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AP1800S2 1800-Watt 120VAC Portable Power System with 80-Watt Solar Panel

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Base unit includes retractable handle and wheels, 1800 Watt continuous power modified sine wave inverter, 4 AC receptacles, 2 USB ports, 5A three stage chargers, and 60 Ah SLA batteries. Operating temperature: 32°F to 104°F. Input current 8 ADC maximum. Maximum input voltage 26VDC. Solar Panel - 80 Watt foldable solar panel. May also expand the portable power system by purchasing additional solar panels and battery boxes and daisy chaining them together.

  • Built in handle and wheels increases portability
  • Temperature range allows unit to be used in extreme environments
  • Size makes it perfect for remote places and emergency home preparedness
  • 1 year warranty

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Can I recharge this unit by plugging into 110 house voltage?

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No, you can not recharge this unit by plugging into 110 house voltage.
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Can I run a modern, energy efficient fridge using this generator during the day?

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Can I run a modern, energy efficient fridge using this generator during the day, or would I be better off buying a gas or propane generator? Generator will probably only be used during any possible extended power outage. Thanks.
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daisy chain

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the specs say additional panels and battery boxes can be daisy-chained to the original. what brands of panels/boxes will fit this configuration?
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Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by above There is no way a layman can translate this product into a return on investment. In this climate(Las Vegas) what will it produce annually and how does this equate to dollars?? No marketing - just put it on the internet. December 13, 2015
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