ALLPOWERS High Capacity Generator Meets All your Needs

Boasting a remarkable 288 watt-hours of energy, using only premium components and the most advanced power management technology, ALLPOWERS portable generator packs enough power to fully charge your personal electronic devices, household electronics and appliances, powering up your tools, and helping you keep lights on for emergency use, charging your laptops, cell phones. It’s great to take in your RV, campsites, camping, hunting, farm or the job sites. The portable generator can be controlled by AiPower APP.


Q:What devices can be charged by the ALLPOWERS 288Wh?

A:It is suitable for electronic device rated power is less than 300W and peak power is not more than 500W.

Q: How do I know the working hours of my device?

A: AC output:working time = 288Wh * 0.85 / working power of the device. DC output:working time = 288Wh * 0.90 / working power of the device.

Q: How long does it take to fully charge this power station?

A: Within 5~6 hours from the AC power outlet; for convenience, there are two spare charging options, namely, about 5~6 hours from the ALLPOWERS 100W solar panel (sold separately), and about 6~7 hours from the car cigarette lighter port.

Q:What kind of solar panels can be connected? What kind of charging cable is used?

A:The solar charger of 18V60W~18V100W should be able to charge our generator. The solar input can handle up to 60W of power per hour and is regulated by MPPT. As we know, sometimes it is not always as sunny as summer, so we suggest you choose the foldable 80-100W solar charger. Connection cable requires DC 5525 to Anderson cable.

Q:Could it supply power to the load while charging?

A:At present, for the purpose of battery life maintenance, it is recommended not to charge and discharge at ordinary times, except in emergency situations. When the generator is recharging from AC wall mains, only the USB outings and AC outing are available.As for other output sockets, they are not capable of charging and discharging at the same time, what is more, DC outing will be enabled with priority when there are multiple devices plugged in. for the rest ports,first come first served.

Q:What kind of battery is the product? What is the capacity?

A:High-density lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 78000mAh.


Battery Capacity: 288Wh / 78000mAh

Rated Power: 300W, Peak Power 500W

Output Waveform: Pure Sine Wave

Protection Circuit: Short circuit, over current, over power, over charge, over-temperature, ect

Size: 20.6×16.5x11cm / 8.1×6.5×4.3inch

Weight: 3986g / 137.3oz


AC Input: 220v / 50Hz

Solar Charger Input/Anderson Power Solar Input: 12V-22V / 3.2A (Max.)

Car Charger: 12V-22V / 3.2A (Attention: For 12V battery only, not the 24V battery, use this charging method when driving)


AC Output x 2: 220V / 50Hz

USB Output x 3: 5V 3A (Max.)

USB-C in(out): PD 60W (Max.)

DC Output: 12V / 5A (Max.)

Cigaratte Output Port: 12V / 5A (Max.)

Wireless Charging x 1: 5V 2.1A

Package Contents

1x ALLPOWERS Portable Generator Power Station

1x AC Wall Charger

1x User Manual

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