety of ports to power phones, tablets, DSLR cameras, and laptops—including power-hungry MacBooks. Full U.S. support team standing by to help resolve any issues.
- 1 x Sherpa 100 AC Power Bank
- 1 x USB-C to USB-C Cable
- 1 x Apple Phone Cable
- 1 x Micro USB Cable
- 1 X 30” USB-C Cable for Charging Power Bank
Two High Speed Power Delivery Ports & Integrated 100W AC
At 60W each, these USB-C Power Delivery ports provide rapid power for laptops, phones and more.
USB-C PD ports (input/output): 5V, 9V, 12V, 15V, 20V up to 3A (60W max), regulated
Integrated 100W AC - Take the outlet with you, on the plain or in the wild, for serious power anywhere you need it. Perfect for keeping cameras and laptops charged.
AC inverter (output): 110V, up to 0.9A (100W max), 60Hz, modified sine wave
Qi Wireless Charging + 2.4A USB
Simply place your wireless enabled phone on the top of the Sherpa 100 and charging begins.
Wireless Qi (output): 5W max
No matter the phone, there’s a wicked fast, convenient charging solution for you. 2 x 2.4A USB ports also included.
USB-A: 5V, up to 2.4A (12W max), regulated
Interactive OLED Display
Check power in and power out, get detailed port information, and even set roles for ports.
Four Charging Cables
We’re including the cables you need to get the job done and an incredible easy way to store them for later. Includes Apple, Micro USB, USB-C and USB-C to USB-C.
What Can the Sherpa 100AC Power?
The Sherpa 100AC is great for all your laptops, tablets, or multiple USB powered devices.
POV Camera: 18 Recharges
Smartphone: 10 Recharges
Tablet: 3 Recharges
Laptop: 2 Recharges
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However, today I discovered a fairly disappointing problem. I have not used the unit in a couple months, it’s been sitting on my desk. Over that time I have occasionally turned it on to observe the battery level. It pretty much ALWAYS says 99%. so this evening I wanted to use the Sherpa to meter the charge rate of a new USB c cable that I’m reviewing, and so I plugged in my dead iPad Pro, and turned on the Sherpa. It ramped up to 30 watts as expected and said 2.5 hours remaining, which is close to the expected 100w capacity, no problem. Came back 10 minutes later, and it said battery dead on the screen and had shut off. So, the monitoring system failed, and the battery does not hold a charge for emergency storage. If the monitor had told me over these months that the battery was draining, I would have put it on a charger to maintain it. Glad I didn’t need it for an emergency!
Gotta say I’m really disappointed in both the ability to store a charge, and that the monitoring system flat out lies even with a significant load running. I’ve got $20 no-name generic usb battery packs that hold more charge in a year than this thing did in a few months. For the $300 cost of this thing, I have a reasonably better expectation than that. Unfortunately both of those problems are things one only discovers well after purchase. So, I would just say this: if you’re buying this to use for emergencies, make sure you keep it in regular rotation otherwise you’re going to be very disappointed come time to use it. I would suggest that you put the Sherpa inline with your regular charging system, so that it is being cycled and maintains a charge. Unplug the source now and then and let it run down so you don’t fry the battery from too much input. In other words, maintain the battery properly. I will be putting mine into my multi-device charging station that gets used by 4 people every night.
On a side note, the main power input charging port on the Sherpa is a proprietary connection, requiring either a goal zero solar panel, or the purchase of a $20 adapter cable. Again, really a pain in the backside and a relatively greedy aspect of goal zero. Yes you can charge it with usb c input, but that sucks up one of the 2 ports, leaving only one available for charging. It would be much better to be able to output 2 usb c devices while powering the Sherpa as well. Especially in today’s mobile environment where things are moving to Usb c.
All in all, this is a good concept, I love that it has wireless charging, AC inverter, and both usb A & C all built in, it’s a very diverse set of tools crammed into one relatively portable box, but it needs some tweaks and updates to keep up with today’s mobile devices. It is plenty big enough for 2 wireless pads, more usb c ports, 90w input charge capacity on usb c, and a monitoring system that tells the truth. For a frequent traveler, looking for a single device that can handle a ton of different uses, the Sherpa Is a fair contender.... it’s just lacking those small things that would really make it a superstar.
3 stars because while it’s a very capable concept, the inability to store and properly report on battery charge is a significant issue. This thing has an advanced monitoring system that offers a bunch of useful info.... yet a basic stat like battery charge is lost.
- It has 2 USB C, and each of the usb c can be configured to do Auto/Input/Output, so you can set one as input and the second one as auto (this is how i set mine) best part, you can charge this with another powerbank (not all powerbank work). My normal 5v 2.4amp powerbank manage to charge 10w to the input while my usb C PD powerbank manage to charge 39w (PD 45w).
- It has 2 usb a and output 5v 2.4amp, so its just like a normal usb power
- Max 100w 110v modified sine wave, well i have only use it to power some fans and lights for now, but it seems to work well, the AC will consume 3w when you turn on the AC, so 1 10w bulb will register 13w and 2 10w bulb will register 23w, i tested it for 4 hours (while charging with USB C PD) the fan kicks in when the device is hot, it is a bit loud, but the fan seems to only kicks in when using the AC (i never use the USB C over 40watts and the fan never kicks in with only USB C and USB, even while charging)
- well it charges at Max 5watt but i don’t have anything to try it with, so i don’t really know
When this Powerbank is Charging and at full capacity (100%) and is being use by some other stuff that uses it, i think minimum 10watt++
it will continue charging the powerbank while powering other device that is is connected with it (input via 8mm Barrel Plug/solar, or any 2 of the USB C).
If it is charging but there is less watt than 10watts(i forgot maybe less or a bit higher) the charging input (8mm or USB C) will stop charging and will start drawing power from the powerbank, don’t worry because when it starts to drop to 90% the input (8mm or USB C) will start to charging again.
The Solar Input works very well, as i use the goal zero extension cable, the Goal Zero 12" MC4 Solar to 8mm Adapter Cable and use a 3rd party solar panel (100watt Panel). It works well as it will charge at maximum 50watt.
The USB C PD charger, seems to only charge max at 50-51watt (i’m using a 60watt PD Charger) i don’t know why it cannot be charge higher to 60watt as describe by goal zero, maybe my its my charger.
I use this powerbank while connected with macbook 12, ipad, iphone, 2 USB fans and 1 SSD which is all i need for my daily use
all in all, it is a very good love it so much with the features. I almost bought other AC Powerbank, luckily this product was release few days while i was searching for the best AC powerbank for me, and this came in the right time
charging with even a 5 Watt charger is inconsistent and insufficient.
So Amazon should offer the charger and the polypropylene case which I had to order separate from Goal Zero.
The product is amazing so-far, further testing in progress.