Dual MPPT 2400W Input
Dual MPPT 2400W Max：Rooftop solar panel 1800w AC +600w solar panel DC to XT60 input at the same time，Recharge to 80% in ONE hour；1.5 hours for a full charge.
Solar panel with AC outlet Handle solar arrays of any size up to 1,800W*. Our patented PV Max tech means your solar setup can charge SuperBase Pro with the same superfast performance you'd get from conventional charging. That's one hour for an 80% charge, and 2 hours for a full charge.
2,000W AC Output, Ampup to 3000W
At home, SuperBase Pro has you covered. With 2,000W of AC output and 3,000W Ampup* capability, you can power your microwave, washing machine, coffee maker, or other essentials around the house, worry-free.
Equipped With UPS
An unexpected blackout can be a huge headache. If you're working on your computer, you could lose important progress. Even worse, a sudden power interruption can actually damage sensitive electrical equipment.
That's why SuperBase Pro has household grade Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS*) functionality built right in. And it's super easy to use. Just connect SuperBase Pro 2000 to a power outlet, connect your essential devices to SuperBase Pro 2000, and you're done. If the power goes out, SuperBase Pro will switch over to battery power automatically.
It's Built to Move
With industrial-grade wheels, a telescopic aluminum handle, and a low center of gravity, SuperBase Pro is designed with "anytime, anywhere" in mind. And as you're rolling it across the terrain, you'll find that it's sturdy enough to stack another item on top if you need to.
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It's Built to Move. Handles, Wheels, Ready to Roll
With industrial-grade wheels, a telescopic aluminum handle, and a low center of gravity, SuperBase Pro is designed with "anytime, anywhere" in mind.
Recharge to 80% in ONE hour
Devices such as laptops, led lamps, drones, mini fridges and projectors can be powered by SuperBase Pro for a prolonged period. SuperBase Pro can even be an emergency backup for your electric vehicle.
Solar panel with AC outlet
Handle solar arrays of any size up to 1,800W*.Our patented PVMax tech means your solar setup can charge SuperBase Pro with the same superfast performance you'd get from conventional charging. That's one hour for an 80% charge, and 2 hours for a full charge.
Equipped with UPS
An unexpected blackout can actually damage sensitive electrical equipment. SuperBase Pro has household grade Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS*) functionality built right in. Just connect SuperBase Pro to a power outlet, connect essential devices to SuperBase Pro, and you're done. If the power goes out, SuperBase Pro will switch over to battery power automatically.
At home, SuperBase Pro 2000 has you covered. With 2,000W of AC output and 3,000W Ampup* capability, you can power your microwave, washing machine, coffee maker, or other essentials around the house, worry-free.
Up to 2096Wh
The Fastest Solar Recharge Rate AvailableDual MPPT
2400W Max：Rooftop solar panel 1800w AC +600w solar panel DC to XT60 input at the same time，1.5 hours for a full charge.
Power Devices Up to 3,000W
While SuperBase Pro‘s maximum output is 2,000W, it can power devices that typically need up to 3,000W, thanks to the AmpUp* feature. This means SuperBase Pro is even compatible with heavy-duty appliances and power tools, such as induction cookers, vacuums, chainsaws, drills and motorized devices.
Up to 2096Wh
If you like camping, you'll love SuperBase Pro 2000's 2,096Wh capacity. Use your off-grid camping gear for hours on end. SuperBase Pro 2000 is the perfect power solution for on-the-go events. Devices such as laptops, led lamps, drones, mini fridges and projectors can be powered by it for a prolonged period.
What kind of batteries does SuperBase Pro use?
SuperBase Pro 2000 uses NMC (LiNiMnCoO2) batteries with a total charge capacity of 2,096Wh, while SuperBase Pro 1500 uses LFP (LiFePO4) batteries and has a charge capacity of 1,456Wh.
What's the difference between SuperBase Pro 1500 and SuperBase Pro 2000?
SuperBase Pro 1500 has a different battery type and capacity from SuperBase Pro 2000. Because of this, the two products have different charging and discharging times.
What is the operating temperature of SuperBase Pro?
Discharge: -20°C to +60°C (-4°F to 140F) / Charge: 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)
Does SuperBase Pro have a built-in MPPT controller?
Yes, it does.
What's the noise level?
