Chinese power stations, which are actually huge fattened power banks, are becoming more popular. We have also reported to you several times about the launch, and now I have made a larger selection of Oukitel Portable Power Station for you. Oukitel is perhaps best known for its high capacity and often rugged designs but has just taken a leap into a fairly relevant product category with its new Portable Power Station.
Oukitel P2001 Power Station
The latest power station from Oukitel goes by the snappy name P2001. OUKITEL P2001 Generator not only can use various household appliances and electronic equipment without stress for a long time but also can be used as an emergency power supply when the power is cut off. six AC outputs and USB-C Out with up to 100 watts. However, it should be noted that all AC outputs are American plugs and deliver 110V instead of the 230V that is usual in Europe. The heart of the P2001 is 48 LiFEPo4 battery cells, the weight of the ultra-potent power station is 22kg and the dimensions are 394 x 279 x 330 millimeters. P2001 owns 2000Wh being capable of providing sufficient power in any power outage situation.
Constant 2000W Output Easily powering any high-wattage home appliances and devices (air conditioners, microwave, fridge, electric saw, electric drill and etc), P2001 even can surge up to 4000W. You can charge P2001 by standard wall outlet, solar panels, carport, or other power generators. Charing P2001 from 0 – 100% just takes you 1.5 hours by the input of 1500W power. P2001 is compatible with any solar panels (12-48V, MAX 500W) on the market. The Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is built to shield your sensitive and valuable electrical devices.
Oukitel P501 Portable Power Station
At 276 x 177 x 198 millimeters and weighing 5.6 kilograms, the Oukitel P501 is much more compact. It offers some interesting features. The capacity of the lithium battery inside is 505-watt hours. There are 5 USB A ports and a USB-C port, two American AC sockets, a DC output, and a vehicle charging port available as output. The sockets ran 110V at 60Hz frequency, the USB A port 5V/2.4A, and the USB C port 20V/5A. Special highlights of the Oukitel Powerstation are its clear LCD screen, a 1W lamp, and dust-protected ports.
The Oukitel P501 is protected against overheating, short circuits, overcharging; too high or too low currents, and voltages when discharging and too high charging currents. The P501 can be charged using the included power pack with up to 120 watts or by solar with up to 150 watts. Alternatively, the cigarette lighter in the car can also be used for charging.
OUKITEL CN505 Portable Power Station
The Oukitel P505 delivers up to 500W of power and has a capacity of 614.4 watt-hours. It has two AC sockets, four USB A outputs (two of them with Quick Charge 3.0), and one USB-C. The power station measures 151 x 181 x 317 millimeters; weighs 7.5 kg, and takes 7 hours to be fully charged. This is ensured by a power pack with up to 90 watts. Alternatively, the Oukitel Powerstation can be charged via the cigarette lighter in the car. Of course, there is also a built-in lamp. Overall, the CN505 seems to us to be the unofficial predecessor of the P501.