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4.80 out of 5
(35 customer reviews)


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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 600 watts standard 1200 watts with a second charger

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 4 hours (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).


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): 300A (approximately 7700 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 consumption5-15 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: 600 watts Per charger (up to 2 chargers max)
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: 18.5x12x12 (battery and Power module together)

What's Included

  • (1) Titan solar generator
  • (1) cigarette to SAE (for charging from a car)
  • (1) MC4 to SAE (for jump starting with a solar panel)
  • (1) MC4 to anderson adapter
  • (4) 30 watt USB adapters (2 with two usb, and 2 with 1 usb, and 1 usbc)
  • (1) AC charger (20A)
  • (1) Manual


Titan Solar Generator User Manual


Size of system

1- 500 watts of solar, and one battery will be more powerful than any other portable system like this that is available.  It is large enough to run most home appliances, including a fridge, washing machine, microwave, cook top stove, fans lights, tv, and other electronics.

2- 1000 watts of solar-  With the extra solar, you can run everything the 500 watts of solar can run and more.  This means when the sun is out, you can run most things without even draining your battery, and during cloudy days it will still produce a lot of power.

3- 1500 watts of solar –  Usually with 1500 watts of solar you will also add a second battery to take advantage of the extra power.  this means you can now run a fridge and a freezer, and much more, including water pumps, a vacuum, power tools, etc.  You could even run a small air conditioner during the day to keep cool.

4- 2000 watts of solar-  similar to the 1500 watt system, other that it will recharge even quicker, and provide more power especially during cloudy days.

You can also see our off-grid calculator to show you how much solar and battery storage you need.

35 reviews for Titan

  1. 3 out of 5


    Perhaps I’m incorrect, but two features are missing from the prototypes:
    1) No dual Titans for 240V. Will there be an upgrade path or will early adopters be stuck with this version?
    2) The wall charger is no longer built in but takes up a solar array connection?
    Potentially a great product, but you are giving me pause.

    • David Willis (store manager)

      1) You are correct the Titan is not going to have the option to parallel two together to get 240V. We are still working on the idea, but we don’t know if or when it will be released. So we can’t promise anything on the 240V parallel option at this point.

      2) The wall charger has two anderson sb50 ports just for it, and an extra charger. The Solar has two anderson 30 amp ports dedicated to solar. So it will not use up the solar ports.

      Thanks for your feedback.

  2. 3 out of 5

    Ricky C

    Titan Solar Generator was promoted offering 3,000 watts of continuous power output. On the specs we can read this is accomplish wit 2 batteries. So… we are facing another change. Why not state 1,500 watts of continuous power output???

    • David Willis (store manager)

      Hi Ricky C,

      Thank you for your question. I understand your concern over this matter. I have seen other systems do similar advertising (large inverter but the battery is not capable of running it), and it has felt a little like false advertising. Normally if we were going to build a system, we would keep the battery size, and the inverter size matched up a little better (for a 2,000 watt hour battery we would go with a 2,000 watt or smaller inverter). This way the inverter could run at full capacity continuously without any issues with the battery. However this system is different than any other on the market, because it was designed with the purpose to make it expandable.

      In order for us to design a system that was easy to expand, we had to oversize a few components. One of these components is the inverter, and the other one is the MPPT charge controller. If we did not oversize these components, then adding more batteries would be of little benefit because you would still be limited to run what the inverter was capable of, and you could only charge your batteries with a few hundred watts of solar. If you have noticed the larger portable solar generators only have a 1500 watt inverter, and are only capable of a few hundred watts of solar. This is fine for these systems, since they are not designed to expand like the Titan is.

      So with the Titan solar generator adding more batteries, and solar panels make the whole system more powerful. You can now run up to 3,000 watts continuous power, and can still charge your batteries quickly.

      So why did we say it is 3,000 watts of continuous power? Simply because that is what is is capable of. That is the limit, and it can’t go over that, and we feel like it is important do know what it is capable of. We didn’t just add a large inverter so we could put a big number on our spec sheet. It has a purpose for those who want to expand the system.

      I hope this answers your question.


  3. 4 out of 5


    Can we add 24 volt LiFePO4 battery to the system? Does the battery need it’s own BMS? Or can the Titan cotrol charge and discharge directly?
    Thank you

    • David Willis (store manager)

      Yes The Titan is very flexible, and can connect to a 24V (8S) LiFePo4 battery, however it would be suggested that you use a battery with a built in BMS. The titan will charge it to the correct voltage, and discharge it correctly, however it will not monitor or balance individual cells within the battery. It also will not turn the battery off if it were to overheat. Because of this it is recommend that you use a battery with a BMS built into it.

