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We have built a cost effective and powerful mobile solar generator that is TRULY mobile and flexible.

Mobile Solar
Generators

Solar generators are clean, renewable and unlimited energy as long as there is sun available. They are quiet and clean and do give off toxic fumes. They can easily be taken camping or used at tailgate parties! Solar generators make more sense for emergency preparedness and power outages since they do not rely on gas, diesel or propane infrastructure which are typically down in natural disasters.

You can customize a mobile solar generator from small emergency use systems with a single battery that put out from 1500 to 6000 Watts from the inverter to larger home or cabin units with larger battery banks and more panels that can put out from 3000 to 20,000 Watts. We can also help you build a trailer based unit that can supply up to 10,000 or even 20,000 Watts of power with up to 1000-2000 Watts of solar.
You can add small micro VAWT wind generators to any mobile generator to help charge the battery bank 24hrs a day if there is adequate wind.

1500 Watt (3000 Watt Peak) AllInOne Mobile SolarXport Generator with 100 Watt Flex Solar Panel

There are two base models, an AllinOne or the Modular mobile systems. The AllinOne is a single piece unit that opens up fully. The Modular mobile has two or three separate modules, one for the rolling base where the battery is located, second is where the Inverter is housed and the third module is where the solar Charge Controller is housed or you can put it in the second module depending on room.

Usage:

  • The 1500 Watt Inverter with the base system can run any number of items totaling 1500 watts for about an hour. Anything 600-700 Watts for two hours and so on.
  • You can connect laptops, DC lighting or AC lighting from Inverter, run LCD TVs and sat dish receivers
  • Tools like drills and saws up to 12 Amps (for 1500 Watt inverter, higher wattage inverters can handle higher Amps)
  • Small fridges for emergencies and power outages – Fans or small AC units in power outages
  • Charge all your phones and tablets
  • Run DC or AC water pumps
  • Tailgate parties without a noisy and dirty gas generator!!


    $1445 + Tax
  • AllInOne Mobile Unit

    This mobile solar generator is based on a a Stanley FatMax rolling all in one tool box that allows for easy mobility up to a 110AHr battery, solar inverter, charge controller and various tools. This system expands to gain access to the battery compartment in the base, and the other two compartments for the inverter and charge controller. Battery can easily be removed easier transport.

    1500 Watt (3000 Watt Peak) DC to AC Inverter

    The base inverter in this unit is a 1500 Watt with a peak capability of 3000 Watts. The inverter is a Modified Sine Wave inverter and can handle most devices and tools connected to it up to 9 Amps. Most larger tools that are over 9 Amps would require at least a 3000 Watt inverter.
    The Inverter is one of the major components of any solar system whether Grid Tied or Off Grid because they convert solar and battery power which is DC voltage to AC voltage so you can use any of your regular 110-120V AC appliances. The Inverter in the mobile generator is an Off Grid or what we call a Point Of Use Inverter when using smaller inverters.

    100 Watt Flex/Lightweight Solar Panel

    The lightweight solar panel (4lbs) we have chosen for mobile systems can charge a single 100-110 Amp Hr battery in about 8-9 hrs of direct sunlight. If 3 solar panels are connected in parallel with T branch connectors the charge time is about 3-4 hrs. The charge time will vary if system is being used at the same time as solar charging. We also build and sell lightweight PVC ground mount units for a single panel up to 3 panels. The maximum amount of solar for this system is 360 Watts for a 12v battery unit.
    The solar panel or solar panels, are another major component for any solar system whether Grid Tied or Off Grid. For mobile solar generators, it is important to keep the weight at a minimum for transport so we choose 100 Watt up to 150 Watt Flex or lightweight solar panels. You may also connect any other type of solar crystalline panels that are larger and less expensive than their flex/thin film counterparts. It is important to only connect as much watts of solar crystalline panels that the solar charge controller can handle which is 360 Watts in this model.

    100 Amp Hr SLA Deep Cycle Battery

    We only use SLA (Sealed Lead Acid), AGM (Absorbed Glass Materials) or Lithium Ion batteries for our mobiles systems. This eliminates the off gassing of hydrogen gas into the air while charging is taking place. This is safer for indoor usage and tight confined spaces like RVs or trailers. Sealed batteries also will not spill acid while in motion or transporting. All batteries we use for renewable energy systems are Deep Cycle and allow for deep discharging without to much harm. The best batteries of course are Lithium and can do 1000s of cycles however they are costly right now and best for projects like Electric Vehicles or mobile solar systems where budget is not a factor.

    Solar Charge Controller

    The 30 Amp solar charge controller used for the mobile generators is pretty capable unit for a smaller, less expensive charge controller. It is flexible and can charge 12v, 24v or 48v battery banks with a maximum of 360 Watts of solar input for a 12v battery system or 720 Watts of solar input for a 24v system. It can also handle solar panel voltages up to 48v DC and max of 30 Amps. If more solar is required for your needs, a larger charge controller with MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) capability pulls more power fro the solar panels.
    The solar charge controller is required to charge a single battery or a larger battery bank and sits between the solar panels and the battery bank. It controls the charging of the battery bank and will not overcharge or damage the battery. If you connect solar panels that are not 12v rated to a battery, you can explode the battery since newer solar panels put out over 20-45v DC now.

