Bluetti AC200 - a powerful battery that simultaneously charges 17 gadgets
Bluetti launches its first crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, introducing a 2 kW AC200 battery with a capacity of 1700 WH. With the highest power output among all Bluetti power plants, the AC200 can power almost all household appliances, as well as charge gadgets and even an electric car such as the Tesla Model S (enough for 15 km).
The Bluetti AC200 can simultaneously power and charge up to 17 devices using the following ports and outlets:
- 6 AC outlets
- 2 wireless chargers (15 W each)
- 1 x 60W USB-C PD
- 4 USB-A ports
- 2 x DC 12V / 3A
- 1 car cigarette lighter 12V / 10A
- 1 RV port 12V / 25A
Devices such as laptops, flashlights, smartphones, drones, and televisions can be charged and powered by the AC200 for several hours. But with a rated power of 2 kW, the battery is capable of more serious tasks. According to the manufacturer's tests, it can easily work with voracious devices such as coffee machines, electric kettles, refrigerators, hairdryers, air conditioners, and power tools.
To control this monster, there is a touch-screen LCD display that shows all the parameters in real-time: monitoring voltage, current, power, charging status, temperature, etc.
Bluetti AC200 is equipped with premium LG Chem batteries and offers more than 2500 charging cycles. Along with an advanced BMS controller (battery management system), this mobile power plant provides clean, safe, and high-quality power even better than home outlets. Smart energy-saving mode, such as efficient ECO mode, allows the AC200 to lose 50 percent less electricity than competitors in the market.
The AC200 has built-in coolers that turn on when the system temperature reaches 45°C. The coolers can keep the AC200 running at the required temperature and provide a rated power of 2 kW under any circumstances.
As for charging the battery itself, the Bluetti AC200 can be charged in 5 ways. Using a traditional home AC outlet (takes about 4.5 hours), solar panels (supports panels up to 700w, takes about 3.5 hours in full sunlight), a car's 24 V DC (takes about 8.5 hours), a diesel/gasoline generator, or lead-acid batteries. Charging from a car is especially useful for a long trip to your destination.
Bluetti AC200 for 5 days of crowdfunding raised 190 times more than required – $1.9 million instead of $10,000. Pre-customers can get the device for a price starting from $1200. The price will increase to $1800 at the end of the crowdfunding campaign.