This is from ng pack. Another 500 watt portable power station so in this box, is still sort of a diagram of what the power station looks like and another diagram for the side looks like theres. Some vents same with the other side on the back here are some samurai specifications, so 34 800 milliamp hours, capacity, 14.8, volts and 515 watt hours, so maximum power output of 500 watts. You have two 12 volt: 5 amp dc output, ports, uh several usb ports, uh 5 volt, 2.4 amp, three of those a qc 3.0 one of those one type c: input, output of power, delivery, uh, 60 watts, and then you have ac output. Of course, 120 volts. So the weights about 5.2 kilograms are about 11 pounds, its fairly small, so heres, a quick look at everything comes in the box, so it looks like the power station is in some sort of a carrying pouch. Well, take a look at this here. It comes with a carrying strap and you have some hooks here on the side, so if its a shoulder strap. Basically, if you want to carry it on your shoulder, got a users manual got a cigarette lighter adapter for charging the power station inside your car. Then you have an ac power supply for charging it inside your house, and this one is a 19 volt, 3.78 amp chargers, so theyre saying about four to five hours: uh: zero to empty uh charging uh, basically inside the house on this ec adapter.

Now you can also connect this up to solar panels with appropriate adapters for the plug here, and they actually dont have those. Yet i dont have anything to show you uh, but it does have a solar charge controller inside, so it is able to charge off of solar panels if youre wondering about that. So the bag slash case that this is in it looks pretty nice its like a cloth material. It looks fairly decent quality lets see here, theres a little door here in the front. Yes looks like you can have access to the front panel here without taking it out of the bag. It looks like the power station is in inside a plastic bag ill take that out, but it looks like you have your appropriate. You know air cooling vents here on the back and on the side, so it looks like youll be able to leave the power station inside the carrying bag. If youre going to be charging it up and using it should have adequate air cooling yeah. So the power station is definitely fairly small and, as you can see, i can hold it with just a few fingers its about 11 pounds, not super heavy for the capacity of 515 watt hours. So you got your vent here on the side left and right also got one in the back and again some specifications here on the back of the power station, nothing much on the bottom, just some rubber feet.

The plastic is like a smooth matte finish, its a slightly uh like off white color and gray color and its its all looks like its all plastic material, pretty decent quality smooth, but a matte finish so just to cover the front panel here, where all the activities Going on here, you have your led light, so this is probably like your standard stuff turn it on yeah, its like different levels, strobe et cetera and off – and you get your main information panel here – input here, 12 volts to 30 volts here on the dc input. Then you have dc up here: cigarette lighter ports for 12 volts there two dc barrel plug outputs at 12 volts. I think these are 55 51s. I believe they have a usb section here, so i think you can turn on these individually. So if you press on dc, you see a little dc on the panel here and turn that off, so you can only have you can just power on what you need power on the usb etc. So in the usb section, youve got type c power. Delivery is 60 watts and both input and outputs. So it looks like if you have a usbc charger, you can charge via the usbc charge, the power station via usbc or obviously we can use the included power adapter for here to charge via the car charging adapter or the ac ac outlet. Adapter. You have a quick charge: 3.

0 port and three 5 volt 2.4 amp usb ports – and you have an ac section here with two ac outlets: 110 volts turn that on and usually a fan turns on there. It goes so fan will turn on here momentarily and i think when you plug in here and then, depending on what the power draw is youll have the inverter, which is a pure sine wave inverter. Well, the fan will kick on to cool that down thats pretty normal all right, so this one ill go ahead and demonstrate the charging up of the power station via the ac, adapter and also the car port adapter, and then well also demonstrate uh this being used As a power source to charge up other stuff and power, other devices uh usb ac, etc, so lets go and do that. Okay, so lets first demonstrate charging of the power station via the ac, adapter and well just plug it in. It should automatically turn on the display, and it shows you the current state of charge. 69, all right so im just going to start plugging a bunch of stuff in here ill start off with a this is a thin and light laptop and im going to charge it to you. The usbc go ahead and turn on the usb section and we can see on the display that it is actually powered on now. And we can see here on the display that the usb type c is lit up its showing that thats active, now 67 state of charge and its drawing about 20 watts to charge up this laptop.

The laptop is not powered on and its giving us an indication on the display here about 15 hours of battery left in the power station. If were just charging this one device so well plug in more stuff here and see what happens so, im going to charge up this mavic mini here and im going to use the quick charge 3.0 because this whole chart. This is like a fast charging device. Okay, so we can see that the mavic mini is charging up now and now were drawing about 44 watts. Just for these two devices and now were down to about seven hours of battery left at 67 percent. All right so im gon na charge up some cameras here. Ive got a uh gopro, hero 10 and im gon na use the five volt 2.4 amp usb port, a usbc cable. So now thats charging up its, probably not going to add too much more power. Just so now were about uh 44 watts, 45 watts 65 on the battery and about six hours left on the power station. Another camera here is an insta360 go to inside its case. Again, we use the 5 volt 2.4 amp usb port and now were jumped up to about 48 watts lets plug in something here on the cigarette lighter dc ports turn this on plug this in Applause im going to use one of these uh drone battery chargers. Here, im going to charge up a 3s battery, so were just charging this up at about 3 amps, nothing too huge, and i see that the power draw is now up to 79 watts and the power on time charging up all this stuff here is about three Hours left thats 63 percent, okay, im going to charge up another drone battery.

