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Perfect time for this to go on sale, I needed it for camping.

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The Lithium iron phosphate battery offer GOLABS portable power station 2000 cycles and more than 10 years battery health
GOLABS portable power station build in 1* 60W PD (Input/ output);1* 30W PD Type-C (Output); 2* 110V 200W AC pure sine wave outlets; 2* DC outputs (12V/10A); 2* QC 3.0 USB outputs (3.6V-6.5V/3A, 6.5V-9V/2A, 9V-12V/1.5A); 1* Cigarette lighter output (12V/10A)

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secundum_lynx asked this question on 05-16-2022 at 02:07 PM
05-16-2022 at 02:07 PM
Well let's do the math... 250WH/50W = 5 hours. :applause:

Now that is for the compressor running continuously. If that thing is well insulated and in a shady place, it will reach its set point and then shut off.
At least this is how my compressor fridge works.
So, based on that, external temps, frequency of opening the lid, etc, you'll get more time per battery charge.
05-16-2022 at 02:07 PM
I have the next up Golabs R300 that I use with Massimo CX50 rated at about same 45W. I'm good for 2 days of camping on Eco mode at 37F - 75-85F days and 50ish nights. It's not running constantly at 45W. The cooler is pretty efficient, so if I start with cold food and dont open it every 10 mins, it will only turn on a couple of times an hour. So the setup doesnt work well as a beer cooler, but eggs and milk can last till it's plugged back into the car's 12v on Sunday afternoon.
05-16-2022 at 02:07 PM
About 4 hours
H3110w0r1d08 asked this question on 05-16-2022 at 02:06 PM
05-16-2022 at 02:06 PM
Not even close
aiyaduh asked this question on 05-16-2022 at 03:36 PM
05-16-2022 at 06:14 PM
Super easy to figure out how long anything will run off any battery. Here's the formula. You need to find out how many watts your cpap machines uses, then just divide 240Wh by that number.( Thats the actual real usable power off this device) and thats how many hours in will run. Its that easy. for example, lets say a battery is 200Wh and your device uses 100 watts. it will run for 2 hours. if its 20 watts on the same 200Wh it would be 10 hours. Hope that makes sense. good luck.
happygooddeal asked this question on 05-16-2022 at 05:28 PM
05-16-2022 at 08:30 PM
Yes, really. Look at volts x amps (multiple the two to get Watts) on your router and modem; soong as they're below the 200W output of the unit per it's 120VAC rating, you're fine. For how long they'll run, this unit has a capacity of 240Wh (that's 240 watts for an hour)....take capacity divided by load (240/your watt number) and the new number tells you how many hours (or 1.5 = one and a half hours)

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I got this last time it was on sale for 120. In some ways i want to get the 300 if it goes $165 again. The nicer screen, higher capacity, and higher output.

Things I like.
Portable
A "holding tray" under the handle (i put my phone)
Easy to figure out
Solar charging.



Things I dislike and would like to see some improvement
No Resetable fuse. Its limited only by the circuit board I think. It will just scream at you when overloaded.
Loud beeps when pressing buttons. Trying to look at the display or activate feature gives a loud beep.
No dust covers for the ports.
No protection for cables. (Being portable, its easy to bump into the plugged in cables that can damage the outlets)
No storage for the accessory cables.. very easy to misplace them.
Not even close
Well let's do the math... 250WH/50W = 5 hours. Applause

Now that is for the compressor running continuously. If that thing is well insulated and in a shady place, it will reach its set point and then shut off.
At least this is how my compressor fridge works.
So, based on that, external temps, frequency of opening the lid, etc, you'll get more time per battery charge.

