Bluetti EB180 Portable Power Station User Manual
Download User Manual for Shenzhen PowerOak Newener Bluetti EB180 1000W/1800Wh Portable Power Station [12 pages 2020 pdf/zip]
Bluetti EB180 Portable Power Station | 1000W 1800Wh
Bluetti EB180 Power Station has a large battery capacity of 1800Wh/1000W. It is designed for a backup power supply in power failure at home or for an outdoor off-grid power supply. You can use it to charge various electronic products (such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, cameras, etc.) or power various electric appliances with rated power under 1000W (such as household appliances like LED light, TV, mini-fridge, and various electric tools). Be aware of the potential danger, confront critical circumstances, the sustainable power supply could save a life.
Please read this manual before use and follow its guidance. Keep this manual for future reference.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
– Product Overview
– LCD Display
– Safety warning
– Storage and maintenance
– Off-grid power storage system
– Operation guidance
– How to use the product: Turning on/off the product. AC/DC output. PV charge activation.
– How to charge the product: Charge with solar power. Charge with AC power.
– Cold Weather
– Intelligent Cooling Control
– Frequency Setting
– Troubleshooting: Error / Problem / Solution
– Technical Specifications
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions):
Q1: How to check charging status?
A1: The battery icon indicates the battery level of this product. The battery level is displayed in 5 segments. When battery is being charged, the icon would flash. When the battery is fully charged, the icon would stop flashing and all 5 segments will be filled.
Q2: Can this product be used to charge my electronic devices?
A2: You need to check the power at each output port. For example, the power at AC outputnport is provided by the built-in inverter of the product, whose maximum continuous output power is 1000W. This means that it is only suitable for electronic device whose required power is no more than 1000W.
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