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Jackery vs Rockpals vs Expertpower Like About Share 0 views 0% 0 0 Solar Generators I currently recommend: https://www.mobile-solarpower.com/ultra-portable-systems.html *Does off-grid solar … From: admin99 Date: August 24, 2023 NEWS expertpower jackery rockpals rv solar solar generator review van life solar vanlife will prowse Related videos 0 0% TOTAL COST Of Our Off-Grid Solar Power System | Powering Our Mountain Home 1 0% Midea 5,000 BTU AC Powered by My Solar Generator (Delta Pro) During Power Outage 2 0% Electric generator price whole house ups with generator lithium ion battery solar generator 0 0% Emergency Solar Generator 0 0% GROWATT Infinity 1300 | 1800w LiFePO4 UPS Solar Generator Power Station Review 0 0% BEGINNER FRIENDLY Step-by-Step: DIY SOLAR GENERATOR for Emergency Power, RV, Shed… Ampere Time 0 0% SARRVAD Solar Power Generator. दबाकर चलाइए टीवी और पंखा, बिजली का बिल नहीं आने देंगे ये छोटू जेनरेटर 0 0% Easy Micro Solar Generator Build Show more related videos 22 thoughts on “Micro Solar Generator Buyer’s Guide! Jackery vs Rockpals vs Expertpower” Video Table of Contents:0:33 Battery Size vs. Cost1:05 Solar Input Limit and How to Overpanel3:11 Watt Hour Capacity3:25 How to attach 12v appliances to a solar generator6:03 Estimated lifetime and how to extend it Testing:6:45 Charge Rate Test9:51 MPPT Low Light Test11:42 Low Voltage Charging Test13:24 USB Output Test15:46 12v Output Test 12:52 Importance of Fast Charge Rate18:52 How to choose and wire up a solar panel20:32 Conclusion Product links are in the description above. Yes I left an unattended title box at 3:05. I am trying to blur it out but the youtube editor is a pain to use still. Working on it. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Does off-grid solar confuse you? 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If you wish to contact me, this is my direct email: email@example.com Join the forum at https://diysolarforum.com/ if you wish to hang out with myself and others and talk about solar FTC Disclosure Statement and Disclaimers: Every video includes some form of paid promotion or sponsorship. Some links on this youtube channel may be affiliate links. We may get paid if you buy something or take an action after clicking one of these. My videos are for educational purposes only. Information is subject to change/update at any time. Electricity is DANGEROUS and can kill. Be smart and use common sense 🙂 DIY Solar Power with Will Prowse is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, An affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com Reply Awesome generator for our camper! Reply Yo i have a jackery and it does power slowly like for real but it does what it needs to, I’m happy with my out doors jackery I purchased mine at harbor freight in Kingman AZ, i also bought a solar panel kit from them i use to charger my system, Reply I've used two Rockpals 250W battery packs for the past 3 years. Sadly it's not enough power anymore for me. With the Rockpals I can power a camcorder and field monitor for about 10 hours. If I add two more items I use.for streaming then it cuts down to 2 hours. So I have been on the hunt and I just purchased the Jackery Pro 1000 for $799. Can't wait for it. I like Rockpals but they can't decide on a consistent color scheme: orange/black, silver/red, gray/green. Jackery seems to be consistent. Now I am looking at a 2000W generator. I like these buyers guides. Thank you. Reply Can you use them while it’s charging though? If so presumably as long as power in isn’t more than power out it’ll run forever Reply Thanks will! I appreciate all your hard work on these videos! Reply Awesome video, answered every question I had great job Reply If I wanted to have one of these just for an emergency generator for power outages (refrigerator, cell phone) which would you recommend? Thank you! Reply What would you recommend now for a 700wh-ish portable power station with LifePO4 battery? Reply Very informative and great commentary. Subbed and liked. Reply love this guys videos so much – he’s so clear and knowledgeable and to the point – hitting what you need to know – and so honest too Reply Wish the Rockpals had pass through charging to AC out. Reply So which would you recommend for a 50 ham radio? Reply Hey Will, have any of these gotten better in the last 3 years? Reply Hi Will, have you ever herd of this brand ALLPOWERS S700 Portable Power Station 700W, MPPT Solar Generator 606Wh. and can you give me the link to your utube video formula for watts from volts ect.thanks jon Reply My jackery 240 had 68 watts going into it plugged into the jackery 100watt panel the other day Reply I'd take the Jackery; however I am in Arizona. Reply Uhh i got a question and can't find an answer anywhere after searching, so, i saw where they make an attachment where you can charge your car battery from the jackery, but question is if it is possible or if there is an attachment where you could charge the jackery by hooking it directly up to a car battery? like if you went into an autozone and bought a 50$ car battery or whatever if for whatever reason solar power was too slow, i think it would work great in conjunction with solar power that way if it worked. i think the only drawback if it would work is the car battery you'd be using would deplete pretty fast even though i dont really understand how these things work. Reply I live in south Texas … no way to avoid a hot environment here. Reply 10 hours to charge the jackery doesn't sound correct Reply Best video ever, love how easy and how well everything is explained by you. THANKS YOU ! 😁👍🙏 Reply Can you please help me. I have an ebike. The battery is a 48/21. I am just wanting a small generator to carry with me just in case I get out and need a little battery boost. These ate dmall and easy to carry. I am very aware it won't get me but about a quarter charge but that would mean 10 to 15 miles for me. Would these be able to charge my ebike battery. Thanks for the video and help. 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.