EFDELTA Backup Power Station
EFDELTA Backup Power Station – Everything in life is somewhere else, and you get there with EFDELTA. It is a landmark of both design and function, bringing you the most power, the fastest recharge, and peace-of-mind in any situation with no gas, no noise, and no fumes.
EFDELTA Backup Power Station
- Overload Protection – When the input current continuously exceeds 20A during a charge, the overload Protection Switch button will automatically pop out.
- High/Low-Temperature Protection – If EFDELTA’s battery temperature is higher than 45°C / lower than -20°C, all the input and output functions will stop and the fan will start working. Once the battery back to normal working temperature, EFDELTA will automatically resume operating.
- Note: AC Powered Device：For power saving when the power consumption is less than 20W, the EFDELTA AC power will be automatically turned off in 12 hours. The rated power of your device is between 1800W to 2000W, it can be powered for 3mins then shut off.
EFDELTA 1300 Advantages
- Recharge EFDELTA From 0 to 80% In 1 hour – In the past two years we’ve dedicated our time and energy into creating the X-Stream Recharge Technology, which provides the fastest recharge rate (up to 1200W) on the market, EFDELTA can be fully recharged within 2 hours by any wall outlet or gasoline generator.
- 1260Wh Capacity With 1800W AC Power – Equipped with 110V /1800W, 3000W surge AC outlets generating pure sine wave output to power a wide range of devices and tools, anytime and anywhere (like computers, heavy-duty power tool, coffee machine, hairdryer, microwave, and CPAP machines, etc. ) and protecting them from undesired.
- Compatible With Any Solar Input Up To 400W
EFDELTA is compatible with any solar panels on the market. In perfect sunlight and with 400W solar input,
EFDELTA can be fully recharged in just 4hours and accepts DC input of 10-65V. For connection of one panel or the serial and parallel connection of up to three or six panels, please refer to the instructions.
- 13 Devices Powered Simultaneously
6x AC Outlet, 4x USB-A, 2x USB-C, and 1x 12V carport
EFDELTA can power up to 13 devices simultaneously and it can be recharged by Car, solar panels, or any AC outlet at the same time.
1 EFDELTA 1260Wh portable power station, 3 types of charging cable (1*AC plug, 1*Car Charge Cable, 1*MC4 to XT60 Solar Panel Cable), 1*EFDELTA Bag, 1*User Guide.
EFDELTA 1800W Solar Generator
EFDELTA packs a massive 1260Wh of energy storage capacity. Finally, a battery that can truly be a home generator. Stay powered for hours and hours with a wide range of devices and tools, anytime and anywhere. With an output of 1800W (3300W surge), EFDELTA meets any standard of any wall outlets so you’ll always feel right at home. Charge your laptop, TV, microwave, coffee maker, and fridge at once.
- Capacity: 1260Wh (350Ah, 3.7V)
- AC Charge Input: 100-120V, (1200W max.)
- Solar Input:10-65V, 10A (400W max)
- AC Output: 1800W (3300W Peak, Pure Sine Wave)
- USB-C*2: 60W (5V,9V,12V,15V,20V,3A)
- Fast-Charge*2: 28W (5V,9V,12V, 2.4A)
- Car Port : (13.6V, 8A max.) + USB-A*2: 12W (5V, 2.4A)
- Operation Environment
- Charge: 32-113°F (0-45°C)
- Discharge: -4-113°F (-20-45°C)
- Humidness: 10%~90%
- Weight: 30.9lbs
- Dimension: 15.7 x 8.3 x 10.6in
EFDELTA Customer Reviews
EFDELTA Backup Power Station – I’m using two 100w flexible solar panels with it and on a cloudy day it takes in about 120w and max out at 180w of power!!! It is astonishing that it can also run my table saw and miter saw with 1800w output! What a monster! This is by far the most powerful power bank I own. – Tools. Electro. DIY
EcoFlow Delta 1300 Test
EFDELTA Backup Power Station – A full campsite Power Source, enabling Glamping at its finest. The main reason why I’ve gotten into these portable power stations is that during Coachella last year, someone in our group had brought a smaller unit and used it to blow up our mattresses, charge our phones, and camera batteries, and it worked the entire weekend. It did recharge during the day with a solar panel, and I was damn impressed. I tried these smaller units myself, but I guess I’m a bit more glamping with my needs.
Test #1 – Setting up a full campsite in my bedroom to get an idea for what my campsite will look like once we’re all able to get outdoors and go camping again (damn you COVID19). This Station effortlessly powered some Edison bulbs, a projector, two MacBook Pros, an air pump, two smartphones, Sony a7iii battery charger, a 42” 4K TV, and an Nvidia Shield. This was after using the Power Station for some photo lights I used to light the room extra bright (to really stress test this unit) while setting everything up.
This Power Station powered everything flawlessly! We had it hooked up to most of the items listed above all night long, and when we woke up, still had enough juice to fire up my hot water kettle and make a French Press full of coffee. I would say Test #1 was a huge success.
Test #2 – Working on photo/video projects anywhere I want. I’ve always had the dream of #vanlife, but I’ve never pulled the trigger. So, in a way to emulate it, I’ve always wanted to set up my editing desk in a scenic spot, looking over an ocean, lake, or some mountains. With the Delta, I had to give this a go. As you’ll see in my video, the location was stunning, the weather beautiful, and my entire editing setup was being powered by a battery! This was just a dream, and the Delta enabled me to make it happen. I worked outside for about three hours, then packed up and headed home. The Delta had only used about 20% of its charge.
Test #3 – Recharging from the wall outlet and a solar panel. This unit can indeed go from a few % charge to 80% in an hour when plugging into the wall. When I first plugged it in, I thought it was going to take hours. Fast forward 30 minutes, and this thing had steamrolled through the 40% mark and was damn near 50%. It took just about an hour twenty to fully recharge this station.
Solar Panel recharging time. I have a 60w solar panel from another brand and seeing that with an adapter (not included) I was able to run it, I did. The panel is supposed to be able to charge at 60W, but in reality, it gets closer to 25-30W. Because of this, even after a full morning and afternoon, I was not able to get to a full charge, but it was exciting to see that I could recharge from solar at all, especially with a different branded panel. If you’re going to go this route, get a significantly bigger panel, or just concede that solar will just stretch your charge out.
After all this praise, I think it’s important that I touch on the negative pieces of this unit. Two things come to mind. One is the weight, but it’s kind of expected when you can carry around this much juice in a well-constructed unit. For me, it’s totally fine, but for my girlfriend who is smaller, it’s tough for her to move around.
The other item is the fan sound. This Power Station does have some pretty aggressive cooling fans that kick on under heavy load or when charging. With the amount of electricity pumping in and out of this station, I kind of understand it, but I’m sure some clever engineer could solve this problem, maybe install larger slower moving fans?