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

Product Overview

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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Warranty / Certifications

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1 Year Warranty

Questions & Answers


Can I run a modern, energy efficient fridge using this generator during the day?

Asked by Aussie January 23, 2016

I would use a gas or propane generator. Power would last about 3.5 hours on average on a refrigerator.

daisy chain

Asked by me December 6, 2015

The boxes can take 8 amps charge each be it the 400, 800 or 1800. Safe to use 80-90 watts per box.

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

Asked by lschurek September 17, 2015

No, you can not recharge this unit by plugging into 110 house voltage.

Customer Reviews

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I use this for powering my electric weed cutter, cultivator and other electric gardening tools in areas where there is no power available. No problems. Also have used it in the house when the electricity goes out. Also no problems. Highly recommend.
by FarmerOne
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.
by melvin
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