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  • 3-W x 600-W AC outlets and 288-Wh capacity: the Ecoflow River can power up to 10 devices simultaneously with three pure sine wave AC outlets
  • Recharge from 0% to 80% within one hour: with Ecoflow's patented X-Stream technology, the smart inverter enables a fast rechargeability that takes less than one hour to charge from 0% to 80% and it gets fully charged in 1.6 hours
  • 11 lb. Ecoflow River is slightly larger than a toaster

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EcoFlow 1200-Watt Peak Output 288-Wh RIVER Push Button Start Portable Battery Power Station & Solar Generator [homedepot.com] $249
This seems like a good price for the specs but I am not an expert in these products.


Features:
  • 2-Year Warranty
  • 3-W x 600-W AC outlets and 288-Wh capacity: the Ecoflow River can power up to 10 devices simultaneously with three pure sine wave AC outlets; the Ecoflow River can power some devices up to 1,800-W with the X-boost mode on with a capacity of 288-Wh
  • Recharge from 0% to 80% within one hour: with Ecoflow's patented X-Stream technology, the smart inverter enables a fast rechargeability that takes less than one hour to charge from 0% to 80% and it gets fully charged in 1.6 hours
  • Compatible with 80% home appliances: the River can power some devices up to 1,800-W with the X-boost mode on, which lets you power about 80% of essential devices like kitchen appliances and DIY tools
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moneybartender asked this question on 05-24-2022 at 04:30 PM
05-26-2022 at 11:18 AM
Assuming Starlink has a 120v ac cord, there is no reason you couldn't. There might be better options for you depending on your specific situation.
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288 Wh is the capacity. You can run something drawing 288 watts for 1 hour. 144 watts for 2 hours, 72 watts for 4, etc. If you draw the full 1200 watts, expect less than 15 minutes.
I have this model….it's solid. Lots of great features including pass through charging. Think of it as one of those surge protector/power strips with a battery backup. You can have this plugged into an outlet and then have a device or small appliance plugged into the River. it will run the device/appliance with AC power while charging(and maintaining) the battery in the river. When AC input is terminated, the battery in the River will take over immediately and power device/appliance. It charges very quickly and accepts 300 watts of solar input. The App is very well developed and intuitive with a plethora of info and the River itself has a great LCD/LED readout. An additional battery pack can be added to the bottom of this unit for 700+watt hours of power.
No. It's running watts is 600 with a surge of 1200 watts….it cannot sustain a constant 1200 watts but is more for things like a small fridge when a compressor starts up then levels out. The energy stored is 266 watt hours.

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Any comments on this? Just wondering if anyone has experience with this product.
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Any comments on this? Just wondering if anyone has experience with this product.
It's a solid unit gave mine to my daughter am upgrading for something with about 1500 watts
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I'm an idiot so I need help calculating the capacity. Is the capacity 1200 Watts total?
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Any comments on this? Just wondering if anyone has experience with this product.
Same here...
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I'm an idiot so I need help calculating the capacity. Is the capacity 1200 Watts total?
1200 sustained rated load capacity. Capacity is measure in wh
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I'm an idiot so I need help calculating the capacity. Is the capacity 1200 Watts total?
288 Wh is the capacity. You can run something drawing 288 watts for 1 hour. 144 watts for 2 hours, 72 watts for 4, etc. If you draw the full 1200 watts, expect less than 15 minutes.
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I've been looking into the delta pro or delta max. No experience with them, but I think they make solid devices from my research.
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I'm an idiot so I need help calculating the capacity. Is the capacity 1200 Watts total?
No. It's running watts is 600 with a surge of 1200 watts….it cannot sustain a constant 1200 watts but is more for things like a small fridge when a compressor starts up then levels out. The energy stored is 266 watt hours.
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Can this work similar to a UPS or will the battery die quicker, if it is continuously plugged in? If like a UPS, is there any advantage to this over something like a 900-1500w APC/CyberPower UPS? I don't think UPS have watt hour ratings, but they have surge protection.
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I've got a higher end model from these guys, from their Kickstarter campaign.

Solid unit and a solid deal, imo.
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I have this model….it's solid. Lots of great features including pass through charging. Think of it as one of those surge protector/power strips with a battery backup. You can have this plugged into an outlet and then have a device or small appliance plugged into the River. it will run the device/appliance with AC power while charging(and maintaining) the battery in the river. When AC input is terminated, the battery in the River will take over immediately and power device/appliance. It charges very quickly and accepts 300 watts of solar input. The App is very well developed and intuitive with a plethora of info and the River itself has a great LCD/LED readout. An additional battery pack can be added to the bottom of this unit for 700+watt hours of power.
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288 Wh is the capacity. You can run something drawing 288 watts for 1 hour. 144 watts for 2 hours, 72 watts for 4, etc. If you draw the full 1200 watts, expect less than 15 minutes.
I have a river pro and there will be some loss with the AC to DC converter…forgot how much but it does cut your run time a bit.
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can this be used as a UPS (uninterruptible power supply)? Would love to go to a lithium based system, even at the higher cost.
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