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Note: This includes a 2-year comprehensive warranty serviced by Allstatate.

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  • 1260Wh Capacity
  • Outputs up to 1800W constant, 3000W surge
  • Charges to full capacity in 2 hours via AC outlet
  • Can be charged via solar panel (not included)
  • Ports:
    • 6x AC output
    • 4x USB-A
    • 2x USB-C
    • 1x 12V DC car socket

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ecoflowdirect via eBay [ebay.com] has 1260Wh EcoFlow DELTA Portable Power Station Generator (Refurbished) for $699 - 15% w/ SAVE15REFURB = $599. Shipping is Free

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Be very very careful.

The battery of this is rate around 500 cycles. A refurb will most likely not have this 500 cycle and you don't know how many cycles you have left.

Actual capacity will also be less if it has been used before. Don't expect 1256 WH
These should be $199 tops. Don't buy any of these without LiFEPO4 cells now guys. They are clearing out old technology and still asking WAY too much.
Not LiFePO4. The delta 2 model has the upgraded batteries...



Specs of DELTA (1300)

Net Weight

30.9lbs (14kg)

Dimension

15.7 x 8.3 x 10.6 in (40 x 21 x 27 cm)

Charge Temperature

32 to 113°F (0 to 45°C)

Discharge Temperature

-4 to 113°F (-20 to 45°C)

Color

Gray & black

Warranty

24 months

Charge Method

AC Wall Outlet, 12V Car Adaptor, Solar Panel

Full Recharge Time

1.6 Hours (AC) 13.5 Hours (12/24V Car Adaptor) 4-8 Hours (Using 4x 110W Solar Panels in parallel) 3.5-7 Hours (Using 3x 160W Solar Panels) 4-8 Hours (Using 1x400W Solar Panel)

Capacity

1260Wh (50.4V)

Cell Chemistry

Lithium-ion

Life Span

800 Cycles to 80%+ capacity

Management Systems

BMS, Over Voltage Protection, Overload Protection, Over Temperature Protection, Short Circuit Protection, Low Temperature Protection, Low Voltage Protection, Overcurrent Protection.

Cell Type

18650

AC Charge Input Power

X-Stream charge (1200W max)

AC Charge Input Voltage

100-120Vac (50Hz/60Hz)

Solar Charge Input

400W 10-65V DC 10A max

Car Charger

12V/24V DC 8A max

AC Output (x6)

1800W total (Surge 3300W), 120Vac (60Hz)

USB-A Output (x2)

5V DC, 2.4A, 12W Max, per port

USB-A Fast Charge (x2)

5V/2.4A,9V/2A,12V/1.5A 18W Max

USB-C Output (x2)

5V DC, 9V DC, 15V DC, 20V DC, 3A, 60W Max, per port

Car Power Output (x1)

108.8W, 13.6V DC, 8A max

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If these units are actually refurbished by ecoflow this is a awesome deal.
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Not LiFePO4. The delta 2 model has the upgraded batteries...



Specs of DELTA (1300)

Net Weight

30.9lbs (14kg)

Dimension

15.7 x 8.3 x 10.6 in (40 x 21 x 27 cm)

Charge Temperature

32 to 113°F (0 to 45°C)

Discharge Temperature

-4 to 113°F (-20 to 45°C)

Color

Gray & black

Warranty

24 months

Charge Method

AC Wall Outlet, 12V Car Adaptor, Solar Panel

Full Recharge Time

1.6 Hours (AC) 13.5 Hours (12/24V Car Adaptor) 4-8 Hours (Using 4x 110W Solar Panels in parallel) 3.5-7 Hours (Using 3x 160W Solar Panels) 4-8 Hours (Using 1x400W Solar Panel)

Capacity

1260Wh (50.4V)

Cell Chemistry

Lithium-ion

Life Span

800 Cycles to 80%+ capacity

Management Systems

BMS, Over Voltage Protection, Overload Protection, Over Temperature Protection, Short Circuit Protection, Low Temperature Protection, Low Voltage Protection, Overcurrent Protection.

Cell Type

18650

AC Charge Input Power

X-Stream charge (1200W max)

AC Charge Input Voltage

100-120Vac (50Hz/60Hz)

Solar Charge Input

400W 10-65V DC 10A max

Car Charger

12V/24V DC 8A max

AC Output (x6)

1800W total (Surge 3300W), 120Vac (60Hz)

USB-A Output (x2)

5V DC, 2.4A, 12W Max, per port

USB-A Fast Charge (x2)

5V/2.4A,9V/2A,12V/1.5A 18W Max

USB-C Output (x2)

5V DC, 9V DC, 15V DC, 20V DC, 3A, 60W Max, per port

Car Power Output (x1)

108.8W, 13.6V DC, 8A max
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Quote from Kouskous44 :
Not LiFePO4. The delta 2 model has the upgraded batteries...



