A portable power station is a device used to store electrical charge in an internal battery. The purpose is to transfer the stored electrical charge to your various devices, such as a tablet, a mobile phone, or a flashlight. Portable power stations can be charged in a variety of ways, including the use of solar panels, standard power outlets, and even the use of gas-fired inverter generators.
If you want to leave the grid or prepare for an emergency, Souop Portable Power Station can keep your electronic devices running for hours or even days at a time. It is roughly the same size and weight as a small microwave oven and can provide a steady stream of electricity without the noise or exhaust gas of a gas-powered portable generator. The impressive maximum output, a wide range of ports, easy-to-use interface, and sturdy appearance help it stand out from the competition.
Types of portable power stations-solar
If you mainly use portable power stations for camping, it is beneficial to have a solar portable power station that can charge during the day while you enjoy the sun. At night, your generator will be ready to provide electricity for several hours.
In the past, solar power stations could only use sunlight for charging, which greatly limited their reliability. However, manufacturers have begun to combine solar and portable electric power stations, giving you the option of using traditional power sockets, vehicle power sockets, or removable solar panels for charging. Steadily, this hybrid concept has become the most common portable power station, and few power stations can only provide solar or electricity.