Bluetti recently introduced two smaller power stations called the AC2A and AC70 and its Terrace Power System with or without storage. Now comes the next solar generator. In the United States of America, the manufacturer unveiled the larger Bluetti AC200L power plant.
The Bluetti AC200L is currently only announced in the USA and will go on sale there on November 17, 2023. It is not yet known what the launch will look like in Europe. But the chances are probably good. The cost of the new model is not yet known. However, interested parties can On the product page Sign up via email to be informed of the launch and save up to $600, according to the manufacturer.
The new Bluetti AC200L has a 2048 Wh battery. As is common today, the manufacturer relies in particular on long-lasting LiFePO4 (lithium iron phosphate) technology, so that the power plant still has 80 percent of its original capacity even after more than 3,000 life cycles. If 2kW isn’t enough for you, you can increase the capacity to up to 8,192Wh using external batteries.
The new power station can be charged with a capacity of up to 2400 watts via the electricity network. It should reach 80 percent fill level after just 45 minutes. Alternatively, solar panels of up to 1200 watts can be used, so that the solar generator can be fully charged within two hours under ideal conditions.
Stored power can be output via four sockets and a full range of USB A/C ports with power up to 100W. The built-in inverter provides up to 2400 watts permanently or 3600 watts at peak. In addition to app control, the new Bluetti AC200L Powerstation also has a UPS function for uninterrupted power supply.
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