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Goal Zero Nomad 27M Solar Panel


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  • Collect 27 watts of power from the sun
  • Store power with the Sherpa 120 power pack for use anytime
  • Charges the Sherpa 120 power pack in 6 - 10 hours from the sun
  • Small, lightweight, foldable soft case for convenient carrying
  • Built in pocket to store connector cord

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 57 x 11.3 x 0.3 cm ; 1.5 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.9 Kg
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  • Item model number: 12201
  • ASIN: B003RZWEM2
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 31 July 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 154,438 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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At Give 5 To Cancer we are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality products and customer service while supporting a great cause. We belong to The Breast Cancer Research Foundations Survivor's Circle Partner Program. http://www.bcrfcure.org/inv_survpart.html Give 5 To Cancer will be donating $5 for every 5 products sold to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation to achieve prevention and a cure for cancer in our lifetime. We invite you to browse through our store and shop with confidence. Thank you for visiting! This is a New Goal Zero 12201 Nomad 27m Monocrystalline 27 Watt Solar Panel. Powerfully compact. When space is tight and every ounce counts, the Nomad 27M packs the perfect power source. Using 27-watts of highly efficient mono-crystalline solar technology, its eight small panels provide plenty of power and conveniently fold into a small, lightweight portable case. So whether you're backpacking, hiking, biking, snowshoeing or more, you can easily pack and carry your solar energy - compatible with all of your Elite gear. GOAL ZERO is an innovator of portable solar power systems that power a variety of USB, AC and DC devices anywhere and at anytime. Providing a perfect blend of portability, power, and ease-of-use, GOAL ZERO products feature full solar energy systems -solar panels, power packs and accessories - each designed to work in concert with each other. GOAL ZERO isn't just a company, it's a business created by people who live life to its fullest, with a shared vision inspired by the passion for adventure, respect for the planet and a humanitarian heart. We're a company that equips families and individuals seeking to improve the outdoor experience with the most innovative portable power products on the market. Field-proven in some of the most remote places on earth, we are working to continually deliver smart, innovative power solutions that will change the way you adventure.

Manufacturer's Description

When space is tight and every ounce counts, the Nomad 27M packs the perfect power source. Using 27 watts of highly efficient mono-crystalline solar technology, its eight small panels provide plenty of power and conveniently fold into a small, lightweight portable case. So whether you're backpacking, hiking, biking, snowshoeing, or more, you can easily pack and carry your solar energy. This solar panel can charge most of your portable devices to help you take your digital life to go.

27 watts of solar power to charge your portable devices anywhere
27 Watts of Solar Power

The Nomad 27M collect 27 watts of power from the sun, and stores power with the Sherpa 120 power pack for use anytime. The solar panel charges the Sherpa 120 power pack in 6-10 hours from the sun, giving you the power you need to use your smartphone, GPS, portable media player, or any other device you carry. On the mountain or at the beach, the Nomad 27M goes wherever you do.

Includes Carrying Case

The Nomad 27M solar panel package includes a small, lightweight, foldable soft case for convenient carrying. The case features a built-in pocket to store a connector cord for your portable devices.

Weather Resistant

When you're outdoors, you can't always predict the weather. Fortunately, the Nomad 27M solar panel is weather-resistant, allowing you to store and use power even in inclement weather. No need to worry about getting caught in a sudden summer shower at the beach, or a surprise light snowfall during a mountain hike.

What's in the Box?

Goal Zero Nomad 27M Solar Panel, 3 aluminium stiffening rods, carrying case, manual, warranty.

Technical Specifications

  • Solar Panel Wattage: 27W
  • Solar Panel Type: Mono-crystalline
  • Open-Circuit Voltage: 18-20V
  • Converting Efficiency: 17-18%
  • Solar Cell Area: 0.151 square meters
  • Operating Temperature: 0-120 F (-17-48 C)
  • Dimensions (unfolded): 44.5 x 22.5 x 0.1 in (113 x 57 x 0.25 cm)
  • Weight: 3.2 lbs (1.5 kg)


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Emil Falk on 21 Sep 2013
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Recharged my Yeti 150 several times. Not so strong sun here in Sweden but still gave it a good charge from time to time.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Traver on 14 Dec 2012
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This is a video review of the solar charging equipment I personally used whilst horse riding in western Mongolia. The Goal Zero equipment included a Nomad 27M panel and female cigarette adapter.
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful
Great Panels, works well for off grid needs 24 Aug 2011
By D. Taylor - Published on Amazon.com
This review is for the Goal Zero Nomad 27 solar panels Goal0 12201 Nomad 27M Solar Panel.

