Solar Generators – best vs budget

Solar generators is the way to power your appliances when on the move!

Today I will show you two of the generators that I personally use and that are on both spectrum of the price range. The first and most expensive is the Inergy Apex and the second and cheapest is from Maxoak. Take a look at the video below to see how these work. I also show in the video my favorite gas generator which these days is a lot more quiet and fuel efficient.

Here are the links to where you can buy these generators:

➡MAXOAK Portable Lithium Solar Generator Power Station 400Wh Amazon https://amzn.to/2Zdi953
eBay https://ebay.to/2YYzcrt

➡Inergy Apex Portable Lithium Solar Generator 1100Wh https://glnk.io/p5q/tom-antos
Save 20% with discount code: ANTOSFILM

➡Westinghouse iGen2200 Gas Generator (Super Quiet with Inverter) https://amzn.to/31Ycwo8

 

Here are the specs of the Inergy Apex:
Battery:
– Cell Type: Lithium-Ion (NMC) Battery.
– Peak Capacity: 1,100 W continuous for 1 hour, 3,000 W peak.
– 12.6V DC, 90 AH.
– Up to 2,000 charge cycles.

Inverter:
– Pure Sine Wave, 1500 Watt, 3,000 Watt Surge.
– 110 VAC, 60Hz ± .5Hz.
-Charging Temperatures: 32°F to 104°F
-Discharging Temperatures: 20°F to 115°F

General:
– Weight: 25 lbs.
– Dimensions: 7 x 14 x 8 in.
– Warranty: 1 Year
– Cycles: 2,000
– MPPT Charge Controller

Here are the specs of the Maxoak:
Battery:
– Cell Type: Lithium-Ion (NMC) Battery.
– 12.6V DC, 30 AH.
– Up to 2,000 charge cycles.

Inverter:
– Pure Sine Wave, 300 Watt, 600 Watt Surge.
– 110 VAC, 60Hz ± .5Hz.
-Charging Temperatures: 32°F to 104°F
-Discharging Temperatures: 20°F to 115°F

General:
– Weight: 12 lbs.
– Dimensions: 9 x 5.5 x 11 in.
– Warranty: 1 Year
– Cycles: 2,000
– Solar Panel: 10A (Max) 14V~40V / Max.125W Max.10A
– MPPT Charge Controller

Here are some solar panels that I use and can recommend. They’re both from Renogy and are both flexible which makes mounting them easy to any surface. All you need to do is to attach it using VHB double sided tape.

Keep in mind that these solar panels will not work with the Inergy Apex. That is because the Apex uses EC8 cable plug so you would either have to get an EC8 to MC4 cable adapter or simply buy the solar panels that Inergy has on their website. They’re a little more expensive but are of great quality.

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