Yeti 1250 MAX by Goal Zero

(1 customer review)

CAD $2,299.00

Without all the trouble of wiring a complete solar system, this Yeti 1250 MAX package provides 265W premium solar module, and the Goal Zero Yeti 1250 integrated solar battery pack. Mount the panel. Run the cable down to the Yeti. Done.
Free shipping in Canada – We can ship this from Ontario for fast delivery across Canada

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Product Description

Go big, or go home.
You are miles from any utility, but that doesn’t matter… this is your getaway place.
But you would like to have electricity available for lights & other things. And without all the trouble of wiring a complete solar system.
The Yeti 1250 MAX is for you.

Free shipping in Canada – We can ship from Ontario for fast delivery across Canada

This Yeti 1250 MAX package combines the single-unit convenience & exceptional performance of the Goal Zero Yeti 1250 battery, with the maximum-sized solar panel for the Yeti’s input MPPT controller. Fantastic value for anyone who wants a simple plug & play solar power system for cottage or cabin. With one purchase, you have 265 Watts of premium crystalline cell solar panel, combined with a 100AHr AGM battery pack, fully integrated with 12V DC outlet, USB ports, and 1200 Watt pure sinewave AC power.

Charge the Yeti 1250 from the included 265W solar array, from your household power outlets, or from your car’s cigarette socket.

Use the Yeti 1250 MAX Kit for emergency back-up, camping, or remote seasonal cabin. It’s the safe, convenient way to take an instant solar power system on location.

What’s Included with the Yeti 1250 MAX…
  • 1 x Goal Zero Yeti 1250 Solar Generator
  • 1 x 265Watt premium Solar Panel
    (selected according to best market rate from major brands:
    Hanwha, REC, CSun, SolarWorld, Canadian Solar)
  • 1 x 25′ solar panel extension cable with MC4 connectors (longer extension cables are available)
  • 1 x Roll Cart
What Can The Yeti 1250 MAX Power?

Just about anything…
Computers, phones, radios, TVs, DVDs, CPAP & other medical equipment, small fridges, microwave ovens, lights, all USB devices, and much more. Like your own little utility company!
Need more battery capacity?
Simply use the Goal Zero Yeti ring terminal chaining cable, and purchase a 100AHr AGM battery from any local automotive/marine retailer (saves the nasty shipping costs of batteries!). We can help you find the one you need.

Yeti 1250 MAX Technical Specifications…

Charge Times

  • Wall Charger (72W): 18 hours
  • Car Charger (30W): 44 Hours
  • 265W Solar: 10-20 Hours

Yeti 1250 Battery Details

  • Cell Type: AGM Lead Acid
  • Peak Capacity: 1200Wh (12V, 100Ah)
  • Lifecycles: hundreds of cycles
  • Shelf-life: Keep plugged in, or charge every 3 months
  • Fuses: 200A (4x 50A fuses in parallel)
  • Product SKU: 31901
  • Chainable: Yes
  • Weight: 103 lbs (46.7 kg)
  • Dimensions: 11 x 16 x 14.5 in (27.9 x 40.6 x 36.8 cm)
  • Operating usage temp.: 32-104 F (0-40 C)
  • Certs: CE, FCC, ROHS
  • Warranty 6 months

Yeti 1250 Outlet Ports

  • USB port (output): 5V, up to 2.1A (10.5W max), regulated
  • 6mm port (output, 6mm): 12V, up to 10A (120W max)
  • 12V car port (output): 12V, up to 10A (120W max)
  • 12V Power Pole Port (output): 12-14V, up to 30A (360W max)
  • Household AC (pure sine wave): 110V 10A (1200W continuous, 1500W surge max)
  • Charging port (input, 8mm): 16-48V, up to 10A (160W max)
  • Power Pole charging port (input): 16-48V, up to 20A (240W max)
  • Power Pole chaining port: 12V, up to 175A (2100W max)

265W Solar Panel Details

  • Rated Power: 265W
  • Open Circuit Voltage (max power): 30.8V
  • Short Circuit Ams (max power): 8.69A
  • Cell Type: Polycrystalline
  • Ports: MC4 Connectors
  • Dimensions: 167cm x 100cm x 3.5cm
  • Weight 19kg
  • Warranty: 25 years

DOWNLOAD THE YETI 1250 USER GUIDE HERE

Spec sheet for the current brand/model of solar panel provided with this kit is available upon request

Don’t need quite as much power?
Want it all to be just a little more portable? 

You should take a look at our Yeti 1250 Solar 90 Kit!

Free shipping in Canada – We can ship from Ontario for fast delivery across Canada

Additional Information

Weight 50 kg

1 review for Yeti 1250 MAX by Goal Zero

  1. kurtis

    i used the 265w solar panel on the system, and it fried the system after reading user guide it says 240w max

    • admin

      Hi Kurtis, thanks for your note.
      Who did you purchase your Yeti 1250 & 265W solar panel from?

      I have spoken with Goal Zero earlier this summer regarding this issue for another client. In response to your concern & experience, I contacted them again today. They attest that their input charge controller, connecting through the Anderson Power Pole terminal, can handle a 280W panel with no problem.

      Since your experience is counter to this, I recommend discussing your situation with them… you may have a faulty unit.
      Despite stating a 240W max in their manual, their MPPT controller specs state up to 48V & 20A, which indicates that it can handle most 60-cell modules, even 300W (I asked about this specifically, and they said ‘yes’).
      The benefits of power-shaving a larger panel are that your system has greater capacity to charge in times of bad weather, earlier in the morning & later in the afternoon, overcome soiling & shading losses, etc.

      Of course, the larger issue is that of battery size. The Group 31 AGM battery inside the Yeti 1250 will fill quickly on a 240W+ solar module, and should ideally be chained out to its maximum of 4 units to absorb & store the extra power produced by the larger module (note that standard group 31 sealed AGM batteries can be chained to the Yeti 1250… you do not need to purchase actual Yeti’s in order to expand capacity. Just be sure to match the battery specs).

      Thanks again for bringing-up this point, and I hope you are able to resolve your problem with Goal Zero. Their equipment rarely has any problems, and they are very responsive with their support.

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