Portable Solar Power Station
Multiple Charging Outputs Provide More Options
Features with AC/ DC/ USB OUTPUTS:
110 AC output (200W)
2 DC output
2 QC 3.0 quick charge USB port
1 USB port (2.4A auto).
200W Powerful AC Output
Power your smartphone, tablet, laptop, camera, light, drones, fans, in-car appliances, and CPAP machine.
High Performance And Handy Power Source:
151Wh (40800mAh) compact station is powerful enough to meet different kinds of electricity demands for outdoor usage, for home, RV camping, or for emergencies.
Can be lifted with one hand, more portable!
With a weight of 4.07lb and a soft handle, we can easily put it in our backpack or car, and take it anywhere need power.
Triple Rechargeable Modes Efficient Solar Generator:
FlashFish power station is equipped with a lithium battery pack, it can be charged by the 15-24 volt solar panel (not included), AC wall adapter, and car charger efficiently.
The generation provides all-around protection to protect you against overcurrent, overvoltage, and over-temperature, ensuring the safety of you and your devices.
Battery: Lithium-ion Battery
DC Input: 15V/2.5A, 5.5*2.1mm interface
AC Output: 200W Rated, 250W Peak Power
DC Outputs: 9~12V / 10A (Max)
USB Outputs(3): 2*QC 3.0, 1*Auto 5V / 2.4A
Package Weight: 5.6lb
Net Weight: 4.07lb
Product Dimensions: 8.2x4.3x6.2in
We have recently had a couple of power outages during the night because of planned work by the utility company. Without my CPAP, my husband and I just don't sleep well because of my snoring. Every time I looked for a backup battery, all I saw were $600 options from the company that makes CPAP machines. After the most recent outage last Friday night, I decided it was worth to find out if this battery worked.
It arrived Thursday, and was about 60% charged, so I plugged it in overnight. On Friday night, I plugged the CPAP machine into the AC power and turned on the machine, it kept powering on and off and was impossible to use CPAP this way. I decided to troubleshoot the next day. I read some reviews about turning off the heated tubing and humidifier option, so I did that and then the battery worked just fine. Last night was the next test, and the battery ran the machine all night. I may test it again with a little humidity since I missed having that. The battery was down to just one bar of power after about 7-1/2 hours of use. I have now ordered the DC adapter for my CPAP, so it will be interesting to see if that helps battery life.
She’s perfect. Cute little power station that holds a lot of charge and lasts me the time I need. I hook it up to my solar panel and it works amazing.
We use this to power a full-size lamp and other things during a power outage. It barely use a quarter of it's charge per day.
This was a reorder to give to my daughter to use during power outages. I've had one for several years and love it. can plug in lamp or charge phones, computer, etc. it gives me comfort to know i can have light and charging capabilities if needed. battery is always well charged after several months on a closet.
Ran my CPAP for 8 straight hours, and had 20% left. This trip we had a base camp for day hikes, so I brought along a loose car battery (XS Power D1200 AGM deep cycle) along with a 12v outlet to charge the power station with. It took 7-8 hrs to charge this way. I got 3 additional charges from the car battery, but am sure I could have gotten one more. AC charge at home takes about 3hrs. I plan to purchase a Flashfish 18V/60W Foldable Solar Panel to charge this on backpack trips, as it is definitely light enough to add to the pack!