The movable solar power station AC300 from Bluetti, is capable of delivering 6 kW/24.6 kWh and uses two lithium iron phosphate (LFP) batterie. A 3 kW pure sine wave inverter which forms its backbone, is capable of regulating the AC charging rate.
This power system from Bluetti, can harness a solar input of 2.4 kW and can provide a well regulated, uninterrupted power supply during power outages or some off-grid application.
The portable system consists of the Bluetti's AC300 which is 6 kW power station, that can be connected to portable solar modules, and a lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery module, called the B300, which has a storage capacity of 3.072 kWh.
Speaking to pv magazine, the company spokesperson said “Bluetti AC300 is 100% modular and can accept up to four B300 battery modules per unit, adding up to a total of 12.288 kWh, While connected to two B300 battery modules, the AC300 can be charged with both solar and AC simultaneously, adding up to 5,400 W of power input.”
The total weight of AC300 unit is 21.6kg and this unit is equipped with a 3 kW pure sine wave inverter and have a well regulated AC charging rate. It consists of a dual-core controller which syncs digital and analog signals to control the MPPT module, the inverter and the DC-to-DC module. The system is Bluetooth or Wi-Fi enabled which can be used for some custom monitoring application.
AC300 operates at 35 decibels which is just half of the sound produced by a typical washing machine which operates at 70 decibels. As per Bluetti spokesman the proposed system is low maintenance solution as it has very few moving parts, for that it has an advantage over fossil fuel generators. The AC300 with one B300 battery module is priced at $2,899, and a system with two B300s costs $3,648.