Power Stations

Frequently asked questions

UPS serves as a crucial backup power system that ensures uninterrupted power supply during grid outages or voltage fluctuations. Its key features include:

1) Uninterrupted Power: UPS provides continuous and stable power to critical equipment even in the event of a power outage.
2) Power Filtering: It filters out voltage fluctuations and noise from the grid, delivering cleaner and more stable power to connected devices.
3) Equipment Protection: UPS safeguards connected devices against grid disturbances, voltage spikes, transients, and power failures, enhancing overall equipment protection.
4)Smooth Transition: In case of a power outage, UPS seamlessly switches to battery power, ensuring uninterrupted operation without any disruptions.

In summary, UPS functionality is designed to maintain continuous and reliable operation of critical equipment during power-related issues, offering enhanced equipment protection and reliability.

This can be calculated using the following formula:

Running time ≈ Watt-hours * 0.85 / Operating power of the device

Please check our product specifications to find the watt-hours and power of your power station.

Time ≈ Watt-hours / Input power

No. It is not recommended for customers to disassemble the power station by themselves.

Try not to recharge the battery until it is completely dead, as this is very harmful to the battery. It is recommended to charge the battery when there is still 20%-30% of power left.

Power = Current x Voltage

Full load charging adapter will be hot, the products are UL certified, there is no safety hazard, the temperature is about 65 ℃.

Yes. However, in order to better protect the cycle life of the battery, it is not recommended to charge and discharge the battery at the same time.

When the current of the device being output is 5W-10W and lasts for 8 hours, the output will be automatically turned off.