      Thanks for your question.


  4. 4 out of 5

    Levi Bryant

    I am a novice asking a few novice questions.
    1. Is it possible obtain 4k watts (2k on each Anderson Pole input) while using 1 Titan Generator that I purchased? Or do you need two Titans connected in parallel?
    2. Are there currently any benefits of connecting 2 Titan Generators in parallel? Or, are those port only good for external batteries Only, even though the unit is capable of stacking your proprietary battery which I purchased?
    3. I understand that the Manual will come out soon and the answer may be within it when it comes out. What I like to know is, how can I connect 1 titan Generator with 2 batteries to my home circuit breaker box using an RV female connecter on the Titan? Seem that the Titan is tailored towards RV owners than home owners. (Gas generators use a standard 4 prong connector on unit)
    4. Can two wall chargers and my solar panels charge my batteries at the same time provided my battery storage is twice as large as my input wattage?
    By the way, when it comes to portable solar power, the current spec of your unit, I believe is second to none even though the 240v option is not currently available which was the absolute #1 reason I wanted this unit. I made the purchase still!

    • David Willis (store manager)

      Thanks for your questions. I will try to answer them one by one.

      1- No, Each set of anderson solar inputs are good for 1kw, so using both you can go up to 2kw of solar, however you should not need more than 1kw for each battery (that will give you a two hour charge time). Also just FYI, there is no limit to how much solar you can connect to each input, it will just limit each one to 1kw. Therfore if you wanted to connect 2kw to each port that would not hurt the unit, and would provide better charging during cloudy or poor sun conditions, but it would never actually produce more than 1kw per port.

      2- The Titan cannot connect in parallel. I know some of our prototypes could, but that feature is not available at this time. You can however add more batteries to the titan, both our packs, or other 24v batteries to the external battery port (AGM, LiFePo4, FLA, etc).

      3- Since the Titan is only 120V single phase, it would not be able to connect to your electrical panel of your home unless it was configured in a 120 V configuration which would be extremely unlikely unless it was an off-grid cabin. The 4 prong connection you are talking about is 240V split phase which the Titan does not have.

      4- Yes, you can use two wall chargers to charge your batteries twice as fast as long as you have two batteries or more.

      Yes you are correct, I took the major specs on the Titan and compared them with the largest leading systems, and found it was about 3.5 times anything else (average of 7 main points).


  5. 5 out of 5


    I have a fair amount of shading problem. Given that i am thinking about micro inverted based solar panels to optimize the solar charging. Is it possible to use micro inverters with Titan? Do i need to get the voltage from 240 AC to 120 AC vs convert it back to DC and then use it to charge. Thank you in advance for your kind reply.

    • David Willis (store manager)

      The Titan will only work with The solar input with a voltage between 30-145VDC. I would suggest using regular solar panels without micro inverters (micro inverters are designed for a grid tie system, and will not work well with the Titan). The Titan already has two MPPT solar chargers that will optimize the solar. And since it has two separate MPPT chargers you could have two separate strings, so if one is shaded it will not effect the other.

  6. 5 out of 5


    This product looks amazing, and I can’t wait to get my solar generator. It’s makes other solar generators look amateur! Great work on the design!!

    • David Willis (store manager)


  7. 5 out of 5


    Looks like a awesome unit. How about a video on running a fridge and a freezer with one battery so we could see how long it will run these appliances before the pre sale is over. But what do I know. Thanks Frank

    • David Willis (store manager)

      Thanks for your comment. Unfortunately it will not be likely we will be able to get a video running a fridge and a freezer before the pre-sale is over. Also every fridge and freezer has a little different power draw, depending on the efficiency. A standard fridge will use 1200 wh in a 24 hour period (you can use a kilowatt meter to determine how much power yours uses, and I can calculate how long it will run or you can use the link to the calculator below). With one battery it will run a regular fridge for 29 hours.

      You can also use our calculator here: https://www.pointzeroenergy.com/solar-generator-comparison-calculator/

      We don’t have the Titan programmed in yet, but are working on it. In the meantime, use other and the following:
      Inverter type: Pure sine wave
      Inverter idle power consumption in watts: 10
      charge controller type: High quality MPPT
      Batteries maximum Depth of Discharge (DOD): 100%
      Battery type: Lithium
      Battery size in watt hours: 2000

  8. 5 out of 5

    David Del Real

    Question:. Does the 120v/240v issue mean that you cannot use an automatic transfer switch with the Titan? Also, what product by would you recommend using to divert solar power into the Titan during grid outages? Many thanks.

