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The Neutron 1200 can charge/power devices that operate at less than 1500 watts. It's important to note that the total wattage of all connected devices should also be under 1200 watts. If the power requirement exceeds this limit, the Neutron 1200 will automatically shut off. Please check your device's specifications before making a purchase.
You can calculate the working time using the formula: Working time = 1200Wh*0.85/operating power of your device. For example, if the power consumption of your device is 60W, the estimated working time would be approximately 17hrs. Please note that actual power consumption may vary based on different usage scenarios.
The Neutron 1200 has a maximum input wattage of 400W. As to the recharging time, it depends on the solar panel you are using and the prevailing weather conditions. For example, if you connect two 200W solar panels together with an adapter cable, you can quickly recharge the Neutron 1200 within 3 hours. However, if you're using a single panel, the approximate recharging time is around 6 hours. It's important to note that recharging time may vary based on factors such as location, temperature, and weather conditions, so the actual time may differ.
Yes, you can use the Neutron 1200 to charge devices while it is being recharged at the same time.
They can be connected at the same time, and the power supply priority is AC > solar panel/car charging port
No you don’t have too. But it is a nice app that gives you a lot of flexibility to maximize the power station.
In this way, you can re-calibrate the State of Charge system to reflect the actual charge and prevent unusual battery discharge.