Stay Powered, Wherever Life Takes You
10 Outlets for All
Power for Play
Portability Brings Possibility
Perfect Companion for Camping
|Battery Info||Capacity:||716Wh (22.4V, 32Ah)|
|Type:||LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate)|
|Life Cycles:||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:||2 x 220-240V AC Outlets, 1000W In Total|
|Inverter Type:||Pure Sine Wave|
|USB-C Port:||2 x 100W Max.|
|USB-A Port:||2 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|
|Recharge Times||AC Adapter (200W):||≈4-4.5 Hours|
|Solar (200W):||≈4-4.5 Hours (With prime sunshine, ideal orientation and low temperature)|
|12V/24V Car Outlet (100W/200W):||≈7.5 or 4.0 Hours|
|General||Pass-through Charge :||Yes|
|Weight:||21.4lbs (9.7 kg)|
|Dimensions (LxWxD):||12.6 x 8.5 x 8.7 in(32 x 21.6 x 22.1cm)|
|Operating Temperature:||-4-104℉ (-20-40℃)|
|Storage Temperature :||14-113℉ (-10-45℃)|
|Tested & Certifications:||CEC, DOE, FCC, QC3.0, CA Prop 65|
Great little portable power unit. Utilise it for camping and run my 69L Dual Zone Fridge. Works really well. Customer Service has also been top notch.
Can’t wait to see what products Bluetti comes out with in the future.
Bought the EB 70 after quite a bit of research and am very pleased that I did. It’s an awesome bit of gear and works well with all my needs.
I have used it a couple of times since I purchased it and it’s great it does a good job at powering up the milk machine for my baby when we are out on the road.
Great product complete game changer for camping on the remote islands of Western Australia!
The EB70 has performed very well as a means to power an older camping fridge (Engel 40?L) for up to 36 hours (where ambient temps ranged from 15-28 degrees) before reaching 0% charge. The ability to charge it from the 12V plug in the car is very handy. And a cheap adapter allowed me to easily charge the unit using my existing solar panel. The unit has experienced a couple of ‘shorts’ where it stops until I turn it off and on again. However, my old fridge might be the cause of this issue.
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