Meet all your need during camping
Multiple DC & AC Outputs, Versatile Recharging
An ideal solution for outdoor trip
Get Charged In Anyway You Prefer
Incomparable Outlet Versatility
|Battery Info||Capacity:||537Wh (22.4V, 24Ah)|
|Cell Chemistry:||LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate)|
|Lifecycle:||2,500+ Cycles to 80% Original Capacity|
|Shelf-life:||Recharge to 80% Every 3-6 Months|
|Management System:||MPPT Controller, BMS, etc.|
|OUTPUT||AC Outlets:||700W In Total|
|Inverter Type:||Pure Sine Wave|
|USB-C Port:||1 x 100W Max.|
|USB-A Port:||4 x 5V/3A|
|12V DC Outlets:||1 x 12V/10A (Car Outlet) |
2 x 12V/10A (DC5521)
|Wireless Charging Pad:||1 x 15W Max.|
|Input||AC Adapter Input:||200W Max.|
|Solar Input:||200W Max.,OCV 12-28V, 8A|
|Car Input:||12/24V from Cigarette Lighter Port,8.2A Max.|
|Max Input:||400W, with AC+Solar Input or Dual AC(dual recharge)|
|Recharge Times||AC Adapter (200W):||≈3-3.5 Hours|
|Solar (200W):||≈3-3.5 Hours (With prime sunshine, ideal orientation and low temperature)|
|12V/24V Car Outlet (98.4W/196.8W):||≈6-6.5Hrs or 3-3.7 Hours|
|AC+ Solar (400W):||≈1.8~2.3 Hours (With prime sunshine, ideal orientation and low temperature)|
|Dual AC (400W):||≈1.8~2.3 Hours (Extra adapter is REQUIRED)|
|GENERAL||Pass-through Charging :||Yes|
|Dimensions (LxWxD):||10.94*7.87*7.79 in(27.8*20*19.8cm)|
|Operating Temperature:||-4-104℉ (-20-40℃)|
|Storage Temperature :||14-113℉ (-10-45℃)|
|Tested & Certifications:||UL,UN38.3,MSDS, PSE,CE,ROHS,CEC, DOE, FCC, CA Prop 65 and More|
This product is very portable and provides all the socket types I need. I’m very happy with the purchase.
Tested the Power Station at home before taking off on our caravan. So far everything promised has been fulfilled, prompt delivery as promised, quick charge 240v (2 hours from flat), 32hours run time on our Engle Fridge Freezer,
charged my phone, yet to try solar charge, we will be away for about five months so will really give it a test then!
I was recently gold prospecting in Western Australia’s outback, living off grid in a tent for 3 weeks, and relied solely on my Bluetti EB55 for power. The Bluetti charged my iphone, ipad, handheld uhf radio, rechargeable torch, rechargeable lantern, tent lights and bluetooth headphones and 2 batteries for a Minelab 6000 metal detector. I used an old 120 watt solar panel and had the wiring adapted for the Bluetti prior to the trip. It provided more than enough solar power to keep the Bluetti fully charged. I am a female in my 60s and found the Bluetti light weight, compact and portable. 7 weeks after the trip the Bluetti was still at 80% charge and I used the Bluetti 12 volt charger for a pump to inflate a large inflatable tent. I am very happy with my purchase.
I bought the EB55 a couple weeks ago. Delivery was exceptional (3 days from NSW to Queensland) unfortunately my 120watt folding solar panels wont charge it. I purchased 50 amp 12-48v mc4 to anderson connector but didn’t work, so i got out my 200watt panel connected the mc4 to anderson and still won’t charge the EB55. So looks like i was given information that wasn’t 100% accurate. Now it looks like ive got to buy bluetti panels. The 200watt bluetti solar panel is a tad expensive and not sure if the 120watt bluetti panel will be efficient enough. Some feedback would be much appreciated. Having said all that the EB55 is a pretty sweet unit. Im loving it thus far. And i discovered my phone has wireless charging, bonus.
Easily charge lap top and phone on the wireless charging plate. 240v works with no problems kept large portable fridge running for 3+ days.
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