Nature’s Generator – 1800W Solar & Wind Powered Generator – Gold System


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Nature’s Generator is comprised of two natural ways to generate free electricity – solar and wind power. The Nature’s Generator Gold System couples the power of the Nature’s Generator with a Nature’s Generator Power Panel.

The Nature’s Generator stores electrical energy in its internal battery and uses state-of-the-art electronics that convert 12-Volt power to 120-Volt everyday household electricity; it provides 720 Watt hours of run time.

The Nature’s Generator does not require gas to run which makes it the perfect emergency and backup power source for use inside your home. With the included Nature’s Generator Power Panel you can keep your system charged and ready to go essentially creating your own solar power production plant.

  • Nature’s Generator has a built-in 1800W Pure Sine Wave Inverter and Internal 60 AH battery; Helps produce 720 watt hours of total output on a single charge.
  • System includes 1 x 100W Polycrystalline Nature’s Generator Power Panel with built-in wheels for ease of transport and movement. Also includes 50ft power panel cable for easily connecting the Power Panel to the Nature’s Generator (some assembly required).
  • The Nature’s Generator features 3 x 120V AC outlets, 2 x USB ports that produce 3A of combined power , 1 x 12V DC outlet, 1 x Solar Input (200W charge controller built-in) and 1 x Wind Input (300W charge controller built-in).
  • The front of the Nature’s Generator also features a light up LCD screen that gives the user a view of the battery level, charging status, output usage (above 100W) and more!
  • The back panel of the Nature’s Generator also has a built-in 600-Volt/175 Amp expansion port for connecting an unlimited amount of Nature’s Generator Power Pods.

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System Specifications

GENERAL:

Product dimensions –

  • Generator: With Cart – 23 × 17 × 22 in., Without Cart – 18 x 12 x 15 in –
  • Power Panel: 40 x 6 x 30 in.

Product Weight –

  • Generator: 90lbs
  • Power Panel: 28lbs

Operating and Storage Temperatures –

  • Generator Operating temperature: 32-104 °F (0-40 °C)
  • Generator Storage Temperature: 23–111 °F (-5–45 °C)

FEATURES:

Generator Outlets/ Ports, Inverter & Battery –

  • Three 120V household AC outlets
  • Two USB ports (3A of combined power)
  • One 12V DC port (240W max)
  • Expansion Port: 200A Fuse
  • Charging AC Input (90W)
  • Solar Input (200W Max)
  • Wind Input (300W Max)
  • Generator Output Power: 1800W max
  • Generator Output Wave Form: Pure Sine Wave
  • Generator Output Voltage: 120V
  • Generator Output Frequency: 60Hz
  • Built-in 60Ah SLA battery (Keep plugged in or recharge every 2-3 months of non-use)
  • Built-in charge controller
  • Built-in low battery protection

Power Panel –

  • 100 Watt panel
  • Cell Type: Polycrystalline
  • Junction Box with MC4 Connector cable
  • Daisy-Chain to another solar panel using MC4 branch connector
  • Frame cart with wheels
  • Summer and Winter Tilt positions
  • Reinforced with 3.2mm safety, anti-reflective glass

nature's generator cart

Included cart allows for easy movement and transportation of the Nature’s Generator.

nature's generator 100 watt power panel

100Watt polycrystalline power panel includes frame with wheels for easy movement and stand with adjustable tilt options.

Some assembly required

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