YETI 500X HIGHLIGHTS:
Power a Wide Range of Devices
Yeti 500X is equipped with four different port options—including AC, 12V, and 60W USB-C PD—to power everything from phones to portable fridges.
High-Speed Charging Solution
Equipped with the latest charging technology, including a high-speed Power Delivery port capable of charging USB-C laptops, tablets, mirrorless cameras, and phones in a fraction of the time.
Experience Unlimited Power
Charge the Yeti 500X from the sun with our portable solar panels while away from the grid and keep it topped off from a wall outlet when you’re home. The featured MPPT charge controller ensures you’re getting the most efficient solar charge possible.
(2) USB High-Speed 2.0 Ports
(1) 12V AC Outlets
(1) 12V Car Port
Wall Outlet (included) : 10 Hours
12V Charger : 4.5 Hours
50W Solar Panel : 12 Hours
|Yeti 500 Solar Generator|
12.9 lbs (5.85 kg)
|Dimensions - Inches (L x W x H)||7.5 x 11.25 x 5.8 in (19.05 x 2858 x 14.73 cm)|
USB-C port 5/9V, up to 3A (18W max), regulated
USB-C port (input/output): 5-20V, up to 3.0A (60W max). regulated
USB-A port 5V, up to 2.4 (12 Watt max)
6mm port (output, 6mm): 12V, up to 10A (120W max), regulated
12V car port (output): 12V, up to 10A (120W max), regulated
120V AC inverter: 120VAC 60Hz, 2.5A (300W, 12000W surge)(output, pure sine wave)
|Charging Port (input, 8mm)||13-22V, up to 10A (150W max)|
|Battery Chemistry||Li-ion NMC|
|Battery Capacity - Watt Hours (Wh)||505 Wh (10.8V, 46.8Ah)|
|Charge Retention||3-6 Months|
|Management System||MPPT charge controller, low battery protection|
Wall Charger : 10 hours
Yeti 500X Portable Power Station
60W Power Supply (AC Wall Charger)
To check the charge level of your Goal Zero Yeti, refer to the Battery Display. When lit up, you’ll see a battery outline with 5 segments, indicating the current charge level. It is OK to use your Goal Zero Yeti even when it’s not fully charged.
Refer to the Watt Hours (Wh), or the amount of energy that can be stored in each battery, and can help estimate how long your gear will run from each power bank or power station. For example, a 500Wh battery should run a 100W light for 5 hours (500/100=5). If your gear falls within the 500Wh capacity of the Yeti, you’ll want to check the restrictions on each of the output ports. When you’re deciding on what to power from your new Goal Zero power bank or power station, it’s helpful to look into your device’s wattage consumption.
No, the lithium battery is over 100Wh and not allowed on planes under FAA regulations.