Renogy PHOENIX 500 Portable Power Station RPS5080AA User Manual
Download User Manual for Renogy PHOENIX 500 RPS5080AA Portable Power Station 800W (1600W Surge) 495Wh Lithium-ion [30 pages Version A0 2022 pdf/zip]
Renogy PHOENIX 500 Portable Power Station 800W (1600W Surge) 495Wh Lithium-ion
The PHOENIX 500 is just right for everything. Armed with a 495Wh lithium-ion battery pack and an 800W pure sine wave inverter, you’ve got enough power for all your precious moment on the road. PHOENIX 500 can power 8 devices simultaneously while getting itself recharged. The iTurbo technology allows you to recharge the PHOENIX 500 to 80% in just 1-hour. 3 recharging options (AC, solar, and car) allow a quick energy boost even under the worst scenarios.
Style the energy together with your friend on the go with the iStack function; simply connect two PHOENIX 500 power stations with a single-phase parallel kit (sold separately) to double the capacity and AC output simultaneously. The integrated strip lights offer 3 lighting modes for ambient lighting, and DC HOME app allows you to monitor and set the PHOENIX in your way.
The User Manual provides important operation and maintenance instructions for PHOENIX 500 Portable Power Station. Please read the User Manual carefully before operation and save it for future reference.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
– Important Safety Instructions
– Product Overview: Identification of Parts. Package Content.
– LCD Display: Icon – Name – Description
– Turning On/Off.
– DC Home Connection.
– Setting Up.
– Bluetooth Connection
– WiFi Connection.
– Charging. Solar Charging. AC Charging. Car Charging.
– Powering Devices.
– Standby Power Supply (SPS).
– Parallel Connection. Single Phase Parallel.
– Strip Lights Operation
– Timeout Settings
– USB Ports Timeout
– CIG Port/AC Outlets Timeout
– Unit Timeout
– Maintenance. Cleaning. Storage.
– Troubleshooting: Icons – Pattern – Possible Causes – Corrective Steps.
– Specifications: General, Battery, Input, Output
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