Portable Power Station

Portable Power Stations are ideal and portable (emergency) power supplies for indoors and outdoors or for outdoor activities, so you can continue to use your electronic devices at any time. The unique features of a Power Station are the different outputs, from USB-(C), 12V to 230V AC, and the possibility to charge a Power Station in several ways. You can charge a Power Station in combination with an AC adapter, a 12V car charger, or solar panels. If you combine the Power Station with a solar module, you have a self-sufficient energy system.

Portable power stations come in different shapes and sizes that allow for different applications. We have power stations in our range with a battery capacity of 200 Wh to 25 kWh. This large capacity is possible because you can expand some power stations with additional modules/batteries. This results in solutions in which (parts of) your house can be supplied with energy. Together with the integrated UPS function, these power stations can also be used as a portable home batteries during power outages.

Almost all Portable Power Stations in our range can power devices in off-grid situations, however not all Power Stations in our range can be used as portable home batteries.

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Portable power station – always and everywhere supplied with energy

Whether in the garden, hiking, or camping – having electricity with you to operate electrical devices is extremely practical. USB power banks are a clever solution here for quickly charging your mobile phone. However, when there is a higher power requirement for the operation of large consumers with a classic 110 to 230-volt plug, power banks quickly reach their limits.

However, portable power stations with a strong battery, which can be easily charged using solar chargers, among other things, easily fill this gap. At akkuman.de you will also find the right portable storage solution including suitable solar modules. Click through now and never be left without electricity again.

Portable Power Station – What is it actually?

At its core, a Portable Power Station is a portable lithium battery pack. Unlike a classic power bank, both the storage capacity and the energy that can be delivered for connected devices are significantly higher. Another big difference, however, is the structure around the battery core. First and foremost is the robust housing, which easily withstands knocks.

Many models are even protected against dust and splash water. The highlight, however, is the integrated electronics. In addition to an inverter, this also includes connections for various devices, ranging from a 12V connection and various USB connections to one or even more 110 to 230V mains plugs. Some devices, such as the EcoFlow River model, also have an integrated solar charge controller for grid-independent charging via a solar panel.

With such models, fully self-sufficient charging and use in off-grid mode are possible. Particularly high-quality devices such as the EcoFlow Delta Max 2000 model even have WLAN support and LED displays that show all sorts of important information. Also typical is a carrying handle for easy transport.

Areas of application for portable power stations

The portable power station is an enormously versatile device with numerous areas of application. It is used wherever there is no main power connection or a connection would be too expensive.

As a universal power storage device with a number of connection options from 12V via USB A and USB C to 110 to 230 V mains voltage, the small power packs are particularly popular when camping. When camping, they can light up every tent and provide music via the connected smart speaker or serve as an alternative in caravans and mobile homes.

But the devices are also ideal for celebrations at barbecue huts without a power connection, for mobile charging of drones, or for operating electrical tools on spacious garden plots.

A power station such as the EcoFlow RIVER mini model is also practical for working with the notebook in the countryside. But travelers who need to operate medical equipment benefit from such a battery solution with the option of charging via solar modules.

How big does my portable power station have to be?

The optimum capacity that a Portable Power Station needs to have, e.g. for camping, depends on the expected power requirements. To make the selection easier, we use a model like the EcoFlow River MAX Portable Power Station with 576 Wh as a basis for calculation. This capacity is approximate:

  • Charge a smartphone 60 times
  • Charge a notebook 8x
  • Running a small camping fridge for about 35 hours
  • Approx. 10 hours of watching TV on a 40″ flat screen

Portable Power Stations for every application at SolarShopUS.com

Anyone looking for a portable power station will definitely find what they are looking for in the SolarShopUS.com online shop. The selection ranges from small compact devices such as the Jackery EXPLORER with 240 Wh to all-purpose models such as the EcoFlow River MAX with 576 Wh to devices such as the EcoFlow Delta Max 2000 with over 2,000-watt hours for the operation of demanding devices and machines.

Particularly practical: Depending on the area of ​​application, you can also buy your power station as a set including the appropriate solar modules for off-grid charging and thus save money in two ways. Already have a device at home?

No problem: In our shop, you can also get suitable solar modules for retrofitting on their own. With the help of inexpensive solar modules, the power station with a solar charge controller can be converted into a self-sufficient small power station with a battery for camping or in the garden in no time at all.

This is how charging via cable works

The Portable Power Station gets the energy it needs to fill the battery in a number of ways. The easiest way to do this is with a cable directly from the power grid or with a 12V connection directly via the vehicle. The procedure for loading is largely identical and follows the same steps. Simply plug the empty energy storage device into the socket or 12V socket in the vehicle and wait for the charging process.

How long this lasts depends primarily on the capacity of the power station. The larger the built-in battery, the more time it takes to charge. For a 500 Wh device, the charging process takes about 8 to 9 hours. Charging at home is therefore just as easy as charging while driving on the way to the next destination. Particularly practical: Consumers can be operated simultaneously during the charging process.

Charging the power station via solar modules

Solar modules are particularly useful when camping. Solar modules promise maximum self-sufficiency. This means that the camper does not have to be constantly plugged in, so you can enjoy the comfort of a coffee machine, notebook, and awning lighting even on pitches far away from the main power supply. You can get adapted solar charging modules in different sizes to match models with an integrated solar charge controller.

The larger the area of ​​the solar charging module, the faster the Portable Power Station is charged. However, the solar charging modules must match the charge controller. The principle works very simply: Plug in the charging module and position it in a sunny place – the battery is already charging. Many power stations can even be mounted on the roof for charging while driving when camping.

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