AC300 is one of the outstanding products from Bluetti. It is a massive backup power solution that can be used as an ideal emergency power ecosystem to run an entire household or a worksite off the grid. We would like to have a detailed look at the Bluetti AC300 power station here.
Unlike the alternatives from Bluetti and other brands, AC300 has no battery pack. Of course, AC300 comes with a notable change in the trend of having an inbuilt battery and, therefore, it is more like a power box than a power station. It has a pre-built 3000W inverter with a surge of 6000 watts.
Fine, with no battery inside, it is 100% modular and can accept up to four extra battery modules externally.
You can attach Bluetti’s B300 extra battery modules to add storage capacity to AC300. A single unit of the B300 battery module enjoys a capacity of 3072Wh, which is enough to make it an ideal power station for camping and emergency needs.
However, with up to four pieces of B300s, you can take the capacity of the system up to a huge 12.3kWh.
Bluetti AC300 At a Glance
- 3000/6000W (Surge) Solar Power Station.
- 100% Modular with Multiple Battery Packs.
- Six AC Outlets and One US AC TT-30P Port.
- Two 18W USB-A and USB-A 5V/3A Sockets.
- Single USB-C 100W Power Delivery Port.
- Dual DC Sockets, a Carport, and 30A Port.
- Dual 15W Wireless Charging Pads.
- Price: $2899.
Bluetti B300 Battery Module
- 3072Wh LiFePO4 Battery Pack.
- Compatible with Bluetti AC300.
- 500W AC and 200W Solar Charging Inputs.
- 100W USB-C PD, USB-A 3.0 QC, and 12V Sockets.
- 10.5 x 20.5 x 12.5 In and 79.6 lbs Weight.
- Price: $1599. $500 Off.
What’s more, thanks to the brand’s Fusion Box Pro, you can pair two AC300s together to double the storage and inverter power. Thus, you can expand it into a colossal power station of 24.6kWh and 6000W power.
Well, AC300 integrates six AC outlets, a whopping 3000W AC charging input and 2400W solar input. Moreover, the B300 battery module also sports its own USB and DC sockets.
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Bluetti AC300 Power Station
As stated above, Bluetti AC300 enjoys a completely new direction in the design of solar power stations.
Instead of an internal battery pack, it highlights an amazing modular profile, where you can add multiple external battery packs to store the power you need for off-grid life.
Further, AC300 features faster solar and AC charging speeds. It packs a sophisticated MPPT charge controller that can support up to a huge 2400 watts of solar input. The AC charging input is up to 3000 watts.
By the way, paired with one more unit of AC300, you can simply double all these figures.
Bluetti AC300 Charging Outlets
The Bluetti power station integrates six full-size AC outlets, one US AC TT-30P outlet, a pair of 5V/3A USB-A ports, as many USB-A 18W-watt ports, and one 100W USB Type-C port.
The other options included are a 12V/30A RV socket, a 24V/10A cigarette lighter charger, two 12/10A DC 5521 ports, and a pair of 15-watt wireless charging pads.
Overall, the machine equips all the important charging options. Thus, it can smoothly power up most of your household appliances, emergency gear, worksite tools, and more.
The power station features multiple options for fast and reliable charging.
Besides solar, you can also recharge AC300 from other off-grid sources like wind turbines and solar roofs.
When it comes to regular solar charging, it supports an input voltage of up to 2400W, as said above. The brand offers a new Bluetti PV200 solar charger to go with AC300 and its other recent models.
Also, Bluetti is reportedly working to launch its own wind turbines to let you charge its power stations, including AC300, AC200 Max, and AC200P more efficiently. Wind power is indeed a full-time off-grid power source if you are located somewhere with enough winds.
Bluetti AC300 can also be charged from a regular gas generator or 12V/24V lead-acid batteries. When it comes to wall charging, its 3000W input can charge a base AC300, with a single battery module, in just 1.5 hours.
You can also charge it from a 12V/24V car socket or an EV charging station. For the first one, it will take around 15 hours for a full charge, while charging from an EV station will really be quite faster.
Bluetti Expansion Battery Module
As you see, Bluetti B300 is the expansion battery available for AC300. It is a 3072Wh battery pack. You can hook up a maximum of four units of B300 to an AC300 to achieve a groundbreaking 12,288Wh total storage capacity.
If you chain two AC300s together, you can use up to eight pieces of B300s to double the capacity further.
Well, the extra battery itself integrates multiple charging options. The module features a Type-C 3.0 100W Power Delivery port, a USB 3.0 Quick Charge 18W port, and a regulated 13.6V/10A cigarette lighter charger.
It is a very handy and compact battery pack that features a rugged design and two solid inbuilt carrying handles.
Size and Weight
Bluetti AC300 has a size of 20.5 x 13.9 x 11.8 inches and it weighs 44 lbs with no battery attached. Meanwhile, the attachable extra battery has a size of 20.5 x 12.5 x 10.5 in and it weighs 79.6 lbs.
Price and Availability
The brand has the AC300 power box and B300 extra battery on sale on its website at BluettiPower.Com.
AC300 is available in a basic bundle with a single piece of B300 at a price of around $3000, as of writing this. The B300 battery pack alone costs around $1700.
Bluetti offers the power box and the battery packs in multiple bundles with and without solar panels. So, you can get AC300 at the best price on its website.
Bluetti AC300 Vs AC200 Max
Along with AC300, Bluetti also launched an expanded version of its much-touted AC200P power station.
Called AC200 Max, it is a modular variant of its original with a more powerful inverter, internal battery, and a lot of other features.
Though looking like AC200P in design, the Max is a different product.
AC200 Max has got an inbuilt battery of 2048Wh and you can expand it up to 8192Wh with two units of B300 extra modules or 6144Wh with two units of B230 extra battery packs.
The power station integrates a 2200W pure sine wave inverter that can surge at 4800 watts. With four 100-120V AC outlets and one NEMA TT-30 port, you can use it to power up your bigger devices.
When it comes to solar charging, it can accept an input voltage of up to 900 watts and the built-in AC adapter is a 500W one. With the two options combined, you can charge it at a speed of 1400 watts.
The other charging options are dual 5V/3A USB-A ports, as many as 18W USB-As, one USB-C 100W port, and two 15W wireless chargers. The DC sockets include a 12V/10A cigarette lighter and a 12V/30A Super DC port.
AC200 Max features a size of 16.5 x 15.2 x 11 in and it weighs 61.9 lbs. It has a price of around $1800 after the initial discount, as of writing this article.
That has been our detailed take on the Bluetti AC300 power station. AC300 is indeed a smart and ultra-safe power station with an amazing modular profile and a lot of other impressive features.
You can have full control of the device on the Bluetti mobile app. The LiFePO4 battery inside the additional battery pack is quite safe for rough use in your camping, RVing, and emergency applications.