SuperBase Pro maxes out to about 52dB at 1 meter, but we are still testing this.
Are the wheels replaceable?
SuperBase Pro's industrial-grade wheels are built into the product and are not replaceable.
Are there built-in fans?
Yes, there are 4 smart fans, which only run when necessary to keep the operating temperature at an appropriate level. Using the app, you can tell SuperBase Pro to prioritize either high performance or low noise.
Can SuperBase Pro be charged by other solar panels?
Yes, SuperBase Pro can be charged by other solar panels with voltage ranging from 12V to 60V up to 600W via the XT60 port, and 60V-160V up to 1800W via the AC input. Zendure's 200W solar panel has been thoroughly tested with SuperBase Pro and remains our recommendation.
Should I charge my SuperBase Pro to 100% right away?
The BMS (Battery Management System) needs to familiarize itself with the internal cells, so you might find that your SuperBase Pro will not charge to 100% on the first charge cycle. If you discharge the battery below 60% and try to fully recharge the battery twice, this should complete the process and give you access to the battery's full capacity. After this, normal usage will not be affected.
I'm looking for a power station which can support my outdoor camping activities. Also, because of the potential power outage, I need this power station can be backup power for the home router, laptop, etc.
My criteria are
1. Reasonable power capacity. more power brings more cost, so I decide to choose the product around 2000W;
2. Easy to carry. For outdoor activities, this power station needs to be moved around, this is quite an important feature I’m looking for.
3. Multiple ports for different types of devices at home or outside.
SBP2000 has a 2096W capacity with 6 AC outputs and 4 USB outputs which meet my requirement. And I like the wheels and handle design very much. At least my little son can move it easily. The first charging time is about 2 hours. And I tried to operate it without looking at the manual, the display panel and buttons easily told me how to operate it.
Because of the weather, I decided to try this power station at home. I want to have this power station to provide all the electricity for my hotpot meal for the whole family.
I used a 100W meat slicer to sliced lamb shoulder, then powered a 1600W hot pot for about 1.5 hours. After the meal, I found there was 17% power left still.
Conclusion: Based on my trial, this power station meets all of my requirements. I love this product.
I'm new to solar generators and I've bought several recently. I admit that after reading reviews the main reason I bought this was the wattage and portability. Right out of the box it had 0 charge. None of the power stations I've purchased are the same brand but two of them came with a charge on them and two didn't. This one didn't. After charging let it sit for almost 2 weeks and there was 99% of the charge left which was great. After reading about it more I realized I hadn't caught the UPS feature. That is awesome and it now has been set up with my freezer plugged into it with the intent of plugging the refrigerator in during a power outage.. It moves easily on the wheels. It's a little heavy for me to pick up but that's not really an issue.
When I first went looking for solar generators/power stations this one didn't come up on the list and I'm so glad I keept looking. I didn't see it had a cover until recently and I've purchased it to use for dust protection. Overall I'm very impressed with this unit.
Let me start by saying that I have quite a few 200W portable solar panels. Typically, I only get the rigid panels but thought I'd give this one a shot. The one thing that I really like about this panel is that is puts out the expected wattage. I do however have a couple of issues with this. The first one is the price. The current price of this panel is a little on the pricey side. The other thing that I didnt like about this panel is the weight. It is 5lbs heavier than my heaviest 200W panel.
I got this to use to charge my small power stations during hurricane power outages as last year I was without power for 8 days and my small generator didn’t last long. This label extends out large and holds itself up at an angle to get better sun exposure at different times during the day. I don’t have the needed cable to use this with other products so I can’t say how well it will work at charging my generator yet, but I am waiting for it to come in and also looking into other Zendure products that are compatible with this. It seems well made and like good quality.
I have had this for about six months now. I bought it for emergency back up. My brother just used it when he lost power at his house. he was very impressed and wants to buy one. When testing it on my refrigerator it lasted about six to 8 hours. During the summer I test charged it with a solar panel That took a long time to charge because I only had one panel But it worked great. It is super easy to use and the display shows all the information you could possibly want. It's easy to move around because it has wheels and a luggage handle. I haven't been able to find the car charger that works with it. I think I will just put a inverter on the car and use that to charge it when that is necessary although I understand it takes a long time to do it that way. note it has fast charging capability so you could take it somewhere that has power and fast charge it there.