POWER IT! Li-Ion Battery Generator

1000 W Maximum. Powered by durable long-life Lithium-Ion Battery.


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• 1000 Maximum Watts
• 500 Running Watts
• Powered by durable long-life Lithium-Ion Battery
• Pure Sine Wave Inverter technology
• Ultra-Silent, light-weight, and portable
• Charge by AC through home electricity
• Charge by DC through solar power panels
• LCD display screen
• Safe for indoor use and on electronic equipment
• Up to 7 hours of run time at 50% load
• Ideal for powering: household items, small power tools and small electronic equipment


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POWER IT! Li-Ion Battery Generator is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good value for the price Bought this unit to provide some relief from frequent power outages in a Condo. I found the specs to be very attractive for the $388 price tag. After the initial charging of 15 hours, I ran a some tests to see if the running time came close to the manufacturers claims in the manual. Pack capacity is listed at 880 watt hours for the 12.6v 70ah Lithium Ion battery. First, I ran two 10.5w LED lights (60w incandescent equiv) for 9 hours. LCD panel showed the drain to be 20w. Power bar stayed at 100% until the 8th hour where it dipped to 80%. With the power level at 80%, I then ran a 100w incandescent and charged my cel phone. LCD displayed a 102w drain. This combo ran for close to 4 hours before it conked out. Although the above test comes up short of the 880wh claim, I'm keeping it. I'm confident that it will keep a few lights on, charge phones/tablets, and power a Wifi modem for an evening.
Date published: 2015-12-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good could be better. Works well , power display is intermittent. 50 watt draw lasts just over 10 hours a little less than the 800 watt hours advertised getting 5-600 watt hours. Faster charging would be better.
Date published: 2015-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for the Job Needed something to run my CPAP machine at a remote hunting camp. It worked flawlessly for the two weeks. The camp generator ran periodically through the day keeping it topped up and it never dropped below an 80% charge.
Date published: 2016-11-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Silent Generator Light weight and very useful, but limited to 5 vdc USB, 12 vdc socket and two 12 vac plug-ins. Great for computer backup power.
Date published: 2016-01-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pretty Good, But Not Quite There Yet I purchased the Power IT! Lithium-Ion Generator Yesterday. The initial charge took well over 15 hours to fully charge up the Lithium-Ion battery array inside the unit. This was a good sign in that the longer it takes to fully charge the batteries, then the more capacity those batteries generally have. I was able to power my 24" iMAC ver 9.1 (Circa September 2009) computer for nearly 5 Hours straight ! :) This was generally better than I expected it to be. The LCD readout on the screen shows you how much the items you have plugged in are drawing in terms of Watts, as well as how many Watts of input you are putting back in at the same time. This implies you can charge the unit at the same time as you are drawing from it ! This is good news as the instruction book indicates you can charge from both a Solar panel as well as from the provided AC wall charger, which fits neatly in a rear pop-out compartment. The things I don't like Are: 1. To be able to connect a Solar Panel to the charge input requires a funky MC4 to 8mm Pole Connector Cable, which is not supplied with the Unit !! I searched all over town for the much needed cable, but failed to locate one in any electronics store :( 2. Poor build quality; the unit's AC receptacles nearly come out with the AC Plug of the cord you are unplugging !!! You must take care how you unplug AC cords from the unit's receptacles :( *Also, rear pop-out door compartment for storing the AC Charger and cables is too small to easily fit the charger and cables back in without the cables becoming seriously entangled with the rear compartment's delicate plastic latch !! Great care must be taken to be sure to fold and refold the charger cables back up small enough to make their way back into the charger compartment ! 3. LCD Screen read out accuracy ? According to Apple, my iMAC is rated at a 280 Watt power draw, yet the readout listed the draw at 100 WATTS (??) If so, then @ 100 WATTS I should have easily obtained a longer running time on the computer. 4. Unreasonably long charging time !! Perhaps the manufacturer needs to up the heft of its AC charger unit to greatly reduce charging times to a more manageable 5 hrs instead of the listed 12 to 15 hrs. 5. Too limited Amperage draw at the AC 115 Volt 60 Hz receptacles. @ 4.6 Amps max for both AC receptacles, then you could conceivably run into problems. This rating could easily be upped to at least 8 to 10 Amps, while the sustained WATTS draw of the unit could also be upped to 880 WATTS with a maximum peak at 1,000 WATTS to 1,200 WATTS. 6. Too brief and incomplete included manual booklet. **There are 2 bare wire inputs described in the manual as "Anderson Power Pole," but these inputs are not labeled as to wether they are inputs or outputs. Also, these bare wire inputs are not qualified as to what the voyage type of current these connectors are supposed to carry, nor if it's DC or AC Voltage (??) I am guessing that since there are two Anderson Power Pole receptacles (One on each side of the front panel under the LED light fixtures) one might be for input, while the other is for output. I will have to connect a power meter to find out (??) 7. Over priced. @ $477.00 retail, plus taxes, you are light $550.00 The things I like Are: 1. Powerful Lithium-Ion built in battery array :) @ 280 WATT power drain I should have nearly made it to 3 Hrs, instead I got almost 5+ Hrs with full screen brightness on my iMAC and very heavy full screen video movie playback activity. 2. Quiet cooling fan. I find Inverter circuits use noisy cheap fans, but the Power-IT! Generator's fan was not too loud for me. 3. Light weight unit. No gut busting weight to deal with. 4. Small foot print. Not big and bulky. 5. Really bright built in LED lights ! Excellent illumination for the camper in the middle of the night, or out at the side of the road for an emergency road repair. 6. Great selections of DC and AC Voltages to choose from. 7. Included cigarette lighter 12 Volt DC output receptacle. 8. Ability to output multiple voltages and currents simultaneously. 9. Possibility to charge while outputting current to other device. In theory, if you are running a computer continuously, then you should get longer periods of continual output before battery array is exhausted. 10. Elegant all in one solution.
Date published: 2015-10-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great unit economy friendly. I bought this unit 4 months ago and works great. I found out and read about this generator that people been having issues with the unit where they charged it to 90-100% and left it for a month and appears the battery is dead. Unfortunately the unit standby power current uses 1.12-1.98 ampere so there is claims that the unit is defected but there are ways to fix this. On my unit I actually done some modifications I've added a 50a Switch ON/OFF on the side and removed the original fuses "soldered" 2x15a atm 1x30a maxi 1x60a maxi fuses and add atm/maxi fuse holders so there's no need of soldering. So after this mod there were no power loss after that. I would love to give the manufacturer a feedback. So anyways the battery is a 70 ampere lithium ion battery with 8awg load leads so I solder the one lead to the switch and soldered a 4" of red silicone 8awg wire from the switch to the circuit board. Sorry if my grammar is poor but I'm smart in one way :) Thank you.
Date published: 2016-07-29
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