Revolt power station and solar generator has 2,200 W output and fast charging
The Revolt HS-1200 Powerstation & Solar Generator is now available in Europe. The portable power station has a 2,240 Wh capacity and a maximum power output of 2,200 W. There are 11 ports on the gadget, including a 12 V cigarette lighter socket, two 12 V DC sockets and two 230 V AC sockets. The device includes six USB ports: three 15.5 W USB-A ports and a fourth 18 W USB-A port, alongside two USB-C ports with up to 100 W and Quick Charge 3.0 technology.
You can recharge the Revolt HS-1200 via a 230 V power supply or your car's 12 V cigarette lighter. Alternatively, you can use a solar panel to charge the LiFePO4 battery, with a 90% conversion rate from a solar power supply.
Revolt claims the power station is durable and can withstand over 2,000 charging cycles. Plus, the cells are protected against issues such as overvoltage and overheating. The gadget has a built-in LED light with four lighting modes and a display to show information like battery charge level. The portable device measures 47 x 31 x 30 cm (~18 x 12 x 12-in) and weighs 24.7 kg (~54.5 lbs), with a carrying handle fitted on top of the device.
You can pre-order the Revolt HS-1200 Powerstation & Solar Generator via the Pearl online store, which ships to EU countries such as the Netherlands, France and Italy. The gadget is currently selling for the discounted price of €1,999.99 (~US$2,038); the device usually costs €2,999.95 (~US$3,056). The power station is due for delivery in October.