Goal Zero 2.4-Kilowatt-Hour Yeti Tank Expansion Kit for Portable Power Stations for Home Use


$1,199.95



INDUSTRY-LEADING TECHNOLOGY: This customizable, versatile energy-storage system connects to the Home Integration Kit (sold separately) to provide backup power for up to 4 essential circuits in your home. Each battery has a 1,200-watt-hour capacity and charges in 18 hours when plugged into a 72-watt wall charger. The battery input and output are both 100 A, and the inverter input is 14–22 V.
EXPAND YOUR PORTABLE BATTERY PACK: Increase your Yeti (1000 or larger) by 2.4 kWh with the Yeti Link Expansion Module and 2 Yeti Expansion Tank Batteries. Connect cost-effective lead-acid batteries to our high-quality Yeti X and lithium power stations to easily scale your energy-storage capacity.
SAFE & USER-FRIENDLY: We prioritize product safety with multiple layers of protection, including over- and undervoltage protections, temperature protections, and a battery management system to monitor individual cell and battery-pack health. All elements of the product are designed for ease of use.
INNOVATORS IN PORTABLE POWER: Goal Zero created the portable power station category 10 years ago, presenting a new way forward in portable energy use at home, on the job, and off grid. Our products are engineered with precision here in the USA. Power everything from campsites to vital home circuits.
EMPOWER HUMAN POTENTIAL: We are driven by a vision for success defined by our impact on people and the planet. To date, we’ve reached 31,000+ people around the world with our community-empowerment and disaster-relief projects. Our team is based in the Wasatch Front in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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