|Compact and light-weight – Handheld|
|Easy-to-use – Plug and play|
|Large battery storage (1500Wh) and a reliable 1000W pure sine wave AC Output|
|Noise free and non-polluting power generator|
|Advanced circuit design – safe and long-lasting|
|Aluminium Alloy makes it ideal for rugged and outdoor usage in extreme conditions|
|Battery capacity display with advanced safety protection system|
|Zero installation or maintenance required|
|Fast charging through solar panel or AC adapter|
|1 Phase AC Output enables you to connect household and electronic appliances|
|Sleek design, easy-to-carry (17kgs) and portable for outdoor and indoor use (ideal for outdoor expeditions like camping)|
|Battery Type||Li-ion Battery|
|AC Output||Rated Output Power||1000W|
|Output Voltage||100V-120Vac OR 220V-240Vac|
|Output Frequency||50Hz/60Hz (adjustable)|
|Overload Ability|| 100%|
|DC Output||DC output||12.2V, 9A|
|USB output||5v, 3A (QC - BC1.2, Apple, Samsung)|
|Type-C output||5V3A, 9V3A ,12V3A ,15V3A , 20V2.25A (QC - PD2.0 (45W)|
|PV Charge||Max Input Power||500W (max)|
|MPPT Input Voltage||16~60Vdc|
|AC Charge||AC Adapter charge||42V / 160W|
|General||Working Condition||Relative Humidity: 10%~90%|
|Temperature: 0~45℃ (charge). 0~60℃ (discharge)|
|Net Weight (kgs)||17.2|
On construction sites many electrical tools are used and these need to be charged but to constantly return to one center to charge reduces time efficiency. With the minotaur in tow, we charge on the go and as we use. Timelines are seriously reduced. We also have been operating the diesel gensets less and less.
– Jared (2020)
At ports we have had a slew of deliveries of electric vehicles. These cars must travel without any battery charge and there cannot be rolled off like traditional cars. The minotaur has been giving a boost which allows them to charge enough to come off the rollers.
– Cal (2019)
Mining is energy intensive. We need using diesel gensets to mine for coal. We have deployed several Minotaurs’ at security sites across our operations and for maintenance. They provide us lighting back up and charging for tools as we work, we charge them. It has helped reduce diesel consumption and is aiding us in going green as part of our corporate compliance.
– Prashant Tomar (2019)
Home back up that is efficient, and a dummy can use it. So glad we bought it.
– Ellie (2019)
Run a landscape company and need gardening tools to function in high trees in the snow and cutting and pruning pf large lawns not to mention leave blowing and the cleaning gutters. All this takes electricity that requires remote access. The minotaur is our go to for power backup and is with us on every single job since we bought it.
– Josh (2019)
We run an adventure sport company doing all things from white water rafting to trekking all terrains and camping. This product has been immensely useful to set up and run our camps especially at night and feeding areas. As guides we find it easy enough to pack these up and open up to operate and carry with us.
– Debbie (2019)
For many years now we have run a NGO in Ethiopia, India, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, and Nepal. The common sufferers from electricity are women and children. Often having to forego basics like education because of no electricity. We have set up centers with Minotaurs’ and women’s education has picked up in rural areas, providing power to more than 70 centers. Returning home for them at night is safe now that solar lights operate on battery with the minotaur.
– Pragya (2019)
We run a maintenance crew at Melbourne ports. We keep in this in the back up vehicle. IT helps charge all our tools and allows us to go to remote areas in the port and deploy our tools at any time or location. The portable concept is a true winner.
– Daniel (2018)
Running an environmental station thousands of hectares to manage and many species to count and research and protect is a fulltime gig. Add to that not having ready power in these areas and the use of diesel being frowned upon makes it difficult to function if not for the minotaur. We can repair fencing at any obscure locations and transport medicines and repair and maintenance works can happen anywhere. A true game changer and hardy as hell in the south Australian heat.
– Matthew (2018)
Refugee sites are notoriously ill equipped for basic supplies and facilities. Add to this lack of electricity and just keeping women and children fed and warm is a task. We invested din a number Minotaur units to supply electricity to several sections especially where medical treatment is required. They work beautifully with no ongoing costs. We charge and use them during the day through solar and at night the battery kicks in and provides us with lights and other basics we all take for granted.
– Ismail Ali (2018)
Q: What type of battery is used in the solar generator?
A: All our solar generators use premium lithium-ion battery cells by Grade A manufactures.
Q: How can I find out if my generator can power a particular appliance?
A: Step 1: Check the power rating or output power (Watts = Amps x Volts) of the appliance that you wish to run on the generator.
Step 2: Check the AC output power (inverter output) of the SR Portables solar generator.
If the solar generator inverter output is more than the power requirement then that appliance can be powered with the generator.
E.g. a HP LaserJet printer uses 2 watts when it is idle. This can be supported by our Thia generator (100 watts output) or by our Cleo generator (300 watts output). However, when the printer is printing the power consumption goes up to 250 watts. In this case, we would recommend our Cleo product as the power requirement is more than 100 watts.
Q: How can I find out how many hours I can power a particular appliance?
A: The number of hours can be calculated by looking at the power rating or output power of the appliance (Watts = Amps x Volts) and dividing it by the battery capacity of the solar generator. E.g. A laptop requires 50watts of power and can be used for 8 hours on the Cleo generator (400wh/50watts = 8 hours).
Q: Can I use my portable solar generator to power my CPAP machine?
A: Yes, most CPAP machines are between 30-60 watts. Our smallest generator Thia has a 100watt output and can easily power the CPAP machine for over 4 hours. The Cleo and Minotaur generator will power the machine for a lot longer.
Q: Do my solar generators support pass through charging?
A: All SR Portables solar generators support pass through charging i.e., you can charge the unit (through solar or the grid) and power appliances at the same time.
Q: How do I store my solar generator if I don’t use it for a long time?
A: Please store the solar generator indoors within 0-40℃. We recommend recharging it every 3-month to keep the battery power above 50% if you do not use it frequently to maintain a long lifespan.
Q: Can I use a third-party solar panel to charge my solar generators?
A: Yes, you can. You will need to check the Input voltage (refer to the Technical specifications – PV input for each generator to get the acceptable voltage range) and input port to connect the solar panel (DC for Thia and MC4 for Cleo and Minotaur).
We recommend using the SR Portables solar panels with our solar generators as they have been extensively tested with our products and we guarantee their safety, performance, quality and after-sales service.
Q: Are charging cables included in the package?
A: All solar generators come with a AC adaptor, solar charging cable and car charging cable.
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