Solar Electric Generator
Solar Electric Generator

Solar power has been all the rage for almost two decades now. The thought of using the energy emitted by the sun to power our everyday appliances and equipment has long been a dream. And while that dream is a reality now, the potential for this non-exhaustible energy source has not yet been reached. However, for now, you can already use a solar generator to juice up a number of things.

Being on the road can mean spending gas. Not just to power your car but also your radio, GPS and other things. But travelling by RV or a motor home is quite different. You may have a TV, VCR, DVDs, lights, camera, computer and others equipment that needs a power source. This can add up to the rising costs of fuel.

By simply installing a solar generator, you can keep the money you’d spend in gas and instead, use solar power to run appliances. Solar generators are more portable and the solar electric generator is the best method of generating free electricity.

The solar generator can be set up in just a few minutes.  Then, all you have to do is start plugging things in.  It will run both AC & DC appliances anywhere and at anytime. The solar generator is designed to come to your rescue when power trouble starts and your lights go out. Run a refrigerator (high efficient ones are best) to keep your food from going bad or even run a sump pump in the basement if you have to get rid of excess water.    

If the going ever gets too tough where you are and you decide to “get the heck out of dodge,” you simply throw it in the car and take off to a safer destination, knowing you have power wherever you go. No noise, no fumes, no maintenance and most importantly, no fuel required. Simply roll it to whatever location needs the power and start plugging in appliances. It has a massive maintenance-free battery as well as an indestructible outer case. It’s a solid piece of equipment that will last a lifetime.

The solar electric generator produces permanent power. It provides 1800 watts of electricity at peak power-enough to run many appliances in your house.  The unit stores power and makes it available when you need it.  The generator is recharged constantly by the sun, allowing you to use the system and charging it at the same time.  Many users choose to keep appliances plugged in permanently to reduce electrical costs and help pay for the unit.

The sun is always available, half the day anyway, but you can store up the power during the day and use it at night. You don’t have to pay for the solar rays that hit your solar generator, not like the gas you have to buy to fill up a five-gallon tank on a conventional generator, which could provide electric power for at most, six to ten hours. Solar generators are very handy to have around, especially if they are powered by the sun. Having one on your tent, cabin, trailer or boat can be one of the wisest decisions you can make.