    2000 Watt (4000 Watt Peak) Modular Mobile SolarXport Generator with 100 Watt Flex Solar Panel

    This Modular mobile solar system has two or three separate modules, one for the rolling base where the battery is located, second is where the Inverter is housed and the third module is where the solar Charge Controller is housed or you can put it in the second module depending on room. With the ability to seperate the battery base module from the others, it is easier to pickup and put in a vehicle. Because it is modular, this allows for stacking various systems together for expandability as well as the ability to daisy chain more battery modules together.

    Usage:

  • The 2000 Watt Inverter with the base system can run any number of items totaling 1500 watts for about an hour. Anything 700-800 Watts for two hours and so on.
  • You can connect laptops, DC lighting or AC lighting from Inverter, run LCD TVs and sat dish receivers
  • Tools like drills and saws up to 12 Amps
  • Small fridges for emergencies and power outages – Fans or small AC units in power outages
  • Charge all your phones and tablets
  • Run DC or AC water pumps
  • Tailgate parties without a noisy and dirty gas generator!!


    $1600 + Tax
  • Modular Mobile Unit

    This mobile solar generator is based on a a Ridgid 3 piece modular rolling tool box that allows for easy mobility up to a 60lb battery, solar inverter, charge controller and various tools. This system is modular to gain access to the battery compartment in the base, and the other two modules for the inverter and charge controller. Battery module can be detached early and moved separately from other two modules. Since the battery module is on it own and mobile, you can connect more together to give you more Amp Hrs of battery capacity.

    2000 Watt (4000 Watt Peak) DC to AC Inverter

    The base inverter in this unit is a 2000 Watt with a peak capability of 4000 Watts. The inverter is a Modified Sine Wave inverter and can handle most devices and tools connected to it up to 18 Amps. The largest Inverter that can fit the case is a 3500 Watt Power Bright or 3000 Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter.
    The Inverter is one of the major components of any solar system whether Grid Tied or Off Grid because they convert solar and battery power which is DC voltage to AC voltage so you can use any of your regular 110-120V AC appliances. The Inverter in the mobile generator is an Off Grid or what we call a Point Of Use Inverter when using smaller inverters.

    100 Watt Flex/Lightweight Solar Panel

    The lightweight solar panel (4lbs) we have chosen for mobile systems can charge a single 100-110 Amp Hr battery in about 8-9 hrs of direct sunlight. If 3 solar panels are connected in parallel with T branch connectors the charge time is about 3-4 hrs. The charge time will vary if system is being used at the same time as solar charging. We also build and sell lightweight PVC ground mount units for a single panel up to 3 panels. The maximum amount of solar for this system is 360 Watts for a 12v battery unit.
    The solar panel or solar panels, are another major component for any solar system whether Grid Tied or Off Grid. For mobile solar generators, it is important to keep the weight at a minimum for transport so we choose 100 Watt up to 150 Watt Flex or lightweight thin film solar panels. You may also connect any other type of solar crystalline panels that are larger and less expensive than their flex/thin film counterparts. It is important to only connect as much watts of solar crystalline panels that the solar charge controller can handle which is 360 Watts in this model.

    110 Amp Hr SLA Deep Cycle Battery

    We only use SLA (Sealed Lead Acid), AGM (Absorbed Glass Materials) or Lithium Ion batteries for our mobiles systems. This eliminates the off gassing of hydrogen gas into the air while charging is taking place. This is safer for indoor usage and tight confined spaces like RVs or trailers. Sealed batteries also will not spill acid while in motion or transporting. All batteries we use for renewable energy systems are Deep Cycle and allow for deep discharging without to much harm. The best batteries of course are Lithium and can do 1000s of cycles however they are costly right now and best for projects like Electric Vehicles or mobile solar systems where budget is not a factor.

  • Trojan Flooded/Wet Cell Battery (not sealed, best for fixed applications) - Cheapest, a 100Ah battery is about $135
  • SLA - Sealed Lead Acid Battery - Least expensive SLA, a 100Ah battery is about $180
  • AGM - Absorbed Glass Material Battery - Least expensive, a 100Ah battery is about $190
  • Lithium - LiFePO4- Least expensive, a 100Ah battery is about $595


  • Solar Charge Controller

    The 30 Amp solar charge controller used for the mobile generators is pretty capable unit for a smaller, less expensive charge controller. It is flexible and can charge 12v, 24v or 48v battery banks with a maximum of 360 Watts of solar input for a 12v battery system or 720 Watts of solar input for a 24v system. It can also handle solar panel voltages up to 48v DC and max of 30 Amps. If more solar is required for your needs, a larger charge controller with MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) capability pulls more power fro the solar panels.
    The solar charge controller is required to charge a single battery or a larger battery bank and sits between the solar panels and the battery bank. It controls the charging of the battery bank and will not overcharge or damage the battery. If you connect solar panels that are not 12v rated to a battery, you can explode the battery since newer solar panels put out over 20-45v DC now.
    For charging a 3 or more battery based system, it is recommended to upgrade the solar charge controller to a 50Amp unit that can handle 750 Watt of solar input max. It is also recommended to add more solar panels up the the maximum input wattage in order to charge faster.