Read our Review of the Bluetti AC200P
This is an off grid camper's dream, boasting state of the art tech, and enough power for most users. Weighing in at 60.6lbs (around 27.5kg) and
measuring up at 16.5 x 11 x 15.2" it is a little heavy but it's pretty compact, and if you have the space, then this is a
serious piece of kit. For the avoidance of doubt please note that the power station may be branded as MAXOAK but it's the same machine, just a different name.
It arrived charged and this was great as we able to put it straight to work when the campervan leisure battery ran low during our weekend away, we were then able to use the AC200P to keep the battery charged, the fridge running and the laptop and other electronic devices charged.
2000W of power (surging to 4800W)
With 2000W of power (surging to 4800W!), provided by LifePo4 battery cells, the Pure Sine Wave inverter gives you a reliable, long lasting and of course silent power supply for all your off grid needs. Think of lighting, electric (camping) hobs, coolers and small refrigerators, electric tools, medical equipment, laptops, smartphones, etc. The AC200 has a surge rating of up to 4800W which is massive - if the device keeps on consuming more than 4800W for more than two minutes, the power station automatically turns off.
Touch Screen Control
The AC200P has a great and easy to use touch-screen. The screen means you can easily keep track of how much charge is remaining, what's being outputted at present, and of course it's touch screen, making it easy to control everything. The display clearly shows the charging status of the battery, the input and output in Watts and Volts, status messages etc. The Bluetti also features an eco mode to save energy
13 Power Outlets and Wireless Charging
Boasting an impressive number of power outlets, including two AC 240v power outlets, 2 x 15W Wireless charging pads
, four USB-A and one USB-C port, and two 12v "cigar" outlets, whether your device needs 12-volt, 240 volt, or USB power, the AC200P has it all. It can be charged in an impressive 4.5 hours with a mains charger, and of course it supports solar charging.
The Bluetti AC200P can accept up to a 700-watt, 12-volt solar array, enough for most off-grid applications. It comes with a solar charging lead, but you'll need to provide your own solar panels, or buy the kit which includes them. One potential downside is that the minimum input from the solar panels must be 35V. Most solar panels output around 18v max - so you would need at least two panels, and they must be wired in SERIES not PARALLEL to provide the required voltage to charge the power bank. If you've specced your panels specifically for this then you'll be fine, but many of us run single panels, or if we've got two they are often wired in parallel (which provides a higher ampage output but lower voltage). Just something to bear in mind.
If you’re looking for an incredibly powerful portable powerstation to replace old noisy smelly tech like petrol generators, then the Bluetti AC200P is up there with the best on the market. It's a serious investment (but don't forget our discount code "100OFF"
) but gives you serious tech for serious offgrid capabilities.
To sum up, just fantastic!