Perfect for power supply during disasters, camping, and sleeping in the car
EENOUR portable power supply P2001 has a large capacity of 2000Wh, and can be used for camping, sleeping in the car, or as an emergency power supply in the event of a disaster for about 3 to 6 days.
High capacity 2000Wh
1.5h fast charging
Pure Sine Wave AC Output
Never lose power again.
Connect the power station between the wall outlet and devices, the power station will automatically switch to the UPS power supply mode within 10ms when there is a sudden power failure such as blackout, voltage sag, or voltage surge. To keep safe and continuous working for the computer, refrigerator,and other equipment below 1100W.
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In addition to AC adapters and solar panels (12-48V, maximum 500W), it is also compatible with car cigarette lighter sockets (12V/24V) and generators, so you can charge anywhere.
|Battery Capacity||LiFePO4 Battery
|USB Output（6 outlets）||USB-A:5V 2.4A Total 24W
QC3.0:5V 3A/9V 2A/12V 1.5A 18W Total 36W
Type-C:5V 3A/9V 3A/12V 3A/15V 3A/20V 5A 100W PD compatible, total 200W
|AC Output(6 outlets)||110V Rated Power 2000W
|DC Output(4 outlets)||DC:12V 3A 36W
Cigarette Lighter:12V 10A 120W
XT60:12V 10A 120W
PV:12V-15V 8A/15V-30V 10A/30V-48V 15A 500W Max
Car Charger:12V 8A or 24V 10A
|LED Light||2W Light/SOS/Blinking|
EENOUR Portable Power Station
Solar Charging Cable(MC4 to Anderson)
Car Charger Cable(Anderson-Cigarette lighter Plug
Yes, it's with 6×2000W pure sive wave AC outputs.
Hi, the P2001 power station can accept 12v-48v DC input. You can use a 170 watt 28 volt panel to charge it.
There are 3 charging cables included: 1×AC charge cable, 1×Car Charge Cable(Anderson to Cigarette), and 1×Solar Charge Cable(Anderson to MC4).
The alarming thing is that the app doesn't let you choose the quantity of W charging. In a camper, I can't charge it. Considering that it only outputs in 720W, kindly provide an app. But it's fantastic.
AdditionalsAC While charging and discharging, a fan makes a sound, it is considerably quieter than the Delta. Additionally, the voltage gradually increases at the start of AC charging before remaining constant at 1100W until the very end. The amount of W has not altered as of yet, unlike the charging delta.
The handles are large and are level with the top of the station. So two persons can help carry and the top can be used to hold phones or devices that are being charged.
This is my 4th power station. The other units I've used are 240Wh, 360Wh, and 700Wh with similar sized inverters. I have a background in Mechanical Engineering and I own 49 fielded/wooded acres. I'm very handy and like to DIY most everything.
I bought this in hope that it would be a silent ready-to-go substitution for a 2000w generator for jobs around my property. So far it has lived up to my demands without breaking a sweat. Basically whatever you can plug into a standard 120V receptacle can be powered by this unit as long as the battery lasts. In theory the 2000Wh battery could power 2000 Watts for 1 hour, or 200 watts for 10 hours. In practice it's less than that due to inverter efficiency losses that all power stations have.
I have used it to power my jackhammer to knock the tops off of boulders in my lawn that the lawnmower would hit. I've used it to recharge my Makita power saw batteries when I'm not near the house. Of course you could plug a corded framing saw or corded chainsaw no problem. There are so many daily use cases for the P2001, some I can remember using are powering an electric pump to fill tanks for watering plants, powering a pump sprayer, powering a battery charger/jump box on vehicles that aren't close to the house or barn, powering a wet/dry vac to empty water out of dug holes, and even belt sanding the doors on my chicken coop so they finally close smoothly.
I can also power my 3d printers with this, yes I have multiple 3d printers. The pass-through power with full Uninterruptible Power Supply functionality enables the P2001 to gracefully switch to internal power for up to 15 hours of print-time. Unlike other units that constantly top off the battery at the detriment of battery lifespan; this efficiently bypasses the battery and inverter while on grid power. This method of 3d-printing has already saved me hours of printing and many $$$ of wasted filament. I power all of my 3d-printers like this now, sketchy grid power be damned!
