Sungzu Lithium Battery 1000W Portable Power Station
A perfect portable power station makes you out of power outage anxiety.
Ideal power supply for home and outdoor battery backup or emergency,
which works for almost all the electric device less than 1000W such as
smart phone, laptop, Camera, light, TV, fan, drone, CPAP, power bank,
mini refrigerator etc. No worry for the power outage once you get this
portable power station.
• High capacity power station: 1010Wh(273,000mAh/3.7V),
much bigger capacity to provide more and longer power supply. Equipped with:
2*AC outlets (220V 4.55A 50Hz/110V 9.1A 60Hz),
2* DC ports (12V/8A max),
4*USB ports (5V 3A max),
OLED screen with display charging/discharging and battery life status.
Perfect for home and shop battery backup, outdoor activities, medical equipment,
construction site etc.
• Easy to recharge via the solar and wall socket: This portable
generator is equipped with a lithium battery pack. It can be recharged directly
though the wall socket or a solar panel (sold separately). Full charged takes
only 5.5~7hrs by wall socket, takes around 8hrs by 200W and 14hrs by 100W solar
panel at normal sun illumination. Clean power, more eco-friendly than the
traditional generators, Fuel-free and Gasoline-free, No smoke, No noise.
• Safety and warranty: SKA1000 is certified with CE RoHS FCC, which
with perfect safety systems: short circuit protection, over-charge protection,
over-heat protection, over-discharge protection, over-voltage protection.
Return within 30 days hassle-free, 18 months product warranty and lifetime
customer service commitment.
• What you get:
1*1000-watt portable power station,
1*micro USB cable,
1*cigarette lighter line,
1*quick start guide.
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