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Renogy Phoenix Portable Generator All-in-one Solar Kit with Replaceable Battery
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- The Phoenix is an all-in-one portable solar power system specifically designed for mobile, off-grid applications and is ideal for emergencies
- This compact, lightweight back-up system combines two highly efficient Renogy 10W Monocrystalline Solar Panels and can expand up to 120 watts with additional PVs
- The Phoenix can be charged by solar, AC power, or car power and comes with a 16Ah Li-ion(NMC) battery
- The included 16Ah Li-ion(NMC) battery is replaceable, giving the capability of limitless power
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Space for All of Your Devices!
Multiple Input and Output Ports for AC and DC.
- 1 x AC Input Port
- 1 x AC Output Port
- 1 x Cig Input Port
- 1 x Cig Outout Port
- 2 x Solar Input Ports
- 2 x DC Output Ports
- 4 x USB Output Ports
The Phoenix Generator
20 Watt All-in-One System
- Built-in Monocrystalline Solar Panels (20 Watts)
- Expandable Up to 120 Watts of Solar
- Rechargeable with AC, Solar, Cig Port
- Replacable Li-ion Battery Pack
- MPPT Charging Technology
- Pure Sine Wave Inverter
- Multi-mode 3W LED
- LCD Readout
Flexible Charging Sources
Common household appliances such as electric lamps, coffee makers, and heaters.
Appliances using batteries, such as flashlights and battery power sources.
MPPT Charging Technology
- Maximum Power Point Tracking method
- Finds the maximum operating point for your panels
- Up to 99% efficient
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|Item Dimensions||16.1 x 13.8 x 3.9 in||4.33 x 11.41 x 5.2 in||—||6.5 x 12.2 x 10.2 in||11.2 x 13.7 x 6.3 in||6.3 x 9.84 x 3.39 in|
|Item Weight||12.8 lbs||7.05 lbs||7.05 lbs||12.5 lbs||15.4 lbs||5.51 lbs|
|Power Source||AC and Solar||AC, DC (Solar)||Battery-Powered||Battery-Powered||AC, DC (Solar)||AC, DC (Solar)|
|Voltage||110 volts||110 volts||12 volts||110 volts||110 volts||—|
|Wattage||150 watts||500 watts||140 watts||500||—||200|
The Phoenix is an all-in-one portable solar power system specifically designed for mobile, off-grid applications, and is ideal for emergencies. This compact, lightweight back-up system combines two highly efficient Renogy 10W Monocrystalline Solar Panels and is capable of expanding up to 120 watts. The included 16Ah Li-ion(NMC) battery is replaceable giving the capability of limitless power. The Phoenix is ideal for powering several on-the-go appliances during a weekend trip, or even in an emergency situation.
Notice: Do not leave the Phoenix out in excessive heat (104°F +) for long periods of time doing so may cause the Phoenix to overheat.
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This is not enough power to be a miracle, so don't expect it to power a CPAP all night if you use a humidifier, but it can possibly do so without one. It will not power a camper on a week long trip, and it will not allow you to consistently charge high volume batteries in rapid order (IE: power tools where you replace the dead battery with a live one in order to work non stop). Yes, this may support the action for a while but it is not an all day replacement for a real outlet. However, it is perfect for charging phones or a laptop when power is just not available. Say, a camping trip where you are taking photos constantly....or a power outage lasting a few days and you need to keep a portable radio charged up. This is a tool to help, but does not replace a true power source. However, I never expected it to.
There is one advantage with this particular model that cannot be found elsewhere, and that is the replaceable battery. Sure, there are kits that cost thousands where you can, but a small portable device that can is rare. Overall this works better than expected, but people often have expectations that are neither logical or prudent.
Low price for a great package
Great quality construction
Separate AC and DC options, no wasting power by having both on when not needed
Lightweight, like an older laptop or a current one with all the extra power for 3D animation plus a spare battery
Can connect additional solar panels so this can stay in the shade (and thus cooler)
On screen display of status
Water resistant when not being used as a power source
Needs charged every two months
Not capable of powering CPAP all night
Semi-fragile (lets face it...solar panels are inherently so, and these are not the flexible ones)
Sensitive to heat
SLOW charge (10 hours with good light using built in array)
We added the Renogy 50w polyRenogy 50 Watts 12 Volts Polycrystalline Solar Panel for quicker solar charging time. The panel was ready to hook up to the Firefly, straight out of the box, with all connectors included and no need to purchase anything else.
The Firefly's all-in-one design takes the guesswork out of solar back-up for CPAPs for the electronically challenged. Highly recommended.
Super well made product very solid and rugged . Dont buy any other portable power this is all you need .
On contacting Renogy with this exact same defect, I was told that the warranty did not reset with receiving the replacement unit!!! I was in disbelief. I let them know that is so wrong. I can't have one 365 day period where I get my $500 worth. I let them know that I would have something to say about that, and here it is. Oh yes, and there's more. Last night the top left clasp snapped off. Also, the "plug in" compartment cover broke off as well, though a dog had something to do with that.
Of note, Renogy offered me a discount if I wanted to buy a new device, hahahaha.
Here's are photos of the 2nd failed USB dongle which can not be reinserted, making the device much less useful to me. On interest I'll share photos of the other broken off pieces.
Sincerely, Denis of Kelly Green Technology