Powerhouse 200 soon to be avai6

Ankers 200 powerhouse is available soon on Amazon, click the pic. Release is coming

  • The Anker Advantage: Join the 30 million+ powered by our leading technology.
  • Universal Compatibility: Pump out the power for mobile devices, emergency equipment, computers, and small appliances.
  • Hours of Power: Charge a MacBook Pro over 5 times, a phone over 12, or even run small appliances like mini-fridges for over 4 hours.
  • Recharge Your Way: Replenish PowerHouse’s capacity via a USB-C Power Delivery car or wall charger, or an AC power adapter. Compatible with PowerPort Solar chargers (sold separately).
  • What You Get: PowerHouse 200, AC adapter, power cable, welcome guide, our worry-free 18-month warranty, and friendly customer service.

Would be nice if they offer a 220V model for the others too. :grin:

How heavy is that thing?

When this was announced over a year ago the weight was “under 7lbs”

It now says 5LBs and 6Lbs

So must be shipped with a Helium balloon? About 14 cuft by my calculations

Now remember that this is a 200Wh of energy, so that is same energy as 2 26800mAh Powercore. You can get 30W out of a 26800, this although double the energy is still the same 30W output. So its no faster for PD. It’s uniqueness is the AC output.

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Yes. Genius.

So this is an absolutely genius product which makes solar energy for your home available -
because: if you load it with suitable solar panels, you have free energy !

I hope the 230 VAC version is available soon !

As a technical freak, I would use it really for my home as a buffer for solar energy. Power for light, audio equipment, even TV ! Only the big ones in kitchen use line.

I doubt this is pass-thru. So doubt you can leave solar connected to it and draw power from it. You’d connect solar to it to recharge, then when you connected output I expect it would stop taking in the solar energy.

My preference here would be to focus on the electronics to take and DC in and make any DC out, so a varying voltage from solar would be more useful and efficient and do not need the power loss of DC to AC. Such a device would not need 230VAC for devices which simple convert AC back to DC anyway, no you’d use a set of different shaped cable tip ends to cover a range of devices.

Also if this is for home use, so not portable, why would you pay the $ premium for portability?

Currently the Anker ecosystem which comes closest to what you asked for is say @ryandhazen setup with the dual-in Powercore connected to dual output Solar 21W. I have a similar setup.

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Definitely seconding this one. The dual inputs to the poweecore are crucial.

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