SWAREY Portable Power Station S500 PRO, 518Wh Lithium-ion Battery Solar Generator with 500W(Surge 1200W) AC Outlet, USB-C PD 65W, Backup Power Pack for Outdoors Camping Travel Fishing RV
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This station allows you to charge up to 8 devices at the same time and has a 518 Wh working capacity. It can be used with devices up to 500 W.
Wattage shows if a certain solar generator has enough capacity to cover the maximum power consumption rate whenever you are off-grid or not. Solar-powered generators with lower wattage (100-150 Watts) can support different sensitive electronics. Larger devices with higher output (500 Watts and more) are capable of powering plenty of devices simultaneously. Clean & Convenient Solar Power】: Compared to gas generators, the product uses clean, quiet and carbon-free energy. Plug & Play allows the power station to charge essential devices on the move and go.It also supports UPS function,during power outage, the power supply is automatically switched from wall outlet to power station to supply power to each device without interruption continuously.
OUTPUT PORTS: The solar panel is equipped with 1 USB port, 1 USB QC3.0 port (18W Max), 1 USB Type-C PD port (60W Max), and 1 DC port to allow 4 electronic devices to be charged simultaneously, keeping your devices full of juice
Phone Remote Control】: ALLPOWERS portable power station supports wireless connection via bluetooth with ALLPOWERS APP (supports iOS 9.0 or above /Android 4.3 or above). Power generator bluetooth technology provides a stable and advanced experience to remote control the solar generator almost anywhere. The capacity of a portable power station is measured in watt hours, and determines how long your generator can power various devices on one charge. A higher battery capacity will directly impact the cost of the generator, as large lithium batteries are more expensive.The other thing I like is that this is 240 watt hours. So 240 watt hours out of something this small is awesome. The other big advantage of this over some of my other power stations is passed through charging. Which basically means I can have my solar panel being hooked up to this and charge devices at the same time and it'll actually give you a reading of your input versus output watts. The wall plug charges at roughly 40 watts so that's gonna take a little bit of time to get this charged up. Yet it is twice as fast as my two other sealed lead-acid chargers. We had a five-day power outage and one of them took 24 hours to fully charge. Which is no good. In those situations this will charge a lot faster and I was actually getting close to the full 60 watts out of the solar charger. So I can charge this faster on solar than I can plugged into a wall outlet which is awesome.