Hints For Bluetti AC200P when charging via solar. You must have at least 35 volts going into the unit, or it’s not going to charge. The power station can handle 35 to 150 volts at 12 amps max, but if you don’t come in with at least 35, this will not charge up, will not start charging, and then you’re gonna start asking yourself, what’s wrong is it?
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The connection is it? The solar panels are they? Is it faulty? Is it a faulty unit? When in fact all, it is not enough voltage to activate it, and I would definitely say read the manual from cover to cover, and if you don’t, if you have questions, then ask the company the questions, or go elsewhere online, and get the answers to your questions.
But again, that’s a big thing, and also you want to make sure when you’re charging via solar that you have. I’ll show you here, you got to make sure you have this on PV, or it’s not going to charge, and this will also do automatic charging on solar. If you have it, hooked up to solar soon as it starts, there’s enough sun to charge.
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It will do it automatically, so there’s a lot of good things that this could do, and I didn’t cover a lot of it. I didn’t go in-depth. There are reviews out there, and there’s a lot of stuff out there information, but this is a review of the product that I purchased on here, and that’s the purpose of this is. For my impressions and my review of what I think of the unit.
So, when you get to that 35 volts number, you have to use basically pretty much, you’re probably going to have to use more than one panel. I know I do so. I have glass panels, and I also have portable solar panels, and typically, they’re like maybe 20 – 22 open-circuit voltage and that’s without a load on it. So, that’s not enough to use the one.
I would have to use at least two. So, in those cases, I would most likely do it in series to give me the volts. In fact, I would definitely do it because you have to increase the volts. So what happens is with solar panels, just again a helpful hint. In case you don’t know when you connect solar panels in series, the volts add up, but the amps stay the same.
So, if you needed that 35 volts, and you had two panels at 22 each, which would give you 44. If you are in series, if you hook them up in parallel, you’re not going to get the 44. You’re only going to get the 22. So, you got to make sure that it’s hooked up in series. If it’s hooked up in parallel, the amps add up but the volts stay the same. Make sure you’re aware of that.
Now, you may be able to over-panel this as well when charging, and what do I mean by that? This will take 700 watts of solar at 150 volts maximum. So, I can put this panel with 800 – 900 watts of solar panels on here. I can if they’re capable of producing 1000 watts as long as I’m within the 35 to 150 volts. I can do that.
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Now, if it’s a sunny day, and I’m getting the 700 in here. If the panels can do 1000, this is only going to 700. So, I have 300 wasted watts of energy. So, I wouldn’t want to purchase specific panels for that reason, but if I had them already where it would come into on a cloudy day where I may not get that 700 with just 700 watts of panels.
I may need 800, 900, or 1000 watts based on the conditions. The weather conditions in order to get me to the 700, so that’s what I mean by overpowering, over paneling, and it can prove to be very useful. However, again, you don’t want to go over the 150 volts, make sure the DC and the AC buttons are ON or OFF accordingly, or these will not work, simple as that.
Saving Mode Bluetti AC200P
Hints For Bluetti AC200P, There’s also an eco power-saving mode in here, and you’ll see it here. It says eco mode, no or yes. So, with it OFF, if I put it ON, it will shut down a certain period of time with a low load, and I leave it OFF because I don’t want that. So, if you were to purchase a unit like this, you would want to explore the eco mode. You could use it effectively, or not use it at all.
That is because if you left this ON to power something for a long period, let’s say overnight, and if it was something that kicks off, and then kicks on, if it wasn’t given this enough power, it will trigger the eco mode to shut the unit off. So, which you wouldn’t want anyway, just something to look at, and also to set the time and date. I mention that, but you have to do each digit individually, or it will not work.
And you know my thoughts on the clock anyway. And again solar panels do not need a controller because this product has a built-in MPPT controller. I also purchased the two-foot heavy-duty extension cords, due to the weight of this product, so I can leave this on the floor, or on a dolly, or a cart, and not have to lift it and place it on the counter, because 61 pounds, my wife can’t even lift.
I bought two cables that I can use heavy-duty, that I can leave on the floor. The unit on the floor, or the dolly, and I can connect anything I want, because I got 15 feet, and I was going to use that for doing the pass-through charging with solar. I can put this unit by the front door, run the 15-foot cable to the refrigerator, run the solar cables out the door, and I’m good to go.
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In summary Hints For Bluetti AC200P, I love this thing, it’s good to look at. It can run anything I have or need, and it’s just a good unit. It will power the big stuff and that’s important. One thing is, though the weight is 61 pounds, it’s manageable but heavy without a portable dolly, or some kind of dolly, or cart, or something. I don’t want to be carrying this around the house.
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