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Bluetti AC200P Portable Power Station Review


The Bluetti AC200P portable power station has large battery capacity of 2000Wh/540Ah. It is designed for backup power supply in case of power failure at home or for outdoor off-grid power supply. You can use it to charge various electronic products (such as smartphone, tablet, laptop, camera, etc.) or to power various electric appliances with rated power under 2000W (such as household appliances like LED lights, TV, mini fridge and various electric tools).

The compact and lightweight design make it perfect to be used at home, in campervan or on a camping trip.

2000Wh/2000W/3500+ Charging Cycles:

From lights to laptops, refrigerators and power tools, run all your devices with the clean and quiet AC200P Portable Power Station. Designed to be the most versatile and innovative power station on the market, AC200P features a 2000Wh LiFePO4 battery and various DC and continuous AC output of 2000W. Highly suited as an emergency provision while also being ideal for use around the house, camping or travelling.

Multi Outlets of DC & AC Output:

The AC200P has total 13 various outlets: 2x 2000W AC, 1x USB-C, 2x Wireless, 4x USB-A, 3x DC 12V, 1x 12V/5A RV. With the variety of DC and AC outlets, the AC200P can charge up to 13 devices simultaneously. You can use it to charge various electronic products (such as smartphone, tablet, laptop, camera, etc.) or to power various electric appliances with rated power under 2000W (such as household appliances like LED light, TV, mini fridge and various electric tools).

Home/Camping/Travel/Campervan:

The compact and lightweight design make the AC200P perfect to be used at home, in campervan or caravan, and on a camping trip. Whatís more, the AC200P is also a perfect home backup power supply system for emergency.

User Friendly Touch LCD Screen:

The AC200P has a smart touchable LCD screen which can display real-time current, voltage, power, temperature and charging status. Users can independently alter the output voltage, frequency, charging mode, etc.

Where can I get one From?

Bluetti are a quality outdoor portable power station supplier within the UK and Worldwide. Find out more on their website.

The Bluetti AC200P portable power station is currently available from Bluetti at just £1,999.99 but don't forget our £100 discount code below! (RRP £2,199.99). To buy online direct from Bluetti click here. (prices correct at time of publication and are subject to change without notice)

UKCampsite.co.uk Members discount - Save £100!

We are offering all UKCampsite.co.uk members a chance to get an extra £100 off the retail price when purchased directly through Bluetti on their website. Discount code: 100OFF (when used at checkout).

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.

Replaces approx 10 x 100amp Leisure Batteries

The Bluetti AC200P has a capacity of 540Ah - and because it's powered by LifePo4 cells, the onboard battery management system allows 90% of the battery capacity to be discharged . To put that in perspective, that's 486 amp/hours for you to use - that is the equivalent of you carrying around almost ten x 100amp standard lead acid batteries - because lead acid batteries can generally only be run down to 50% of their capacity (giving 500Ah total) and not many of us would have space for 10 leisure batteries anyway- not to mention the weight!.

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

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.

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.

Summary

If youíre 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!



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We have teamed up with Bluetti to offer you the chance to win an AC200P portable power station worth £1,999.99

To find out more and for your chance to win click here -  competition closes 18 July 2021

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    Message posted by Webmaster on 13/05/2021 14:07:39Report Post Report this
The competition to win this amazing bit of kit is now open.

Don't miss out! https://www.ukcampsite.co.uk/articles/view.asp?id=1053

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    Message posted by seanfdh on 13/05/2021 16:06:55Report Post Report this
Quote: Originally posted by Webmaster on 13/5/2021
The competition to win this amazing bit of kit is now open.

Don't miss out! https://www.ukcampsite.co.uk/articles/view.asp?id=1053

Cheers

Ian



I entered yesterday. Will that not have gone through?

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    Message posted by Webmaster on 13/05/2021 16:23:20Report Post Report this
Quote: Originally posted by seanfdh on 13/5/2021

I entered yesterday. Will that not have gone through?





Yep, no need to enter again
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    Message posted by Jane Goodman on 23/05/2021 16:19:44Report Post Report this
Wow what a brilliant prize
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    Message posted by JoanneFin on 29/05/2021 18:47:39Report Post Report this
This power station looks great!
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    Message posted by Webmaster on 08/06/2021 16:05:15Report Post Report this
Don't forget the Bluetti AC200P has a capacity of 540Ah - and because it's powered by LifePo4 cells, the onboard battery management system allows 90% of the battery capacity to be discharged.

To put that in perspective, that's 486 amp/hours for you to use - that is the equivalent of you carrying around almost ten x 100amp standard lead acid batteries - because lead acid batteries can generally only be run down to 50% of their capacity (giving 500Ah total) and not many of us would have space for 10 leisure batteries anyway- not to mention the weight!
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    Message posted by Chris Runner on 09/06/2021 07:07:01Report Post Report this
For some reason I canít type the answer into the question answer box!? Will only allow one digit.
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    Message posted by Chusan on 09/06/2021 09:16:09Report Post Report this
Canít put double number
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    Message posted by Ratty on 09/06/2021 09:19:29Report Post Report this
Hiya,

The power bank can charge 13 devices simultaneously, however the question is How many charging methods are there?, not how many devices can be charged at once.

Once you enter the correct answer as per their website, then you will be in with a chance to win.

Cheers Ratty
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    Message posted by Chris Runner on 09/06/2021 10:42:58Report Post Report this
Thanks. Sorted it now. Read the question wrong 👍
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    Message posted by leef1968 on 10/06/2021 10:48:08Report Post Report this
wow what a prize fingers crossed.
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    Message posted by Schnickie0 on 11/06/2021 06:54:13Report Post Report this
I when do we get the results ???
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    Message posted by Ratty on 11/06/2021 07:08:42Report Post Report this
Quote: Originally posted by Schnickie0 on 11/6/2021
I when do we get the results ???



Hiya, as per the compo pages, this closes on 18 July 2021

Cheers Ratty
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    Message posted by cowboybar666 on 12/06/2021 15:30:24Report Post Report this
Fingers crossed.
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    Message posted by Chusan on 12/06/2021 16:13:22Report Post Report this
Got my entry in now
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