I haven't needed this in an emergency yet but it would power important things for a while. I'm talking things like a freezer full of meat, or a sump pump, both situations where this could pay for itself in one use. A full charge with AC power can be had in under 2 hours. If you have a gas generator or a neighbor with power I could quickly fill up the unit then use the power over the next many hours back at my home for smaller loads.
I could even use the P2001 to help make money, for example in the field to power an electric pressure washer for small remote jobs, or power a booth at the fairgrounds/farmers market, bringing it home to charge every night. Small silent event power is one place where this would surely shine.
It's just as fast as any other direct AC input power station that doesn't require a power brick, easily under 2 hours from 0% to 100% which is plenty quick for me.
I currently have my P2001 hooked up to a solar bank behind my garage for normal charging. I will use the AC charger if I need it full for a job. It's 6x 100W solar panels wired 2S3P with an open circuit voltage of 40V. Out of the 500W maximum input I've seen 417W but that's due to poor shading and fall weather. 500W isn't class leading but I wouldn't want to carry around more than 500W worth of solar panels either in a portable setting. I have the 200W folding panel from EENOUR too but I haven’t needed to use it yet.
I ironically use the 12V output to charge my other power stations when I have the solar hooked up, beyond that I appreciate the common XT60 connector for a more robust connection than the cigarette lighter or barrel jack form factors.
They work. I charge my phone and other electronics with them.
You might think it's not very useful but when I have the power station in the back of my truck at night I always turn on the light to help see things in the bed. There's also been numerous times where the LED helps me clean up my tools after I worked way too far into the twilight. I haven't needed the strobe or SOS functionality but it's there. Long press the LED button to skip the flashing and just turn the LED off.
Like I mentioned earlier in the review, as long as you don't have unreasonable expectations like running two space heaters at once the AC output is more than enough for any task I've put it through.
The 2000Wh battery capacity of the P2001 is really good at this price point. I have yet to run it past 30% for any job I've used it for but I do try to conserve power whenever possible. If something can wait to be charged up back in the garage then I will wait instead of consuming some of the charge. Just don't be wasteful and it will go a long way.
It's heavy. I'm a big guy so it's really not a problem but my wife can struggle with it. The housing shape is boxy so it's easy to pack in/around the P2001.
I really like:
-No more worries about drawing too many amps like my smaller power stations under normal conditions.
-Anderson Powerpole solar/car input, I especially appreciate that it's non-proprietary.
-MC4 solar connections through the included Anderson Powerpole adapter, again I really appreciate that it's non-proprietary-Built-in storage compartment!!!-No power brick required!!! Any common C13 power cord can be used.
-6 AC receptacles, I haven't needed a power strip yet.
-LiFePO4 batteries are safer and have a longer cycle life than most competitors.
Some premium features it's missing that I don't miss:
-Bi-directional USB-C charging
-Battery expansion capabilities
-Really big solar input capacity, both volts and amps.
Things that could be improved
-The AC charging cable is thick and long which makes it difficult to fit in the storage compartment. Something here can be adjusted to make it go back in more easily. In one of the pictures I show my own shorty C13 cable and a USB
-C wire fitting comfortably in the storage compartment.
-There are no cable ties, in some of my pictures I have included my own cable ties for better storage compartment organization
-The packaging was plain but perfectly sufficient. My P2001 arrived unscathed. I don't like paying for packaging that I’m just going to burn anyways
-The green color is really pleasant, it doesn't scream army or hunter, just green.
-LiFePO4 batteries aren't as power dense as other chemistries, so the P2001 is a bit bigger, and a bit heavier than some competitors that I researched but the benefits outweigh these costs.
-The P2001 needs to be turned on before activating an output. My other power stations turn on automatically when an output is selected. It's only 1 extra button press which can prevent unwanted battery drain I guess. A slider switch would be fast, holding a button down takes time.
You would be hard pressed to find a better deal on more storage and more output for less $. Everything just works and it does what it says.