Tenergy T320 Portable Power Station User Guide
Download User Guide for Tenergy T320 Portable Power Station 200W 300Wh LiFePO4 [32 pages 2020 pdf/zip]
Tenergy T320 Portable Power Station | 200W 300Wh LiFePO4
Tenergy’s off-grid portable power station provides 300 watt-hours of power storage. Create a solar power station generator by combining with a 60W solar panel, the built-in MPPT feature enables optimized and infinite clean energy for use anytime/anywhere there is sunlight.
An ideal mobile power source for outdoors adventures or as a backup emergency power, Tenergy’s battery power station is long lasting and provides 5 times the lifespan of typical power stations on available due to the enhanced electrode chemistry.
Great for outdoor camping and RVs, Tenergy’s power station includes various features that make it compact and easy-to use; a large easy-to-read LCD display to see the power station status, a sturdy handle for carrying, built-in LED light for ambient lighting, and cell phone compartment.
Tenergy’s portable power station is powered by Phosphate based chemistry (LiPO4) technology and includes a built-in battery management system that protects against overloading, over discharging, overcharging, overheating, and short circuits.
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USER GUIDE in English (EN) and French (FR) languages.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
– Important safety instructions
– What’s in the box
– Get to know your unit
– 3 ways to recharge: AC adapter, Car charger, 60W solar panel.
– What it powers
– Using your unit
– Powering AC applications
– Powering DC applications
– Using the built-in LED light
– LCD display
– Auto turn-off function
– Manually overriding the auto turn-off function
– Reactivate auto turn off after manual over ride
– Storage and Maintenance
– Technical specifications
– FAQs and Troubleshooting:
Q: Can I use output ports when T320 is charging?
A: Yes you can.
Q: How long will this power station run my device?
A: Runtime hours depend on typical power consumption (how many watt) your application requires. Find the typical power consumption of your device from its manufacturer, and then divide 300 by the typical wattage consumption. For example: Airsense 10 CPAP has a typical power consumption of 53W. 300 / 53 = 5.6 hours. A fully charged T320 can run Airsense 10 CPAP for about 5.6 hours per charge.
Q: What kind of solar panel is compatible?
A: Any solar panel with 5V ~ 24V DC output will provide enough charging voltage to charge your T320 unit via solar. But for significant charging speed, we recommend solar panels of 60W. For example, the Tenergy 60W solar panel.
Q: Why is T320 keep turning itself off in a few minutes when powering my small applications?
A: Most likely caused by the wattage of your application is too low and triggered the auto turn off feature. To keep your low-wattage application running without interrupting. Please manually turn off the auto turn off feature (see page 7).
Q: Why can’t I use it power my coffee maker?
A: Typical coffee maker has power of 800+watts. Which is higher than the 200watt AC output limitation of T320. Same idea for other applications such as air dryer, heater, cooker, or anything excess 200Watts.
Q: It will not stay on even it still has N% left.
A: Using the unit in high temperature locations may make the unit running hot, and has its over temperature protection triggered even when it still has power in it. Do not use this unit under direct sun when the weather is hot, keep it in the shade and keep it well ventilated will help with lowering the temperature.
Q: Is the battery replaceable?
A: The internal battery is not replaceable, but if it’s maintained well, it can be recharged for up to 2000 times. Which provides a very long life span.
Q: Can I keep the unit plugged to AC power?
A: It’s not recommended, as it will slightly reduce the life span of the unit over time, however, if you find it difficult to charge the unit when its power level is low. Or you plan to put it in storage for over a year without charging. Keeping it plugged into the AC power while storing is doable to prevent over discharge.
Q: Can I take the T320 on an airplane?
A: Please call the respective of airline to check before you took it to airport. Inform them it’s a lithium-ion battery of 300 watt-hours, and ask for confirmation on compliance.
Q: “AC!” or “Temperature” icon shows up on the screen, and it’s not working.
A: This can mean one or more of the following issue:
– Over load protection: remove the overloaded application that plugged onto T320, press the power button to reset the unit.
– Short circuit: same as over loading, remove application and press the power button to reset.
– Over heat protection: let the unit cool down a few minutes, then press the power button and see if gets back to normal condition. If not, give it another few minutes.
Q: I tried everything but it’s still not working or not meeting my needs.
A: Please contact our customer service team for further assistance.
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