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Exploring Jackery Explorer 1000 Pro | Review | 2023

Updated: Sep 3, 2023

The Jackery Explorer 1000 Pro is a powerful and reliable portable power station that has revolutionized the way we access electricity on the go. With its impressive capacity and versatile functionality, the Explorer 1000 Pro has become a popular choice for outdoor enthusiasts, campers, and emergency preparedness.

It is also our number#1 choice for a 1000-watt solar generator, and the reason why it is our number #1 choice, is that it is the lightest solar generator (22lbs/10kg) with an output rating of 1000 watts with a massive 1000-watt hour lithium-ion battery and highest solar input capacity, that is 800 watt.

Charging with solar: Explorer 1000 Pro is its solar-ready capability. It can be recharged using compatible solar panels, making it a sustainable and eco-friendly choice for those who prefer renewable energy sources.

In the range of 1000-watt solar generators, Jackery 1000 Pro has the highest rated solar input capacity is 800 watts, whereas its alternative line Jackery 1000 and Bluetti EB70s has only 200 watts of solar input capacity. With a maximum solar input capacity of 800 watts, Jackery 1000 pro can be fully charged in 2 hours on a full sunny day.

However, an 800-watt solar input capacity does not mean you need 800 watts of solar panels to charge it, you can charge it with a minimum of 1x200 watts or 2x100 watts or 2x80 watts of solar panels. With less wattage of solar panels, it will take more to charge fully.

Solar panels for Jackery 1000 Pro: It has two MPPTs of rating 17.5V-60V, 11A. Here, 17.5 V is the minimum nominal voltage of the solar panel you need to charge it and 60V is the maximum open circuit voltage of the solar panel you can connect with it. If you are using more than one solar panel in series, then the combined open circuit voltage of the solar panels should not increase more than 60V and the combined nominal voltage should not be less than 17.5V.


Nominal Voltage Vs Open Circuit voltage of solar panels: On no load, the voltage across the output terminals of solar panels is higher than the voltage across its terminal on load. This no-load voltage is called, open circuit voltage, and on-load voltage is called Nominal voltage or power voltage. Once the load is connected to solar panels the voltage of the solar panel drops from open circuit voltage to nominal voltage.

When the battery is discharged, it has a higher resistance value, and once it is fully charged, its resistance value will reduce, so if you connect a solar panel with a rated open circuit voltage higher than the solar generator’s maximum voltage, over-voltage protection will be triggered.


200 and 100-watt Portable solar panels are suitable for Jackery 1000 pro, however, these panels cannot withstand rain and high-speed winds. Also, as compared with traditional solar panels these panels are 2 to 3 times more expensive.


Whereas, traditional solar panels like Renogy 200-watt monocrystalline solar panels are the best alternative to portable solar panels. If you can carry a traditional solar panel on your campaigning trip then we strongly recommend you go with a traditional one. You can connect a maximum of 4 x Renogy 200-watt solar panels with Jackery 1000 pro.

However, if you have any other make of rating of solar panels, then do not forget to check the open circuit voltage of it.

Solar panels for Jackery Explorer 1000 pro

Best Portable solar panel: Bluetti PV200 & Jackery SolarSaga 200 Watt

Best Traditional solar panel: Renogy 200 Watt

Charging: With a total solar input capacity of 800 Watts, Jackery 1000 Pro can be fully charged in 2 hours on a full sunny day. However, you need to carry four numbers of 200-watt solar panels to reach its full capacity. Furthermore, all solar generators can be used while charging, so you do not need to worry about overheating.

It also supports recharging via AC power outlets or a 12V carport, giving you multiple options to replenish its battery.


Battery: One of the standout features of the Jackery Explorer 1000 Pro is its massive 1000-watt-hour lithium-ion battery, which provides an ample power supply for a wide range of devices. Whether you need to charge your smartphones, laptops, drones, or even power small appliances like mini-fridges or electric grills, the Explorer 1000 Pro has got you covered. It features multiple AC outlets, USB ports, and a 12V carport, allowing you to connect various devices simultaneously.

Jackery 1000 pro uses NCM batteries, which is one of the types of Lithium-ion batteries the other type of lithium-ion batteries used in solar generators is LPF batteries. Both LPF and NCM are solid options for solar generators. However, studies show that NCM performance is lower than LPF batteries.

The LPF batteries have a 3.5 times higher charge cycle than NCM batteries. Here, one charge cycle is equal to the charging of the battery followed by 80% depth of discharge. Furthermore, an LPF battery has a charge cycle of 3500, whereas, NCM batteries have a charge cycle of 800-1000.

An alternative to the Jackery 1000 Pro with an LPF battery is Bluetti EB70s.

However, the reason why Jackery used NCM batteries for their solar generators is to make them lightweight.


Portability: In terms of portability, the Explorer 1000 Pro does not disappoint. It weighs just over 22 pounds (10 kg), making it relatively lightweight for a power station of its capacity. It also comes with a sturdy handle, allowing for easy transportation. The compact design makes it ideal for camping trips, tailgating events, or as a backup power source during power outages.

Safety features: Jackery Explorer 1000 Pro is equipped with advanced safety features, including a built-in battery management system that protects against overcharging, short circuits, and overheating. This ensures the safety of your devices and provides peace of mind while using the power station.

Price: Jackery Explorer 1000 Pro will cost you $ 1,099, however, if you are looking for a low-price solar generator, then Bluetti EB70s is the best alternative to Jackery. It will cost you $4,99 however, the Bluetti EB70s comes with only 800 watts of output power and 200 watts of solar input power.

Conclusion: Overall, the Jackery Explorer 1000 Pro is a reliable and efficient portable power station. With its impressive power capacity, versatile functionality, and portability, it has become a go-to choice for anyone in need of a reliable power source in outdoor settings or emergencies.




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