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I was checking out all these Prime Day Deals and am still on my first mountain dew (5 left) to try to make it through the whole thing and saw three then did some more looking and found pretty much each one is on sale! They might make some good belated Fathers Day presents lol. Perfect for Hurricane Season too!!! Plus I think some of them are cheaper than previous sales too and it looks like its on sale at their website as well, if you know of a PayPal cash back, get more money off. ( Any mistakes please forgive me I am trying to be the first to post to get the rep+ ) ( I might use a deal of this towards my Chase 4K spending for the 100,000 points along with the rest of the prime day shopping. LMAO )

Instead of posting each description here is a summary... They are Portable Power Stations, Outdoor Solar Generator Mobile Lithium Battery Pack AC Outlet, Dc Outlet, USB Outlets (Solar Panel Optional) for Road Trip Camping, Outdoor Adventure, Emergency Power. They come in great for many needs. The sizes are from low to high depending on your energy needs.

The SolarSagas / Panels are solar panels that you can hook up to the units to charge them so you can stay off the grid. They also have ports on them as well of USB so you can just charge via the solar panel as well.

Main link to the Prime Day Link that I saw them on. Then did some more searching.

https://www.amazon.com/deal/9553a...1_9553ad97



Explorer 240

Normal Price: $199.99

Discounted Price: $159.99

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07D29QNMJ - NLA

https://www.jackery.com/products/...er-station

Explorer 300

Normal Price: $299.99

Discounted Price: $209.99

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B082TMBYR6 - expired

https://www.jackery.com/products/...er-station - expired

Explorer 500

Normal Price: $499.99

Discounted Price: $419.99

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07SM5HBK1

https://www.jackery.com/products/...er-station

Explorer 1000

Normal Price: $999.99

Discounted Price: $849.99

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B083KBKJ8Q

https://www.jackery.com/products/...er-station

Explorer 1500

Normal Price: $1599.00

Discounted Price: $1439.00

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08NPPQK97

https://www.jackery.com/products/...er-station

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Explorer 1000 and 2 100W SolarSagas

Normal Price: $1499.97

Discounted Price: $1269.97

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08P2Q83BY

https://www.jackery.com/products/...-generator

Explorer 1500 and 4 100W SolarSagas

Normal Price: $2699.00

Discounted Price: $2279.00

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08Z3FRXW4 - expired

https://www.jackery.com/products/...rsaga-100w

Solar Panels / Solar Sagas


60 Watt SolarSaga / Panel

Normal Price: $179.99

Discounted Price: $125.99

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07PGS2WN8

https://www.jackery.com/products/...olar-panel

100 Watt SolarSaga / Panel

Normal Price: $299.99

Discounted Price: $209.99

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07Q71LX84

https://www.jackery.com/products/...olar-panel


Jackery Store on Amazon has 61,409 Reviews with 99% Positive.

The lowest product review out of all of them has like 4.5 Stars out of 5.

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I'm looking to pick one of these or similar during prime day.

Question- any recommendations on a solar panel I can keep outside? Needs to be waterproof. Want to use this in my shed and have the solar panel permanently installed on the roof. Thanks!
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Similar, and not necessarily an all in one solution. Maybe a lifepo4 battery and a couple panels.

I'd like to install 2x passive POE access points (repeater and AP), both 24v by 0.5a dc is the output of the injector.

What solar wattage and battery size should I be after? Does pwm or mppt make any difference at that scale?

We are in Wa state, and have good southern exposure, but I'd need to size it properly for winter.
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Similar, and not necessarily an all in one solution. Maybe a lifepo4 battery and a couple panels.

I'd like to install 2x passive POE access points (repeater and AP), both 24v by 0.5a dc is the output of the injector.

What solar wattage and battery size should I be after? Does pwm or mppt make any difference at that scale?

We are in Wa state, and have good southern exposure, but I'd need to size it properly for winter.

So looks like you have about 12W required by each, so 24W, I'd assume 24/7, so that's 576Wh per day. Lifepo4 is a great option for longevity. Sizing of the battery and panels is quite dependent on how many days of battery reserve you'd like, such as for runs of many sunless/rainy days, etc.


For reference at LifePO4 nominal voltage of 13.2V, 100Ah is 1,320Wh, 200Ah is 2,640Wh. For 2-3 days of backup 100Ah seems ok, for 4-7 I'd go with 200Ah. If you choose to go with a smaller battery, you may want to add an extra panel or two to keep batteries fully topped up on cloudy days. You're talking some very serious battery money for quality pre-built LifePO4 with a good battery management system (BMS) built-in, which is IMO mandatory (check if it has low temp charging protection!). If you DIY bare cells and a BMS, it could be much cheaper.


PWM vs MPPT matters a bit, but I think either would work for this application. Cheap PWM controller is $20, cheap MPPT is $100+. Just gotta be 100% sure that charge controller is compatible with what LifePO4 chemistry needs.

