Tech Video: Yeti 400 & Yeti 1400 Lithium

Tech Video: Yeti 400 & Yeti 1400 Lithium
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Hear what makes the new Goal Zero Yeti Lithium Portable Power Stations some of the most innovative products our engineering team has ever developed.

Goal Zero Yeti 400 Lithium Tech Video

Whether you’re going off the grid or preparing for a black out, the Yeti 400 Lithium is designed to be an efficient, portable power house. When paired with a Goal Zero Solar Panel, it makes for a sustainable on-the-go power solution.

Goal Zero Yeti 1400 Lithium Tech Video

Our most versatile power station to date, the Yeti 1400 Lithium is the largest in the line and features a patent-pending inverter design that allows greater compatibility with more devices. From phones to fridges, power tools to laptops, the Yeti 1400 Lithium can get the job done both indoors and out.

18 Comments

  1. Yehuda Maayan 9 months ago

    A question:
    Is it possible to replace the battery inside the Yeti 150 with a Lithium battery?

    • Author
      goalzero 8 months ago

      This is not possible.

  2. Tony 9 months ago

    can you add more lithium batteries to it to give you more time before the battery is used up?

    • Author
      goalzero 8 months ago

      We currently do not offer a way to chain lithium batteries to add additional storage.

  3. Bruce A. Forster 9 months ago

    I am not impressed. Why? Simple.
    So it weighs a few Pounds less. That’s fine as far as that goes. BUT, and this is a BIG But:
    With the SAME runtime, and SAME charge time, and very similar discharge rate to the standard Yeti 400, I CAN’T see the additional $200.00 for what is effectively NO improvement in actual performance! Sorry!

  4. Will Pherigo 9 months ago

    How should yeti lithium batteries be disposed of? Disposal of small lithium batteries is a challenge — how should these monsters be disposed? Is there a recycling program?

    • Author
      goalzero 8 months ago

      We work with a third party to ensure all batteries are properly disposed of. If you need help with any of our products please contact our solutions center 1-888-794-6250

  5. Ayalew 8 months ago

    goalzero solar products are perfect i like them all. New eras solar products.

  6. Malc 8 months ago

    $200 premium over the standard Yeti 400, we should be so lucky.
    Here in the U.K they are asking for a $500 premium. £880— that’s about$1000 dollars for the Yeti 400 lithium.

  7. Ronn 8 months ago

    Can I use this in-place of a standard UPS?
    Is there battery conditioning when plugged-in?
    Can I keep it indefinitely plugged-in (on standby for emergency)?

  8. dale 7 months ago

    I have a cpap machine it says it puts out 4.16 a how many hours will that run and what about a solor panel and how maNY done need

  9. cs 7 months ago

    Will this run a 1/2 HP sump pump?

  10. Curious 6 months ago

    Will the Yeti 400 power a CPAP machine? If so, how many hours will it run a CPAP machine before the YETI 400 needs to be charged?

  11. Ed Rogers 6 months ago

    Although I’m intrigued by the lithium version, it’s too soon for me to tell whether it will hold up. We have graduated to the regular Yeti 400 and I’m still putting it through its paces. So far, I’m impressed. I’ve run two “Light-a-Lifes” all night and had minimal power consumption.

    I doubt it will power my monster laptop for very long but will be eager to see how the Yeti fares while it’s simultaneously connected to our Boulder 90.

    Keep up the great work and you’ll have us as returning customers!!

  12. Bret 6 months ago

    A couple of quick questions.

    1) do I need an external solar charge controller?

    2) I am guessing this has over charge and under charge protection?

    3) does this use LiFePo batteries? If not, do you plan to offer them?

    4) do you plan to offer a bring-your-own battery unit? I would love one of these that would allow me to add my own batteries for large scale storage.

  13. Bret 6 months ago

    I have a couple of quick questions.

    1) Do I need an external solar charge controller for this?
    2) I am guessing this has over charge and under charge protection?
    3) Do this use LiFePo batteries? If not, do you plan to offer that?
    4) Do you have plans to offer a bring-your-own battery unit? I would love one of these that would allow me to add my own batteries for a large scale storage.

    thanks

  14. Joe 6 months ago

    I read that this has an 18 month shelf life . Not being familiar with batteries is this the life of the battery 18 months or how long it can be stored without a charge ?

  15. Ivan R. Dodson 6 months ago

    Will the Yeti 1400 operate a medical device for 9 hours straight without fail when the power consumption of the machine is Maximum 600 VA & Average 100 VA. The device is a APD cycler for peritoneal dialysis.
    I don’t do the math very well. I have enjoyed being off the beaten path most of my life, but without a constant source of electrical power I am limited to where I can travel.

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