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EASIEST Off Grid Power Solution | Bluetti 2400WH Solar Generator

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  1. We bought our EB 240 almost 3 years ago. Didnโ€™t have to use it until last night for a power outage in Southern California. It failed to run either our standard refrigerator, or our standard deep freezer. It kept tripping the inverter off.

    I just got off the phone with the company and the representative told me that the generator needs to have at least three times the draw of the appliance in order to start it.

    When I plugged in the refrigerator it was pulling 300 for a few minutes. Then kicked off. When I plugged in the freezer, it was pulling 200 W for a few minutes and then it kicked off.

    The representative then told me that my expectations were too high for the generator.

    $1800 wasted on this device.

    As far as Iโ€™m concerned, the company is running a scam

  2. The apparent energy loss between the "wall-outlet" and what goes into the battery is NOT located in the power adapter on the cable!!! The internal charge controller uses some energy by itself, but most of that energy loss could be attributed to heat that would be dissipated by the cooling system incorporated into the system. It is a pretty well known fact, that batteries do tend to heat up while charging.

  3. I need to go to NM for mold avoidance and will be in a tent. Looking for something that will help me sustain: portable dvd player, computer, burner, fan, maybe heater if it get crazy cold.

    How does an inverter work? No pressure to get back, thanks for the video. : )

  4. I would love the test that solar here in Australia. We stay out for months at a time metal detecting and hopefully get a YouTube channel up and running if we find time to edit etc

  5. It would mean something if plug in a table saw and your under construction. sorry spoke to soon well it don't work , weak weak weak "but your hyped ". but my hunt go's on ,well some people are happy.

  6. Hey Martin. Just viewed the Bluetti solar generator video. Great work. So informative. Bluetti should be paying you a commission lol. Or maybe they are lol. Either way thanks for the info. All queries answered. I'm going to subscribe to your channel. I'm off grid too, in Australia. Thanks again. David

  7. If you're going off grid then the best salutation for refrigeration is 12v compressor fridges Thay are now putting in RVs…Thay simply turn them self's of for a set period to keep the ice in the freezer box from getting to thick… unlike domestic fridges that us heat to defrost…the RV units are just slightly smaller than domestic fridges and run for ever on batteries!!!.๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฆ

  8. I know the maximum is 500 watts from solar to charge it but is there a minimum? I have the 2400wh Bluetti and bought a Lensun 80w solar panel and it charged my Bluetti the first day I hooked everything up but now it won't show any input on the Bluetti. I tried with an extension mc4 to 8mm and the normal length cable and still nothing.

  9. this is NOT a generator .. like it said on the box it is a power STATION .. it is a storage battery and an inverter .. it can be CHARGED by solar panels or a gas /fuel generator or the wall outlet .. why do all these videos describe them as generator when they are not and that is misleading ..

  10. So while this was interesting, you failed to do One test. The test that all of us wanted . Sure it would fire up the fridge, but you did not test HOW LONG it would run the fridge. That would be the true test of this unit.

  11. do you remcomend for a full size frig with freezer plus a seperate freezer ? also whats the cost? I am looking to run my frig and freezer prob full time.

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