Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Recharger

Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Recharger

Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Recharger is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 56.
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Product Description Item No.   10263074

FEATURES of the Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Recharger

  • Recharge by: AC, 12V, Solar
  • Ideal for: Tablet, Laptop, DSLR Camera, Lights
  • UV Coated to prevent scratches
  • Chainable

- + Product Specifications
Weight: 30.4 oz
Dimensions: 5.8 x 1.5 x 5.25 in.
Battery Type: Lithium Ion
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Best Use: Casual
Rated 2 out of 5 by from disappointed. needs more testing I bought this several weeks ago along with the nomad 28 plus panel tourch 250 and several lights for a trip to the Amazon jungle. In hindsight I should have done more research. They obviously haven't tested this equipment in extremely hot environments and most positive reviews are from what seems like temperate to cold environments. All I can say is that here in the jungle where even if you keep the equipment out of direct sunlight the equipment gets hot I'm having a lot of problems with overheating. The carry pouch on the back of the nomad has already fallen off after the glue melted. How can you keep solar panels out of the sun? The tourch 250 which is supposed to self charge now needs to be charged via the sherpa because of overheating. The sherpa is not holding a charge well and I'm getting half of it's advertised power etc. Under "normal" conditions this equipment is probably worth the money but if you're going to need it in desert or jungle conditions I suggest shopping around.
Date published: 2018-02-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works for running CPAP machine I got this with the desire to run my DreamStation CPAP machine for most of the night. Using direct 12v power I used about 40% battery/night (60% using the inverter). I'm pretty happy that I can get two nights out of it when I was hoping to make it most of one night. The battery is very compact and well powered with my only complaint being the lights around the 12v outlet and the blue lights around the USB. They can light up a room or tent! It would be great if those lights could be turned off also.
Date published: 2017-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product! I have a variety of Goal Zero products, all of them perform as promised. A couple of years ago I added the Sherpa 100 Power Pack with the Nomad 20 solar panel and an inverter. My electronics include an iPhone, iPad mini, Mac Air, power packs for my Canon camera and headlamp, and blue tooth keyboard. The Goal Zero gear has kept me powered up in a variety of conditions. I've been able to plug in my Mac at a conference when I was in the middle of a crowd and 50' away from the walls. I've used the power pack car camping, canoe trekking, and backpacking. One "emergency" occasion was during a fund-raising alpine ski demo day for a non-profit that provided ski lessons for children and adults with disabilities. Among their clients is my 9-year-old grandson who is deaf/autistic. He loves skiing. For two years in a row the batteries have run out on the organization's tablets and card readers. They depend on my Sherpa 100 to keep them up and running.
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cpap operation I use the this to go backpacking. This unit will run my cpap for about 8.5 hours. (no humidity) I bought an extra Nomad 20 to charge the unit faster during the day. It is also nice to have at home to run your cpap in case of a power outage.
Date published: 2016-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Able to charge everything and power my laptop I bought this for a future multi-week camping trip where I will need to recharge camera batteries (Nikon D3s, GoPro) and run an Apple laptop. So far the Sherpa has been able to recharge everything and easily power the Apple laptop for more than enough time to upload, sort and backup my images. I recommend using more than on Nomad 20 as it will shorten the recharge time of the Sherpa 100. Get the inverter the ability to plug in just like at home is a wonderful convenience. Recharging two Nikon D3s batteries from totally dead to full power used less than half of the Sherpa's full capacity.
Date published: 2016-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from will be my only power for 10 days The unit holds a lot of power, the panels recharge it very quickly. I'm taking the system to Fiji, to a remote island, eco resort, that has very little power available , this unit will be used to charge my Iphone, my Mac Book, several camera batteries including Go Pro cameras, and a dive light and will also be using the USB light attachment at night to get around.
Date published: 2016-05-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rugged, well thought-out, compact for the power Our team used a Sherpa 50 system during a 30-day paddling drip for a documentary film last year and it was great. On a recent 8-day kayak trip for a magazine shoot, I decided to buy my own Sherpa 100 system (so I could power my Macbook Pro Retina 15") and it worked brilliantly, in the rain, mud and sand. The whole team was psyched to have reliable power. I'd like to see a simple case/bag setup for the battery to use while charging in adverse weather or, say on top of a kayak where splashing could occur.
Date published: 2016-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very powerful I have used the Sherpa 100 with Nomad 20 on expedition to Aconcagua, Elbrus and few over one month long climbing trips over last year. Charging IPads, headlamps, satellite phone and other gear, I can say that I am 100% happy with this product.
Date published: 2016-04-16
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What kind of input cable does this have for charging the battery? Does it come with a cigarette lighter style cable for charging from a car or similarly equipped solar setup? Does it have a charge regulator for solar panel charging (input?)

Asked by: AK Ed
Thanks for the question! The Sherpa 100 Recharger comes with the following: Sherpa 100 Power Pack AC Wall Charger 12V Adapter Sherpa Laptop Tips It can be charged three ways: the sun, being plugged into a regular wall outlet, and by plugging into the 12V adapter. Also - yes, there is a built in charge controller that will limit the input to a max of 45 watts when charging via the solar panel. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Foxxy Cleopatra
Date published: 2017-11-25
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