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Sale Now On! BLUETTI Portable Power Station AC200MAX - 40% Off

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Jan 15, 2024 11:45 am
Sale Now On! BLUETTI Portable Power Station AC200MAX - 40% Off
Brand Name: BLUETTI
Category: Generators
Seller Name: Bluetti
Rating: 4.40
Total Rating Count: 953
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Title: This thing is a power beast, but big
Content: Does everything I wanted it to, and more. Can run my Travel Trailer A/C with a soft starter installed, as the compressor cycles on and off it can honestly go for a few hours even in high heat with a 13500 BTU unit. It has 30 amp power so I can plug directly into my RV as well, plus plenty of outgoing juice for day to day items. Roughly the same size as my 2250i gas generator, but quite a bit heavier due to the battery. Nice that it has add-on batteries. They're expensive, but I like the option and will likely do one next summer. Handled everything I threw at it for this camping year. The only knock I have, if any, is that it is heavy. It's a huge battery, so a bit expected, but like you have to plan for it. I wouldn't want to take this tent camping, car camping/glamping sure. Small travel trailer is really where this thing shines though. Does have handles that make it easy to move around. One other small knock is that with even a basic case that has a little lip around the camera area of my iPhone it wont charge on the wireless charger on the top. Other devices work though. The app is fine and serves it's purpose. The screen itself is good enough, viewing angle could be better and it could be faster to show up the first time, but these are all minor things on an otherwise well designed and well utilized product. I'd recommend it highly.
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Title: AC200 MAX is a great product
Content: Title: PACKED WITH POWER AND FEATURES. One of the main reasons I purchased the AC200Max is because it's capacity is expandable to a whopping 8,192wh. Now that's a lot of power, not to mention the upgraded features that are packed into this unit. It can be charged multiple ways...using the included AC wall outlet adapter or car charger, by solar panels, or with a lead acid battery. It can also be dual charged thanks to the integrated dual charging system. What's also really nice is that you can charge it with only one solar panel. Charging is slower with only one panel, but it's a nice option to have if you cannot afford to purchase multiple panels all at one time. This makes it feasible to be able to purchase one panel at a time and still be able to charge your power station. The upgraded MPPT controller can handle up to 900w of solar input and it also has a built in TT30 (RV30) outlet designed especially for those living life on the road. RV and Vanlife enthusiasts can use the TT30 outlet at nearly any RV park or campground in the United States or Canada. Another really nice feature that the AC200Max offers is that it supports Bluetooth and it can be controlled by the Bluetti Smartphone App where you can easily monitor charging and manage the power distribution remotely, which makes it super convenient in today's world. Some of the other features this unit boasts are 4 AC outlets, 4 USB outlets, a 100w PD 3.0 USB-C for quick charging your devices, or if you prefer, you can charge your devices cable-free with the two built-in wireless chargers located on top of the unit. It also has a power-saving ECO mode option accessible through the touchscreen menu that will automatically turn off the AC output if the load on it is less than 50W over a span of 4 hours. The touchscreen menu is super easy to navigate and very user friendly. This powerful beast is packed with enough power to go completely off-grid. It even has the power to recharge your Tesla or e-bike. Whatever your scenario entails... from your smartphone to a power outage disaster, to your Tesla, the AC200Max is sure to meet you needs. With the superior LifePO4 quality, reliability, and expandable capacity, Bluetti has you covered. I am very pleased with my purchase of the AC200Max and I'm looking forward to using it on my adventures and taking advantage of that expandable capacity when I am able to add it on. Having the option and capability to expand the capacity, the convenience of using the app remotely, and having a TT30 outlet make the AC200Max well worth purchasing. There's just so much you can do with this much power. Whether you're going completely off-grid, or traveling the country utilizing the RV30 outlet, it couldn't get much easier with this power station. This easily makes the AC200Max the power station of choice for my family.