Specs of DELTA (1300)

Net Weight

30.9lbs (14kg)

Dimension

15.7 x 8.3 x 10.6 in (40 x 21 x 27 cm)

Charge Temperature

32 to 113°F (0 to 45°C)

Discharge Temperature

-4 to 113°F (-20 to 45°C)

Color

Gray & black

Warranty

24 months

Charge Method

AC Wall Outlet, 12V Car Adaptor, Solar Panel

Full Recharge Time

1.6 Hours (AC) 13.5 Hours (12/24V Car Adaptor) 4-8 Hours (Using 4x 110W Solar Panels in parallel) 3.5-7 Hours (Using 3x 160W Solar Panels) 4-8 Hours (Using 1x400W Solar Panel)

Capacity

1260Wh (50.4V)

Cell Chemistry

Lithium-ion

Life Span

800 Cycles to 80%+ capacity

Management Systems

BMS, Over Voltage Protection, Overload Protection, Over Temperature Protection, Short Circuit Protection, Low Temperature Protection, Low Voltage Protection, Overcurrent Protection.

Cell Type

18650

AC Charge Input Power

X-Stream charge (1200W max)

AC Charge Input Voltage

100-120Vac (50Hz/60Hz)

Solar Charge Input

400W 10-65V DC 10A max

Car Charger

12V/24V DC 8A max

AC Output (x6)

1800W total (Surge 3300W), 120Vac (60Hz)

USB-A Output (x2)

5V DC, 2.4A, 12W Max, per port

USB-A Fast Charge (x2)

5V/2.4A,9V/2A,12V/1.5A 18W Max

USB-C Output (x2)

5V DC, 9V DC, 15V DC, 20V DC, 3A, 60W Max, per port

Car Power Output (x1)

108.8W, 13.6V DC, 8A max
What's the cost of a LIFEPO4 equivalent power station?
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Be very very careful.

The battery of this is rate around 500 cycles. A refurb will most likely not have this 500 cycle and you don't know how many cycles you have left.

Actual capacity will also be less if it has been used before. Don't expect 1256 WH
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What's the cost of a LIFEPO4 equivalent power station?
Delta 2 just came out with LiFePO4 chemistry and is $900 new for 1024Wh after discounts.

Has more features other than the battery chemistry such as expansion battery capability, USB-C PD 100W, Wifi app.
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"1800W total (Surge 3300W)"

Is this enough for 1 large freezer, 1 large fridge/freezer, and 1 office fridge? I don't know their surge levels, but I assume that this is sufficient.

During an outage this week, I had all 3 appliances plugged into my small inverter generator (1800W/2200W), it read no higher than 500W sustained. It also lasted at least 8 hours on a single gallon of gas.

I'd buy this to cover shorter power outages before whipping out that generator.
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Quote from kherbinoskie :
Be very very careful.

The battery of this is rate around 500 cycles. A refurb will most likely not have this 500 cycle and you don't know how many cycles you have left.

Actual capacity will also be less if it has been used before. Don't expect 1256 WH
You sure it's 500 cycles and it's 0 percent ?
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a cycle is 100 to 0, just let it hit 0
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These should be $199 tops. Don't buy any of these without LiFEPO4 cells now guys. They are clearing out old technology and still asking WAY too much.
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What is this used for
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What is this used for
A paper weight after it breaks
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You sure it's 500 cycles and it's 0 percent ?
No, it will not go instantly to 0 capacity. Most LiOn batteries start degrading at 100 cycles actually. Commonly you will see things like 80% life at 500 cycles and so on.

Unless you use this daily, they will likely die from age and storage. If you use this for emergencies only, it is kind of pointless - LiOn are supposed to be kept at about 65% (3.8v volt per cell) for long term storage. Then when you need it, it will not have its full capacity.

Unless the manufacturer has this built-in and never charges the cells above 4 volt but I doubt it.
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"1800W total (Surge 3300W)"

Is this enough for 1 large freezer, 1 large fridge/freezer, and 1 office fridge? I don't know their surge levels, but I assume that this is sufficient.

During an outage this week, I had all 3 appliances plugged into my small inverter generator (1800W/2200W), it read no higher than 500W sustained. It also lasted at least 8 hours on a single gallon of gas.

I'd buy this to cover shorter power outages before whipping out that generator.
You can get twice the capacity and longer life from a lifepo4 amperetime single 12v 200ah battery on amazon, and a cheap china inverter and charge them with a cheap lipo 12v charger. This is a gimmicky little low capacity product for a camper to run on solar and use minimal stuff that takes low capacity.
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