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EnerPlex Generatr 1200
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EnerPlex Generatr 1200
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  • The BEST power storage solution for emergency preparedness, tailgates, camping trips, park days, off-grid applications and more
  • Designed to power almost all electronics, from smartphones and tablets to refrigerators and televisions
  • Ultralight, 60% LIGHTER than comparable generators- designed to be easy to carry
  • TACTICAL & SILENT, makes minimal noise during operation, ideal for use indoors, camping, hunting, fishing and anywhere silence is required
  • Emits ZERO FUMES, no noxious gasses to worry about indoors or in confined areas
  • Rechargeable via the wall OR pair perfectly with the EnerPlex Commandr series to build a completely self-contained power generation and storage system
  • LCD display indicates battery charge/discharge status

Product Dimensions:
16.14" x 11.96" x 11.41"
Additional Information:
Data sheets, and other supporting documents can be found in the 'Downloads and Support Tab'
Battery Capacity:
1231 Wh
Battery Type:
Recharge By:
Solar (19V/12V) or wall Outlet (110V)
19V Barrel (Solar/Wall), 12V Anderson (Solar)
Power Output:
(3)USB, (1)12V CLA, (1)12V Anderson, (1)19V Barrel, (3)110V
1 Year
EnerPlex Generatr Y1200 (Pre-Order) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Loses charge after sitting unused 2-3 weeks Not as advertised where site says it should retain its charge for up to one year in storage. Also, find the other reviews hard to believe since this product wasn't available until Dec 2015.
Date published: 2016-02-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Loses Charge Saw some bad reviews but was hoping they were wrong. Purchased the Generator 1200 late Feb. 2016 and have had for ~1 week - using daily. 2 times now the generator has lost a substantial amount of battery charge (50%) with no energy use. I will continue to test for a few days to ensure I did not deplete the battery by mistake but if this still occurs, will return it. Also, loud sound upon start-up of the AC invertor - disappears after 20 seconds and normal fan sound kicks in. Also, there is a fan sound. My Goal Zero Yeti had no fan noise. The generator 1200 fan comes on and stays on the ENTIRE time the AC invertor is on and the fan is loud. This was supposed to be a quiet generator. If I wanted a noisy generator that loses or does not maintain charge, would have spent far less on gas generator. Thinking of returning and buying the Goal Zero Yeti 1250 instead (only thing holding me back is the weight of the 1250 but it is VERY reliable and you can count on it).I will try Enerplex again if they fix all these issues and will retract this post if my on-going product testing does not reproduce the charge loss experienced 2 times in 1 week.
Date published: 2016-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from unbelievable Watch tv a the cottage when power failed and charged up my laptop and iphone with power to spare.think i'll buy 2.
Date published: 2014-07-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great buy for hurricane season Lightweight and compact. Charges all the necessities. Very happy
Date published: 2015-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product Great product glad I got it! Does as advertised and some!
Date published: 2015-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MY GENERATR 1200 ITS OK I put it to the test during, and after one month I can say that has not had any problems.For now I am thrilled with my purchase
Date published: 2016-03-22
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Do I have to flip a switch to use 110v AC outlets on the generator or just plug the item in?  Do you include a DC charging adapter to charge the generator from a wall outlet?  Finally do you recommend fully discharging the generator before re-charging?

Asked by: Rex60
Thanks for your inquiry. Yes, the Generatr needs to be turned on and the AC switched to ON before power will be sent to the AC outlets. A wall adapter is included with the unit. The Generatr does not need to be fully discharged before recharging.
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2016-05-11

You can ru 110 volts appliances on your power bank, at how much Ampere, or what would be the inverter capable of to supply, a constant 1000 watts for how long? 1200 Watt hours / 110 = 10 Amps for 1 hour  or 2 amps for 5 h is that right

Asked by: Rveuropeontour
Thanks for your inquiry! The Generatr has a 1000W maximum output. The total capacity of the battery will vary depending on load. Drawing a constant 1000W, the Generatr will last around an hour, depending on the conditions of the battery.
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2016-02-10

Can I connect a 100 watt solar panel to this battery?

Asked by: Victor
Thanks for your inquiry! The Generatr 1200 can accept up to 120W maximum input via either its 16-34V solar/AC inputs, or via the 12V Anderson inputs.
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2016-02-10

Is this unit completely silent? If not is there a decibel reading or a sound comparison for it?

Asked by: Mike D
The Generatr is considerably quieter than other generators on the market, however, it is not completely silent. In order to keep the unit cool, there are small fans inside which turn on depending on temperature.
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2015-11-21

I'm interested in using this instead of a generator to power my truck camper in the winter. Basically, I want to run a truck camper heater (propane, but uses a fan) and run lights at night. That's about it. Do you think this could handle that?

Asked by: Redneck Sam
Thanks for your inquiry! It all depends on the power draw of your devices. The Generatr 1200 has a 1231 watt-hour battery. If you are continuously drawing 100 watts from the Generatr, it will take 12.31 hours before the battery runs out (watt-hours divided by watts = hour of use). Your electronics should have technical specifications indicating how many watts they use in the manual or printed on them directly near the power supply. You can use this information to calculate how many Generatrs you'll need to support your setup!
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2016-02-01

Is the unit compatible with a 12 vehicle outlet for charging? Can the unit be charged while it is being used?

Asked by: denvernative2012
Thanks for your inquiry! The Generatr Y1200 can absolutely be charged via a 12V source using its Anderson inputs and yes, the unit can be charged while it's being used.
Answered by: EnerPlex
Date published: 2016-02-01

Are you using lithium ion batteries in this product? If so do you produce them yourself?

Asked by: buyer
can you ship this product oversea? will it work in Israel?
Answered by: hehe
Date published: 2016-05-25

Am I able to add additional 12v batteries to increase running time with this generator? For example a couple Optima 55ah deep cycle batteries?

Asked by: Mike D
NEVER mix Lead and Lithium. Mixing different lithium chemistries, and even different amp-hour rated batteries of the same chemistry, is also a bad idea. Even if you got the exact same battery to run in parallel, you now have 65 watts max of solar charge going into each battery instead of 130 watts...not a good balance, unless you want high discharge, and can wait a couple of days to recharge.
Answered by: SolarSavant
Date published: 2016-03-02
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