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EcoFlow via eBay has EcoFlow RIVER 600 Portable Power Station 288Wh Backup Battery (Certified Refurbished, RIVER600-US-BP) on sale for $164. Shipping is free.

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  • Includes a 2-year Allstate warranty
  • Can power up to 10 devices simultaneously.
  • Ability to power some devices up to 1800W with the X-Boost mode on
  • Three 600W pure sine wave AC outlets
  • Also controllable using the free EcoFlow app (iOS / Android)
  • Weight: 11 lbs.
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EcoFlow RIVER Portable Power Station 288Wh Backup Battery Certified Refurbished
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EF ECOFLOW RIVER series Portable Power Station
The EcoFlow RIVER series is a compact, portable power station that is built for taking your adventure into the great outdoors. Whether you are camping, over-landing, tailgating, or boating, the RIVER series provides reliable power that lets you take your adventure anywhere.

Support 80% of essential devices with X-Boost mode on;
Fast AC recharge from 0% to 80% in 1 hour and fully charged in 1.6 hours with the X-Stream technology;
Easy and user-friendly control with the EcoFlow App, visualizing the power usage in your hands;

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jon2249 asked this question on 06-14-2022 at 10:27 AM
06-14-2022 at 10:27 AM
I would say OK if you want to dual purpose but dedicated UPS is going to offer a lot more features. Straight from their website:
"It can be an emergency power source (EPS), which will have the same result as UPS for most electronics. Here's the difference.When your RIVER is plugged into the wall, anything plugged into it gets power from the grid, not its battery. If power from the grid stops, RIVER automatically switches to its battery supply mode within 30 milliseconds. That means anything connected will not have power for 30 milliseconds, which may mean sensitive electronics like desktop computers and data servers turn off. Test your devices individually to see if they need UPS to stay powered."
Primexcel asked this question on 06-15-2022 at 11:08 PM
06-16-2022 at 03:53 AM
The amazon page for this unit lists it would power a CPAP for 5-10 hours.

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I would say OK if you want to dual purpose but dedicated UPS is going to offer a lot more features. Straight from their website:
"It can be an emergency power source (EPS), which will have the same result as UPS for most electronics. Here's the difference.When your RIVER is plugged into the wall, anything plugged into it gets power from the grid, not its battery. If power from the grid stops, RIVER automatically switches to its battery supply mode within 30 milliseconds. That means anything connected will not have power for 30 milliseconds, which may mean sensitive electronics like desktop computers and data servers turn off. Test your devices individually to see if they need UPS to stay powered."
wait for lifepo4
Sounds like you're suggesting daisy-chaining UPS and this power station. Daisy-chaining UPSes isn't recommended:

https://pqcustomersupport.eaton.c...-units.htm

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Would these be OK as UPS backups?
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Would these be OK as UPS backups?
I would say OK if you want to dual purpose but dedicated UPS is going to offer a lot more features. Straight from their website:
"It can be an emergency power source (EPS), which will have the same result as UPS for most electronics. Here's the difference.When your RIVER is plugged into the wall, anything plugged into it gets power from the grid, not its battery. If power from the grid stops, RIVER automatically switches to its battery supply mode within 30 milliseconds. That means anything connected will not have power for 30 milliseconds, which may mean sensitive electronics like desktop computers and data servers turn off. Test your devices individually to see if they need UPS to stay powered."
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I would say OK if you want to dual purpose but dedicated UPS is going to offer a lot more features. Straight from their website:
"It can be an emergency power source (EPS), which will have the same result as UPS for most electronics. Here's the difference.When your RIVER is plugged into the wall, anything plugged into it gets power from the grid, not its battery. If power from the grid stops, RIVER automatically switches to its battery supply mode within 30 milliseconds. That means anything connected will not have power for 30 milliseconds, which may mean sensitive electronics like desktop computers and data servers turn off. Test your devices individually to see if they need UPS to stay powered."
Thank you and repped, this is super informative. I am trying to use it for my POE Switch that powers my cameras. For some reason, they fail over when we lose power and need to manually reconnect them. I think UPS will be a better option.
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Anyone got their refurb items before? Are these used or simply like new?
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wait for lifepo4
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I would say OK if you want to dual purpose but dedicated UPS is going to offer a lot more features. Straight from their website:
"It can be an emergency power source (EPS), which will have the same result as UPS for most electronics. Here's the difference.When your RIVER is plugged into the wall, anything plugged into it gets power from the grid, not its battery. If power from the grid stops, RIVER automatically switches to its battery supply mode within 30 milliseconds. That means anything connected will not have power for 30 milliseconds, which may mean sensitive electronics like desktop computers and data servers turn off. Test your devices individually to see if they need UPS to stay powered."
A way to get around the momentary power loss would be to use a smaller UPS between this device and the devices you're powering. Benefits of both. No idea if this will cause a different issue though.
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Tens of refurbished units on Ebay. Sounds promising
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Great paperweight when it breaks in a few weeks
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A way to get around the momentary power loss would be to use a smaller UPS between this device and the devices you're powering. Benefits of both. No idea if this will cause a different issue though.
Sounds like you're suggesting daisy-chaining UPS and this power station. Daisy-chaining UPSes isn't recommended:

https://pqcustomersupport.eaton.c...-units.htm
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This just came out.... https://www.bluettipower.com/prod...er-station
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The battery add-on is also on sale for $180


EDIT:
I got one of the older deals with the allstate warranty for $185.
I've depleted the battery twice now and charged back up with no issues.

Biggest complaint was app setup. Took many failures of the same process to finally go through.
Updated firmware though with no issue.
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