Goal Zero 8.0mm Input 30ft Extension Cable – for Boulder & Nomad Panels

$39.95

(1 customer review)
Instock

  • Connect your Boulder solar panels to your Yeti or Sherpa power stations
  • Can also be used to connect Goal Zero solar panels to each other
  • Input/Output: 8mm
  • Cord length: 30 feet
  • Gauge: 16
  • Size: Pack of 1

Quantity:

Policy for this product

  • Free Domestic shipping
  • 5% discount on the next purchase.

 

  • Connect your Boulder solar panels to your Yeti or Sherpa power stations
  • Can also be used to connect Goal Zero solar panels to each other
  • Input/Output: 8mm
  • Cord length: 30 feet
  • Gauge: 16
  • Size: Pack of 1

With a thick wire gauge, this Goal Zero 8mm extension cable gives you 30 extra feet to connect Boulder and Nomad solar panels to each other or can be used to connect Boulder and Nomad solar panels to Yeti or Sherpa power stations for charging.

10% power loss typical for an extension line, barely noticeable, with most coming from path of least resistance -at the connection. So, the less extensions, the better.
* Requires an adapter for MC4 junction connection applications.

  • Connect your Boulder solar panels to your Yeti or Sherpa power stations
  • Can also be used to connect Goal Zero solar panels to each other
  • Input/Output: 8mm
  • Cord length: 30 feet
  • Gauge: 16
  • Size: Pack of 1

One Response to Goal Zero 8.0mm Input 30ft Extension Cable – for Boulder & Nomad Panels

  1. admin says:

    I bought this cable because I didn’t want to attach my solar panel directly to my RV roof. Using this cable, I’m able to park my vehicle in the shade and stretch out the panel into the sun. This is CRUCIAL in the California heat! It keeps the inside of my RV cool while still capturing all of the sun/power into my Yeti 400 (AGM) – without having to bring the power bank out of the vehicle (which isn’t possible since it’s also hooked up to my 12volt fridge).
    30′ extension cable is necessary to keep the battery out of the sunlight. I’ve found that the batteries charge better when they are not constantly needing to cool themselves.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *