Goal Zero Yeti 400 Portable Power Station User Guide

Download User Manual for Goal Zero Yeti 400 Portable Power Station [74 pages SM080317 2017 pdf/zip]

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Goal Zero YETI 400 Portable Power Station is a plug-and-play generator for emergencies, camping, or wherever you need power. With 400 watt-hours of power/energy, you can keep laptops, appliances, lights and more going for hours longer

Rugged and reliable, this station is meant to be taken on the go. Whether you need power while camping in a tent or trailer, 396 Watt Hours will keep you going on any adventure. Equipped with a user-replaceable battery.

Read this user guide carefully before using the product. After reading this user guide, keep it for future reference.

USER GUIDE in English (EN), French (FR), German (DE) and Spanish (ES) languages.
– Getting Started: Get To Know Your Gear. Unpacking your YETI. What it Powers.
– Charging Your YETI: LCD Battery Display. Charging from Solar. Charging from the Wall. Charging from your Car.
– Using your YETI: What to power from your YETI. How to use your YETI. Best-Use Strategy. Cold Weather Usage. LCD Display. Pure-Sine Wave Inverter. Storage and Downtime Maintenance. Chaining your Yeti.
– Technical Specifications: Charge Times. Battery. 110V AC Unit Inverter. 220V AC Unit Inverter. General.
– Troubleshooting

Frequently Asked Questions:
– What type of battery is in my YETI?
– How do I know if my YETI is charged?
– My YETI is beeping… what does that mean?
– Is the battery inside my YETI replaceable?
– What do the different display options mean?
– Can I power devices from the Anderson PowerPole ports on the side of the YETI?
– What does a pure-sine wave inverter mean?
– How do I know if my device will work with the YETI?
– How long will the YETI run my device?
– Here are some common devices and their watt-hour requirements.

Education: BATTERIES 101
– Batteries need exercise.
– The “Battery Memory” myth.
– The “Stadium Effect”.
– Read the manual.

Education: SOLAR 101
– Solar panels don’t store power from the sun, they collect it.
– Not all solar charge times are created equal.
– Solar works, even in overcast conditions.
– Keep away from shade and windows.
– Proper alignment works wonders.