    • David Willis (store manager)

      It depends on your home, and the wiring. If it is a 120V cabin or RV, you could setup an automatic transfer switch just for the 120V. Or if it is a 240V home, you could still setup an automatic transfer switch, but I would suggest having a sub panel with just the essentials you need to run turning on (120V only). Otherwise, you would need a transformer to transform your 120V to 240V split phase to connect into your entire home. But with only 3000 watts, you could not run large appliances or it would overload and shut off. Therefore it would be best just to have it run a small 120v sub panel of the essentials (usually the kitchen where the refrigerator is).

      I am not sure what you mean by divert solar power into the Titan during grid outages? Are you saying you would like to divert a grid tie solar system to the titan when the power is out? If that is the case, then it is not easy, and will depend on the type and size of the grid tie system.

  9. 5 out of 5


    This unit looks great! I am wondering if you could also use a small wind generator with the Titan. Could you have solar connected to one charge controller and wind connected to the other? Are there any wind turbines you would recommend? Thanks!

    • David Willis (store manager)

      Yes, you could use a windmill connected to one of the mppt charge controllers. You will just need to make sure it is DC,and between 30-145V. I don’t have any wind turbines that I would recommend. I am sure there are some good ones, but I have not tested any.

  10. 5 out of 5


    David Willis, thank you for providing such clear answers to previous comments. I am also interested in purchasing a generator that can power a 230 Volt device. In my case, a grinder pump. Can the PowerBright Step Up & Down Transformer, which can convert 110-120 Volt to 220-240 Volt be used in conjunction with the Titan Solar Generator to power a 230 Volt device? Thank you.

    Here’s the link:

    • David Willis (store manager)

      Hi, and thank you for your question. You could use one of those transformers, however we have tested some (not that brand), and the Titan connected to a 3,000 watt transformer was unable to start a 1.5hp deep well pump. The surge power was too high to get the pump going. However it may run your grinder pump depending on how much surge you get. Even the most powerful of those powerbrite transformers are only 1500 watts, so this may be too small (again I don’t know the power draw of your pump).


  11. 5 out of 5


    Thank you, David. I contacted the grinder pump manufacturer (Goulds RGS 2012) and learned: Amps: 15.3; Volts 230; Watts 3,519; Surge Watts (3x continuous) 10,557.

    Clearly, this thing is a beast and is not going to run off of a battery-based generator. Looks like our only option to run the pump will be a fuel-based generator. That said, we like the idea of having The Titan for everything else.

    Thanks for taking time to respond.

    • David Willis (store manager)

      Yes that is the problem with large pumps, the surge is hard to handle. Some newer pumps are variable speed, and don’t take that surge to get going, but not many people have them because they are expensive.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Margarito Castillo

    Is it possible to connect Tesla standard connector to 240 V plug with adaptor and how much amps can de drawn?
    I have several unused solar panels and 4300 square feet roof space so solar generation is not a problem. I park the car there 9 to 5pm during workweek and would like to trickle charge car. How many KWh do you estimate I can draw daily assuming 5 hours/day of solar draw?

    • David Willis (store manager)

      I would suggest using a 15A 120V charger (you could go up to 25A, but that is more than the solar could replace) with the Titan. With a 15A charger, you would be putting in 1800 watts, which would be equal to 14.4 kwh in the time from 9 to 5pm (with 5 hours, it would be about 9kwh). Of course you would need a lot of solar to keep the battery charged. I would suggest about 3,000-4,000 watts (the Titan will only charge at a maximum of 2000 watts, but if you oversize to 3,000-4,000 watts, it will charge at 2,000 watts even with less than perfect sun conditions). You will need this to make up for the 14.4 kwh. Another option would be to get two titans, and switch back and forth every day.

  13. 5 out of 5


    What is the temperature operating range? At what temp will it shut off? What temps would void warranty?

    • David Willis (store manager)

      Temperature range 32-140 (this is the internal temperature range). If you put a large load on it when it is hot, it will hit the temperature limit, and turn off until it cools. The best range to use it is 32-100. There are safety features in the battery to protect it, so using it at higher temperatures will not void the warranty, it will just cause the battery to turn off under high loads (charging or discharging).

