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EnerPlex Generatr 100
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EnerPlex Generatr
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  • 94 watt-hour battery, designed to power small-to-medium electronics, including laptops
  • Made with Lithium ion technology, making it a lightweight alternative to heavier lithium polymer batteries, and perfect for air-travel, camping, hunting, and emergency preparedness
  • Recharge either via a standard wall outlet or the sun with Commandr solar panels by EnerPlex
  • (2) USB ports, 12V/19V output & an integrated 110V standard wall outlet. Plug your devices right in, as if it were the wall
  • Dual charging capabilities: Use the A/C and USB outputs at the same time.

Product Dimensions:
6" x 6" x 1.9"
Additional Information:
User manuals, data sheets, and other supporting documents can be found in the 'Downloads and Support Tab'
Battery Capacity:
94 WHr
Battery Type:
Recharge By:
Solar or Wall outlet
19V Barrel (Solar/Wall)
Power Output:
2xUSB, 12V, 19V, 110V Standard Wall Outlet
1 Year

what is the inverter rating as far as watts?  Surge rating?

Asked by: Gus M
The AC is 100W rated, 120W max.
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2016-05-11

I am accustomed to comparing batteries in the mAh (milli amp hour) format. How does 94 Whrs (watt hours) translate to mAh. My cell phone battery holds about 2800 mAh, so I am trying to find out how many times the EnerPlex 100 will charge my phone.

Asked by: bshug
The calculation is (Whr*1000)/V=mAhrs. Therefore, based on the voltage you are drawing from the battery, you will get a different mAhrs value. Since there are different output voltages on this unit, EnerPlex cannot list it as mAhrs. Using this calculation, and the expected voltage draw of the phone (5V), you get 18,800 mAhrs. Divide by 2800 mAhrs, results in about 6.7 charges of your phone battery from this unit.
Answered by: SolarGuru
Date published: 2016-06-13

are there jumper cables , start a car?

Asked by: efff
Not recommended:The typical car or marine battery has several amps draw called "cranking amps". Different from A-hrs or mA-hrs, this type of draw is all in seconds rather than over many minutes or hours. Batteries made using lead acid & plates/(car), cand do this but it would take way too many Li-ions in //  together to start a car  through its starter. just take a look at how thick jumper cables are compared to 15A AC or small appliance adators charged by Generatr.
Answered by: AdventurerJohn
Date published: 2016-05-26

How would this generator hold up in winter camping situations? I hope to use it for a multi-day trip but not sure it would hold a charge in cold temps. Please advise.

Asked by: kmhiggins10
Thanks for your inquiry! The Generatr 100 has a recommended operating temperature range of 14 - 22F, or -10 - 50C. We do not recommend using the battery outside that range.
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2016-02-10

Can the Generatr 100 charge devices while it is itself being charged? For instance, if a solar panel is plugged into the Generatr 100 and a phone is plugged into the USB output, will the phone charge from the Generatr while the Generatr is also charing?

Asked by: JCar
Thanks for your inquiry! The Generatr 100 does not feature pass-through charging or charge & discharge functionality, but this is a feature we're looking at for future versions!
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2016-02-10

I would like to order one of these but the release keeps being delayed. Is it ever actually coming out?

Asked by: joshuabk
Yes, the Generatr S100 will be released shortly. We appreciate your patience and enthusiasm.
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2015-07-11

What does the unit come with?  Does it come with the AC adapter for at home charging?  Thank you in advance...

Asked by: socal
The Generatr S100 comes with a 19V/30W adapter used to power the device from wall power, an output cable with interchangeable tips for powering Dell, HP and ThinkPad laptops, and a user manual.
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2015-07-11

Although I found where the larger generatr is pure sine wave, there is no information on this one. I refuse to use dirty power on my sensitive electronics, and refuse to spend more time trying to find the answer to a simple question that s/b in the SPECS

Asked by: SolarSavant
The Generatr S100 will use modified sine wave.
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2015-07-11
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