The Yeti 500X Portable Power Station will keep all of your small to medium-sized devices and appliances charged. The 500X is ideal for extended camping vacations, backyard parties, or on-the-go electricity in case of an emergency, as it packs 20% more power into a 20% smaller and lighter shell than its predecessor.
Yeti 200X Highlights
Power a Wide Range of Devices - The Yeti 500X has four distinct connection options to charge everything from phones to portable fridges, including AC, 12V, and 60W USB-C PD.
Experience Unlimited Power - When you're away from the grid, charge the Yeti 500X with Goal Zero's portable solar panels and keep it charged at home with a wall outlet. You'll get the most efficient solar charge possible with the included MPPT charge controller.
What Can the Yeti 500X Power?
Light-A-Life: 80 Hours
Camera: 70 Recharges
Phones: 40 Recharges
Tablet: 10 Recharges
Medical devices (cpap): 10 Hours
Pellet grills: 9 Hours
TV’s: 3 Hours
Recommended Solar Pairings
The Yeti 200X is great for all your medium sized power needs or multiple smaller devices.
Light Usage Nomad 20: Charges in 29-58 hours
Standard Usage Boulder 50: Charges in 12-24 hours
Heavy Usage Boulder 100 Briefcase: Charges in 6-12 hours
*Solar charge times vary and are dependent on many factors such as elevation, temperature, time of year, angle and position to the sun.
Ways to Charge the Yeti 500X
From the Sun - Connect a compatible solar panel, such as the folding Nomads or the mountable Boulder solar panels, to recharge from the sun. The faster the charging times, the higher the wattage of the panel.
From the Wall - Use the provided power supply to plug it into the wall for a full recharge in about 8.5 hours. You may charge the power station with any USB-C power supply.
From the Car - The Goal Zero Yeti Lithium 12V Car Charging Cable connects to your vehicle's 12V plug. NOTE: Do not use any other cable to charge your Yeti from a 12V source. This may result in the unit being damaged.
Maximum input (180W):
Car charger (120W):
Wall charger (60W):
Boulder 100 Briefcase:
Boulder 200 Briefcase:
USB port (Output):
5V, up to 2.4A (12W max), regulated
USB-C port (Output):
5/9V, up to 3.0A (18W max), Regulated
USB PD port (input/output):
5-20V, up to 3A (60W max), regulated
6mm port (output):
12V, up to 10A (120W max)
12V car port (output):
12V, up to 10A (120W max) regulated
120V AC Inverter:
120VAC 60Hz, 2.5A (300W, 1200W surge) (output, pure sine wave)
Charging port (input,8mm):
13-22V, up to 10A (120W max)
505Wh (10.8V, 46.8Ah)
500 Cycles to 80% capacity (Discharge rate: 0.2C, Full charge/discharge, Temp: 25C)
500 cycles to 80% (discharge rate: 1C, full charge/discharge, Temp 25C)
Charge every 3-6 months
MPPT charge controller, low battery protection
12.9 lbs (5.85 kg)
7.5 x 11.25 x 5.8 in (19.05 x 28.58 x 14.73 cm)
Operating usage temp:
Have had my Yeti for about two months now and I love it. I keep it out at my cabin where there aren't as many outlets; very few actually. lol This helps me keep everything I need powered in very convenient locations. Will probably upgrade at some point and backup everything in the cabin that I need power for like my fridge and stuff just in case. Highly recommended!!
Take this with me for my weekend camping trips and it's really nice to have while away from a regular outlet. I keep my phone, laptop, and camera all charged up so they're ready when I need them. I picked up a solar panel as well and I have some little lights that I connect to this as well. One of the most handy things I've bought in quite a while!