It has a capacity of 537 watt-hours (maximum power output is 700 watts), which means it can run a wide range of devices. The math is simple: 537 watt-hours means it can provide 537 watts for an hour, or one watt for 537 hours. Let's see what this means in practice. A typical TV needs 150 watts of power, so you can run the EB55 on your own for about 3.5 hours. An 11-watt LED bulb can last more than 30 hours. Together, these appliances consume about 161 watts, so you can keep them running together for more than three hours. The higher the power, the shorter the charge time.
It has 12 outputs, including four USB-A ports and one USB-C port, which can handle quick charging, and has a wireless charging pad on top, four standard AC plugs, and an on-board DC adapter.
It uses a variety of charging options, including solar and car connectivity, and can combine them to accelerate.
The way it works is simple: you charge up the station and wait until you need it. When the lights went out 700 w is a lot of power charging mobile phones and laptop computers for many times, running lights or appliances as long as the power less than 700 w, the station can deal with it (it can handle the surge, which often occur in your original plug power electronics, 1400 w, but if the limit of more than 700 w for more than a few seconds, it will automatically shut down, To prevent damage).
There are many benefits to having one around the house:
A safe room. Unlike gas generators, you can operate these plants safely indoors. No smoke or other problems. Even if there is a brief blackout. You just need to plug in a few lights and use a power station to charge your equipment.
Portable. Even a small gas generator would weigh nearly twice as much. The device has a carrying handle that can be easily carried from one room to another as needed. This also means they have a wider range of uses than gas-fired generators because they can be carried in non-emergency situations.
Solar energy. The easiest and fastest way to charge a portable power station is to plug it into a wall outlet, but if the power goes out, you can also connect it to the solar panels. It has a 200W input capacity from the solar panel, so you can charge it in about 3 hours from the sun under ideal conditions (bright sun). You can charge your station during the day and power it at night.
Small. These power stations vary in size, but they're usually much smaller than gas generators and easy to store until you need them.