We lately witnessed the arrivals of many big-capacity solar power stations. Here, we’ve another cool model from a start-up called, ITEHIL. Branded as ITEHIL solar power station, this is a 2000-watt/2200Wh portable backup system with as many as 16 charging outlets. Fine, it keeps a handy and compact design to become a fine choice for your off-grid and emergency power needs.
Once realized, it will be joining the series of the recently-launched power stations, including Maxoak Bluetti AC200. For AC200 in particular, the ITEHIL power station looks a bit more challenging as it resembles the device in its design aspect. But it has more storage capacity though the inverter is the same 2000W unit.
Moreover, the ITEHIL will be competing with the likes of EcoFlow Delta 1300, Goal Zero Yeti 1500X, Lion Energy Safari ME, and LEOCH power station. Anyway, we would like to have a glance at all the accessible information about the new product below. The brand is yet to release the detailed specs of it, however.
ITEHIL Solar Power Station
As said above, it is simply a powerful 2200Wh power station. It has got five quick ways to recharge on the go, and the battery capacity makes it charge even a Tesla or an electric scooter quite comfortably. So, out in the wild, you get a much reliable power backup that can be topped up with a solar charger.
More amazingly, it is to get 16 charging points, which the brand is yet to share the details about. However, from the photos, it looks to have three full-size AC sockets and dual two-pronged sockets. We will update you with all the latest information about its charging points once available.
As per the brand, the ITEHIL solar power station can perfectly support a variety of your devices, including phones, tablets, cameras, drones, TVs, coolers, mini-fridges, and more.
The brand is also working on a patented design for the solar charger for the power station.
Disclaimer: This product is currently a prototype only. Its maker is seeking crowdfunding support to go into final production following the required R&D. We are not responsible for the delayed shipping or delivery of a faulty or unfinished product after you back it up on the crowdfunding platform.