Panels? If you want longevity go with fixed frame ridgid panels. Best price per watt will be 250W or larger (commercial panels, even used ones are typically fine and very inexpensive). You could go with just one 250-300W panel likely. Or you could go with 2-3 100W panels ($70-$80/ea on Amazon, less cost effective) and should be in good shape. Poly vs mono reallly doesn't matter much unless you're very tight on space.
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So looks like you have about 12W required by each, so 24W, I'd assume 24/7, so that's 576Wh per day. Lifepo4 is a great option for longevity. Sizing of the battery and panels is quite dependent on how many days of battery reserve you'd like, such as for runs of many sunless/rainy days, etc.


For reference at LifePO4 nominal voltage of 13.2V, 100Ah is 1,320Wh, 200Ah is 2,640Wh. For 2-3 days of backup 100Ah seems ok, for 4-7 I'd go with 200Ah. If you choose to go with a smaller battery, you may want to add an extra panel or two to keep batteries fully topped up on cloudy days. You're talking some very serious battery money for quality pre-built LifePO4 with a good battery management system (BMS) built-in, which is IMO mandatory (check if it has low temp charging protection!). If you DIY bare cells and a BMS, it could be much cheaper.


PWM vs MPPT matters a bit, but I think either would work for this application. Cheap PWM controller is $20, cheap MPPT is $100+. Just gotta be 100% sure that charge controller is compatible with what LifePO4 chemistry needs.

Panels? If you want longevity go with fixed frame ridgid panels. Best price per watt will be 250W or larger (commercial panels, even used ones are typically fine and very inexpensive). You could go with just one 250-300W panel likely. Or you could go with 2-3 100W panels ($70-$80/ea on Amazon, less cost effective) and should be in good shape. Poly vs mono reallly doesn't matter much unless you're very tight on space.
That's awesome; thank you for your help!
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I purchased TWO of the 300 model last Tuesday. Now, it's $90 less. I know Amazon cancelled their 7 day price match, but is there anything I can do other than return and reorder these?

UPDATE:

I had also purchased two of the solar panels which are now on sale as well. Returning all 4 items and reordered:

Original purchase: $960
Prime Day purchase: $670

Saved 290 (before tax).

I understand that certain price points were paid for stock specifically acquired for this event, I just with they could figure out how to manage price adjustments for recent purchases in cases like this.
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One Mountain Dew does not a post this long make. Methinks you had this ready to go.
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I purchased TWO of the 300 model last Tuesday. Now, it's $90 less. I know Amazon cancelled their 7 day price match, but is there anything I can do other than return and reorder these?
Doesn't hurt to call CS and explain that you want to save the environment and not waste so much on shipping everything back and re-ordering. Otherwise, I think that's the best course of action.
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I purchased TWO of the 300 model last Tuesday. Now, it's $90 less. I know Amazon cancelled their 7 day price match, but is there anything I can do other than return and reorder these?
Call and ask. It's not in policy, but if you tell them you're going to reorder and return they might give you a "one time" exception. Expect some pushback, but it can work.
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Jackery sent out an email a couple days ago saying the price would be the same on their website, incase anything goes OoS.
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I want one of these but I have a few questions first off what happens when the internal battery dies can you replace it or do you just have to replace the whole unit also is this the lowest prices they have been
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FYI SCE customers may be eligible for a $50 rebate
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FYI SCE customers may be eligible for a $50 rebate
Nice, here's a link to their rebate site. Looks like these qualify. I'll jump on this for $50 off.

https://marketplace.sce.com/porta...-stations/
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Quote from dimjim :
So looks like you have about 12W required by each, so 24W, I'd assume 24/7, so that's 576Wh per day. Lifepo4 is a great option for longevity. Sizing of the battery and panels is quite dependent on how many days of battery reserve you'd like, such as for runs of many sunless/rainy days, etc.


For reference at LifePO4 nominal voltage of 13.2V, 100Ah is 1,320Wh, 200Ah is 2,640Wh. For 2-3 days of backup 100Ah seems ok, for 4-7 I'd go with 200Ah. If you choose to go with a smaller battery, you may want to add an extra panel or two to keep batteries fully topped up on cloudy days. You're talking some very serious battery money for quality pre-built LifePO4 with a good battery management system (BMS) built-in, which is IMO mandatory (check if it has low temp charging protection!). If you DIY bare cells and a BMS, it could be much cheaper.


PWM vs MPPT matters a bit, but I think either would work for this application. Cheap PWM controller is $20, cheap MPPT is $100+. Just gotta be 100% sure that charge controller is compatible with what LifePO4 chemistry needs.

Panels? If you want longevity go with fixed frame ridgid panels. Best price per watt will be 250W or larger (commercial panels, even used ones are typically fine and very inexpensive). You could go with just one 250-300W panel likely. Or you could go with 2-3 100W panels ($70-$80/ea on Amazon, less cost effective) and should be in good shape. Poly vs mono reallly doesn't matter much unless you're very tight on space.
How do I find xxxAH info on the products. I wanna get a 4-7day backup with 200Ah but don't know which product meet this requirement? Thanks! Wonder if a 300 works foe this need!
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Anyone know how these compare to the ecoflow river ?
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