2160Wh Large Capacity & 2400W AC Output
TALLPOWER V2400 portable power station has an ultra-large capacity of 2160Wh and 2400W AC output so that it can be used not only for small appliances, but also for large appliances such as microwaves, kota, electric blankets, and car refrigerators.
LiFePO4 Battery & Safe Protection
The built-in battery uses Lithium Iron Phosphate battery (LiFePO4), which has excellent safety and long life, and the battery can be used for approximately 10 years. Equipped with a battery management system (BMS) that monitors and manages internal batteries, it has overcharge, over-discharge, over-voltage, over-current protection, and temperature detection protection.
Adjustable Input Power
The charging efficiency is designed with 5 levels, including 300W, 500W, 700W, 900W, and 1100W. Not only can you adjust and protect your device according to input power, but also avoid damage caused by voltage instability. You can effectively adjust the charging time of the AC charger and flexibly control the time according to your travel or use plan.
13 Output Ports
1 cigarette lighter socket (12V/10A), 1 XT60(12V/25A), 2 DC5521(12V/3A), 2 USB-A (QC3.0), 3 USB-C (PD 20W), 1 USB-C (PD 100W), and 3 AC ports, total 13 output ports. TALLPOWER V2400 portable power supply supports charging 13 devices at the same time.
Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS)
Compared to a standard portable power supply, it is equipped with an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) that usually provides power to devices connected to an AC outlet. When it detects a power outage, it will switch to power from a V2400 built-in battery within 0.08 seconds.
Large LCD Screen for Easy to Use
The front of the main unit is equipped with a large LCD screen that displays various information such as the remaining battery level and wattage of input/output, and charging and discharge remaining time, making it easy to check the usage status. The simple design and easy-to-use LED lights are also great for lighting when camping or night fishing, and can also be used as a warning light in the event of a disaster.