In this paper, we leverage the efficiency of Binarized Neural Networks (BNNs) to learn complex state transition models of planning domains with discretized factored state and action spaces. In order to directly exploit this transition structure for planning, we present two novel compilations of the learned factored planning problem with BNNs based on reductions to Weighted Partial Maximum Boolean Satisfiability (FD-SAT-Plan+) as well as Binary Linear Programming (FD-BLP-Plan+). Theoretically, we show that our SAT-based Bi-Directional Neuron Activation Encoding is asymptotically the most compact encoding in the literature and maintains the generalized arc-consistency property through unit propagation -- an important property that facilitates efficiency in SAT solvers. Experimentally, we validate the computational efficiency of our Bi-Directional Neuron Activation Encoding in comparison to an existing neuron activation encoding and demonstrate the effectiveness of learning complex transition models with BNNs. We test the runtime efficiency of both FD-SAT-Plan+ and FD-BLP-Plan+ on the learned factored planning problem showing that FD-SAT-Plan+ scales better with increasing BNN size and complexity. Finally, we present a finite-time incremental constraint generation algorithm based on generalized landmark constraints to improve the planning accuracy of our encodings through simulated or real-world interaction.