Portable Power Generator
Note: 1. DC 12V-24V car cigarette lighter socket and solar panel are not included. Please install an AC inverter on Digi-Power Cube before using the portable power station to supply electricity for the AC devices in the Consumer Digital Devices and Micro Household Appliances, Micro Medical...
1. DC 12V-24V car cigarette lighter socket and solar panel are not included. Please install an AC inverter on Digi-Power Cube before using the portable power station to supply electricity for the AC devices in the Consumer Digital Devices and Micro Household Appliances, Micro Medical Devices, Outdoor backup/lingting application fields. The AC inverter is to be purchased separately.
2. 1 AC, 3 DC and 2 USB ports; Internal charging cube for use with a household extension cord On-board cable and clamp storage; Keyless on/off switch Visual and audible reverse polarity alarms warn against improper battery connections
Improper battery charging can cause the inverter to shut-down prematurely and the inflator not to work due to energy deficiency of internal battery.
Keeping a unit in a discharged state for prolonged periods of time can cause permanent damage to internal battery.
Brief item specifications
Pictures of the portable power generator
Bring the potable power station 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 portable power generator 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.
Trying to watch a 32 in Samsung TV at a tailgate. How long would it last for?
The battery in this (and others that are a similar price) is rated "18 amp-hour" hinting it can give you 1 amp for 18 hours, or 2 amps for 9 hours, etc. For running something needing 120V power off the inverter, if the TV or laptop needed 1 amp at 120V the inverter would pull 10 amps at 12V making the battery last under 2 hours. If the TV only needs 1/2 amp it may last ~3 hours, so it depends on what the TV needs to run (where measuring your TVs power draw with a meter like the "Kill-a-watt" may be the only way to know). If you find it only lasts 1 hour and you wanted it to last 3, then you could get another battery rated 35 amp-hour, connect it up with the jumper cables and they will "share" the load making it last longer.