Push the boundaries of backup power supply with the Renogy PHOENIX 1000 Portable Power Station. Powered by a 998.4Wh lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) battery pack, the unit has a total output of 2100W. With 12 outlets, the PHOENIX 1000 lets homeowners and campers stretch the limits and keep life going with immense power during unexpected blackouts or outdoor adventures.
The high-performing 1500W pure sine wave inverter with iBoost mode provides more power to run devices, tools, and appliances rated up to 3000W. Unlock even more power by connecting two PHOENIX 1000 solar generators with a parallel kit to double capacity and increase output. The PHOENIX 1000 has 3 recharge modes: AC, solar, and automotive. You can get this portable solar power station recharged from 0% to 80% in as little as 1 hour with a wall outlet.
Thanks to the built-in Bluetooth module, PHOENIX 1000 puts a host of functions at your disposal. You can track real-time power status, turn on/off ambient light, set auto-off timers, or even adjust the recharging speed-all in the palm of your hand via the DC Home app.
1.How long does it take to fully charge PHOENIX 1000?
It depends how you recharge the PHOENIX 1000 gets recharged. There are 3 ways to recharge PHOENIX 1000: solar, wall outlets, and automotive.
PHOENIX 1000 portable power station can be fully charged in 1.8 hours via a wall outlet, 3 hours with 400W solar panels, and 9 hours through a car port.
2. How many solar panels do I need to top up PHOENIX 1000?
3. Can I use PHOENIX 1000 as uninterruptible power supply (UPS)?
Technically speaking, we regard PHOENIX 1000 as standby power supply (SPS) rather than uninterruptible power supply (UPS) due to its transfer time.
For standby power supply, you can connect PHOENIX 1000 to a wall outlet via the AC input with the included AC power cable. Just briefly press the AC On/Off Button to power on the AC Outlets and plug in devices. The SPS mode will automatically activate. In the event of a power outage, PHOENIX 1000 solar generator will deliver emergency AC power to the devices with a transfer time of less than 20ms.
Please note that PHOENIX 1000 cannot switch from grid supply to the emergency AC power in less than 0ms like a professional UPS does. We don't advise using the PHOENIX 1000 as UPS for critical devices like data servers or workstations. Make sure that the output load is rated below 1500W.
4. What accessories are included with the PHOENIX 1000 solar power generator?
5. Will PHOENIX 1000 automatically shut off output ports when it is not in operation?
6. What happens when the AC load exceeds 1500W?
Thanks to iBoost technology, PHOENIX 1000 can automatically identify which type of load that's plugged in.
For resistive load, PHOENIX 1000 actively lowers the power consumption drawn by the load to keep it operating without triggering AC overload protection.
For capacitive or inductive loads over 1500W, PHOENIX 1000 will be shut off by the AC overload protection. To disable the alarm, disconnect the device from the AC outlet briefly press the AC On/Off button.
Note:The iBoost mode defaults to on. You can enable/disable iBoost with the DC Home app.
7. Are batteries inside PHOENIX 1000 replaceable? Can they be expanded in a certain way?
No, the lithium iron phosphate batteries (LiFePO4 batteries) in PHOENIX 1000 cannot be replaced. If you wish to use high-powered appliances with PHOENIX 1000, you can connect two PHOENIX 1000’s through a single phase or split phase parallel kit (sold separately). With the parallel kit you can get 1997Wh of backup battery storage and a maximum of 2700W AC output.
iStack technology, allows two PHOENIX 1000 to intelligently distribute output based on available remaining power to balance capacity