BLUETTI EB240 Portable Power Station | 1000W 2400Wh
- Huge Capacity 2400Wh Power Station
- Multi-Outputs for Various Power Needs
- Solar/AC/Generator Recharge
- 2500+ Long Life Cycle
- Solar Input: Max.500W, OCV 16-68V,Current Max.10A, MPPT
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Q1: What kind of devices can Bluetti EB240 power?A:
Please note that the AC output ports can charge/power devices only operate at less than 1000-Watts, and the gross power should be under 1000 watts as well or EB240 will shut off automatically for circuit protection. Please make sure your device is compatible with EB240 before purchase.
Q2: How to figure out the recharge times of my device?A:
Working time = 2400Wh* 85% / rated power of your device For reference, assuming the device features rated power 800W (might be a Electric drill), working time will be 2400Wh*85% / 800w=2.5hrs (Estimated time) .
Q3: How to choose third-party solar panel?A:
Solar panel spec. requirement: Default working voltage ≧ 20V, gross open circuit voltage ≦ 73V(±2V), the max output current ≦10A, max input power ≦ 500W.
Q4: Battery Life-cycleA:
YIt is vital to know that lithium-ion batteries will degrade over time if they are charged too frequently. Recharge time is set to 5 hours around via wall socket, ensuring that the EB240 is capable of lasting for at least 2500+ cycles.
Q5: Is it able to be charged via 12V vehicle accessory ports?A:
You could use a 300W(minimum) pure sine inverter to connect the vehicle accessory ports with EB240. The inverter is not included in the package.
Q6: If I replace the included MPPT module for a batteries expansion, how much solar input can I use when the EB240 is unhooked from the expansion batteries and is in stand-alone mode?A:
The EB240 could have a maximum of 500W from solar panels without MPPT module. You should set panels of 400W into the MC4 pole input, and another 100W worth of panels into the 7.9*0.9mm input. This measures would support 320-360W input power per hour in good sunlight conditions.