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Bluetti 268Wh LiFePO4 EB3A Portable Power Station (Refurbished) EXPIRED

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Refurbished eb3a for $169 on ebay.

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Average UPS will take up the load in 5 to 8ms, this will take 20ms

If you want to keep something that will power itself back on like a fan or maybe a CPAP, it would be fine.

If you're expecting this to keep your electronics on you might be disappointed
bluetti better than river 1, at least need river 2
I thought refurb PowerStations were a bad idea since you don't know how many cycles are left? Should I wait on a new?

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Or for a refurb you can get this unit https://www.ebay.com/itm/14418364...7044038888
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Or for a refurb you can get this unit https://www.ebay.com/itm/14418364...7044038888
bluetti better than river 1, at least need river 2
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i've read reviews that this unit can be used as a UPS? would it be a better purchase for this price than an equivalent cyberpower or apc unit?
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i've read reviews that this unit can be used as a UPS? would it be a better purchase for this price than an equivalent cyberpower or apc unit?
No, it won't kick in fast enough. You could use this paired with a ups though I suppose
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No, it won't kick in fast enough. You could use this paired with a ups though I suppose
It has ups mode..
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No, it won't kick in fast enough. You could use this paired with a ups though I suppose
Yes it can. Hobotech on YouTube did a review and demo the ups mode.
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It has ups mode..
Average UPS will take up the load in 5 to 8ms, this will take 20ms

If you want to keep something that will power itself back on like a fan or maybe a CPAP, it would be fine.

If you're expecting this to keep your electronics on you might be disappointed
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I thought refurb PowerStations were a bad idea since you don't know how many cycles are left? Should I wait on a new?
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i've read reviews that this unit can be used as a UPS? would it be a better purchase for this price than an equivalent cyberpower or apc unit?
i'd also vote no, even idling, not charging or inverter on, this unit runs very warm, has to be using many watts at idle.
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i've read reviews that this unit can be used as a UPS? would it be a better purchase for this price than an equivalent cyberpower or apc unit?
Better off buying a true UPS. Even a used one that needs a new battery. For the money, you'd get way more capacity.
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i've read reviews that this unit can be used as a UPS? would it be a better purchase for this price than an equivalent cyberpower or apc unit?
Yes. I have my isp router and poe switch on this and works fine as a ups
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This was new for $177 the other day. It's consistently $209 but drops pretty often.
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I thought refurb PowerStations were a bad idea since you don't know how many cycles are left? Should I wait on a new?
Normally I'd say maybe yes, but this is a new item that was released this year and the battery chemistry being Lithium Iron Phosphate shouldn't affect it much since it has a higher cycle count to 80% vs older battery tech like Lithium Ion.
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