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Old 10-03-2019, 03:50 PM #1
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Goal Zero 1000 Lithium in back of rig - charging questions

I need something to power my ARB Fridge and other accessories when at camp. I have three different camping rigs (One for hardcore offroading, one for overlanding, and one beater that I leave at trailheads and not worry if someone trashes it). I don't want to have dual battery setups in all the rigs for various reasons so a portable power solution would be great for me.

My question is as follows in regards to the 4Runner:

How do I charge the goal zero 1000 without solar panels. It appears that the 12V charge cable is out of stock and has been out of stock for months... is there another 12V cable solution? will the standard wall charger work on the outlet of the 4Runner while the vehicle is running as it only feeds 100W of power while running? Any other suggestions would be great!
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Powerwerx may be able to help you with that cable.

I've got a Flexopower 444 and it is charging just fine of off the 12v cigarette lighter in the back while it is powering my Dometic CFX50. Doesn't the Goal zero have an Anderson connector for charging?
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I looked at the Goal Zero site and there IS an Anderson connector option to charge your Yeti 1000. The plug is oriented a little differently and Powerwerx has an adapter that will work.
Of course, this only works while you're driving or you truck's battery is feeding it. While parked, solar is your option.

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