  14. 5 out of 5

    Dilan Wade

    Is the input voltage of 35-145V per charge controller or total for both controllers? What is the difference between maximum input amps and maximum charging amps? Thank you!

    • David Willis (store manager)

      That is per charge controller. You would use a separate solar array for each charge controller, and each must have the voltage between 35-145VDC.

      The way an MPPT charge controller works is that it adjusts the load voltage on the solar panel to a level where they produce the most power (power= Volts X amps). The At VOC (voltage open circuit) you have 0amps, and maximum voltage. At Isc (current short circuit) you will get the maximum amps, but 0 volts. Both of these points generate zero power. The MPPT finds the point in between those two points that produces the most power. Then it converts that power down to the voltage of the battery. So lets say for example that our array generted the most power at 100V and 5A (100 X 5 = 500 watts). But our battery voltage is 24V, so if it just put 5 amps into the battery it would only produce 120 watts (5 x 24 = 120). So it increases the amps and lowers to voltage to put in around 20 amps at 24V producing around 500 watts into the battery. This is the difference between a mppt controller and a pwm controller. The pwm controller does not convert (increasing the amps).

  15. 5 out of 5

    Paul M. (verified owner)

    While the wait for the new Titan solar generator was somewhat long, the product so far appears to be worth the delay. The high capacity and fast charging and discharging are unmatched in a unit this size. At this point I have only used AC power up to 1500 watts, but the Titan has performed well. Initial charge and subsequent recharge via AC were very fast. When off, the Titan appears to hold its charge very well. For the initial charge via AC be sure to continue charging until the LED light on the charger turns green, even if the LCD screen on the Titan indicates 100% charged. This allows the Titan to self calibrate, a fact that does not seem to be noted in my version of the manual. At full charge the LCD should read approximately 74 amp hr and 29.0 volts. A hard copy of the manual would have been nice, although it is available from the website as a pdf file. The standby power usage is 5 watts on DC and 9 watts in the AC/DC mode.

  16. 5 out of 5


    Does running the inverter at 3000 watts REQUIRE two batteries or is it just recommended?
    You need to offer Bluetooth mppt monitoring on smart phone/tablet. I’m very serious going with the Titan vs the added work/Hassel of installing a system install on my travel trailer.

    • David Willis (store manager)

      If you plan on running 3000 watts for more than about 10 seconds, yes it is required. The battery will go into a safety mode if you pull more than 100amps (2900 watts at full state of charge, 2000 watts at empty) for more than 10 seconds. So at 1500 watts you will not have any issues, but at 3,000 you will.

  17. 5 out of 5


    Hi. Novice to solar power, am in the midst of a school bus conversion to RV. I am plan on going largely off grid, and am very interested in your Titan product. It would be used for mostly a medium to full sized fridge/ freezer, lights, toaster oven, charging devices. Live in Seattle, but will travel to sunnier areas frequently. Can you recommend how many of batteries I would need and what array of solar panels would fit my needs? Thanks!

    • David Willis (store manager)

      I guess it depends on how many days you can expect without sun, and how many lights, and how long they will run. We have built an off-grid calculator to calculate this for you: https://www.pointzeroenergy.com/learn/off-grid-size-calculator/

      If you click on advanced options, it will let you choose how many days of backup you need, and how quickly you want it to recharge when fully drained. It also lets you choose a city (location) to get more accurate results.

      Your toaster oven used a similar amount of power as a microwave, so you can just put how many hours you will use it per week in that spot.

      Charging devices will be very small compared to the other power usage, so most likely it will not make a difference.

      Using the default settings, and running one fridge, 50 watts of lights (2 hours per day), and a microwave(or toaster oven) for 2 hours per week calculates to 3,991 watt hours, and 841 watts of solar. So for this, the 1000 kit with an extra battery would work well.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Israel malik

    I read about the Titan and it look promising, but here is my two cents. I am a corporate employee living in rural Canada working from office. The area is prone to winter power outages. What I am looking for is a Titan Home Office Edition. No need for solar or wind input, no need for 12v or even usb ports. What I need is unit with passthrough while the power is on and auto fallback to battery when power outage occurs. And all that to keep my 500w workstation for eight hours work shift. Also when you devide the total cost (unit+tax+shipping)÷Wh it should be no more then 1.25 $/Wh. A guy can dream right?

