A modular rechargeable system for your home or RV
Have any of you tried living off the grid? It can be in a humble cabin in the middle of nowhere or aboard an RV. Today, people need access to electricity to stay connected. Digital nomads use it for work, while others just want to enjoy creature comforts. EcoFlow’s feeding kits are your best bet.
Unless your remote residence or RV is durable, you’ll likely need professional help to retrofit them accordingly. EcoFlow, on the other hand, claims that those who have a basic idea of how it works and can follow instructions should be able to handle the installation.
Since 2017, the company has been supplying us with portable power stations and more. Power Kits are for people who are looking for a high capacity solution for more than just charging their devices. This modular system allows them to operate medical devices, lighting, kitchen equipment, and more.
You start with the EcoFlow Power Hub. This is where you can connect the other components to form your ideal setup. Depending on the needs of your home or RV, owners can pair it with a single 2kWh or 5kWh battery.
The maximum it can handle is 15 kWh, allowing three 5 kWh batteries to be hooked up. EcoFlow says this suit will last between 14 and 18 hours depending on usage patterns. Don’t forget to take advantage of the free energy from the sun via the optional solar panels.
EcoFlow’s photovoltaic technology can provide up to 4800W to fully charge 15kWh batteries in approximately three hours. For easy recharging, EcoFlow power kits are compatible with generators, alternators, standard wall outlets and more.
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