Bioenno Power BPP120 Portable Rechargeable Battery Pack (LiFePO4 Lithium Iron Phosphate), Built-In Solar Charge Controller, DC-to-AC Inverter, and AC-to-DC Charger. 120Whr
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- Lightweight, Compact PowerPack with Integrated DC-to-AC Inverter, USB Output, 12VDC Output, 110 - VAC Outputs
- Based on LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate) Battery (12V, 10Ah Internal Battery), 120 Watt Hours of Capacity
- Charge your mobile phone 23 TIMES! On a Single Charge! and Provide power to your laptop, lights, and other electronics on the go with the built-in inverter.
- Battery Life: Approximately 2000 cycles. Unit can be charged upto 2000 Times.
- 1 x USB Output,1 x 12V DC Output and 1 x 110V AC Output
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The Bioenno Power 120 Watt Hour Power Pack, Model BPP-120, is a light weight, compact, backup power pack based on advanced LiFePO4 (lithium iron phosphate) technology.
The unit includes an integrated DC-to-AC inverter for powering laptops, cell phones, tablet computers, and other lower power equipment. The DC Input is at 15VDC/3A and can be charged using the included AC-to-DC charger, or via a separate solar panel. The unit also includes two DC outputs. The first DC output is at 12VDC/5A (using a DC plug). The included adapter converts the output to a car socket type. The second DC output is a USB 5VDC/2.1A output, which can be used for powering cell phones and tablet computers. The unit is rugged and durable and is backed by a 1 year warranty.
The charge time is ~4 hours using the bundled (external) AC-to-DC charger from empty state.
How many times the BPP-120 unit will charge a device (on a single charge)?
Smartphone (with 4-7 Watt-hour battery) about 17 to 30 charges, Digital Camera (with 8 Watt-hour battery) about 15 charges, Tablet (with 25 to 42 Watt-Hour battery) about 3 to 5 charges, Laptop (with 50 Watt-hour battery) about 2 to 3 charges.
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I thought the packaging was over the top. We could have saved a few trees.
I've tried with a desk lamp outdoors and charging phones around the house. It does it pretty well. It has 2 power switches, which confuses me a bit, especially as their purposes are not clearly marked. I appreciate the power reserve LEDs, and the built-in USB port, it just saves another thing I need to remember carrying.
At first I suspected an A/C problem, but DC charging with AC off suffers from these issues too.
Originally I got this mainly for two AC tourch lamps, though since switched to a 400wh unit. I'll probably replace this with a notebook orientated battery bank.
So I attached the 2 meter antenna to my 817 and tuned in my local repeater and left the radio on made 3 transmissions (mind you I only use 1/2 watt to hit the repeater 30 miles away.) I left the radio on for the next 7 hours and when I switched it off at bedtime one bar of power had been used. When I got up I turned it back on and transmitted that I was monitoring and left the radio on until 2 p.m. charged up my nexus again . now 2 bars used . when I made several contacts on 2 meters. when I was through I had had the battery on for 24 hours total and charged the Nexus Twice and ny H/T once and used the 817 as well as charged it.
The 3,6 lbs is a back packable weight, for me. But the primary purpose of this battery was to replace the 2 sealed acid batteries I use for firld day and portable operation , the BIOENNO pack is a third of the weight. lasts much longer than the slabs. Although during field day this year I never ran out of power with the slabs and a 5 watt solar panel. With the new 28 watt solar panel and this excellent pack I will not have that worry again. I give this new battery technology a 5 + star rating It fits my needs very , very well. Terry NE4AM a video of the unit [...]
Put it on a 50 watt flaurecent bulb for about 1 hour Wich finally brought the battery capacity to around 60%.
The Bioenno Power 120 seems to put itself in the middle of these when i comes to battery Amp Hours. At 10Ah it uses lifepo4 batteries that can be charged a couple of thousand times weighs a mere 3Lbs. but that also includes the built in inverter. Putting this about 1/2lb more then the Serpa100 once you add the inverter to it. Besides the light weight to AH combination the price point is really nice compared to Goal Zero. The Yetti 250 is the same price at the time of this review (purchased through Amazon) .but like stated earlier the due to the weight I would choose the power 120.
Bioenno also sells a 28 watt solar cell which they claim will recharge this pack in 5-7 hours. I have a Goal Zero Nomad 13 panel that I plan to try soon.
Packaged well for shipping box product box was intact with no dents.
Size, Weight,Cost, Charging Times
Contacted Seller by email a few times. Responded back quickly usually same business day.
Company located in California.
Inverter fan is very quiet
1.5V 2.1 amp plug
Loud Power switch to turn Battery on
Very bright blue light indicator that is always on when unit is on
Side Handles (to small to fit fingers around unless your a child) could be used to hang somewhere I guess
Product, I think is made in China. I could not find where it is made anywhere on the box, user manual, or on the product.
instruction manual had clear misspellings as well as accidental chines charters where English characters should be. If those simple easy to catch mistakes are made, I am a bit concern about overall quality control.
Things I would like to see different
I would rather have a built in female 12 volt plug instead of the useless side handles
lower light indicator or one that goes off after a minute or so
remove the loud power button. I have the light I don't need both
Have 2 USB plugs to charge two things at once
I plan on some real world testing in the near future as well as provide feed back.