Renogy PHOENIX 300 Power Station R300PHX User Guide
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Renogy PHOENIX 300 Power Station 200W (350W Surge) 337Wh Lithium-ion
Boasting a 337Wh capacity, Renogy PHOENIX 300 Power Station is one of the smallest and lightest rechargeable AC portable generator in its class. Thanks to the high energy density battery cells and compact design, the phoenix 300 can power a wide range of devices with eight different charging ports, including a fast-charging 60W USB-C Power Delivery, multiple USB-A ports, D-tap, and two 120V AC ports.
Please read the User Guide carefully before recharging or operating your Phoenix 300.
USER GUIDE in English (EN), Chinese (CN), Spanish (ES), French (FR) and Japanese (JA) languages.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
– Important Safety Instructions
– Package Contents
– Product Overview
– Battery Level LED Indicators
– Recharging Your Phoenix 300. Recharge Time. Recharging via Solar. Recharging via AC/DC Adapter. Recharging via USB-C PD Wall Charger.
– Operating Your Phoenix 300. Operation Time. Powering Your Devices. Compatible Devices. Using the LED Flashlight.
– Troubleshooting (LED Indicators / Possible Causes / Solution):
All Battery Level LED Indicators flash twice per second;
All Battery Level LED Indicators and Port Status LED Indicators flash twice per second;
The last Battery Level LED Indicator flashes twice per second and the unit gets shut off afterwards;
All Battery Level LED Indicators and the Port Status LED Indicator of USB-A Ports and QC USB-A Port flash twice per second;
All Battery Level LED Indicators and the Port Status LED Indicator of D-Tap Port and CIG Port flash twice per second;
All Battery Level LED Indicators and the Port Status LED Indicator of USB-C PD Port flash twice per second;
All Battery Level LED Indicators and the Port Status LED Indicator of AC Outlets flash twice per second;
All Battery Level LED Indicators and the Port Status LED Indicators of all operating output ports flash twice per second.
– Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Why doesn’t my PHOENIX 300 power other devices?
A: First, make sure the output ports have been turned on by pressing the corresponding Port On/Off Buttons. Then, check the battery level of the unit. If the last Battery Level LED Indicator is flashing, please recharge the unit as soon as possible. Finally check if the connected device conforms to the specifications of output ports. If the unit still cant power your devices, see TROUBLESHOOTING or contact us for help. Refer to the last page of User Guide for contac information.
Q: Can I replace the battery pack in my PHOENIX 300?
A: No, the battery pack in PHOENIX 300 is not replaceable. Do not try to dismantle your PHOENIX 300 and replace the battery by yourself. Doing so may cause irreversible damages to the unit and battery explosion.
Q: Is the PHOENIX 300 chainable?
A: No, the PHOENIX 300 cannot be chained with other power stations. If you are looking for a rechargeable AC power supply with larger capacity, please visit our official website or contact us for more options. Refer to the last page of User Guide for contact information.
Q: Is the PHOENIX 300 waterproof?
A: No, the PHOENIX 300 is not waterproof. Please keep the unit away from moisture. Do no submerge the unit in water or operate the unit in the rain. Doing so may cause short-circuits, electric shocks, and fire.
Q: Why doesn’t the battery of PHOENIX 300 last as long as I expect?
A: The battery capacity is rated at 0.2C. When the PHOENIX 300 is powering devices that have high power consumption, the internal resistance of battery will turn more energy into heat and lower battery capacity as a result. When this is the case, you may not get exactly 337Wh of energy.
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