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Solar panels that work with this also on sale:
GOLABS SF60 Portable Solar Panel 60W, Monocrystalline Solar Charger with Adjustable Kickstand, Type C, DC, QC 3.0 USB Ports Chainable for Power Station Phones Outdoor Camping Emergency Home https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B08XM...UTF8&psc=1
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Solar panels that work with this also on sale:
GOLABS SF60 Portable Solar Panel 60W, Monocrystalline Solar Charger with Adjustable Kickstand, Type C, DC, QC 3.0 USB Ports Chainable for Power Station Phones Outdoor Camping Emergency Home https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B08XM...UTF8&psc=1
How is that 60W Solar Panel compare to this one?
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B0748FYFSK/

Or which one people usually prefer for Solar Panel that has everything needed to connect to similar power station?
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Good price for pure sine wave and over 200wh. However, the 200w output is somewhat limiting.
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I have the R300 and like it a lot. The price point is appealing on this one as well.

I realize the one listed here has lower capacity and lower wattage output, but for my purposes (running a small 12V compressor fridge when camping, and charging phones, GPS device, ipad mini) it seems like this would work just as well as the R300, it'd just not run or charge things quite as long.

Anyone have a good comparison of the differences between this i200 and the R300? Mainly wanting to compare build quality and functionality.
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I have the R300 and like it a lot. The price point is appealing on this one as well.

I realize the one listed here has lower capacity and lower wattage output, but for my purposes (running a small 12V compressor fridge when camping, and charging phones, GPS device, ipad mini) it seems like this would work just as well as the R300, it'd just not run or charge things quite as long.

Anyone have a good comparison of the differences between this i200 and the R300? Mainly wanting to compare build quality and functionality.
Totally random question - what fridge do you have, and how long does your r300 run it? I have an r300 as well and also use for my fridge, but just wanted to see what others got out of it.
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How long can I expect a small compressor cooler (45-55 watts) to last with this battery on average?
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Totally random question - what fridge do you have, and how long does your r300 run it? I have an r300 as well and also use for my fridge, but just wanted to see what others got out of it.
In full disclosure, I have not used it enough times to really say. I have a Massimo CX30 from Costco. The couple times I've used it so far, the R300 is enough to run it for overnights or a weekend camping trip and still have some capacity remaining. I have not done any longer trips with it though.

One thing that appeals to me on this i200 is the smaller footprint compared to the R300. I have aspirations of installing it into a more durable box (like an ammo box) and this is inexpensive enough that I might just get one to modify for a project like that.
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I got this last time it was on sale for 120. In some ways i want to get the 300 if it goes $165 again. The nicer screen, higher capacity, and higher output.

Things I like.
Portable
A "holding tray" under the handle (i put my phone)
Easy to figure out
Solar charging.



Things I dislike and would like to see some improvement
No Resetable fuse. Its limited only by the circuit board I think. It will just scream at you when overloaded.
Loud beeps when pressing buttons. Trying to look at the display or activate feature gives a loud beep.
No dust covers for the ports.
No protection for cables. (Being portable, its easy to bump into the plugged in cables that can damage the outlets)
No storage for the accessory cables.. very easy to misplace them.
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can can these run a small Keurig or a water boiling thermo?
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can can these run a small Keurig or a water boiling thermo?
Not even close
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In full disclosure, I have not used it enough times to really say. I have a Massimo CX30 from Costco. The couple times I've used it so far, the R300 is enough to run it for overnights or a weekend camping trip and still have some capacity remaining. I have not done any longer trips with it though.

One thing that appeals to me on this i200 is the smaller footprint compared to the R300. I have aspirations of installing it into a more durable box (like an ammo box) and this is inexpensive enough that I might just get one to modify for a project like that.
Wow that's way longer than mine! Mine is an older ACOPOWER brand one, it's definitely less efficient. That really makes me want to upgrade. Thanks for the reply!
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For those curious about how it relates to a deep cycle, equal rating would be about 12v 20ah.
At 80 percent discharge, you would get out around 16ah.

on traditional deep cycle it's really like .50 percent if you want longevity....

On those portable fridges the compressor uses roughly 50-65w/hr. You will get roughly 4 hours of continuous compressor run time. It will do a water boiling 12v appliance which is about 120vdc....however it will use up a large amount of your storage.
It helps a lot to run the fridge on your drive to whenever and then switch over to this... but trying to keep ice cream is a power hog.. I find around 40 to be a sweet spot.
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