  19. 5 out of 5

    Leigh Anne (verified owner)

    The Titan is a FANTASTIC product! What a dream come true to be able to be off grid with a system that you can plug your RV 30amp cord right into and be able to run things as if hooked up at a campground! Crazy cool! The owner and creator David is a genius and has been such a help with any questions we had. His company has friendly and knowledgable customer service reps as well when we have called. The instruction manual made set up a breeze and we are enjoying our freedom to go anywhere on our own terms by harnessing the sun through this generator. He truly thought of everything when creating the Titan. It is worth every penny in our book! Please Subscribe to my YouTube channel “Everyday Mama” to see our Titan in action this summer in our RV VLOGS. These videos are not sponsored- we just love the product and want to share all the benefits of it for RVers. We highly recommend the Titan to anyone for home use, RVers, or preppers. 🙂

    • David Willis (store manager)

      Thank you for your kind review! We are so happy you love your Titan and are using it. Good luck on your YouTube channel this summer!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Gil M. (verified owner)

    So Happy with my purchase I purchased another, easy to setup and even easier to integrate into my homes generator backup

  21. 5 out of 5

    Rose (verified owner)

    I am a 67 yr old grandma with no technical experience but I found the Titan very easy to set up and use. I have been using it (testing it) for 3 days now, plugging in various items that I might need in a power outage. The Titan has handled everything with ease. I am even able to lift the individual components by myself, so I feel confident I can move it around as necessary. Thanks!

    • David Willis (store manager)

      We are so happy you are using your Titan and loving it! That’s just one of the many things we love about the Titan- the ability to detach the components so it can be moved with ease. Thank you for taking the time to share your review with us!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Bruce Bugbee

    I recently received my Titan with one extra NMC battery that I purchased through poweredportablesolar.com and I am very pleased with the unit. I do have a few questions about future expandability. 1) When the LiFePo4 battery packs come out, will we be able to stack them with the NMC batteries in parallel; and 2) Can I hook up a 24V 200 ah LiFePo4 battery pack to the external battery connection on the Titan even though my two stackable batteries are NMC chemistry?

    Thanks again for a great product.

    • David Willis (store manager)


      1) Yes the plan is to make them compatible so you can stack them in parallel with the NMC battery.

      2) Yes you can stack the LiFePo4 battery with your NMC batteries. The Titan is configured to charge to the level of a LiFePo4 battery which is lower than the voltage of the NMC battery. This extends the life of the NMC battery by not fully charging it, and makes it compatible with LiFePo4 batteries. You will however need to make sure both batteries are within 1/2 volt of each other before connecting the external battery.


  23. 5 out of 5


    Question, I’m new to solar, if I was to use my own panels does it matter if they are 12 volt or 24 volt? Also is the max VOC per panel or combination of all panels in the system and what is the max VOC? Thanks for your time

    • David Willis (store manager)

      Hi, and Thanks!

      You can use 12V or 24V, however if you use 12V you will need at least two panels. When you add solar panels in a series, the Voltage will add together, but when you add them in parallel the voltage will not increase. So you will need to add them in a way that the VOC (voltage open circuit) is between 35v and 145v. Typically this means you can connect up to 2-6 12V panels, or 1-3 24V panels in a series to get that voltage. If you need more panels than that, then you would need to parallel another group together. We have a good training course that goes over all that. Here is the page on solar panels: https://www.pointzeroenergy.com/solar-panels/

  24. 5 out of 5


    I have had the pleasure of owing a Titan for a little over two months. To say i am thrilled would be an understatement. The performance of the Titan in conjunction with the great customer service i have received makes me a very satisfied customer. Better yet, a customer for life! I have used it for plethora of jobs around the house and even succumbed to temptation and powered my entire 7.2 home theater system that includes, a receiver, Blu-ray player, seven amplifiers and two subs in addition to the flat screen and few other pieces. So far, everything i have thrown at the Titan, the Titan has handled with ease, never suffering defeat in form of a shut down. A great performer in my book and worthy of the name Titan. Kudos!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ramsey (verified owner)

    I’m very happy with my Titan. I am powering our pond pump and backyard lights. Thank you.

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    Image #1 from Ramsey
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    • David Willis (store manager)

      Thanks for posting pictures. That’s a very creative setup you have. We’re so happy you love your Titan!

  26. 5 out of 5

    David Hunter (verified owner)

    I am so very happy to have made this purchase. Not only does the Titan Solar Generator have the most complete and well implemented features I could find on any similar product but the post sale support has been top notch. Multiple e-mail questions have been more than helpful and responded to very quickly.