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Title: One Shot Wonder
Content: I have a 2012 Arctic Fox 29 foot camper trailer. I got rid of my 12 volt batteries, got rid of the battery charger / power supply, installed a couple of solar panels on the roof, installed a 30 amp automatic transfer switch, hooked the camper to both the 12 volt 30 amp power supply and 120 volt 30 amp power supply and this thing is the one-stop-solution for my camper. If you are curious about details, here you go ... * I disconnected the camper from all power - including the 12 volt batteries. * I disconnected the 120 volt, 30 amp power supply line from the main breaker and attached a short piece of 10 gauge wire from the main breaker to the output of the automatic transfer switch * I connected the wire from the camper's 30 amp shore power to the "generator" side of the automatic transfer switch (the switch prefers the generator, so I used that side for the shore power so that my camper will prefer shore power) * I used a 30 amp male outlet and attached a short length of 10 gauge wire to it. Then I attached the other end to the "shore power" leg of the automatic transfer switch. * I attached the supply line from the battery to the 12 volt 30 amp adapter for the Bluetti * I plugged in the 120 volt 30 amp plug as well as the 12 volt 30 amp plug into the Bluetti * I mounted 2 solar panels and connected them in series (Negative from the first panel into the negative jack for the Bluetti's solar port, positive from the first panel to the negative of the second panel, and the positive from the 2nd panel to the positive jack for the Bluetti's solar port) * I plugged in the solar adapter and set the Bluetti for solar (as opposed to the 12 volt car charger setting) * I powered everything on and watched it work I wish this unit came with the 12 volt 30 amp adapter - it's a $20 accessory. It seems like that could be included, IMHO. But just know that if you are going to do a setup like this, don't forget to order the adapter. I also wish that you could charge via 12 volt cigarette lighter and solar at the same time. While you *can* charge from the 120 volt power supply and the solar at the same time, the solar and the cigarette lighter use the same port. It's one or the other. I don't love the 10 Amp cigarette lighter. I was hoping to use that to power my 12 volt air compressor to air up my camper's tires and my air bags, but it draws just under 20 amps, so that's a no-go. I also don't love all of the proprietary plugs. It means that you have get all of your accessories through them. So you can't just run to an automotive store and get a plug if you neglect to order the 12 volt 30 amp adapter. You have to order it and wait for it to arrive. Lastly, the power supply as a fan that runs continually. If it weren't for that, I would have been tempted to connect the power supply to the shore power so that when I plug in at a campground, it would charge automatically from the campground's connection. But having that fan running constantly means that I need to manually plug it in if I want to charge, and unplug it when I am done. Not a deal breaker, but also not great. I did test even my high wattage 12 volt devices like my furnace and the motors for my slide-outs and the lift jack. A little electrical math: amps * volts = watts. So the 12 volt, 30 amp outlet can power up to 400 watts. I never saw my usage rise above 200 watts, so (at least for MY camper) this outlet is enough to power my camper. That was one of my biggest worries, since I really didn't know how much draw some of my 12 volt accessories would require. All of my lights are LED, so that does help. A few high-draw lights can rack up the watts pretty fast. I do love that I don't need any heavy lead acid batteries anymore. I love that I can easily unplug this from my camper and take it home with me and use it as a backup power for my home in case I need it. I discovered that my camper's built-in 12 volt battery charger / power supply were horrifically inefficient. With a pair of fully charged batteries, and running nothing more than the camper's furnace, the camper ate through 2,000 watt hours in one night. It should only have used about 270 watt hours - meaning it wasted about 1,730 watt hours through its inefficiency. So I love that this system is FAR more efficient. It's also really cool that I can plug 4 USB A devices as well as a USB C device and charge my phones via 2 induction pads. The 100 watt USB C is especially nice, since I can plug my MacBook Pro into that and leave my power supply at home. You can also plug in 2 additional batteries at up to 3,000 watt hours each, for a possible total of 8,000 watt hours. That's