|Item Weight||13 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16 x 13.2 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||PPRH5|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PPRH5|
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- 500 amps / 1000 peak amps jump starter with heavy duty cables and clamps
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1st UPDATE: After using the compressor and inverter for 3+ months, I'm impressed with the performance. I also got a chance to use this to jump start my truck. The truck battery had drained after sitting over a month without being started. The power station had been charged two months prior and was left in the bed of the truck the entire time. I was surprised when it was able to jump start the V-8 engine with ease. I had to let it charge the truck battery for about 1 minute before starting the motor. I'm raising the 3 star rating to 4. Would be a 5 if not for the short hose, cheap air valve and short jumper cables.
2nd UPDATE: 2+ years later, it's still working great!Read more ›
Okay, what is the amp-hour rating? Don't worry about it - for jump-starting. Amp-hour ratings are essentially meaningless for this purpose. What is more important for jump-starting is the peak ampere output. This unit is rated at 900 amps peak, so it should be adequate for jumping almost everything but those vehicles with large V-8 gas or diesel engines, and, with proper technique, it may even suffice for those!
So what is "proper technique"? Well, you have to keep some basic electrical facts in mind. When you turn he ignition key to the "Start" position and the starter first energizes, it draws a LOT of current, typically about 300 to 400 amps for "average" cars, and more for larger ones. (Small cars with smaller engines will draw somewhat less.) The relatively small battery in this unit is designed to deliver surprisingly high power for its size, but there are limits imposed by the internal construction of the battery, and the size of the various connections within the power pack itself.
So, you try to start your car, and discover you left the headlights on last night. You grab your handy-dandy little jump-starter and connect it the way the instructions say to: e.g., red clamp to the positive terminal of the battery, and the black clamp to an unpainted metal part of the engine. You get in the car and note, with some satisfaction, that the dome light now comes on.Read more ›
I'm going to edit this to add some more about the c-pap. My cpap unit is the kind that has two parts - the "blower" and a humidifier to put water in. When camping and using this I just take the "blower" unit and not the humidifier. That is from the cpap manufacturer's recommendations about the voltage of the cpap. It doesn't bother me not to have the humidifier in the tent.
This past summer I went with my son to webelo camp for four nights. This was the longest I had used it. The charge ran fine for two nights plus using it to charge some usb things like a phone. On the third day I toted it out of the campsite to a location where there was power to charge it up. I was down to one red light. The thing is, remember when it is flat it takes more than a day to charge it. I charged it enough that day to run that night, and enough the next day to run that night. Then when I got home it took a couple of days to charge it back fully.
So after a couple of 2-night campouts and one four-night I'd say this. You are safe for one night. You will probably make it two. I am 3/3 for two nights. But you probably won't make it through three without being able to recharge it.
I'm real happy with it though for doing what I need it to do.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This thing is outstanding. I bought it because my car had a parasitic drain and I was tired of looking for someone to jump it - this thing is rugged and easy to use, and didn't... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jessie
I bought the Stanley Power Station in October 2015. Relying on the product to stand up to its description and claim of quality I never tested it to see if it stood the test for... Read morePublished 3 days ago by naveed ahmed
Efficient. Worth the price. Why pay your insurer monthly fees for AAA when you can purchase one of these? Heavy use, holds a charge for three days. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Nheecka
I read where this was to heavy etc. it was a Christmas present for my daughter and she loves it. Does everything as advertisedPublished 14 days ago by Irish Joe
Great features, however after using for a few months, about 12 times, the plastic valve finally broke and it cost me about 20 bucks to replace the end of hose with a metal valve... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Pen Name
Junk. Had two replacements. Fist one pump broke. Second one the charger. Third one started smoking.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Addict
I bought this at Home Depot several years ago. I have charged it monthly to use in case of a power failure. Read morePublished 1 month ago by rabil