BLUETTI Portable Power Station EB70, 716Wh LiFePO4 Battery Backup w/ 2 1000W AC Outlets (1,400W Peak), 100W Type-C, Solar Generator for Road Trip, Off-grid, Power Outage (Solar Panel Optional)

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BLUETTI Portable Power Station EB70, 716Wh LiFePO4 Battery Backup w/ 2 1000W AC Outlets (1,400W Peak), 100W Type-C, Solar Generator for Road Trip, Off-grid, Power Outage (Solar Panel Optional)

BLUETTI Portable Power Station EB70, 716Wh LiFePO4 Battery Backup w/ 2 1000W AC Outlets (1,400W Peak), 100W Type-C, Solar Generator for Road Trip, Off-grid, Power Outage (Solar Panel Optional)

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It has four AC receptacles, a cig light plug in (12 volt), only 2 USB ports, 2 A60 watt power deliver UBC C ports and 2- 5.5 mm 12 volt ports. that offer many options for transferring power! Personally I wish it has two more USB ports. Seems they are used more for charging iPad, phones, etc. 2 is not enough. As with any power bank, there are two limitations on how much power you can use. First, there’s the total battery capacity, which we just discussed. Secondly, there’s the total maximum wattage at any given time. In the EB70’s case, that number is 700 watts. No matter how full the battery is, you can never draw more than 700 watts at a time. If you do, the on-board safety system will automatically shut off the power station to prevent damage. This is perhaps the EB70’s most limiting factor. For example, we just mentioned the example of a microwave. But a 700-watt microwave is a very small microwave. If you’re using even a mid-sized model, you won’t be able to power it with the EB70. I found that setting up the legs on one side of the panel caused the other side of the panel to collapse and it was a bit of an iterative process to get all legs extended and the panel up at the angle I wanted. I think this is because the panel is so long at 2m 26cm, and I kept feeling that using two 100W panels separately might be easier. PV200 Current-Carrying Cable

It's got two USB-C ports. In today's world, where (thankfully) USB-C is more and more common, this is a plus. Bluetti has wisely included one C port on every other unit I own, but two is better. The EB70 also has a ECO MODE that will shut the unit off if it’s left on for four hours with nothing hooked up to it. Can turn it on or off! The EB70’s internal battery has a capacity of 716 watt-hours. This works out to 142,300mAh at five volts, or a still-robust 5,977mAh at 120 volts. To put it in more concrete terms, a fully-charged power bank can charge a new iPhone up to 60 times. It can also power a TV for up to six hours. You can even run small kitchen appliances, although those will chew through your battery a bit faster. Still, you can run a microwave several times before you run out of juice. The Bluetti EB70 is a power station with exceptionally good hardware which is very slightly let down by a display that keeps turning off when you just want it to stay on. I can’t for the life of me imagine who made that design decision. However you may consider this a minor issue when you consider the features and performance on offer here. Additionally, there are two 100-watt USB-C PD 3.0 ports. These are the ports you could use to electronic devices such as your laptop or smart phone.

Currently I'm testing the EB70 with my travel CPAP, a Transcend 3 Auto CPAP. It has no humidifier or heated hose. My Dreamstation uses around 12 watts per hour in similar status. The Transcend 3 averages 4. This was tested on the inverter as I haven't yet bought the 12v adapter. The 4 watt measurement comes from my Killawatt meter.

I hooked up two 100 watt renogy panels in parallel and it charges at 140 watts. But if you buy the SP200 panels it will get closer to the 200 watt max charging.On top of the EB70 is a folding carry handle and also a wireless charging pad which supplies about 10W to a phone for wireless charging. I found this to be useful to bung your phone onto at night, but wireless charging is too slow generally in my opinion – I’m impatient! Storage Capacity and Power But with upgraded long-lasting LFP battery chemistry at its core, you can charge and empty River 2 over 3000 times. That’s pretty much 10 years of everyday use* and 6x longer than the industry average. A. Working time = Working time (estimation) = (716Wh*0.85) / operating power of your device. Please note that the actual working time may vary under different environments. At just 9.7KG the Bluetti EB70 is light enough to take anywhere you want to go. The fold up space saving handle make carrying and storing a breeze especially if space is limited on a trip or in your cupboard. What’s In the Box? Build quality is superb. I prefer the aluminum case on the EB150/240, but that would add weight to a unit that is meant to be easily portable.

I tested the PV200 + EB70 solar generator kit at two times of day in the peak of summer. At 8pm at night, it was still light outside, but no direct sunlight – the EB70 registered no input power, even though the battery indicator was flashing.

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output ports are sure to meet your needs for charging different devices simultaneously. A 15-watt wireless charging pad at the top greatly facilitates the charging of cellphone. From mini-refrigerators to LED lights, it is a great storage option for camping and emergency use. Designed For Life On-the-go I tested the EB70 on the 12 volt side. It's a fair bet with any of these power stations that the 12v circuits will make the most of the available watthours. For instance, I've tested my CPAP with the house current inverter on the AC200P, and the 12v side was 25% better. The elegant Bluetti EB70 with its convenient foldable handle design is among the most compact powerstations to break into the 700W range market. Note: The actual charging time depends on the weather, solar condition, and the angle of the solar panels. Note: For some devices with motor/compressor built inside, the instant start-up power maybe 2-4 times more than the rated power, which may exceed the upper limit of the EB70.

Additionally, LiFePO4 batteries weigh less than half of a lead-acid battery of similar capacity, so no more lugging your Bluetti solar generator around. The EB70 is super light and portable. 3. Bluetti EB70 Recharge Options Both models are designed to be compact and portable, featuring a built in handle, allowing for easy transportation and use in different environments. Portability and Design: Flashlight – a useful LED torch is included on the EB70. This can light a tent up reasonably well and will also flash an SOS signal in an emergency. On the front of the EB70, you’ll see a bright LCD display that keeps you posted on the current status. This display is quite detailed, with a separate percentage bar for each of the five battery cells. You’ll also be able to view both the current rate of power input and the rate of output. If you’re using pass-through charging, you’ll be able to see if the balance of voltage is positive or negative.

I love that Bluetti have given such a generous length of cable. It means you can situate the solar panels where the sun is and still keep the EB70 close to where you want it to be – perhaps in your tent or campervan. PV200 with the EB70 for Solar Charging Bluetti Generator EB70, AC Adapter & Cable, Car Charging Cable, Solar Charging Cable (DC7909 Male to MC4, Warranty Card, User Manual FAQ The four AC outlets to the right are standard 120-volt outlets. That said, remember that the bottom two aren’t grounded, which limits the devices you can plug in. Last but not least, the top of the housing sports a wireless charging pad. This is normally the slowest charging method, but can also be the most convenient.



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