Mobile Solar Power System
Our features Long Shelf-Life, Perfect for Unexpected Power Outages A 10-12 month shelf-life means you can charge it as an emergency power supply. Use it to run fridges, lights, even medical devices safely inside your home. A typical gasoline generator (2000W) can run a fridge for approximately 6...
Mobile Solar Power System
Long Shelf-Life, Perfect for Unexpected Power Outages
A 10-12 month shelf-life means you can charge it as an emergency power supply. Use it to run fridges, lights, even medical devices safely inside your home. A typical gasoline generator (2000W) can run a fridge for approximately 6 hours on one tank of gas.
No Additional Maintenance or Operation Costs
Adding up gasoline, oil changes, and other maintenance costs of a traditional inverter generator adds up over its lifetime. The PPS_150 has no additional ongoing maintenance or operation costs and results in a total cost of ownership that's less than ½ that of a gasoline generator.
Jump-Start Your Car and Power Small Appliances
There are 2 AC outlets and 2 DC outlets for running smaller appliances with overload protection and easy-to-read bi-color LED indicator lights to inform you of power status and charge levels.
Brief item specifications
Pictures of the mobile solar power system
Bring the mobile solar power system 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.
Will it charge through the 12 volt outlet?
This is really a 2 part question. The 12volt supply is high amperage, designed to turn over an automotive starter and get the vehicle running. But, once running, it would not be used to further charge the vehicle battery. Either the engine or a trickle-down battery charger would be used to actually charge a dead or near-dead battery.
The second interpretation is can a 12 volt supply (say, an automotive battery) be used to charge the B&D unit. Why would one want to do that? To use the unit's other features after its power is consumed by, say, using 120-volt supply. Yes, it can be charged from a 12-volt source, but the manual cautions: "...will NOT recharge the unit as effectively as recharging from 120 volt AC. And....frequent use of the 12 volt DC recharging procedure may shorten thee battery system's life.