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Portable Power Stations Offer Convenient Energy Supply
Growatt New Energy Co. sells Portable Power Stations, which are rechargeable-battery-powered generators that provide off-grid electricity through multiple outlets and charging ports.
These power stations use bi-directional inverter technology and can power about 90 percent of outdoor devices and home appliances. Use it camping for your lantern, electric fan, or heater, or at home to power a laptop, electric grill, or coffee maker. The stations are quieter and more environmentally friendly than gas generators.
Unlike solar generators, the portable power station wonít generate electricity continuously. Instead, it works like a battery for storing and discharging energy. Growatt power stations are also lighter than most generators and designed with handles for easy transportation. The power stations have a UPS function, which ensures instant switching to keep equipment running through a power outage. Likewise, it offers power protection to keep appliances functioning in case of power surges.
Each portable power station comes with various outlets for powering numerous devices simultaneously. These include USB C, USB A, USB-A fast charging, car power output, and AC output. They can charge up to 80 percent within an hour through wall charging and in 2 1/2 hours by connecting to Growatt portable solar panels. Car charging is also an option.
The power systemís runtime will depend on the watt hours purchased and the number of devices linked to it. A simple formula will provide an estimate: Operating time (hours) = Wh (watt hours) * 0.85 / the power of your device(s) running. Three options are available: the VITA 550 for $429, the INFINITY 1300 LiFePO4 for $1,049, and the INFINITY 1500 for $1,099. They can be purchased online at the Growatt website or through various retail distributors.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Growatt, Northridge, Calif.


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