EcoFlow Delta Pro Review – EcoFlow Delta Pro is more than a portable power station. It’s an expandable ecosystem that integrates directly with your home, or can be taken with you on the go. Add solar panels, extra batteries, and even an emergency EcoFlow Smart Generator so you’re never caught short.
EcoFlow Delta Pro Review
|25 x 12,2 x 16,3 in
|Open For Full Specifications
Delta Pro Background
Delta Pro launch on July 15, 2021, with an early bird price of $2199 and an extra battery of around $1699. After redefining portable power with the DELTA and RIVER series – selling thousands of units around the globe – they’re doing it again. The EcoFlow DELTA Pro changes your relationship with power, whether you’re on the go, or at home.
EcoFlow DELTA Pro has a huge battery capacity so you can store energy for use at any time. Whether you opt for a single unit (3.6k Wh), or for the full ecosystem (25k Wh) integrated with your home, you’ll have a ton of staying power.
Integrate DELTA Pro with your home circuits
With a single DELTA Pro, you can power up to 15 devices at once. With world-class output, 99.99% of your electronics can be powered, even heaters and AC units. They didn’t stop there, with the Double Voltage Hub/Smart Home Panel, you can link two DELTA Pro’s together to achieve a record-breaking 7200W output.
Install the Smart Home Panel to connect DELTA Pro with up to 10 home circuits from your existing home panel. The Smart Home Panel supports and fast charges up to two DELTA Pro(s) at a time, alongside their extra batteries + smart generator(s). That gives you a potential 7200W output and 25k Wh of capacity at your control, integrated with your home.
Uninterrupted backup power for key appliances
When a blackout hits, the Smart Home Panel immediately switches to the 10 circuits and draws power from your DELTA Pro(s). You’ll barely notice a loss of power as your chosen circuits stay powered.
Smart energy management
EcoFlow Delta Pro Review – With the EcoFlow app, you can monitor and control your home circuits via the Smart Home Panel. What does that mean to you? It means you get a birds-eye view of your energy habits. Not only that, but you can also configure how you use DELTA Pro. Customize for home backup, save money on your electricity bills, or even a plethora of custom options based on your unique needs.
DELTA Pro provides more than just power, it provides information. Manage your energy use better when DELTA Pro is connected by Wi-Fi, direct connection, Bluetooth, or Ethernet.
- Link your phone directly to DELTA Pro through a direct connection (Wi-Fi without internet) or Bluetooth connection. View and control its energy use through the EcoFlow app.
- Or, connect DELTA Pro to an internet network to view and control it from anywhere.
- The EcoFlow Remote Control displays the same info as the DELTA Pro’s screen and has power buttons for AC, DC, and the whole unit. Mount it on a wall or have it right at your fingertips.
EcoFlow Delta Pro Features
Mega Capacity from 3.6–25kWh
DELTA Pro is a portable power station that can be used as a home battery. You can connect up to 2 extra battery units to a DELTA Pro, for a total of 10.8kWh of backup power. 3600 Wh a day is enough for emergencies, meaning DELTA Pro and 2 extra batteries would last you 3 days. Double that number by connecting 2 DELTA Pros together with a total of 4 extra batteries. Estimate your daily power usage and design your own home backup solutions.
Portable Home Battery
Its retractable handle and two back wheels make it easy to move, letting you use it at home or outdoors.
We’re just getting started. Something’s around the corner that will give you up to 25k Wh incapacity. That’s power for up to 13 days! We’ll be releasing that info in the next series!
The portable home battery ecosystem.
The new DELTA Pro ecosystem contains extra batteries, smart generators, solar trackers, wind turbines, a smart home panel, and more. This intelligent ecosystem features multiple resources to meet your energy requirements, whether that’s achieving lower energy bills, cleaner energy, or self-sufficiency.
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EcoFlow Delta Pro Specifications
|Wall Outlet AC Input Power
|1800 W Max, 15A
|Solar Charge Input
|1200 W Max (11-150 V)
|EV Charge Input
|2200 – 3000 W
|25 x 12,2 x 16,3 in (with wheels)
|99,2 lbs / 45 kg
EcoFlow Infinity Port
This port transfers information and power simultaneously so DELTA Pro can hook up to Ecoflow’s Smart Home Panel, another DELTA Pro, or an electric vehicle station. When you can do all that, the possibilities are infinite!
- Charge from EV stations
- Home backup via our Smart Home Panel
- Output ×2 ➡ 7200W
Delta Pro Power
|Emergency Home Power
|Daily Home Power
EcoFlow Delta EcoSystem
When you get a DELTA Pro, you’re not just getting a portable home battery. It’s an expandable ecosystem with a ton of extras. With the ecosystem the control is in your hands, go portable with a single unit, or adapt to your circumstances and expand your power. Huge capacity, huge output, renewable charging, home integration. It’s all possible.
You can expand capacity up to 25kWh by pairing two DELTA Pros together with extra batteries/smart generators. And it doesn’t stop there. Integrate solar power for renewable charging, charge at leading EV stations on the go, or plug your ecosystem right into your home with the Smart Home Panel for energy management, backup, and money-saving.
Whether you opt for just the base unit or the fully-fledged home solution, you’ll have a ton of staying power.
EcoFlow Delta Pro VS EcoFlow Delta
|EcoFlow Delta Pro
|1 year (after fully charged)
|800 Cycles (80%)
|Testing and certification
|UL CE FCC RoHS PSE
|UL CE FCC RoHS PSE
EcoFlow Smart Generator
Sometimes in extreme cases, you need an extra leg up. That’s where EcoFlow’s Smart Generator comes in. It delivers emergency backup for your portable power station that’s smarter, more efficient, and easier to use compared to using a traditional gas generator.
Here’s a glimpse at what it can do:
- Charge DELTA Pro: Charge up DELTA Pro with the Smart Generator’s Extra Battery Port (DC), you can also power appliances simultaneously via the generator’s AC port.
- Single press startup: Electric start, automatic start (while connected to DELTA Pro), remote start via the EcoFlow app, or manual start.
- Clear, simple monitoring: LCD display for monitoring fuel level readings, generator status & more.
- 1.05 Gal/4L Gasoline capacity.
EcoFlow Delta Shipment
FAQ SmartHome and EcoFlow Delta Pro
Do you need an electrician license to install this SmartHome panel?
Yes. This connects directly to the main circuits going into your home. In virtually all jurisdictions, you will need a permit and work done by a licensed electrician – not only to conform to the National Electrical Code, Local building, and fire codes but also to satisfy the requirements of anyone with any stake in your home: Bank, insurance company, Home Owners Association, landlord, etc. If you did get such a change made to your main circuit breakers without a permit and your electrical system is inspected in the future (to fix a problem, make changes, or to assess the home for sale or refinancing) you could be subject to fines, removal of the unpermitted work, even loss of use of your home until the situation is rectified.
The Smart Panel is probably a “Transfer Switch” system, which has two advantages over a system that “Back-feeds” electricity into the grid in that the installation “may” not also require permission from the Power Company and the Fire Department.
Is the 400w solar panel usable with the Ecoflow Delta Pro?
How long would EcoFlow Pro power a camper with and without A/C, (fridge & hotwater& stove running on propane) also 2 small 12v ceiling fantastic fans? Approximately? Looking to travel with our airstream & will not always have hookups.
Depends on the watts. This is a 3600 Wh battery pack expandable to 21kWh battery and 25kWh with the generator. If you aren’t running AC and you have solar you’ll last a lot longer. If you’re running AC you will deplete your batteries quickly.