Close Advertising SEARCH ON AMAZON CLICK NOW 24 HOUR ONLY SALES Lion Energy Safari ME + XP Solar Generator – Expandable Power Station To Power Anything! Like About Share 0 views 0% 0 0 In this video, I will review the expandable Safari ME portable power station from Lion Energy. Lion Energy is an American … From: admin99 Date: August 24, 2023 NEWS expandable power station lion energy lion energy safari me safari me safari me xp solar generator Related videos 2 0% EcoFlow Delta Pro Solar Generator: The Off Grid Game Changer 1 0% Off-Grid Backup Fuel Refill Station Powered by a Portable Solar Generator 0 0% ALLPOWERS solar generator GIVEAWAY by Frugal Off Grid 2 0% End of net metering will bring solar panel business to a standstill – Aaj News 0 0% Genset Tenaga Surya Portabel ramah lingkungan | PLTS Power box 1 0% 4 Patriot Solar Power Generator: 1 0% Solar Generators | Portable Solar Generators 1 0% Bluetti AC200MAX Solar Generator Review (Off Grid Solar System 2048Wh) Show more related videos 10 thoughts on “Lion Energy Safari ME + XP Solar Generator – Expandable Power Station To Power Anything!” Thanks for the review! Does this system allow for charging, solar, while it is providing power? It can be charging with solar and provide power to the fridge and computer at the same time? Thanks! Reply Wow 4 THOUSAND dollars. If I was in the market for this I would rather build my own Reply milwaukee recently came out with a 4-battery inverter that's kinda picky about batteries and boasts big claims (especially about pure sine waves)you should check that one out before black friday is over lol Reply A note on the unexpected UPS function: technically all those so called "solar generators" can serve as uninterruptible power supplies but very inefficient ones. It's Because they have double conversion loses: first in the AC to DC charging and then in DC to AC inverter. A real UPS does not have those loses, it supplies AC directly to consumer unit, until it detects power was interrupted, only then it starts the inverter and synchronizes the AC wave with minimal disturbance (called switching time). Reply I always appreciate your no nonsense reviews and commitment to honesty Cool looking unit. No annoying brick. Reply I have a trike with a 48v 20ah battery I would like to be able to figure out how many times I can charge it with this generator Reply Looks interesting but without the power IO data its a hard no for me. Hopefully they will update next version with IO power data. I have mixed feelings on the power cord, one view you cannot loose it but being IEC popularity most people have spares. On the other view if it ever gets damaged no convenient way to replace. I will have to take a look at there line of products the unit looks well built. Reply Maybe compare this to the Delta… Reply I don’t know if you’ve already done this (just found your channel); I need a 240V outlet to power my water pump for my water collection system. We are off grid for water so we have ~ 40,000 gallons in tanks. Need to power the pump and purification when idiots drive into the power line poles… Reply I hate permanently attached cords. Give me a standard cord connector any time, IEC C14 probably for that gear. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.