a ton of battery. I used to use a famous AGM battery for my camper. At 660 watt hours and weighing 43.5 lbs, it would take 3 of those batteries and 130 lbs to equal the capacity of this unit. And lead acid batteries shouldn't be depleted past 50% if you want them to last. They also don't have as many charging cycles in them. To duplicate this setup, I would have to purchase 3 of those batteries, an mppt charge controller, and a 2,000 watt pure sine inverter to duplicate this setup. Even then, it would be missing some features. Please note that you need to pay attention to the load (wattage) of what you are plugging into your camper. This device has 2,000+ watt hours and can power up to 2,000 watts at one time. If you have a device (like a microwave) that draws 1,200 watts, that means it will draw 1,200 watt hours in one hour. Let's use another example: My furnace draws between 60 and 75 watts. If you divide 2,000 by 67.5 (the median between 60 & 75) you get 29.63 - which is how many hours this device will run the furnace continually before the battery is completely dead. Of course, you don't want to run your battery dead, so you need to do some math and figure out how much solar (or additional batteries) you need so that you can stay ahead of the game. The Bluetti will help you by telling you how much it is drawing so that you can get an idea of how much electricity various devices are using. (If you turn them on one at a time, this is a good way to figure out what each device draws.) But I'll say right up front that you shouldn't plan to run high wattage devices like air conditioners on this unit. Even with the maximum solar, you won't be able to stay ahead of the game. My refrigerator and water heater are also dual power, so I make sure to turn them both to propane before I unplug from shore power. But if you are looking to do some off grid camping and if you are looking to be frugal with your usage, this is a great unit to keep your camper running and maybe even use your microwave to heat up your coffee in the morning. To sum up: I'm pretty damn impressed.
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Title: Great device, small firmware upgrade problem solved, sorta.
Content: I just bought this machine plus an extra b230 battery. As soon as I did a firmware upgrade using a brand new tablet by Samsung (android) it didn't complete the upgrade and then the software doesn't work. I think it wipes the BIOS or something and the charger display screen doesn't work. After approximately 10 tries to upgrade the firmware it worked. The thing I did differently the last time is I made sure the touch screen backlight was on and illuminated. Even though the machine was on before, the display light had turned off. There are lots of great reviews on this battery, all good. I like this simple design and new features. This new technology is safer than the old stuff, hopefully. I posted this information just to give you some info so you know whether or not you want to take a risk upgrading the firmware because if it doesn't work you will have problems.
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Title: 満足
Content: キャンピングカーで使いたくて購入。出力容量ともに満足
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Title: Works great
Content: I have been using this every day for close to a year. I charge it with a 200 watt renogy solar suitcase. I operate a 12v iceco fridge/freezer, Starlink system on 120, Charge a laptop and phones. With decent sun 200 watts of solar is good. Some days I hook up a second solar suitcase for 400 watts. It is kind of heavy. I have used an instapot and a Blendtec blender on 120 no problem. Simple controls and operation. The bluetooth app is handy.
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  • [Powerful Beast] - AC200MAX power station comes with amazing 2048Wh LFP cells and a 2200W inverter, making it a safe and reliable power center on the way or off-the-grid.
  • [Expandable Capacity] - AC200MAX supports 2 BLUETTI B300(3072Wh) for a whopping 8192Wh or 2 B230(2048Wh) for 6144Wh, enough to juice up all hungry devices.
  • [Super Fast Charging] - AC200MAX supports dual charging, which takes up to 900W solar and 500W AC input. Recharged by 3 PV200 solar panels, you can feed it up in less than 5 hours.
  • [16 Ports for All Needs] - Besides AC/USB/Car port/100W PD, the NEMA TT-30 and 12V/30A DC port are perfect for RV dwellers and DIYers, while the wireless chargers bring you ultra convenience.
  • [What You Get] - BLUETTI AC200MAX portable power station, 500W AC adapter, solar/car charging cable, XT90-aviation cable, user manual, 48-month warranty, and friendly local customer service.
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