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Bluetti AC200MAX test: the perfect domestic relief battery to deal with the power cuts

Thanks to 4 types of Izywatt rescue battery supply (230V socket, USB output, 12V DC socket and 12V cigarette lighter) You can During the power cut, light lamps, operate your oven, Your coffee maker, Your microwave And even more (depending on the power of the izywatt inverter chosen). You can also Maintain your refrigerator or freezer in working order, Put the pellet stove, resume viewing your soap opera, recharge your phone, feed your computer or Relaunch the Internet box ! We thus feel less isolated and more safe.

Focus the power cuts with the Izywatt battery

Each year the power cuts are frequent in winter, the weather conditions are often the cause of the latter. However, The next winter season will be marked by geopolitical upheavals which suggests that these cuts will be more and more frequent and random… Fortunately, Orium has developed a rescue solution: Izywatt solar nomad battery.

Summary :

  1. Power cuts to be expected for this winter
  2. Energy stored in Izywatt batteries
  3. Electricity everywhere, all the time thanks to the Izywatt station
  4. How to choose your emergency battery in the event of a power failure ?
  5. Izywatt battery recommendations in the event of power cuts

Power cuts to be expected for this winter

As you may have understood, the political and economic context could force the French to know power cuts in the coming months. In question, theEDF nuclear reactors stop and the Decrease in gas deliveries by Russia (Linked to the war in Ukraine). As Emmanuel Macron recognized, A load shedding plan could be implemented for companies and probably for individuals. Indeed, the electricity transport network could proceed to Localized cuts (for a maximum of 2 hours) consisting in suspending the current in any region, on the scale of a city or a district. What’s more, climate changes, consumption peaks electric and damaged lines are all additional risks to cause power cuts.

Energy stored in Izywatt nomad batteries

Thanks to 4 types of Izywatt rescue battery supply (230V socket, USB output, 12V DC socket and 12V cigarette lighter) You can During the power cut, light lamps, operate your oven, Your coffee maker, Your microwave And even more (depending on the power of the izywatt inverter chosen). You can also Maintain your refrigerator or freezer in working order, Put the pellet stove, resume viewing your soap opera, recharge your phone, feed your computer or Relaunch the Internet box ! We thus feel less isolated and more safe.

Electricity everywhere and all the time thanks to the Izywatt stations

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Izywatt autonomous batteries are excellent alternatives to generators. Get electricity easily by pressing a button Without installation, odorless or noise. As soon as a power failure occurs at the level of the electricity network, the Izywatt energy station is ready to use (from the moment it has been charged before). Izywatt will be useful not only at home, but thanks to its various advantages also in the office or in enclosed spaces. With its many outings and the possibility of recharging it on the mains or with the energy of the sun, the Izywatt solar energy station is ready in case of unexpected both indoors and outdoors.

When the current is back the station being partly discharged, it is possible to control thanks to thedigital screen, The remaining autonomy. It can then be recharged on 230V sector outlet in order to prepare it for the possibility of a new cut. The Izywatt rescue battery is the solution to provide clean electricity and never to undergo the power cuts again.

How to choose your emergency battery in the event of a power failure ?

Easily transportable and possibly fed by portable solar panels , THE Izywatt portable energy stations are perfect allies to deal with the failures of the electricity network. Indeed, the Izywatt nomad batteries are compatible with a large majority of electrical devices, low energy consumption with more energy -consuming devices, depending on the selected model. The more powerful the battery, the more energy it stores, the more energy you will be. However, it is sometimes difficult to choose your battery. You wish Know which Izywatt battery to choose in case cutting ? Click here ! Recently, we have set up a online configurator. The latter allows you to list your needs in less than 3 minutes (with simple questions). Once your request for an estimate has been sent, we return to you In less than 24 hours (working days) with the product that best meets your expectations ! The whole Orium® team is available to you for all advice regarding the choice of your solar panel and your Sun autonomous battery.

Bluetti AC200MAX test: the perfect domestic relief battery to deal with the power cuts !

Bluetti AC200MAX test: the perfect domestic relief battery to deal with the power cuts !

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Electric stations are on the rise at the moment. Particularly useful at the origin for nomads (van, motorhome, tent, etc.), they are also very useful at home, especially in the event of power cuts. And this is precisely what may happen this winter according to our “thinking heads” in the government. This undoubtedly explains the enthusiasm that these products arouse. Today I therefore suggest you discover the Bluetti AC200MAX, which promises to be particularly suitable for this type of use, by offering a power of 2200W and an autonomy of 2048WH ! In use at home for several weeks now, it is extremely effective !

