USB-A Output: USB1+USB2: 5V/2.4A ; USB3: DC 3.6-6.5V/3A, 6.5-9V/2A, 9-12V/1.5A
USB-C Output: DC 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 15V/3A, Max 45W
DC Output: DC 12V/5A+12V/5A ; DC Input: 19V/4A; AC output: 100-120V
Cigarette lighter: DC12.5V/12A
Excellent for churching your electronics and lighting during power outage or even daily in any location inside or outside of your home
I bought this for a camping trip. I use a CPAP at night, so we charged it up to100% and I used it to power my CPAP overnight at home as a test. It worked great and still had over 25% battery left in the morning. I had to use ac power. They said you get better mileage using dc power. I don’t have that option with my CPAP. It is ac only. We also wanted to test recharging it with a 100 watt solar panel that we have. I had charged it to 52% using a wall outlet when we decided to try the solar panel for charging. It did a great job. The light is nice and bright too, which is handy too. Our campout is in a couple of days. I’m confident that this unit will be a great fit. We will be there for 4 days, so we are going to bring along the solar panel for recharging during the day. My only question is, would it be able to power my Poulenc electric chainsaw? Does anybody know?
As I only have 30w solar panels to work with this generator, it was able to generate about 20% of power with leaving them under the sun for about 5 hours per day. It helps reducing some of my utility bill. It is potable so I carry it anywhere I need. I am going to look for higher watt of solar charger panel to help speed up charging this generator. So far, I was using the power generated from the solar panels to charge my night light stand, my phone and my laptop. I am looking forward for higher watt solar panels to work with this.
I love the display, provides all the data I need, best price, high quality, I plan to buy another
This device arrived safely packaged with about 5% battery charge. After plugging it in, it got to 100% charge level after about 4 hours.
Little did we know when we ordered this power station how valuable it would prove to be.
On Sunday, Feb. 14, 2021 we were expecting 1 to 3 inches of snow the next day in South Central Texas. By 2:30 a.m. on Monday the power at our home was out. Over the next 36 hours, we got power for a total of 40 minutes. Thankfully, on Sunday I charged up this power station in anticipation of the potential for a power outage.
By 2:30 a.m. on Monday, our home's power was out. Due to rolling power "brownouts" over the next 36 hours, we had electricity for a total of 40 minutes.
The power station came in very handy for charging our laptops, phones and tablets. A single charge of the power station lasted about a day and a half. While the Amazon description says it can power a CPAP machine or even a mini refrigerator for hours, we haven't tried that. We did, however, try to power our single cup coffee maker with it. That didn't work for us, though. The coffee maker turned on, but it wouldn't heat the water up. We don't know. Maybe some incompatibility with the wattage or voltage?
In any case, we highly recommend this device for emergencies!
For those of you keeping score, here's the breakdown:
Quality of Instructions- A
Charging Time- A
Ease of Use- A
Overall Grade: A
It takes a while to charge it up but it is worth it. It has several different ways of charging devices and that is important. I got this for power outages to keep some kind of relaxation time stuff going and run some other small items. Mostly when the power is out we do work around the house that doesn't usually get done otherwise. To small to fuss much over, and too small so it gets shoved aside in favor of something more substantial needing done. But you don't want to work every second so this is great. You can plug in with a regular plug, usb it, even cig plug it. I'm happy.