The PowerBank™ is a battery powered AC generator and Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) that stores electricity for use when and where power from the grid is unavailable: remote, off-grid, emergency and black-out scenarios.
Fully charged, the PowerBank™ 5.4 delivers 5,400 Watt hours (5.4 kWh), a sufficient reserve to operate computers, appliances, AV equipment, power tools, fans, electric blankets and medical equipment for hours or days at a time (see run-time chart below).
UPS Mode (Uninterruptible Power Supply)
Remote AC Power
The power required to run equipment in everyday situations varies with the electrical device. Appliances such as microwaves, irons, toaster ovens, and hairdryers require high current for short periods of time. Appliances such as televisions, computers, fans, and refrigerators use low current for extended periods
For example, if all of the following devices are used once a day, the total usage will be less than 1,500 watt hours.
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