This is a mavic air 2 battery, and so this one uses an ac charger. So im going to turn on the ac now plug this. In turn, on the ac section you can see here on the display, it shows everythings active now we have dc usb usb type c and ac and lets go ahead and plug this in alright. So this is charging now two now were up to watts. So you heard the fan kick in and um it turned back off as long as the temperature stays below 40 degrees celsius inside the power station. The fan wont turn on so well see if we can keep drawing more power and get the fan to turn on im going to plug in something else here on the ac so im going to plug in another drone battery charger. This is a toolkit, rc, m6d and im using an ac dc power, adapter plugged in as a isdt, 160 watt, ac adapter and that plugged in on the ac and now up to 133 watts uh, but im not charging anything on it on this charger. So im going to plug in a big battery into this toolkit rc charger uh. This is a 6s 3300 milliamp hour lipo, so lets go ahead and charge this up at a pretty good amount of current here. Well, go up to six amps lets how that see how that goes? Okay, so that jumped up the power drop to 280 watts at 6 amps on the lipo charger, all right, so im going to charge up my cell phone! This is a samsung galaxy.

Note. 20. Ultra and im just going to use the 5 volt 2.4 amp, the last remaining usb port on here, plug that in yes, thats just a regular 5 volt charge here, not adding a whole lot more about 289 watts. Now and ive got pretty much everything maxed out. I think ive got everything. Every single port, except for the two barrel dc barrel, plugs those arent being used, but yeah were drawing almost 300 watts of power and were down to 51 battery on the power station. Okay, so i did unplug a bunch of stuff on here now were down to 46 watts of power jaw. I want to demonstrate a hair dryer. This is one of these devices that can draw more than 500 watts that which is the capacity limit on this power station and thats. When you turn the heat on ive done, ive demonstrated this on other power stations. This will draw up to 1500 watts, but if you just use the the fan only or just the air air blower only, i think its uh somewhat less than 500 watts. Im, not i dont, remember exactly off hand but ill go ahead and demonstrate this, and then, when i do kick the heat on it will uh trigger the over current protection. Thats one of the things thats on here over current protection over temperature protection, overcharge protection over discharge protection, etc, uh very typical of all of these power stations. It has all those lets go ahead and lets uh watch the screen here and look at the numbers as to what happens when i turn the hairdryer on youre not going to hear me talk because the hair dryer will be too noisy.

This is level one on the built on the blower 125 watts now were going to level two and were drawing 155 watts. Applause so now were going to level three and were at uh, 207 watts ill drop it back down to level one on the blower. As soon as i kick the heat on, it will trigger the over current protection and there you go it tripped. Interestingly, it actually triggered the circuit breaker here on the hair. Dryer so obviously detected that this port could not provide enough current and actually tripped it, but the other devices like the drone and the laptop are still charging so the power station actually didnt shut off it. Just shot off the uh uh, i guess it doesnt, it didnt provide enough current to the ac port here. Yes, a couple last things here and mentioned about the power station inside are 21 700 lithium ion cells. So a lot of these power stations will typically use 18 650 cells. This is using a larger 700 cells are typically goes into like um electro electronic uh, like electric vehicles, electric cars, so obviously theyre. This is makes the the form factor a little bit smaller and lighter so thats an advantage on this particular power station, but keep in mind you know it is still 515 watt hours of total energy inside here. So if youre drawing up to 500 watts, you have basically about an hour of power on time, if youre drawing that much current.

But as you can see, i plugged in a ton of stuff – and it was, i think it barely got to 200 or 300 watts. So this definitely can charge up. A lot of your gears is that the super high uh current draw items like air conditioners microwaves, that kind of thing youre going to need something a little bit more robust with a bigger inverter inside there. You know those usually draw like 1500 watts, 2000 watts or even higher, especially like air conditioners. So this is not for that use case, but for a lot of these smaller lower current draw devices, laptops, drones, drone batteries, camera batteries, etc. This is going to be great for that, especially if youre you know on the road, not necessarily near an ac outlet. You know camping, outdoors, etc, and you need something to charge up your devices. This is gon na, be perfect for that so thats gon na. Do it for this video? Let me know if you have any questions linked down in the video description. If you found this video helpful, please give it a thumbs up.

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