EcoFlow R600 PRO Quick Test and EF-1500 External Battery Functions – Today, we’re going to be demonstrating 6 tests to take a look at the features for this R600. In the first demonstration, we’re going to be testing the Xtreme fast charging function. As you can see the input is around 576 watts, because of the larger capacity on the probe.
EcoFlow R600 PRO Quick Test
#1 Test Charger Rate
It can be recharged from zero to 100% in one hour and 40 minutes. And the Pro Plus, the EF 1,500 watt-hour LFP battery, it can be charged from zero to 100% in four hours and thirty minutes. There are bits and concerns about using the type C functions to charge something like a MacBook pro.
#2 Test MacBook Pro
In the second test, you’ll be able to see this demonstration, as you can see, she charged the MacBook Pro for approximately 21 minutes and it went from 5% to 29%.
#3 Test DC Charging
Onto test 3, we’re going to be trying out the DC car charging port. All right, it’s looking good, we’re able to fill balloons forever nine minutes was still tons of life left. So, around to the next test some people are wondering what X boost can actually do.
#4 Test X-Boost
For the fourth test, we’re going to be testing out and seeing why this is a valuable feature with x boost nav. You can see that, they are six hunter trove will support the circular saw, but when X goes is off, the R600 product will trip the overload protection system.
#5 Test Heating Speed
For test 5, let’s take a look at the difference between the heating speed of X link versus X boost. So, as you can see, because X link provides a higher power output. The kettle can boil the water much quicker than with an excuse. X link only supports electronics with heating elements, so you wouldn’t want to power something like a circular saw with this. You can use X boost for that.
#6 Test Connecting Power
So, now around to the next test. Okay test 6, as you can see, we set up two groups. Group A on the Left is just one R600 Pro through B on the right which is an R600 Pro connected to the 1.5 kilowatts expanded battery. We’re gonna test how long these two groups will support the kettles to run.
All right the R600 Pro by itself, the kettle for 62 minutes, but the R600 Pro Plus the expanded battery ran the kettle for a hundred and eighty-three minutes which is nearly three times longer than the R600 by itself.
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R600 Pro Specs
|Net Weight||15.9lbs (7.2kg)|
|Dimension||11.4 x 7.1 x 9.3 in (28.9 x 18.0 x 23.5 cm)|
|Charge Temperature||32-113°F +/- 5°F (0-45°C +/- 3°C)|
|Discharge Temperature||-4-140°F +/- 5°F (-20-60°C +/- 3°C)|
|Charge Method||AC Wall Outlet, 12V Car Adaptor, Solar Panel|
|Full Recharge Time||1.6 hours (AC)|
6.5 Hours (12/24V Car Adaptor)
4.5-9 Hours (Using 2x110W Solar Panels in parallel with full sun)
7.5-15 Hours (Using 1x160W Solar Panel with full sun)
Battery RIVER Pro Specifications
|Shelf Life||1 year (after fully charged)|
|Cycle Life||800 cycles to 80% capacity|
|Management Systems||BMS, Over Voltage Protection, Overload Protection,|
Over Temperature Protection, Short Circuit Protection
Low-Temperature Protection, Low Voltage Protection,
|Testing and certification||UL Standard, CE, FCC, RoHS, RCM|
River Pro Additional Informations
|AC Charge Input Power||X-Stream Charge 660W Max|
|AC Charge Input Voltage||100-120Vac(50Hz/60Hz); International Version 220-240Vac(50Hz/60Hz)|
|Solar Charge Input||200W 10-25Vdc 12A Max|
|Car Charger||12Vdc 10A Max|
|AC Output (x3)||600W (Surge 1200W) total,120Vac( 50Hz/60Hz)|
|USB-A Output (x2)||5Vdc, 2.4A, 12W Max, per port|
|USB-A Fast Charge (x1)||5Vdc, 9Vdc, 12Vdc, 2.4A, 28W Max|
|USB-C Output (x1)||5Vdc, 9Vdc, 12Vdc, 15Vdc, 20Vdc, 5A, 100W Max|
|Car Power Output (x1)||136W, 13.6Vdc, 10A Max|
|DC5521 Output (x2)||13.6Vdc, 3A Max, per port|
Worth mentioning that the overall discharge rate is lower than the final product. Due to the protection of our prototype, this wraps up, this video, and the test EcoFlow, we’d like to thank everybody for their support and feedback. This really helps us deliver the best possible product.