Model # 40408

Internet #203929904

Nature Power 800-Watt Portable Power Backup Kit
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Nature Power

800-Watt Portable Power Backup Kit

  • Safe for indoor use
  • Works with or without solar power
  • Internal charge controller with solar panel
$43776 /each
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Product Overview

The Nature Power 800-Watt portable power backup kit provides power from AC outlets for mobile or emergency power, providing a rechargeable source of power for your home, work, or camping needs. Safe for indoor use with silent operation and no fuel requirements or fumes. Easily recharge from AC or Solar panel(not included). With its portable size it great for traveling companion for RV’s.

  • Rechargeable battery supply. great for RVs, homes, cottages, boats, emergency backup power
  • Built-in 8-Amp charge controller protects from overcharging the battery when recharging from a solar panel
  • 2 AC outlets and 1 UBS 5V outlet for multiple charging ways
  • Silent operation with no fuel or fumes so safe for indoor use
  • Easy to read LCD screen with battery level indicator
  • Can be used with Nature Power monocrystalline solar panel: 40, 65 or 85-Watt model
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
12.8
Product Height (in.)
9
Product Width (in.)
12.8

Details

Amperage (amps)
2
Features
Low voltage audible alarm,Portable
Included
Charge controller,Inverter
Returnable
90-Day
Voltage (volts)
120
Wattage (watts)
800

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

How long would this cover for a CPAC (Apnea) when an outage occurred, normal 110V?

The CPAC is not much more than a pump that pumps air through a tube which the patient wears as a mask on his nose.
Asked by: nipper
I use a CAT Model CPI1000 12 volt power inverter connected to a Red Top Optima battery with my CPAC it lasted all night with no problems. I use this set up only for emergencies when an outage occurred.
Answered by: Mschete
Date published: 2016-09-25

How heavy is this, and can I run a 5 Amp Freezer during in emergency?

Also, can I get a larger battery to fit it?
Asked by: Bill
Looking at the manufacturer website, the actual Battery Capacity is 12V, 40 Ah lead acid sealed, which means the maximum power output of the battery is 480 watts hours. A refrigerator at 5 amps 120v is drawing 600 watt hours. The 800 watt output they specify is of the modified sine wave inverter only so the answer would be no it would not. Also keep in mind that lead acid batteries sealed or not should not be discharged more than 50% max and shouldn't really use more than 30% total capacity. This item weighs in at 37 lbs.
Answered by: Harry
Date published: 2016-09-11

Can this be used to power a 120 volt 1/2 hp sump pump during electric service outages?

Can this be used to power a 120 volt 1/2 hp sump pump during electric service outages?
Asked by: Leo
Yes, it can be used
Answered by: Nature Power Expert
Date published: 2017-02-20

How many hours of power would it generate?

Asked by: abcd
This is such a difficult question to answer. The duration of power that you can achieve is all dependent on which appliances you have plugged into the unit and what the power draw is in either Amps or Watts. The installed battery is rated at 40Ah. One rule to determine run time is: 10 x (Battery Capacity in Amp Hours) / (Load power in Watts) = Run time in hours.
Answered by: Nature Power Expert
Date published: 2017-03-12
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