Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Power Bank With Inverter
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Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Power Bank With Inverter

  • Vendor:Goal Zero
  • Category: Latest Products, Portable Solar
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Sherpa 50 Power Bank with Inverter

A lightweight power supply to keep laptops and tablets charged up anywhere you go. The Sherpa 50 Recharger is easy to pack and light to carry so your gear now goes the same distance you do and quickly recharges from wall, car or sun. (Sherpa 50 will not power a MacBook Pro - use the Sherpa 100 or larger power pack instead)

Sherpa 50 with Inverter Highlights

  • 50-watt hour lithium battery with USB and 12V outputs for phones, tablets and more - sidecar port for included AC inverter

  • Lightweight and packable - weighs less than a bottle of water and airplane-ready to fit conveniently in any carry-on

  • Charges up quickly from the wall with included adapter - pair with any Nomad Solar Panel to charge up from the power of the sun

Sherpa 50 Power Bank

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Sherpa 50 Power Bank

Three Ways to Charge the Sherpa 50

  • Recharge from the sun by connecting a compatible solar panel. Charge time is dependent on the size of the solar panel - the Nomad 14 Plus will fully recharge the Sherpa 50 in about 8-16 hours

  • Plug it into the wall - fully recharges in about 3 hours

  • Recharge from your car 12V adapter in about 2-3 hours

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What Can the Sherpa 50 Power?

The Sherpa 50 is great for all your smaller or multiple USB powered devices:

Smartphone 3-4 Recharges
POV Camera 9 Recharges
Headlamp 8-16 Recharges
Tablet 1-2 Recharges
Laptop 1 Recharge
Light-a-Life 16 Hours

Sherpa 50 Power Bank

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Charge Times

  Wall Charger (30W): 3 Hours
  Car Charger (30W): 3 Hours
  Nomad 13 Solar Panel: 8-16 Hours
  Nomad 20 Solar Panel: 6-12 Hours

 

Battery Details

  Cell Type: Li-NMC
  Peak Capacity: 58Wh (11V, 5200mAh)
  Lifecycles: hundreds of cycles
  Shelf-life: Keep plugged in, or charge every 3-6 months
  Fuses: 15A, user replaceable fuse
  Management system: Charging and low-battery protection built-in

 

Ports

  USB port (output): 5V, up to 1.5A (7.5W max), regulated
  6mm port (output, 6mm, green, hexagon): 12V, up to 8A (100W max), regulated
  Laptop port (output, 7.4mm, orange, square): 19V, up to 5A (100W max), regulated
  Sidecar port (chain, 9mm): 9-13V, up to 10A (100W max)
  AC inverter US: 110V, up to 0.7A (75W max), 60Hz, modified sine wave
  AC inverter Int. (output, sold separately): 220V, up to 0.35A (75W max), 50Hz, modified sine wave
  Charging port (input, 8mm, blue circle): 14-25V, up to 2A (30W max)
  Sidecar port (inverter): 9-13V, up to 10A (120W max)

 

General

  Weight: 1.2 lbs (544 g)
 UV Coated to prevent scratching
  Power Pack Dimensions: 4.5 x 1.5 x 5.25 in (11.4 x 3.8 x 13.3 cm)
  Power Pack Dimensions: 1 x 1.5 x 5.25 in (2.5 x 3.8 x 13.3 cm)
  Operating usage temp.: 32-104 F (0-40 C)

How do I know the Sherpa is turned on?
Push the power button below the LCD batter monitor and it will light up.

How do I know if I have a full charge?
The LCD battery monitor displays charge level in 20% increments. If all areas are shaded and the top segment says “Full” then it is charged up and ready to go.

Is the Sherpa waterproof?
No. Although the Sherpa 50 is durable, you will want to protect it from elements. Make sure the ports are dry before using the device.

Can I take the Sherpa on an airplane?
Yes, the Sherpa meets all requirements for carry-on and is perfect for keeping your devices charged on long flights. Please check with airline for current regulation.

How long can the Sherpa hold its charge?
It can hold its charge for several months. However, to keep the battery healthy and ready to go, we recommend that you leave your Sherpa plugged in between uses. If this is not possible, charge it every 3-4 months.

What type of battery is used in the Sherpa?
Lithium-ion NMC. It has these advantages: stores more energy; smaller and lighter watt for watt; and retains its charge even after months of storage.

Can I chain multiple Sherpas together?
Yes. You can chain two Sherpas together through the sidecar port. See video for details.

Why did the Sherpa 50 turn off automatically?
The Sherpa 50 has a built-in feature that turns the unit off after a period of inactivity. This saves power. To override this mode and keep it in “always on” mode, simply hold down the power button for about 10 seconds. A small “ON” icon will appear in the upper left side of the LCD battery monitor if you are in “always on” mode. In this case, it will only turn off if it runs out of power or you turn it off.

Goal Zero Sherpa 50 User Guide
User Guide

Charge Times


Nomad 7 Nomad 13 Nomad 20
Switch 8 4-8 Hours 4 Hours 4 Hours
Flip 10 2.5-5 Hours 2.5 Hours 2.5 Hours
Switch 10 4-8 Hours 4 Hours 4 Hours
Guide 10 Plus 3-6 Hours 2.5-5 Hours 2.5-5 Hours
Venture 30 8-16 Hours 6-12 Hours 5-6 Hours
Sherpa 50 Not Recommended 8-16 Hours 6-12 Hours
Sherpa 100 Not Recommended 15-30 Hours 10-20 Hours
Escape 150 Not Recommended 26-52 Hours 17-34 Hours
Yeti 150 Not Recommended 26-52 Hours 17-34 Hours
Yeti 400 Not Recommended Not Recommended 40-80 Hours
Yeti 1250 Not Recommended Not Recommended Not Recommended

 

Charge Times


Boulder 15 Boulder 30
Escape 30
Boulder 90
Switch 8 Not Compatible Not Compatible Not Compatible
Flip 10 2.5 Hours Not Compatible Not Compatible
Switch 10 4 Hours Not Compatible Not Compatible
Guide 10 Plus Not Compatible Not Compatible Not Compatible
Venture 30 7-15 Hours Not Compatible Not Compatible
Sherpa 50 8-16 Hours 4-8 Hours 1-3 Hours
Sherpa 100 13-26 Hours 7-14 Hours 3-6 Hours
Escape 150 22-44 Hours 11-22 Hours Not Compatible
Yeti 150 22-44 Hours 11-22 Hours 3-6 Hours
Yeti 400 53-106 Hours 26-52 Hours 9-18 Hours
Yeti 1250 Not Recommended 80-160 Hours 27-54 Hours