ITEHIL IT500 500W Portable Power Station
portable power generation

ITEHIL LiFePO4 500W 500Wh Power Station Solar Generator

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Model: IT500

IT500
IT500+ITS100G-HW
IT500+100W(Full Charge: 6.25hrs)
IT500+160W(Full Charge: 3.91hrs)
IT500+200W(Full Charge: 3.13hrs)
IT500+400W(Full Charge: 1.56hrs)
Description

ITEHIL LiFePO4 Power Station

【Put in Over 500W to Recharging】
“Whether you live in a storm-prone area, enjoy off-grid living, or simply like to camp, there're many reasons to have supplementary power on hand,” said ITEHIL Founder. “We felt it was important to create an efficient solar generator that provide quiet, odorless, and environmentally friendly energy.”


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ITEHIL LiFePO4 Power Station

ITEHIL LiFePO4 Power Station have the large display that can be monitors usage of all ports in real time. During the period of use, an early warning reminder is issued for abnormal situations. 8 output ports (including Type-C) to meet the needs of various scenarios.

Parallel Connection Method of ITEHIL Foldable Solar Panel

1) Single ITEHIL 100W Solar Panel for the 500W Power Station
1 ITEHIL 100W Solar Panels can quickly charge the 500W Power Station Within 8 Hours.
2) 2*100W ITEHIL Solar Panels Connected in Parallel to the IT500:
a. Connect 2 Solar Panels with 4 Out 1 5521 to MC4 Parallel Cable
b. Find 1.5M MC4 to XT60 Solar Charging Cable(Accessories for IT500)
c. Connect the XT60 Port of 500W Power Station.
3) 4*100W ITEHIL Solar Panels Connected in Parallel to the IT500:
a. Connect 2 Solar Panels with 4 Out 1 5521 to MC4 Parallel Cable
b. Find 1.5M MC4 to XT60 Solar Charging Cable(Accessories for IT500)
c. Connect the XT60 Port of 500W Power Station.
PS: The current after parallel connection is large, in order to improve the efficiency, using the XT60 interface is the best choice.

 

Product Specifications:

RATED OUTPUT:  INPUT:
2*AC output: 100-120V 500W(700W Surge), 60Hz,  Pure Sine Wave AC Adapter Input: 150W(Max)
1*DC output: 12V/10A, 5.5mm*2.1mm XT60: 300W(Max), VOC 14.8-30V, 30A(MAX)
2*USB-A Port: 5V/3A DC Input: 150W(MAX), VOC 8V-29V, 10A(MAX)
1*QC USB-A Port: 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A Car Input: 12V/24V from Cigarette Lighter Port
1*Type-C: 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 15V/3A, 20V/3A
1*Car Port: DC Regulated 12V/10A
BATTERY INFO: RECHARGE TIME:
Capacity: 500Wh(14.8V, 36Ah), 144000mAh AC Adapter(150W): ≈4.5 Hours
Type: LiFePO4(Lithium Iron Phosphate)
Solar XT60 Port(300W): ≈1.5 Hours(under ideal orientation)
Life Cycles: 3500+ Cycles to Original Capacity(10 Years Usage)
Solar DC Port(150W): ≈3.07 Hours(under ideal orientation)
Shelf-life: Recharge to 80% Every 3-6 Months Car Input: ≈4.6/2.3 Hours
Management System: MPPT Controller, BMS, TI, etc.
WARRANTY INFORMATION SHELL:
Warranty: 2-year material warranty + 30-day money back Material: Aluminum alloy + plastic(Drop-resistant, explosion-proof)

3W LED Light(include SOS)
PACKAGE SIZE: WEIGHT:
14.17*13*13.4 inch
18.74 lbs
OPERATING TEMPERATURE: STORAGE TEMPERATURE:
14°F-104°F 14°F-140°F

CERTIFICATION OF ITEHIL POWER STATION

LiFePO4 Power Station Certification

 

ITEHIL IT500 Power Station
Reviews

Customer Reviews

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Elly
Great power station for the price!

I bought this as a combo with the RO purifier, and I am satisfied with my purchase!

It has a panel that lets you monitor the status of your battery, how many hours you have left, and how many watts are being used/coming in. The unit comes with a smaller case that houses the various cables you'd need for the different ways you might want to charge this including solar. It was well packed and arrived in excellent condition.

When I ordered, I noticed one picture had type B (110 v) outlets whereas the rest of the pictures had a different kind. When I placed my order, I put a comment on it and then reached out to them requesting if they could make mine with the type B/110v outlet, and they were able to accommodate this. The outlets are oriented "upside down" from what is typical in North America, but it doesn't affect performance.

Unlike other power stations that you press a button to turn on just the USB outlets or just the plug in sockets, there is a button that turns on ALL the ac and another button that turns on ALL the dc outlets. I don't care one way or another, but some may have a preference. You also have to press and hold the button for a few seconds for it to turn on or off which I personally find a little inconvenient, but it's not a dealbreaker.

It's quiet. I can't really hear the fan go like I can with other power stations, so that's a plus. It also has a small flashlight on the bottom right side of the unit. I thought it was a kind of odd place to put it, but then again, if you have this on a counter during a blackout or a picnic table while camping and want to see what you're reading next to the station, I suppose it works.

The double handle on the top of the unit makes for convenient carrying, especially since the unit is very heavy (LiFePO4 batteries are significantly heavier than your regular Li-ion batteries because of the battery composition). No major complaints, though design wise, I think it would look better if the handles were flush with the unit, especially if you threw this into the car and had to pack things... sitting flush might make it easier to pack. However, it doesn't protrude very much, so again, it's not a dealbreaker. Just a suggestion if they want to improve their model.

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Rick
Good Budget Solar Generator

After seeing a review online from Pinbal Preparedness, I decided to purchase this as it was on sale at large discount - a price I couldn't pass up. Unit seems to be well constructed and is relatively lightweight - its easy to move around with 1 hand. Would prefer an integrated A/C poewr brick, but if you don't plan to normally A/C recharge and use Solar, I suppose its better than having the additional weight of the transformer inside the unit.

I tested the unit with my ResMed Air Elite 10 CPAP and it lasted approximately 9 hours, so it fits my use case nicely as a backup in case of power outage. I had a bit of trouble getting the A/C connection to charge properly but it seems it might have been my fault - a loose connection on the A/C power to the brick - time will tell but I think it was me.

Recharge time from A/C is slower than it seems it needs to be (about 2x longer than you can get with solar), but works fine. Seems that solar is the best way to recharge this, though I have not been able to determine what the max parameters for the solar are yet - it seems to be 400W based on their bundles but there is no detail online or in the 1-page manual that accompanies it. I think my 2x 100W panels I own already will work fine. Haven't tested that yet.

The generator does what it says it does so time will tell but it seems like it was a good investment given the low cost it had. I went looking on their site for the add-on battery they advertise but it doesn't appear to be available yet. If the price is reasonable that would be a good add-on to ger some safety margain against a rainy day.

Overall a good device at the price point that I purchased. I would do it again.

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Shelia Johnston
Ordered Us version and received International version

I ordered the US version and I received the international version. I contacted your customer service department to report the mistake. I was told to contact them if I wanted to correct the mistake. I was told that it made no difference in the function of the unit. Is this correct?

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Shellene Reis
Great Deal for my money

I saved 300.00 on the deal, given to Pinball and our group! Thank you

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jack fontana

I very much like the design and engineering that went into the unit. I charged it up fully with AC power and now its shut down for when I need it in the future. I haven't really tested it yet but will in the future. Any suggestions that you can give me about storage and usage? Thanks for the email. Jfo