Power your life on the go with this powerful and portable 137.5Ah LiPO4 power bank.
This packs a huge amount of juice into a portable, rugged package - ideal for powering your campsite for a weekend, this is a genuine small generator replacement for a huge range of applications, whether working on the go or as an emergency power source. No noise or fumes, just stable efficient power supply.
Upgraded LiPO4 (low-temperature lithium iron phosphate) batteries give lower temperatures, faster charging and longer life than traditional lithium-ion batteries.
With a peak power output of 3000W (1500W continuous) and a comprehensive range of outputs, you’ll always have reliable pure sine wave power ready to go - which you can monitor using the built in LCD display.
The sleek anodised aluminium casing is built to handle life on the go while the 16kg weight means you won’t think twice about taking it with you. Charge it from the wall or you can integrate it into a solar charging setup, it’ll be ready when you are.
Note: this power station comes with AUS/NZ 230V AC outlets.
• Powerful, portable 137.5Ah power station)
• NEW - upgraded LiPO4 batteries
• Silent, efficient sine wave power
• AC & solar charging mode
• AC, DC, USB, C-TYPE & Car outlet ports
• Built in LCD display
• Short circuit, over current, over voltage, under voltage, overload & overheat protection
• 1 Year Hyundai Warranty
Capacity: 137.5Ah (11.1V)
Peak power: 3000W
Outputs: DC - 4 x USB (5V/2.1A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A), 1 x C-TYPE (5V/2.1A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A), 2 x DC (12V/5A), 1 x car cigarette (12V/10A)
Outputs: AC - 2 x pure sine wave 230V AUS/NZ plug
Charging: Wall 230V 50Hz or Solar 5-24V DC5521 connector (3A max)
Dimensions: L 430mm x W 188mm x H 230mm
Product code: HPS-1600
It takes around 7 hours to fully charge from 0% from a powerpoint. Both AC and DC can be used while charging from the mains.
Great product. I bought this to add power to our off-grid glamping site. It's easy to use and currently powering to strings of lights, a water pump, and a gas heating unit. I'll be adding solar to it at some point. It's possible to plug into mains power to recharge, but it is heavy to carry.
This is a very good unit with a complete range of options for camping and emergency electricity supplies. Easy to use and good capacity to cover most small operational needs. This is the second unit that I have purchased. My son took the first one!!
These are really useful
Very Large capacity, works well.
Great unit with lots of grunt, looking forward to running my cpac from it.
Purchased this to use in my campervan, Quality piece of kit. Wish there was more info about setting it up to charge from solar panels and vehicle engine on the web. Just need the 2 cables - 1. that converts the M&F MC4 connectors from the solar panel to the DC5521 male connector to plug into the back of the power station to charge charge it from the solar panel. 2. cable for cigarette 12volt socket to DC5521 male plug So it can be charged from the vehicle engine while driving.
Awesome unit I would recommend it to anyone. For the dc5521 adaptor Jaycar do sell them here in NZ for $30 but they call them a Brass Monkey Solar Input Adaptor Lead from DC (Solar) to Anderson 50A.
An absolute excellent product. When I got the generator I hooked it immediately into the battery of my car and solar panels. You dont need a MPTT or PMW controller or another battery and or inverter, but you still can, it won't constrict your usage of the product at all. Catch is you need to get a DC5521 adaptor shipped in from china through Aliexpress or Hyundai power station dealership in Japan. No way getting around it, NZ don't stock it. In my opinion that should come with the packaging. You paid a lot for it. Not even Jaycar stock the DC5521. I bought 4 of them from Ali Express. However, I give you 10 out of 10. Good work. I must admit I took a chance buying it. I now dont regret the huge expense. You can even run it down to 5% and still recharge it to full capacity. Can't do that using deep recycled batteries. I use a second battery to hook it into the car battery to avoid over charging or discharging the power station. My recommendation about discharging your battery to avoid spark explosions on car battery before hooking up your power station to it is to use a 3amp resistor to discharge the battery before hooking it up. Dare yourself to take a chance. I ran a microwave off it 20 minutes no problem and a fridge. Oh yes the cigarette lighter, its marvellous when you need a lighter.
Yes I'd recommend this to anyone. Getting solar in it, using a 2200w converter, hooking it up to the battery in car and powering the solar power generator station with both sun and diesel engine of car battery. I also got ac/dc hook up in campervan that can power up the solar generator. Make sure you got a DC5521 adaptor to plug into your generator solar cable, you order that on the internet for this contraption to work if hooking up into the solar grid.