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What devices can be charged/powered by BLUETTI EB70?
A: For EB70, the maximum output power is 700W, so please make sure the total power of your devices doesn't exceed 700W, or the inverter will shut down automatically.
Warm Tips:For some devices with a motor/compressor built inside, the instant start-up power maybe 2-4 times more than the rated power, which may exceed the upper limit of the EB70.
How long will EB70 power my device?
A: Working time (estimation) = 716Wh* 0.85 / operating power of your device. (0.85=Conversion Rate)
Please note that the actual working time may vary under different situations.
What kind of solar panel can charge this EB70?
The solar panel must meet below:
1) Open Circuit Voltage (OCV) between 12V-28V;
2) Equipped with MC4 Connector. If your panel has an Anderson connector, please purchase Anderson to MC4 cable, separately.
1) 1*BLUETTI SP200 (200W), fully recharge from 0-100% in 5-6 hours.
2) 1*BLUETTI SP120 (120W), fully recharge from 0-100% in 7-8 hours.
Warm Tip: The actual charging time depends on the weather, solar condition, and the angle of the solar panels.
Can it charge and discharge simultaneously?
Yes, it can charge and discharge at the same time. Equipped with the premium LiFePO4 battery and the advanced Battery Management System, the EB70 also supports pass-through charging. Just feel free to use it to meet your different needs.
Can it be laid on its side to save space?
No. The internal structure will loose due to long-term placement. So it is recommended to place it upright.
Can I expand its capacity by connecting with B230/B300 battery?
Is the solar charge controller mode MPPT or PWM?
What is the difference between the EB70 and EB70S?
The difference lies in output power; EB70S delivers up to 800W AC power while EB70 provides 700W.
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