I had a power station that was similar size but was unnecessarily heavy and not ideal to carry around to camping trips. This power station has some weight to it but is very manageable, making it a lot more portable. We live in Central Florida and there were hurricane seasons in the past few years. I used the power station to get through all without an issue. We did have some family nearby that experienced a few outage and we were able to assist them with this. As soon as I received it, I charged it per instructions and time recommended. We have used it on a few camping trips to keep all of our devices charged and the station still have 80% of its power left.
The AFERIY Portable Power Station 2000W (4000W max) is an impressive power station that was a great addition to my camping setup, I am planning to use it for my EV charging in the future, but I am still trying to figure it out. It has the ability to be fully charged in just 1.8 hours, which is great to not to be reliable on diesel fuel.
The design of this power station is also noteworthy. It's compact and portable. The unit is housed in a durable metal casing that protects it from impact and weather. I do find it very heavy to carry around, but for battery this big, it should be expected to be this heavy.
In terms of performance, the AFERIY Portable Power Station delivers on its promises. It can power a range of devices, from small electronics like phones and laptops to larger appliances like refrigerators and power tools. The power station also comes with multiple output options, including AC, DC, and USB ports, so you can connect different types of devices.
Overall, the AFERIY Portable Power Station is an excellent investment for anyone who needs reliable and portable power. Whether you're camping in the wilderness, traveling in an RV, or experiencing a power outage at home, this power station can keep your devices and appliances running smoothly. With its fast charging time, solar charging capability, and robust design, the AFERIY Portable Power Station is definitely worth considering.
I have had trouble with power during the winter where a quick outage could shut down my computer and space heater. That was creating a huge hassle for me to restart and make sure my data got recovered. My computer has a 1000 watt power supply and an i9/4090. I was looking at regular UPS systems but those only have one function, a UPS. I found this large battery generator after a few days of searching and decided to give it a go. It gives you 6 outlets and 2000 watts of output power capable. Plugging my computer in and running a benchmark shows it only draws 600 watts, leaving 1400 watts for lights or other things around my home office to have backup power. This also would be great for camping due to the solar inputs and massive capacity. I received this with a 20% SOC and after plugging it into my wall outlet the quick charge feature got me up to 100% in under an hour. The fans do not run until you draw power constantly for a few minuets, and they are pretty quiet. 4 of them keep this unit cool no matter the demand. This also instantly switches from UPS to a backup power source so I have not had any issues with my PC shutting down since adding this to my system. The light and USB ports would be great for camping, but for my use the 6 outlets are all I need. This thing is hefty around 30-40 lbs so I wouldnt say its the best thing for carrying aroudn if you have a small car, but if you have an RV this is a great way to get power without needing a real generator.
Compared to small-capacity portable power stations, I think this 2000W model is worth buying, although it's a little expensive and not so portable.
It uses lithium iron phosphate battery. That ensures high safety, long lifespan, and can provide uninterrupted power supply (UPS).
I've been using it for a while, and by far everything works well.
I'm glad with the large capacity and 2000W output. So it can run almost all the essential household appliances, like microwave, electric cooker, kettle, hair dryer, laptop, cellphone and electric tools. And there's no problem when they're all running at the same time.
You can clearly see the current condition of battery and cooling fan through the LCD screen.
When the station heats up, the fan will work to cool it down without making noise. But when in use, you should leave the air outlet unobstructed so as not to affect heat dissipation.
The product is about 22kg. It's probably hard for women and kids to move, but for men, the weight is acceptable.
For AC output, it supports frequency (50Hz/60Hz) and voltage switchover (100V/110V).
I bought it to charge a portable power station via the cigarette lighter while driving. Works as desired. Want to use the car as a power generator when the power station cannot be charged via solar panel.