EASIEST Off Grid Power Solution | Bluetti 2400WH Solar Generator



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Today we are looking at the easest off-grid power solution for your cabin, tiny house or RV. The Bluetti EB240 is an awesome solar generator.

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This portable solar power unit can produce 1000 watts of pure sinewave power from its built-in inverter. The power is drawn from a 2400 Watt-hour lithium-ion battery. It also has four USB charging ports and one USB-C charging port along with a 12 volt 9 amp DC outlet. This unit can be charged with standard solar panels using MC for connectors with voltage up to up to 60 volts DC and 10 amps. If you’re looking for an easy way to power your off grid cabin or RV this solar generator may be the solution that you were looking for.

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43 comentários em “EASIEST Off Grid Power Solution | Bluetti 2400WH Solar Generator

  1. Although I had inquired before, the MaxOak Bluetti EB240 Solar Generator 2400Wh / 1000W can not power a refrigerator (about 200W)!!! Only a short time, then the Bluetti switches off the power output. (It sort of appears "Eror"-or something like that-when displaying the power output).
    It cannot power a small water pump and certainly not an immersion heater (1000W)!!!
    The small USB devices all work. But to be honest, you don't need a $2000 device for that!
    Apparently, the technology is not yet as advanced as it is displayed in advertising. I regret the purchase.

  2. When this is charged , can you plug it into a regular house outlet so it will feed power INTO the house and supplement your power usage ? If not , what will ?

  3. I am considering for a small cabin in MT. I could probably run everything with one exception – shower. How do you heat water at your place?

  4. Aether Energy Source for Replacing Big, Dangerous, Smelly, Unhealthy, Expensive Batteries. 

    Excerpts from the book – "Secrets of Cold War Technology" by Gerry Vassilatos (pages 86-93) :

    Mr. Savo reported that in 1931, he participated in an experiment involving etheric power. 
    He was asked to accompany his uncle, Nikola Tesla, on a long train ride to Buffalo.

    Taken into a small garage, Dr. Tesla walked directly to a Pierce Arrow, opened the hood and began making a few adjustments.
    In place of an internal combustion engine, there was an AC motor. From it trailed two very thick cables, 
    which were connected to a terminal in the dashboard. Here, Tesla plugged in a shoe box sized "Black Box". 
    In addition, there was a single ordinary 12-Volt battery.

    Dr. Tesla informed his nephew that the device could not only supply the needs of the car forever, 
    but could also supply the needs of a household "with power to spare".  
    Of the motive source, he referred to "a mysterious radiation, which comes out of the aether"
    and "it is available in limitless quantities".
    – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
    > 50 years ago, famous physicist Richard Feynman said :
    The vacuum of “empty space” appears to be an energy reservoir of immense capacity
    that makes nuclear power seem old fashioned.
    The amount of energy available in one cubic centimeter of the vacuum (ambient space) 
    is much greater than the energy density in an atomic nucleus.

  5. Hi Martin, I'm very impressed, I just wanted you to elaborate on how long this device can hold when there is no power, I know that its a relative question, but for me personally I would like to use it in case we have power outage that's around 5hrs and I want to charge my fibre optic modem, keep lights on and plugs, plugs will be used just to cook, which is around 45 minutes to an hour. And I want to know how much the system cost including the panels

  6. @MartinJohnson re: your fridge-freezer, how many watts per hour does your fridge-freezer pull? i'm trying to figure out for mine. the mfg. doesn't have on file and when i called Bluetti, no one was available to answer that question. thanks for the demonstration.

  7. It can run a refrigerator but for how long before the battery dies? Even if you plug this generator into a wall plug it will take 12 hours to recharge. You're going to need a LOT of solar panels to get even half that charging power. At a 180W pull I'm guessing this battery will die within 24 hours depending on the room temperature and how long the refrigerator will need to be running to achieve 40F.

  8. You need to learn to edit out the chaff. I don't need to see you unbox it. I know about boxes. I watch this type of video a 1.5 speed… my time is worth money. I don't need to know if it will charge the laptop, I know it will.

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