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Would be nice if they offer a 220V model for the others too.
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.
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.
Definitely seconding this one. The dual inputs to the poweecore are crucial.