ACOPower 220Wh Portable Solar Generator Power Supply Energy Storage Lithium-ion Battery Charged by Solar/AC Outlet/Cars with Dual AC Outlet, 3 DC Ports, 2 USB Ports
The product is stocked in CA, USA. You can order it online or from Amazon. If you need the battery more than 10 units, feel free to contact us.
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|Built-in Battery||High Quality Lithium Polymer Batteries|
|Solar Panel Input||12V~20V/2.5A Max|
|Fully Charged Time||DC:7~8 hours|
|USB Output||2 USB 5V-3.1A|
|AC Output||2 x AC Modified SineWave Output|
|AC Continous Ouput||200W|
|AC Max Ouput||250W|
Good. I need some support. Problem in charging process. Do you have someone who talks Spanish? I speak English but it is far better in my own language. Thanks.
Very nice customer service and great help from Nicole. This product works great for solar panel generator, but PowerAdd 100watt solar panel. Good shipping time!
Very handy. Was able to keep my Aircurve 10 CPAP machine running all night.
runs my CPAP off the grid perfectly. just has a fan running to keep the battery cool
Awesome powerpack. Camping? Don't leave home without it. Runs my usb mini fan all night that we were camping and it did not even went 50% capacity. I tried running a 110v small electric a.c. fan and it runs it too. Allows me to charge all my gadgets fast too.
Would have gone with a 4.5 rating.
Headed to the "wilds" of Nebraska to watch the eclipse. Planning to go a day early to beat the traffic and stay late to avoid traffic. Will be taking two smartphones, two iPads and a laptop (yes, we live or die with our electronics, cannot live off "of the grid"). Decided this "generator" aka (light weight, portable battery) would be an excellent way to prevent running down the car battery while keeping us "juiced".
Immediately after getting it I tried it out.. Before buying I had read about various issues folks had so these issues were expected:
- needing an extra cable to connect to solar panels (much to my surprise, mine came with the cable).
- Cannot charge the "generator" and charge a device. you can only do one of these operations at a time.
One issue I did have is that you cannot see the LED lights on the device when in bright sun. I seemingly could NOT get the solar panels to charge the device until i finally cupped my hands around the LED lights and sure enough, they were charging...
It seems to work as advertised. i did run the laptop and an external 27" monitor for an hour and used about 30% of the charge.
I also purchased a 12 volt 50W solar panel kit with this unit with the idea of being able to recharge the battery. I do not know how long it will take to fully recharge the battery in full sun but I am hopeful.
So far with the limited testing I have done, it is a fine product. Nice to have on hand here in the mountains for the frequent power outages. I tested it charging my phone, and had a 3 w LED on the power supply for 20 hrs and still had two bars remaining.
I got this item, checked every detail, and it is well made. Tested all functions working so far except solar test. I charge this everyday at work. I usually power a two 12V LED lamp, and charge a cell phone with this item. When I needed something charged up. It can be charged with solar energy or AC charge, but do not charge at the same time, AC output 110V 60Hz, can power my small TV and computer, very good. I would recommend it to anyone. I also bought solar panel HY020-20M from the same company. I will buy another after hooking up solar panel it. A+