The Bluetti AC200MAX Expandable Power Station is the most comprehensive, portable power station in our Bluetti range. This AC200MAX power station has outdone itself compared to other power stations. With a higher continuous load of 2200W, a LiFePO4 battery, the option to control the power station via an app and the option to expand with additional batteries, the Bluetti AC200MAX Expandable Power Station is exceptional.
The Bluetti AC200MAX Expandable Power Station has an integrated LiFePO4 battery of 2048 Wh. If the capacity is not sufficient, the capacity can be tripled (6,144Wh) with 2x Bluetti B230 batteries or quadrupled (8,192Wh) with 2x Bluetti B300 batteries. This makes the power station suitable for charging/powering not only smartphones, tablets, laptops, drones, lighting, CPAP equipment, TVs and refrigerators, but also equipment with a higher power. Think of coffee makers, camping kettles, air conditioners and water pumps as examples. In combination with the extra batteries, you therefore have more than enough capacity to meet your energy needs for days at home or on the road.
The Bluetti AC200MAX has different outputs, such as USB-A, USB-C PD (100 W), Wireless charging (15W), 12V - 30A and 4x 230 V outputs. The four 230V outputs are suitable for charging electronic devices with a power of up to 2200 W and 4400 W peak load. The 12V - 30A output is suitable for the caravan, boat or motorhome, where multiple 12V devices can be connected to 1 single input (up to 30A).
Thanks to the advanced solar input, a maximum of 900 Watts of solar panels can be connected. If you also use the supplied mains adapter, you can charge the AC200MAX with 1400 Watt and the AC200Max can be fully charged within 2 hours. This way the charging process is maximized.
With the Bluetti app you'll find all the information about the status of the charging station, the control panel and charging options.
In short, the AC200MAX surpasses other comparable portable power stations, and with it, you always have a reliable and advanced backup at hand.
AC200MAX is the first modular, expandable BLUETTI power station. With two expansion ports, the AC200MAX connects up to two BLUETTI B230(each 2048Wh) or B300(each 3072Wh) battery modules, boosting an up to 8192Wh total capacity.
Equipped with an astonishing 2048Wh ultra-durable LFP cells and a stunning 2,200W pure sine wave inverter, the AC200MAX is formidable enough to power for your large-power consumption domestic appliance such as the refrigerator, air conditioner, electric grill, coffee maker, LED light, CACP, etc. - Sip yourself 68-70 cups of coffee, or power the CACP to offer 40 hrs auxiliary breathing for CACP users in emergency.
The AC200MAX allows dual 500W AC recharging or 900W solar 500W AC recharging at a time, this boosts the total input to a stunning 1400W which can fully recharge your AC200MAX in less than two hours.
What AC200MAX dwarfs over and beats other power station on the market is that it boasts 7 ways to recharge including solar/AC/car port/generator/lead acid battery/dual AC/AC solar.
AC200MAX comes with 4x AC 230V ports to charge large household appliance or electronics under 2200W(surge 4400W); 1x 12V/10A cigarette lighter for car powered devices; 1x 30A NEMA TT-30 outlet and 1x 12V30A super powerful DC outlet for RVs; 2x 12V/10A DC ports for LED lamps, etc; 1x 100w Type-C for fast charging; 2x 18W USB and 2x 5V/3A USB for phones, laptops, etc; and 2x 15W wireless charging pad for those devices with wireless charging chips.
Q1: How many B230 or B300 battery module can be hooked up with the AC200MAX?
A: Up to two B230 or B300, one via the solar input port by a converter cable, and another one via the AC adapter inlet (Require the BLUETTI D050S - DC charging enhancer, sold separately).
Friendly Note: which means that if the total power of your devices exceeds 700W.
Q2: Can the B230 battery module be used alone?
A: Yes. B230 has a 100W USB-C, a USB-A and a 12V DC output ports, the battery module can work flawlessly when standalone.
Q3: What are the charging methods for the BLUETTI B230?
A: B230 can be recharged by:
1. 500W AC adapter (Sold separately)
2. Car cigarette lighter output or solar panels (Require the BLUETTI D050S - DC charging enhancer, sold separately).
Notice: There is only one inlet on the battery module, so it cannot be charged by more than one charge method simultaneously.
Q4: Does AC200MAX support split phase bonding?
Q5: Can AC200MAX be remotely controlled via APP?
A: You can control the AC200MAX via APP or touchscreen. But APP only can be connected via Bluetooth.
Q6: What kind of solar panels should l choose for AC200MAX?
PV input requirements for AC200MAX:
Open Circuit Voltage: 10-145V
Input Power: 900W Max.
Include MC4 connectors.
6x BLUETTI PV120: ≈3.5hrs.
4x BLUETTI PV200: ≈3hrs.
2x BLUETTI PV350: ≈3.5hrs.
* For reference ONLY.
Q7: What are the charging methods for AC200MAX？
1. Wall outlet (AC adapter): MAX.400W, fully recharge in 4.6~5.1hrs.
2. Dual AC Adapters: MAX.800W, fully recharge in 2.5~3.0hrs.
3. Solar Panels: MAX.900W, Open circuit voltage range: 10V~145V; fully recharge in 2.8~3.3hrs. (Doesn’t work with roof solar array with total Voc higher than 145V)
4. Solar Panels & Wall Outlet simultaneously: MAX.1300W (500W from AC adapter, 900W from solar panels), fully recharge in 2~2.5hrs
5. 12V/24V Car Cigarette Lighter
6. 12V/24V lead-acid Battery
7. EV Charging Station (EV adapter sold separately)
9. BLUETTI Wind Turbine (In progress)
Q8: Does AC200MAX have UPS function？
Q9: How do l know whether my appliance can work well with the AC200MAX?
A: Calculate the total wattage of your devices.
AC200MAX should work if the load doesn't exceed its rated 2,200W.
Q10: Is the solar charge controller mode MPPT or PWM?
Q11: Can I use third party solar panel and what conditions need to be met?
A: Yes, you can. The solar array must meet the following conditions:
1. Total open circuit voltage(Voc) falls in the range of 10-145V/MAX.12A, MC4 connectors
Q12: How long can it run my device?
A: Running time = Battery capacity × DoD × η ÷ Device rated power DoD refers to Depth of Discharge and η is local inverter efficiency.
For AC200MAX, both DoD and η are 90%. If you run a 1,000W microwave oven with it, the running time will be:
2,048Wh × 90% × 90% ÷ 1,000W ≈ 1.65hrs
1) The formula is NOT suitable for inductive loads with compressors, like refrigerator, air conditioner, etc.
2) The above data is for reference ONLY.
Q13: What is the maximum input charging power of the BLUETTI AC200MAX?
A: 1,300W Max. Via 400W wall socket and 900W solar panels simultaneously.