Jackery Portable Power Station Teardown! – Best charging deal of 2021?







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Jackery has an amazing Christmas Campaign – Give the Gift of Power!
30% off on the Explorer 240 Portable Power Station – and SolarSaga 60 Solar Panel on December 14 Amazon Deal of the Day. The Power station will be only $174.99! Jackery Website:

If you want a large portable powebank in case of an emergency this Jackery Portable Power Station might be just what you need. Emergencies, off grid traveling or camping. This 240w solar powered chargng system is pretty cool. Today we are going to take apart the Jackery 240 and see how it works from the inside. We’ll take a look at the batteries that power the Jackery Explorer.

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30 comentários em “Jackery Portable Power Station Teardown! – Best charging deal of 2021?

  1. I just got one and I was so dissapointed that pretty much all these power stations can only be charged with the DC in port.. I mean who the fuuuuuk has a dc cable on them at all times? I bought this to use with my solar panel that has a USB port but now I can’t even do that. I mean battery banks can be charged via micro usb or usbc ports so why can’t these if they have them? I freaking hate it and it makes these completely obsolete

  2. I might blow my Explorer 300. I want to change or fix it myself. What is the voltage rating of 40A fuse in Explorer 240? Need to buy an alternative.

  3. Sweet. Needed to know if I can use jackery while it's charging from solar panels. Because I want to just hook it up and leave it hooked up to the solar panels all the time. And still use it when I need to

  4. Does this have pass-through ability (e.g. power device while the battery charges from solar)?

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  6. Will this generator help me with my food business. I just need to use it for lights, air fryer and music at the same time? How long will it last with all these equipments in used?

  7. For those comparing the Jakary to a 20,000mAh powerbrick, please keep in mind that those 20,000mAh powerbricks would be 5volts… I believe the Jackary is configured for 14.4 volts…. hence 14.4 x 16.8 = 241.92 Watt Hours… where as 5v x 20 = 100 Watt Hours.

    Even more importantly, Each cell of the Jackary is rated at 1800mA (which is fairly reasonable/realistic) most 20,000 powerbricks consist of 9 cells, which implicitly (when you account for them boosting the 3.6v to 5v) are claiming an individual cell capacity of nearly 3000maH…which is highly unlikely (unreslistic). Most claims of individual cell capacity above 2000maH are ussually over-exaggerated as only very expensive top-tier cells can have anywhere near that capacity in a 18650 format. So most likely those 20,000mAh 5v powerbricks are really only about 10,000mAh in real-world use.

    To be fair though, the Jackary is only going to get 240 watt hours if it us connected to DC, a resistive AC load is going to be significantly less (and an inductive AC load is going to even less that that).

    One last note, depending on how those cells were arranged on the Jackary, when Zack was unscrewing the battery holding plate, if he had dropped the screwdriver, he could have triggered a massive vent-with-flame condition that would have LIKELY cascaded across all 36 cells… That would have very likely caused extremely significant bodily injury to him. SO PLEASE BE EXTREMELY CAREFUL IF YOU EVER ATTEMPT ANYTHING LIKE THIS AND UNDERSTAND THE DANGERS BEFOREHAND.

  8. I just broke the display screen on my 300. Is there any reason I couldn’t buy a new one and connect the “old”(only been drained to 50% about a dozen times) one for twice the capacity? People are always asking Will and Tom if expanding or daisy-chaining is possible and they say “no”, but I’m assuming they mean the feature isn’t built-in. But if one is willing to open it up and exercise their 3rd grade diy electronics skills, then do we get a different answer? Worst-case scenario, I know I could connect the two batteries to the unit with a switch between them and only use one at a time. But I don’t want to damage a new one
    by hooking up both of them at the same time unless someone here can convince me it’s safe.

  9. I’m thinking of using this as a ups since you can use it and charge it at the same time. Looks like it comes with a 35w wall plug so you wouldn’t want to do anything over 30w continues or it will drain the batteries. My wifi router fits that perfectly.

    I wonder the downside of running this at 30w 24hrs a day.

  10. Pretty disappointed that you didn't disassemble the battery pack. Not sure what the point of this video was without that part. Maybe someone can convince AvE to make a video on it. I wanted to know if they were 18650's, what brand they are using, and to verify if they are new or refurbished cells. (You would be surprised how many companies use refurb 18650's). Downvoted for skipping the most important aspect of this teardown.

  11. Was wondering if they had a fuse or some kind of circuit breaker in there. So it's just a computer chip that monitors the amperage?

  12. i am writing this things from my three account in hope that you will read any one. hey Zack i am working on a project and i need your help. you have done the teardown of Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ and s20 ultra and you will di a teardown of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 ultra . so can you just so the real teardown i mean as your teardown skin like in 3D of the s20 ultra, note 10+ and note 20 ultra. i think you understood wgat i want to say. i think you have the photage of the complete teardown of note 10+ s 20 ultra and of note 20 ultra. your help will be very great.heart if you have read it going to do it….

  13. Hello. What kind of screwdriver did you have to use for the little orange side panels? Thanks

  14. Well…not quite. There is no reason to spend money for a 100W solar panel, as you would have discovered when testing it, since it actually won't charge the Jackery 240 any faster. The unit, for whatever reason, has a very slow acceptance rate for a Li-ion battery. It's been the curse of the thing since it was introduced. The Jackery has no idea what your power source available is once it's above just 40 watts or so, even the wall outlet adapter. They're all dismissed equally.

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