Anker 555 PowerHouse 1024Wh Portable Power Station A1760 User Manual
Download User Manual for Anker 555 PowerHouse 1024Wh Portable Power Station Model: A1760 [24 pages 51005003353 V03 2022 pdf/zip]
Anker 555 Portable Power Station (PowerHouse 1024Wh)
Product Number: A1760
6x Longer Lifespan: Premium LPF (LiFePO4) batteries extend the lifespan by 6x more than standard lithium-ion batteries, so you’ll always have plenty of power to conquer any outdoor adventure.
Unprecedented 10-Year Lifespan: Instead of 2 years, 555 Portable Power Station lets you power your devices everyday for 10 years.
Designed for the Outdoors: A 200W solar input with 45% higher solar charging efficiency, unibody drop-proof structure, and 3 high-speed charging USB-C ports with a 100W max output make this the longest-lasting power station you’ll ever own.
Ultra-Powerful and Versatile: With a 1024Wh capacity and 1000 wattage, this PowerHouse is an ideal solution to power all your essential devices and appliances such as an electric grill, coffee maker, and more.
555 PowerHouse is equipped with 6 AC ports, 3 high-speed USB-C ports (1x 100W, 2x 60W), 2 USB-A ports, and a car outlet.
USER MANUAL in English (EN) and Japanese (JA) languages.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
– What’s in the Box
– Overview: Output Ports, Input Ports.
– Recharging Your Product: DC recharging (200W Max). Solar panel recharging (200W Max). USB-C recharging (100W). Car recharging (120W Max).
– Powering Your Devices: AC charging. USB charging. Car socket charging.
– Power Saving Mode
– Light: Ambient light. SOS mode.
– LCD Screen Guide
– Trouble Shooting: AC charging failure.
– Important Safety Instructions
– Storage and Maintenance instructions
– Why does the Anker 555’s battery drain even when no devices are connected?
– What’s the max power output of the AC output ports?
– Can I recharge Anker 555 while charging connected devices?
– Can Anker 555 power a CPAP machine?
– What kind of solar charger can charge Anker 555?
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