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The Patriot Emergency Solar Power System

1500 watt Inverter

100 watt Solar Panels

25 foot jumper from solar panels to inverter

 


With extreme weather causing blackouts across the country year-round and a variety of other natural and man-made events threatening a vulnerable electrical grid, many people are looking for ways to protect themselves and their families from the results of power outages.

Nashville, Tenn. - based 4Patriots announced today that it is now making it easier for Americans to handle power outages with a new product. The Patriot Power Generator is a portable solar generator that’s designed to provide electricity for important devices and equipment during a power outage or disaster situation.

The generator comes with an integrated 1,500-watt inverter / 600Wh lithium battery, 100-watt foldable solar panel and a 25-foot long extension cord going from the solar panels to the generator. It weighs only 27 pounds for the generator and measures a cubic foot, so it’s small enough to take anywhere, and it has the ability to daisy-chain additional solar panels for even more power and faster charging. The generator operates nearly silently and produces no emissions.

This durable, state-of-the-art, lithium battery generator is rated for 1,000-plus life cycles and holds a charge for up to six months. It can be charged by the solar panel, by plugging into a normal 120V AC wall outlet or by a wind turbine.

New Price is $2000.00 shipped to you via truck due to the Lithium Battery.

$1000.00
Plus Shipping or may be picked up in Tryon NC


 

 

 
Complete package with a 25 foot Solar panel to
inverter/battery unit.
 
This is the battery and inverter power unit.
Note that this unit uses power poles for 12v DC
AC Output is 1500 watts max.
 
Solar panels - 50 watts per panel = 100 watts
 
Interconnections on the back of the solar panels
 
Back of the power unit.
Note that there is a AC charge circuit as well
as the Solar charge circuit.  There is a
KEY LOCK for master on and off.
The plug for the Solar Panels is different as it is
vertical rather than horizontal.  No mistakes here.
 
Carry handles