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Goal Zero Elite Sherpa 50 Battery

photo: Goal Zero Elite Sherpa 50 Battery power storage
Goal Zero says:

It's one thing to have power. And it's another to have it in a compact design that is easy to pack, light to carry and expandable to fit changing power needs. The Sherpa 50 takes the bulk out of rechargeable power and offers a lightweight yet durable way to bring power along with you.

Less than two pounds, it's the ideal shape to pack in everything from backpacks to panniers to laptop cases, yet rugged enough to withstand abuse. Charge it from the wall, solar panels or car adapter and add other Sherpa power packs and inverters through a simple stacking and unique cord chaining method to expand your powering abilities and options.

Perfect for powering and recharging portable electronic devices including: cell phones, iPods, FRS radios, GO Pro cameras, handheld GPS units, GMRS radios, Findme 911, and satellite phones.


  • 50-watt hours of Power Pack storage capacity

  • Chain up to three (3) additional Sherpa power packs

  • Powers a variety of USB ,DC, and AC* devices

  • Compatible with Sherpa UI - Universal Inverter for 100 watt AC output

  • Powered by GOAL ZERO LiFe batteries that are rated for 2,000-3,000 cycles

  • Equivalent to 30,000 AA alkaline batteries

  • LCD status monitor keeps track of power storage in 20% increments

  • Rugged and weather resistant to protect against the elements

  • Integrated charge controller protects internal battery and connected devices from burnout and electrical spikes

  • Replaceable fuses

  • Tested and certified by FCC and CE


Price Historic Range: $199.95-$249.99
Weight 2.2 pounds
Dimensions 8.5 x 6 x 1.5 inches
Battery Type Lithium-Iron Phosphate (LiFe)
Battery Capacity 50 watt hours (12V:4.2A)
Battery Voltage 12 Vdc (nominal)


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