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5120Wh OUKITEL Abearl P5000 LiFePO4 Portable Power Station w/ 5 x 2200W AC Outlets

$2039
$2,999.00
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Wellbots has 5120Wh OUKITEL Abearl P5000 LiFePO4 Portable Power Station w/ 5 x 2200W AC Outlets on sale for $2989 - $950 off w/ coupon code BIGENERGY = $2039. Shipping is free.

About this Item:
  • Capacity: 5120Wh
  • Battery: LiFePO4
  • Cycle Life: 3500+ Cycle
  • UPS: 1400W
  • Bi-Directional Inverter: 2200W
  • Output
  • AC Output: 2200W Rated, 4000W Surge, pure sine wave, 5 x AC 100-120V
  • DC Output: 2xUSB-A 12W, 2 x USB-A QC3.0 fast charge 18W, 2x USB-C 100W PD, 2x12V/3A
  • Aviation Socket: 1x24V/10A
  • Cigar Lighter: 1x12v/10A
  • Input
  • AC Charging: Max 1800W, AC 100-120V, Max 15A
  • Solar Charging: Max 1000W, 12-120V, 15A
  • Car Charging: 12V/8A or 24V/10A

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Wellbots [wellbots.com] has 5120Wh OUKITEL Abearl P5000 LiFePO4 Portable Power Station w/ 5 x 2200W AC Outlets on sale for $2989 - $950 off w/ coupon code BIGENERGY = $2099 > now $2039. Shipping is free.

About this Item:
  • Capacity: 5120Wh
  • Battery: LiFePO4
  • Cycle Life: 3500+ Cycle
  • UPS: 1400W
  • Bi-Directional Inverter: 2200W
  • Output
  • AC Output: 2200W Rated, 4000W Surge, pure sine wave, 5 x AC 100-120V
  • DC Output: 2xUSB-A 12W, 2 x USB-A QC3.0 fast charge 18W, 2x USB-C 100W PD, 2x12V/3A
  • Aviation Socket: 1x24V/10A
  • Cigar Lighter: 1x12v/10A
  • Input
  • AC Charging: Max 1800W, AC 100-120V, Max 15A
  • Solar Charging: Max 1000W, 12-120V, 15A
  • Car Charging: 12V/8A or 24V/10A
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Installed one of these in a she shed with a mini fridge, mini spit, toaster oven, tv, lights, etc and It's been fine for about a year. The shed is off grid with about 1500 watts of solar, there hasn't been any issues with power issues.

Solar input is limited to 110v/15a (Without avoiding damage per the input port, it has taken 1300 watts from solar while outputting minimal power without issue)
Can charge and output simultaneously.
Does not do 240 as it states.
Has an RV plug.(I use it to feed the mini split, fridge, toaster oven)

Concerns I have are battery related to quality/capacity/cycle longevity, fan noise, and internal connection degradation. I also worry about the solar input restrictions.(running 3s2p 36v 250w panels(I know, dated older panels, got them for next to nothing and customer was about to wire the house to grid)

I didn't push the unit hard, I did see it running over 1000 watts without issue.
Just a heads up if anyone is wondering, might be a dealbreaker for some:
Weight & Size Product Weight: 114.6 lbs

Not that I'm saying that is a lot of weight for that much battery capacity, it's not. But if 115lbs isn't something you lift on your own that might make this less useful. "portable" is a bit of a stretch