Discovery of the Bluetti AC200MAX

The Bluetti AC200MAX arrived perfectly protected in a large well -circulated cardboard. Bluetti AC200max 1 copy testPlease note: this electric station weighs all the same 28kg (for dimensions of 42 cm x 28 cm x 38.7 cm). Take out your little arms 🙂 Bluetti AC200MAX 2 Copy test Bluetti AC200MAX 3 Copy testInside, there is of course the electric station, accompanied by its charger and some accessories. Bluetti AC200MAX 1 testThere is indeed an adapter cable for cigarette lighter socket, but also an MC4 cable to connect solar panels directly ! No need to buy it optional, which is very significant. Bluetti AC200MAX 30 testTwo handles located on each side of the Bluetti AC200MAX allow you to move the device safely. And given its weight, they prove to be very practical ! Bluetti AC200MAX 8 test Bluetti AC200MAX 14 testOn the sides, we can also notice two fans that help to cool it. Bluetti AC200MAX 13 testThe Bluetti AC200MAX is one of the rare power stations to have a color touch screen: Bluetti AC200MAX 16 testThe very clear display provides information on the station’s load and discharge activities. The hierarchical menu is well organized, providing easy access to settings, battery data newspapers and any alarm that could be triggered. Bluetti AC200MAX 22 test Bluetti AC200MAX 17 testThe screen backlight remains on for 30 seconds before turning off. A sound signal, which can be deactivated, is emitted each pressure on the screen. These different options can be personalized. Bluetti AC200MAX 18 testIn terms of connection, it is also very complete. Four alternative sockets are available on the front panel and can produce a maximum of 2200W. Bluetti AC200MAX 3 testFour 12V ports are also offered: two DC 5521 to load cameras or RC cars with a combined power of 120W, a cigarette lighter of 120W, and an output of 360W for various low-voltage devices such as a small refrigerator for example. Bluetti AC200MAX 7 testBluetti is also generous with the number of USB sockets, which consists of three groups covering different outing currents. A single port of 100W type-C capable of supplying devices such as laptops. Two 36W type-A and two-of-15W sockets are also present to load smaller devices such as phones or tablets. Bluetti AC200MAX 6 test Bluetti AC200MAX 5 testBut that’s not all, since the Bluetti AC200MAX also has two wireless load surfaces on the top, a power of 15 W each. Quite rare on this type of product ! Bluetti AC200MAX 26 testThe entry sockets are present on the left side of the Bluetti AC200MAX, and include two battery extension ports, a CC 900W 145V port for solar load, and a CC 500W 58.8V input for the load from from the network via the CA block adapter. Bluetti AC200MAX 10 test Bluetti AC200MAX 11 testFor a faster load, we can combine the load on the mains and a load via solar panels for example in parallel. But we can also use two charges in parallel (by purchasing an optional second charger) to go up to 1000w of charging. Interesting detail: as for all brand products, rubber sleeves cover all output sockets while inputs are protected by plastic caps. Perfect for a product that can be transported and can be exposed to water or dust. Here all the plugs are protected ! The underside is also protected by 4 rubber pads: Bluetti AC200MAX 15 testSomething that I appreciate on this Bluetti AC200max: all the electric outlets are at the front, on the same facade as the screen. The rear is devoid of any element, which will not pose a problem to pose it along a wall for example. Bluetti AC200MAX 12 testThe Bluetti AC200MAX comes with a large 500W charger, which will recharge it from 0 to 100% in about 5 hours: Bluetti AC200MAX 31 testRegarding on -board technology, Bluetti was one of the first to adopt the type of LifePo4 battery in portable stations. With a number of extensive load cycles from 500 to 3500, this type of battery can offer on average nine years of useful life. It can sometimes go for a detail, but many competitors still offer batteries of old technologies, allowing 500 to 800 charges of loads. Suffice to say that the lifespan will not be the same ! Now let’s move on to use.

Bluetti AC200MAX: Use

The electric station lights up by pressing the only button to the left of the screen. Bluetti AC200MAX 16 testThe Ca and CC outputs are activated by two touch buttons at the bottom of the screen. The input and output power as well as the remaining battery load are displayed in a practical way: here I have for example a connected device for 101Wh, and a remaining 98% Bluetti autonomy. Bluetti AC200MAX 25 testFour programmable buttons located on the left allow you to navigate to different submenus. You can choose to display settings, data, alarms or the home page. The menus are reactive and quite intuitive, despite menus in English (or in German, Bluetti being a German company). But the Bluetti AC200MAX can also be coupled with a mobile application. Bluetooth connection is indeed created automatically once the device is turned on. Bluetti AC200MAX 33 testThe mobile application can be used to activate remote outputs or to update the station’s firmware. Bluetti AC200MAX 36 test Bluetti AC200MAX 37 testUnder ideal conditions, we can obtain a range of ten meters, which is reduced to five meters when updating the firmware. However, we remain a little on our end: there are much fewer features available in the application compared to what is provided on the electric station via the touch screen. It’s a bit of a shame, especially when the station is placed on the ground, which requires squatting to consult the screen and the functions. It would have been much more practical to be able to manage all this from your smartphone. Fortunately, most of the functions will not be modified very often, we therefore keep the essential functions on the smartphone: activation / deactivation of the sockets, monitoring of autonomy, checking the power power. As long as we approach the loading of the Bluetti AC200max: this one can be done in several ways. Most often, the 500 W sector adapter block will be used, which makes a load of about five hours. If this is too long, the power station can load with two entries in parallel. With a combined input power of 1400W, the charging time is then reduced to two hours. Like the Bluetti AC200MAX includes an MPPT solar charger with an input of up to 900W, it’s a great way to boost the load. The manufacturer of course offers its own solar panels, particularly useful for nomadic use, because they are foldable. But any photovoltaic panel can be used, since they use standard MC4 connectors. With the adapter supplied I was able without problem to connect my Sunology panel on the Bluetti to load it (I will talk about it in more detail very soon). You can also count on recharge by car (cigarette lighter), lead battery, generator, etc. In short, it is possible to recharge it in any 7 different ways.