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Titan 1500 kit

4.80 out of 5
(5 customer reviews)


1,500 watts of solar!  4,000 watt hours of battery!

*Product is on back order. New orders placed now are Estimated to ship July 2021



The most versatile portable solar generator on the market! Built with the most efficient, quality components, the Titan provides reliable solar backup for any situation.  Here are some of the key features that make it in a class of its own:

  • Removable Expandable lithium ion battery
  • 2000 watt hour lithium battery
  • 3000 watt high efficiency inverter
  • Dual MPPT charge controllers (2000 watts total) with a wide voltage range
  • Fast Ac charging 400 watts standard; up to 1450 watts with two 25A chargers

1- The battery is removable and expandable.  This innovative approach will give you greater portability and flexibility in what you can power with your solar generator. By simply adding more battery packs you can expand or replace your batteries quickly and easily. By separating the battery from the other components, you can easily carry each component.

2- The 2000 watt hour lithium battery is one of the largest available in solar generators.  It is about twice the capacity of similar systems, with a life span of 10 years.

3- The 3000 watt pure sine wave inverter is extremely powerful- twice as powerful as comparable solar generators. However, it is extremely efficient with a no load power draw of as low as 5 watts, and efficiencies up to 92%!  Generally, the larger the inverter the more power it uses just to run- like a large truck burns more gas than a small car.  This is comparable to having a 500 hp race car getting better fuel mileage than a geo metro.

4- With the Titan, we only used quality, reliable components. For example, most solar generators use cheap, low quality charge controllers that cannot step the voltage down to produce high amps.  Most don’t allow for voltages over 30-50 volts.  The Titan on the other hand, can take up to 145 volts.  This means your solar panel wires will have very low amps running through them making them much more efficient (they will be cool to the touch where others will be very hot).  It also makes wiring up your solar panels much easier and safer.

5- With the Titan we will include one powerful AC charger that will charge your battery pack in around 3 hours with a 25A charger (other systems take up to 24 hours).  You can also add a second charger to double the charging power (for when you have more than one battery).

6- We have designed the Titan solar generator to be compatible with nearly every battery type (24V).  The Titan Solar Generator uses a lithium Ion battery with a voltage range of 20V to 29.4V (only charged to 29.2V).  With this setup, it works perfectly with a 24V LiFePo4 (19.2V to 29.2V) and a led acid battery (20V to 29.2V).  As you can see there is virtually no difference between the 3 batteries voltage range, so they can be used together without any changes to the charging profile without damaging any battery.   Note:  Any battery connected to the system must be charged to the same voltage as other batteries in the system.  See the manual for more instructions.


Battery specs For each battery:
Battery Voltage: 29.4V (only charged to 29.2)
Battery capacity:  74ah (usable) 2000 watt hours (usable)
Maximum charge current:  40A (approximately 1000 watts)
Maximum continuous Discharge: 100A (approximately 2500 watts)
Suggested continuous Discharge (for long life):  1500 watts
Maximum surge discharge current (10 seconds or less): 250A (approximately 6200 watts )
Weight: 35lbs approximately
size:  12×18.5×4.5 in

Inverter specs:
Output Voltage:
120V AC (pure sine wave)
Continuous Power output: 3,000 Watts
Peak Power output: 6,000 watts
Inverter no load power consumption: 5-15 watts (typical 10 watts)
Size (Top portion not including the battery): 12X18.5X7.75 in
weight: 32lbs (approximate)

Solar MPPT Charge Controller:
Dual MPPT controllers
Input Volts: 35V to 145VDC
Maximum input Amps:  30 amps per input port
Maximum charging amps:  80A (40A per port)
Charge rate: up to 2000W (using both ports, and with two or more batteries)

Other specs:
AC charging: up to 1450 watts with two 25A chargers (Must have two batteries for two chargers)
Car port charging: 85 watts
Number of outlets:
6-15A, and one 30A RV outlet
USB Ports: 6 smart USB, 2 USB C
12V ports:  4 – regulated at 13.8V (20A each with a maximum of 20A total)
Weight: 32lb power module;  35lb battery
Dimensions: 18.5 x 12 x 12 (battery and power module together)
Solar panel Dimensions:  42 x 22 x 0.3 per panel

whats included

  • (1) Titan solar generator with two 2,000 watt hour batteries (4,000 watt hours total)
  • (15) 100 watt flexible solar panels (1,500 watts)
  • (2) Mc4 extension wire (4 wires)
  • (1) 2-way mc4 branch connector
  • (1) 25ft mc4 extension set (2 wires)
  • (1) cigarette to SAE (for charging from a car)
  • (1) MC4 to SAE (for resetting battery with solar)
  • (2) MC4 to anderson adapter (for connecting solar panels)
  • (4) 30 watt USB adapters (2 with two usb, and 2 with 1 usb, and 1 usbc)
  • (1) AC charger
  • (1) Manual



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Titan Solar Generator User Manual

5 reviews for Titan 1500 kit

  1. 5 out of 5

    Laurence Cox (verified owner)

    I bought the Titan 1500 system in late Oct 2019 and the unit arrived 13 Feb 2020 (a 3 week delay was a scheduling problem with me, not Point Zero).
    Solar Panels arrived FedEX, Charge Controller & batteries & cables came in UPS. I was home for both deliveries and was able to watch how each was handled. FedEx handled the solar panels a little rough, UPS handled carefully.
    Unboxing all components revealed no “apparent” damage.
    Following clear battery charging instructions, the unit performed as expected on the first battery; charging from nearly 0% it took approximately 7 hours. Charging the second battery by itself, one of the latches broke when securing it to the controller. Very little effort was given, so I’m not sure why this happened. Point Zero readily agreed to send a replacement; no charge. Since I had 3 other latches to secure the battery to the controller I continued the charging process. Same positive results.
    While waiting for the unit to arrive, I did some more research on my power needs and I’m pretty sure I purchased too many panels. I should have bought the Titan 1000 instead. It could have easily kept up with the daily draw down.
    I am very satisfied with the system and am impressed with the design and build quality. I’m also very satisfied with customer support as they have always been pleasant to talk to and easy to work with.
    Although I haven’t run the system thru its paces thoroughly, I have no doubt it will perform as advertised.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dallin E Wrigley (verified owner)

    Four instead of five because I have not received my full order yet. Solar panels did not arrive but were promised in a couple of weeks. We will see. The Titan unit itself seems to work great. I am looking forward to the full system.

    • David Willis (store manager)

      I also sincerely hope you get your solar panels when promised. Shipping has been crazy since covid-19. Our order was promised to us in April, and they keep getting delayed. At least we know they have landed in the USA now. We will definetly get them to you as quickly as we can.


  3. 5 out of 5

    Robert S. (verified owner)

    In my original review, I neglected to mention my impressions from and appreciation of the contacts I had with the owner, David, one of the most influencing factors in my decision to go with a Point Zero Energy system. An oversight that I hope this corrects.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Everything arrived on time and well packaged. My inquiries to Point Zero were responded to immediately. I have only done the initial setup on the unit, but I am extremely well pleased and would highly recommend this company and product.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Steve C. (verified owner)

    Hello, thank you for asking. I intend to store the system safely in a faraday cage until after an EMP or mass coronal ejection. I understand that the batteries won’t be affected but I’m wondering about the panels. Do they need to be in a faraday cage? Thanks in advance.
    Steve Christison

    • David Willis (store manager)


      The batteries may be effected, as the lithium ion batteries have a BMS (battery management system), which could be damaged by an EMP. So I would suggest also protecting the batteries. The solar panels are less sensitive to an EMP, and should be fine as long as they are not connected to long wires.

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