BLUETTI EB70 + PV120 Solar Generator Kit
- Massive 716Wh capacity and 1000W rated wattage
- The ultra-stable LiFePO4 battery chemistry,2500+ life cycles
- 2*230V AC outlets, 2*100W PD ports, 2*5V/3A USB-A ports, 2*regulated 12V/10A DC outputs, 1*12V/10A car port,1*15W wireless charging pad.
- With max input of 200W, this power station can be fully recharged in 3-4 hrs with solar panels (OCV 12-28V, 200W)
- It can also get fully recharged from an AC wall outlet in 3-4 hrs or a 12V car port in 7-8 hrs.
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Power All Loads For The Road
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Bought EB70 + 120W Solar Panel Kit during Black Friday sale. Didn't receive solar panel yet but EB70 is already on my hands and I'm fairly satisfied with it. It is OK for my needs which is to power up Wi-Fi router, laptop, TV, refrigerator and charge my phone.
- Good value for money;
- LiFePo Batteries;
- Build quality (good plastic, size, ergonomics, etc);
- Display is not informative enough. Battery indicator has 20% steps and no time until full discharge under current consumption is shown;
- Unpleasant plastic smell during charge and discharge, which will hopefully go away after a few cycles;
- A giant power adapter with its own cooling fan which never stops working. Even when there is no charging happening. Really annoying.
Not the most powerful device but delivers what I expected. Handy when camping but may also come in handy at home as a backup power solution for if it is needed this winter...
Batterie très silencieuse en fonctionnement. Dommage que son chargeur secteur soit lui très bruyant
Bought this for my camper van. Delivered to sweden within a week. Tried it last weekend and it's great. Charged up quickly both from car and solar. Little anoyed the info panel turns of so quickly 😉 I want to see how many Watts I get from the solar. Other than that, no complaints so far.
Gli articoli che mi sono arrivati sono molto validi, silenziosi nel ricaricarsi. I pannelli funzionano solo con il sole.
Q1: Can it charge and discharge at the same time?
Q2: How do I know whether my appliance can work well with the EB70?
Calculate the total wattage of your devices. EB70 should work if the load doesn't exceed its rated 1000W.
Q3: How long can it run my device?
Running time = Battery capacity × DoD × η ÷ Device rated power DoD refers to Depth of Discharge and η is local inverter efficiency.
For EB70, both DoD and η are 90%. If you run a 500W blender with it, the running time will be:
716Wh × 90% × 90% ÷ 500W ≈ 1.2hrs
1) The formula is NOT suitable for inductive loads with compressors, like refrigerator, air conditioner, etc.
2) The above data is for reference ONLY.
Q4: What is the maximum input charging power of the BLUETTI EB70?
Q5: What kind of solar panels should I choose for EB70?
PV input requirements for EB70:
Open Circuit Voltage: 12-28V
Input Power: 200W Max.
Include MC4 connectors.
Highly Recommended: 1x BLUETTI PV120: ≈6.5hrs*. 1x BLUETTI PV200: ≈4hrs*.
* For reference ONLY.
Q6: Can I use or charge EB70 in sub-zero temperatures?
Temperature ranges for EB70 are:
Charge: 0-40℃ (32-104℉);
Discharge: -20-40℃ (-4-104℉);
Storage: -20-40℃ (-4-104℉).
Technically, it can power electrical devices under such situations, but please avoid charging it.
Q7: Does EB70 support BLUETTI App control?
Q8: Can it be laid on its side to save space?
No. Long-term placement will make the internal structure loose, it is recommended to place the machine upright
Q9: Can I expand its capacity by connecting with B230/B300 battery?
Q10: Is the solar charge controller mode MPPT or PWM?