Anker SOLIX F2000 (PowerHouse 767) with Expansion Battery and 200w Solar Panel Review


45 thoughts on “Anker SOLIX F2000 (PowerHouse 767) with Expansion Battery and 200w Solar Panel Review

  1. like mine so far but it can be kind of quirky on the readout info. For instance, with mine, I can plug in a small wattage lamp and see no output. I can then plug in a 50w fan and it jumps to 55w or so. Then I can unplug the lamp and it drops just a few watts. So, it will sometimes not read small loads.

  2. When will you reviewers get the message. Stop building a watch and tell me what time it is. I want to know if this (battery) will power a window air conditioner for 24/7 with solar assist. And if so break that down. What kind of panels etc.

  3. The sequential charging and discharging of the main/extra battery is a bit of a disaster for two reasons. Firstly it's going to maintain the main battery at 100% charge for extended periods of time, which will certainly shorten its life. Secondly, when pulling a large current (say 2000W for an air fryer), all of that load is going to be carried by one battery creating large amounts of heat through rapid discharge and again shortening the life of the battery. The same applies when fast charging. Ideally you want large currents (either loads or charging) to be shared across both batteries to reduce stress. This 'feature' alone disqualifies this unit from my consideration.

  4. I've seen other people also comment on the fact "you can charge from ac or solar but not at the same time", but how's that an issue. If you have access to fast ac charging why would you even need solar at the same time. You can have both connected, but the Anker knows when ac mains is plugged in and switched on an prioritises that BETTER input. Makes complete sense to me.

  5. I need battery which will keep my big upright freezer going when the grid goes down. I'm worried it will take more power when the condenser comes on what Anker can produce. I also want an extra battery so I can charge it separately (hope) while the other batter is keeping the freezer cold. Am I looking at the wrong product or wrong size. It is not my home so I can't put in a whole home off grid system for lights and other appliances. I only cook off of a single induction plate. any suggestions?

  6. Not a DIY pro, I'm seeking basic information for a typical dummy and then hire certified electrician to do all the work. Price is always an issue in doing major projects, but only one part of the decisions.

  7. Thinking of buying a big power station to accompany a solar panels installation on my garage roof to reduce / eliminate my monthly utility bills. Lots of decisions to make…

  8. Hi Todd great thorough review, just wonder it’s solar panel can fully charge the 767 in uk summer ? I’m wondering if 767 can reduce a bit of energy bill

  9. thank you Todd, trying to find a solution, Amazon offerings, or custom made // no need to reinvent the wheel, and the concern for current drop is likely invalid

  10. Would like to know how this setup would be mobile detailing out of an electric vehicle while using solar panels while stopped at a customers house powering the power washer, vacuum, air compressor and charging Milwaukee batteries for drills and such

  11. Todd it seems like using two EcoFlow 400 watt portable panels in series would exceed the 60 volt limit on this unit, but would they work if wired in parallel to charge this unit, or might that exceed the amp limits of the Anker 767?

  12. great review Todd…..I have been debating on the 200w panels because I have a jackery 200w panel and would have to get all kinds of adapters……if these panels are truly capable of near panel rating, I may just get the bundle…..I camp and want internet power when we have power outages in SoCal… you have any comparison data or personal opinion on the Jackery 200w vs Anker 200w panel? I would really appreciate any help and your opinion/suggestion considering using the Anker 767…thank you I advance for any help…

  13. Can you recharge a power supply by plugging it into another power supply? Can you recharge an Anker 767 by plugging it into an Anker 767 (not needing solar panels)? Or recharge by plugging into a power supply from a different company, like Zendure?

  14. Great reviews. Newbie question here…I have a NON Anker solar panel to connect to the 767. What specific adapter did you use to connect the panel to the XT-60 input? Where did you get it? Also, does the UPS feature really shut off after 10 hours with little to no draw? My sump pump is not going to like that!

  15. the worst generator you can buy, no idea why you would recommend it. This anker is full of bugs and issues and to this day anker is still trying to address them and each time they do, they create additional ones. Ever tested how much their inverter alone draws? 32.7 watts! Have you tried charging this with the extra battery pack while plugged into ac and solar and listen to the squeal it gives when switching from ac to solar charging back n forth because it cannot dual charge? Have you looked at the non waterproof, non insulated open proprietary solar connectors that are a health hazard? Sorry, this review seems bias.

  16. All you guy’s reviews of these units are all good fun but when you’re spending thousands THE MOST important thing is customer service. My Bluetti just went out of warranty and quit working. After a month and dozens of emails with Bluetti it seems that getting an out of warranty unit repaired seems to be impossible. I sent an inquiry to Anker about repairs after the warranty expires and judging from the auto reply their language seems identical. I hope not but it would be helpful if some of you reviewers would put down the multimeters and review the the companies. I made the mistake of buying a Bluetti based on a enthusiast review and now I have a boat anchor.

  17. Looks like the Zendure Portable Power Station SuperBase Pro 2000 is a closer match to the Anker PowerHouse 767, but is still not expandable (though you could buy two of them for about what the 767+760 costs. Either way would seem to make a great standby solution that can be recharged (quickly and occasionally) with a generator that doesn't need to run all the time… One other question — you measured the 120V voltage output of the Anker but did you check to see if the output is wired correctly? I saw a few reviews that showed that the hot and neutral pins were reversed which could be a big problem if someone was trying to use a generator bonding plug. Thanks!

  18. We’ve seen EV owners hook up inverters to their 12v’s and power small loads like the Anker 767 will do. My question is since the 767 has the inverter built in, could one theoretically use the solar DC input for the 767 as a way to recharge from an EV’s 12v?
    In other words, power goes out, use the 767 initially and if the outage persists, then hook it up to your EV to extend run time during the outage. Thoughts?

  19. I want one of these for an office shed, but the solar panel input seems like it was designed for portable only. Large 350 watt plus panels make either too many volts in series, or too many amps in parallel. So you’re stuck with small panels. EcoFlows Delta Pro is more flexible

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