Portable generators and whole-home generators provide power for outdoor activities or outages due to storms. These generators operate on propane or natural gas. But there’s another option that uses the sun’s energy to store needed power: solar-powered generators.
Solar generators don’t actually generate or produce power the way fossil fuel-powered units do. Instead, solar energy is collected via solar panels and stored in lithium-ion and lead-acid batteries for later use. Like other portable generators, two or more solar generators can be joined, or “chained,” together to increase storage and add power.
Since portable solar power stations don’t require gas to operate, they’re an excellent choice for camping or tailgating, as there’s no need to worry about hauling gas cans to and from your activities. You get free energy from the sun along with a clean and quiet operation with zero emissions. Solar generators also have a longer lifespan than other generators since they have no moving parts.
Wondering about the possibility of having a solar emergency battery backup for homes? Since power is stored in batteries for later use, it’s safe to bring them inside. While their capacity may be limited compared to other larger units, they can work well as a temporary source of energy for TVs and refrigerators. Many units can also be charged from alternating current (AC) household current to be ready for future use.
ALLLWEI 300 portable power station is designed as outdoor activities’/emergency power supply. The small size with big capacity (280Wh/78000mAh) can fulfill your needs in a short trip or be used as a emergency power supply. Multiple output ports (AC, USB, Type-c PD 60W and 12V DC) excellently charge most of your devices, including laptops, phones, tablets, mini fans, mini coolers, drones, LED lights, cameras, CPAP machines, etc. Convenient 4 ways of recharging (solar panel, wall charger, car charger, gas generator) can get juice back easily.