Bluetti EB3A power station launches in Europe with fast recharging and eight outlets
The Bluetti EB3A power station has been launched in Europe. As previously reported, the device was showcased at IFA alongside the new Bluetti EP600 Powerstation, as a source of energy during a power grid outage or for providing power in your garden. The EB3A has a LiFePO4 battery pack with ‘super fast recharging’, going from 0 to 80% charge in 30 minutes.
The EB3A supports solar charging up to 200 W, charging fully in around two hours. Plus, you can recharge the power pack via AC and solar inputs simultaneously to speed up the process. The company suggests that the battery cells can last for over 2,500 cycles and fully charge a 100 W laptop 2.5 times or an iPhone 12 25 times on a single charge. The power station has a maximum output of 600 W, with eight outlets. These include 100 W USB-C PD, 15 W USB-A, DC, 600 W AC ports and a wireless charging pad.
You can control the gadget and view real-time information in the BLUETTI App, and a BMS protects the device from issues such as short circuits and over-voltage. The device weighs 4.6 kg (~10.1 lbs) and measures 10.0 x 7.1 x 7.2-in (~254 x 180 x 183 mm), making it reasonably easy to transport. You can currently buy the Bluetti EB3A power station in Europe for the discounted price of €299 (~US$300); from October 1, the gadget will retail for €399 (~US$400). The device launched in the US earlier this year, retailing for US$299; the power station is currently selling for the discounted price of US$239.