I bought these solar panels to use on a backwoods trip to keep the Sherpa 120 battery Goal0 11102 Sherpa 120 Battery charged that I used to run a CPAP machine while I sleep. Since this would be running a medical device, I felt it was important to know I could trust the system.

I carefully measured (using a Kill-a-Watt) the power my CPAP was consuming and knew that in good conditions the battery as found in the Sherpa 120 should last nearly 3 nights, so the solar panels wouldn't need to fully charge the system in a single day. I have also measured the CPAP using (using a Watts-Up) when running directly from 12v and it consumes about 30 watts a night (vs 37watts a night on 120v).

In field testing and subsequent follow up this is how I would rate the solar panels. These panels delivered the full 27 watts and worked well, actually charging my system quicker than I had anticipated. When solar charging the Sherpa 120 battery it takes longer than it does to charge from Grid power. To get the most from your solar panels, you'll need to adjust the panels to face the sun 2-3 times in a day. This was especially important for me when we were in a forest and the sun moving through the day changes where you need to be to get them in the sunlight. I was able to top off my system in a full day of Arizona sun using the Nomad 27 solar panels.

The panels fold up nicely which allows storage during transit and backpacking. On boating and a recent canoe trip, I packed the panels and battery in a Coleman dry bag for safety from the water. Coleman 29x13 Dry Gear Bag

The system is nicely rugged and in my case even blew over and down some rocks with no damage. I bought the available silicone sleeve for the battery which is a nice way to protect your investment. Use tent stakes in the provided grommet holes to keep things from blowing around. Focus on using 12v loads directly and make sure you are running your necessary equipment as efficiently as possible to maximize your run times. If you can get away without using an inverter, all of your devices will run longer from a fixed battery capacity, plus your weight will be physically lighter.
24 of 28 people found the following review helpful
Excellent add-on to a solid line of products 23 Nov 2011
By Cosmo-Tech - Published on Amazon.com
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I currently own a number of the Goal Zero line. I have two 13.5 Nomad panels, a Nomad 7 and now, a 27 watt. In addition, I have a couple Estrella lights and a couple Light-a-life, a Sherpa 120 and various accesories. In short, the system works well and the watt hours are quite accurate. The system has seen me through various backpack and camping trips. It was great to be able to power up laptops while climbing. The lights were a welcome addition to an anniversary dinner in the wilderness. The Battery lives on my bike to power lights, sound and charge my phone while I ride.

The thing I appreciate most about the system is how compact it is. It is very solid and light (relatively) for the amount of power it offers. People have stood on the panels. The battery was dropped on the street from my bike. (bad securing on my part.) They've been in the rain and the battery had taken a small dunk in a creek and kept on running.

Like another review had noted, the unique connector ports did put me off at first. But the connections all are strong except for the bendable short connectors for the Estrella lights.

I found a great price for the Nomad 27 and jumped on it. I'm now able to charge the Nomad in a few hours. All of the panels fit into a small pannier on the bike.

Overall, a great product on a mostly superb line of products.
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Theses are rugged and work really well. 12 Aug 2011
By B. Nyleen - Published on Amazon.com
These are the same ones the military use in Iraq, except they are not camo. I got two of these nd they fully charge my Sherpa 120 in about 4-5 hours on a sunny day.
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Very Good Design 27 Jun 2011
By Duane L. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
I purchased this with the sherpa 120 battery. The cordura is very durable and the kit folds up nicely, if I can remember the fold sequence. Very light. Can strap on back of rucksack to directly recharge any USB item or recharge the sherpa 120 on the move. Can't think of any improvements to this product. Rapidly recharged my sherpa 120 after use.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Works great with the Yeti 150 27 July 2013
By Anthony - Published on Amazon.com
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This and the Yeti 150 are must haves for camping. Both are to large for BOBs, but for the weekend camping trip they really do keep the gadgets charged.
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