I would be curious to know if anyone has used the goal zero solar power generator and if it would be good to use with your RV.
Some of you may be wondering what I'm talking about. Goal Zero is a portable solar power generator about the size of an emergency car jumper box. It comes with cloth solar cell you plug into the unit to provide constant electricity in the outback. They are usual designed for low drain situations. It has 2 AC outlets so you can plug your RV into it via a 15 amp household adapter. I ran my RV off of UPS once to see how long it would go on external portable power, and it ran for about 1 hour. The point? I don't know if Goal Zero can produce more amperage or not. It is pricey. So Would it be good for dry camping with the low drain such as lights in your RV? Then turn on the generator when you want to use the microwave or air conditioner? Maybe it might just be easier and cheaper to go Harbor Freight because their solar kits produce 45 AMPS of power?
So any input from anyone who has used the goal zero solar power generator would be helpful.
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