  27. 5 out of 5

    LOUIS FEITEN (verified owner)

    The Titan is an excellent value. The service at Point Zero is exceptional.

    Previously, I have added Solar to a VW Rialta using a Goal Zero 1400 lithium.
    Its 1500 watt inverter worked fine for essential RV living. Refrigerator, LCD lights, water pump, laptop and cell phone. That draw only allowed for about 12 hours of reserve.
    Your Solar recharge was slow because the GZ 1400 hundred only comes standard (you can purchase an MPPT add on. That brings the GZ 1400 closer to $2000) with a PWM controller. In addition you could only charge with your solar panels in a less efficient parallel array.

    By investing just a little more than $1000 extra in a Titan, you get two MPPT controllers, the ability to attach your solar panels in a more efficient series (up to 1000 watts with a single battery) array, 2000 watts of Lithium battery, a 3000 watt Inverter that will run the big draw items like a Microwave, electric water heater ,etc. etc., and many many other benefits. To be specific, my Titan with one battery (I did purchase a second battery) will run my efficient refrigerator/4L Freezer and laptop (full time internet) for 70 hours. Amazing!

    Whether you are purchasing to upgrade or build an RV, or as power for your home…In my opinion, This is the best value and most efficient, beautifully designed Solar generator in the world.
    It will do it all.

    When you add the fact that Point Zero, the manufacturer of the Titan, is a family owned American company that is very pleasant and helpful to work with, this is an easy purchase you can make with confidence.

    At this time, I don’t work with or have any affiliation with Point Zero. I just love my Titan, and am very impressed with the customer service.


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    • David Willis (store manager)

      Love the pictures! We believe that quality and efficient components make all the difference! That’s one of the many things that makes the Titan amazing! We’re so glad you’re happy with your system.

  28. 5 out of 5


    Hi, can I use a transfer switch, such as the yeti home integration unit (4 circuits) to connect to and power the house?

    • David Willis (store manager)

      Yes, you can use a transfer switch such as the yeti home integration unit to power circuits in your home. You will probably want to talk to a local electrician to make sure everything installed up to your local codes.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Edward Dooley (verified owner)

    We plan to use this to boondock in the rv.

  30. 5 out of 5

    GUY CARPENTER (verified owner)

    My order was complete and arrived without any damage. I installed it, charged the battery and needed to call to better understand the battery meter settings and how to calibrate it. I also watched some videos on the Zero Point channel on youtube which were very helpful. It has been a pleasure doing business with Zero Point and the people who work there.
    Definately 5 stars

    • David Willis (store manager)

      Thank you Guy! It was a pleasure to help you and you can call anytime 🙂

  31. 5 out of 5

    Kris (verified owner)

    We are super happy with both the Titan and the excellent customer service that they provided us with.
    They went out of their way with help for our setting it up, and on answering all of our questions. We will be purchasing more items from them as time goes on. We have a lot to learn about solar and they are the perfect company to walk us through the path of being able to camp off grid. We highly recommend them and are grateful to have found them.

  32. 5 out of 5

    Rusdon Ray (verified owner)

    Product is great and was easy to install. Thanks Point Zero Energy!

  33. 5 out of 5


    Planning on buying the base unit. Can this system connect to a 48v battery like The Kilavaukt HAB battery? If so.. I’ll get one ASAP!!!

    • David Willis (store manager)

      Hi, Our current Titan cannot connect to a 48V battery since it is 24V. However we will be coming out with our Titan 2.0, and Helios Which will use a 48V LiFePo4 or an NMC battery. These units could connect to the 48V Kilavaukt HAB battery. We expect the New generators to be ready early 2021. You can see more specs here: https://www.pointzeroenergy.com/knowledge-base/titan-2-0-differences/


  34. 5 out of 5

    Diana C. (verified owner)

    We’re very happy with the Titan. We have 3 batteries stacked under it and they are being recharged almost every day via Renergy solar panels and we live in Washington.

  35. 5 out of 5

    Neil A. (verified owner)

    It’s nearly impossible to find a product that is engineered as well as the Titan. You can tell that Point Zero Energy thought through every detail in order to create a product that will last as well as work in a wide variety of scenarios.

    If you every watched a review for a “solar generator” and thought “but can it do this”, only to be disappointed by some later revealed limitation…well the Titan probably can do it!

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