BLUETTI, a trailblazer in portable power solutions, is set to captivate audiences at CES 2024 in Las Vegas from January 9th to 12th.
This year, the company promises not only to showcase its established power stations but also unveil two groundbreaking innovations poised to redefine outdoor power solutions in the first quarter of 2024: the BLUETTI SwapSolar and the AC240.
Bluetti SwapSolar: Revolutionizing Portable Power for Adventure Seekers
One of the standout products in BLUETTI’s CES lineup is the SwapSolar, a fusion of the AC180T portable generator and the BLUETTI MultiCooler portable refrigerator. The AC180T introduces a hot-swappable battery system, allowing users to interchange its two 716.8Wh batteries for instant power, a feature ideal for outdoor enthusiasts.
But the true marvel lies in its compatibility with the MultiCooler, a versatile 3-in-1 fridge, freezer, and ice maker.
The MultiCooler stands out with its ability to produce crystal cube ice in minutes from a water bottle, using an innovative technology that operates even when connected to a car without an internal battery. With multiple compartments and temperature settings, it offers the convenience of keeping food fresh or frozen while on the move.
Pairing this with the AC180T extends road trip adventures to approximately 6 days with a full battery charge, ensuring continuous power for culinary delights on the go.
The BLUETTI SwapSolar will be available for a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo starting January 9, 2024, with an official launch scheduled for February 2024.
Bluetti AC240: Conquering Outdoor Challenges With Weatherproof Power
Also joining the innovative lineup is the AC240, an outdoor power station that boasts an IP65 rating for water and dust resistance. Building on the success of the previously launched water-resistant AC60, the AC240 takes durability to new heights, catering to various outdoor activities like beach outings, desert adventures, yachting, and more.
This robust power station delivers 2,400W of power, capable of running essential appliances like fridges, air conditioners, microwaves, and coffee makers in RVs or remote settings. Its 1,536Wh LFP battery sustains a 20 cu. ft. modern fridge for at least one day, with a rapid 70-minute grid charge or a 2-hour charge from a 1,200W solar input.
Moreover, the AC240 is expandable using the B210 expansion battery, providing an additional 2,150Wh of power and doubling as a water-resistant DC power supply for smaller devices. The flexibility to combine two units amplifies output to 4,800W and storage to 20kWh, offering extended power options and 15ms UPS functionality for reliable home backup during outages.
Catch the early bird offer when the AC240 launches for sale on the BLUETTI official website and Amazon on April 2, 2024.
Showcasing a Diverse Array of Power Solutions
Beyond these groundbreaking innovations, BLUETTI will exhibit various portable generators and home storage products at CES 2024. Among them are the IP65 water-resistant and lightweight AC60P, the compact AC2P, and modular battery systems like the AC500 series, AC300 series, EP900, and EP800. Each product is tailored for specific indoor, outdoor, or whole-home backup needs, catering to diverse lifestyles.
BLUETTI AC500: Versatile Powerhouse
The BLUETTI AC500 is a powerhouse with a 5,000W rated power (10,000W surge), offering expandable capacity from 3,072Wh to a staggering 18,432Wh. Its LiFePO4 battery boasts over 3,500 life cycles to 80% capacity, ensuring enduring performance.
Equipped with smart app control via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, this system features a 240V/10KW split-phase system when combined with 2 AC500 units and 2 B300S, providing a maximum capacity of 36.8kWh.
With six ways to recharge (AC/Solar/Car/Generator/Lead-acid Battery/Dual Charging), 16 versatile outlets for 99% of devices, and a reliable 24/7 UPS home backup, the AC500 guarantees robust, flexible power solutions.
BLUETTI AC300: Compact Power Excellence
Compact yet powerful, the BLUETTI AC300 offers a 3,000W AC pure sine wave inverter (6,000W surge) and a 3,072Wh capacity that’s expandable with up to 4 B300 units for a total capacity of 12,288Wh.
Similar to the AC500, it’s built with a LiFePO4 battery designed for over 3,500 life cycles to 80% capacity. The AC300 supports 240V split-phase bonding when utilized with 2 AC300 units and 2 B300 units.
With seven recharge options (AC/Solar/Car/Generator/Lead-acid Battery/Dual AC/AC+Solar), a maximum solar input of 2400W, and rapid 5400W fast dual charging via solar and AC, the AC300 ensures reliable and efficient power for various applications, including 24/7 UPS home backup.
BLUETTI EP900: Robust Power, Unrivaled Warranty
The BLUETTI EP900 stands tall with a whopping capacity to support devices up to 9,000W at 120V/240V. Expandable from 9,920Wh to an impressive 19,840Wh, this system comes with an industry-leading 10-year warranty, showcasing its durability and long-term reliability.
Built for safety with a LiFePO4 battery and featuring IP65 water-resistant properties, it’s suitable for both indoor and outdoor installations.
The EP900 is designed for seamless compatibility with existing or new solar systems and allows for electricity resale to the grid, delivering an efficient and effective energy solution.
BLUETTI EP800: The Off-Grid Power Revolution
More than just an energy storage system, the BLUETTI EP800 is a gateway to energy cost reduction during peak hours, offering uninterrupted power during outages and facilitating an off-grid living style.
Its easy installation integrates seamlessly with current or new solar systems, eliminating extra labor costs through AC coupling or direct DC coupling with solar panels. Ensuring swift response times of 20ms during power outages, the EP800 provides continuous power to essential appliances like refrigerators and CPAP equipment.
With expandable capacity via B500 expansion batteries and an impressive 7600W output at 120V/240V, the EP800 empowers users to live off the grid while enjoying modern conveniences.
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