Bluetti EP500 vs EcoFlow Delta Pro – Off Grid (Solar Generator)


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Date: August 25, 2023

21 thoughts on “Bluetti EP500 vs EcoFlow Delta Pro – Off Grid (Solar Generator)

  1. Please avoid Ecoflow products. Up to now, they have not given me my refund worth $2,600. You will regret buying Ecoflow products! Customer service is ZERO!! Go with Bluetti or other brands!

  2. Hi all,

    So….I have a hack that I literally just thought of for people who can't afford another Delta Pro or extra battery BUT need additional power and own another ecoflow battery. I have called ecoflow and given them the idea as well and they confirmed that it will in fact work!! I then asked them why they don't tell everyone after I've told them and they said they would "escalate the idea" to their top tier and perhaps add it to their FAQs. So here's the idea: We've been told that you must have like systems in order to use them together. This is NOT actually true. If your Delta Pro is low on power (or any other ecoflow system you have) you can simply plug its charging cable (in the rear) into the front of the secondary system. In other words you're using the second system as a wall outlet of sorts. This works especially well in the evening when the sun is down and there is no more backup energy. What do you do when the sun is up?…even better…plus the second system from the rear into the front of the Delta Pro. This allows the sun to charge them BOTH regardless of the differences of their capacities or sizes!!! The only word of caution they gave me after saying what a great idea this was, was to say don't forget to lower the charging speed on the Delta Pro once it's plugged into the front of the second system. Guys this means you can use anything from a River and up to charge your Delta Pro OR any other ecoflow system. If this works for you please like my comment and say "Thanks T!!" just so I'll know at least I was able to communicate something helpful to the solar community-especially since these systems are sooooo expensive!!

  3. Any further updates? I'm looking at the Bluetti AC500 vs the Ecoflow Delta Pro. I love the 24kW capability plus wheel portability of the Delta Pro; but prefer the cascade stockability of the Bluetti.

  4. Thank you for your help! I'm in a hurricane zone and there are times when our power is out for as much as 15 days. The first day after a hurricane isn't too bad, but I've recorded 97 degrees at 11:00 at night in the days that follow. That is not healthy and I'm getting less and less able to sleep on the tile as years go by.

    An investment in one of these units is probably soon.

  5. I want to ask a consciously particular question, I want to understand if anyone has tried to charge the Delta Pro with from Nissan Leaf to Delta Pro using the input charge EcoFlow EV X-Stream Adapter.
    That is with a Type 1 to Type 2 cable (and with Type 2 to Type 1 adapter) from Nissan Leaf to EcoFlow EV X-Stream Adapter (DELTA Pro) to charge the Delta Pro with the nissan Leaf's battery.
    Thanks for any reply

  6. Great videos! Great info !
    I was wondering if you can help me on my decision. I live in a 2 story house roughly 3000 square feet. I am looking to purchase a solar generator and solar panels. So I have narrowed it down to Bluetti AC300 , and the Echo flow delta pro. I would also like to use this as a portable device for camping. Eventually I would like to get this wired into my house with a smart panel. Any advice on which one I should buy?

  7. 5100 watts = 5.1/33.7 kwh/Gal gasoline equivalent= 0.151 GGE. 182 LB/0.151=1205 LBs/GGE. A gallon of gasoline weighs 6.21 LBs. 1205/6.21=194 time more weight than a gallon of gasoline. Silly.

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