Solar Portable Power Pack
Go with our PPS_150 portable power station, never lack of power! Features 1. Continuous 200W modified wave inverter, 2.1A USB ports, 200W 12V ports 2. Charge phones, tablets, laptops, cameras, and most small devices. Backup power for small appliances, lights, and more 3. Recharges from AC, 12V...
Go with our PPS_150 portable power station, never lack of power!
1. Continuous 200W modified wave inverter, 2.1A USB ports, 200W 12V ports
2. Charge phones, tablets, laptops, cameras, and most small devices. Backup power for small appliances, lights, and more
3. Recharges from AC, 12V or solar panels (sold separately). Gas-free generator alternative with no noise, no fumes, no maintenance.
4. Chainable with other 33Ah lead acid batteries for longer runtimes.
5. Designed and engineered by power station experts with a US-based customer service center.
Brief item specifications
Pictures of the solar portable power pack
a. Short-circuit protection
b. Over-current protection
c. Over-voltage protection
d. Low-voltage protection
e. Over-load Protection
f. Over-temperature protection
Bring the solar portable power pack to your campsite and enjoy the unlimited power from the sun. It is able to power portable fridge, CPAP machine and many other camping devices.
The potable power station is able to support a desktop computer and one monitor for 4.5 Hrs or 5.7 Hrs of run time for a 40W light.
Keeping your lights on and equipment-ready for any crisis. When the power is out, you don't have to be powerless.
When the product is charging or running makes the internal temperature reaches 45 degrees, the built-in Smart Fan would run automatically to make the temperature down. So when you hear the sound of the smart fan, please don't worry that is normal.
Solar power panel (Not included)
Would this power source power a crock pot for 4-8 hours on a camping trip?
The battery in this (and other brands like it) is rated ~18 amp-hour which means is can provide 1 amp (at 12V) for 18 hours, or 2 amps for 9 hours, or 3 amps for 6 hours, etc. I'd bet a crock-pot needs at least 200 watts on low where that would drain this in about 1/2 hour. So to actually run something like that for 4 hours as you suggest would require batteries adding up to ~100 amp-hour capacity (which is at least 2 car-size batteries) and I'd suggest getting a power inverter with at least 600 watt capacity (that has a chance of running the crock-pot on high) if you're serious about such. Otherwise a generator may be cheaper/easier to carry while camping. If you still comfused, please check with our sales team for help. Thank you.