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Details & Specs
Forget the Grand Concourse at Sydney Central and plug into the Rover Lithium 70Ah Power Station from Companion instead.
This station offers 3-way charging with an AC adaptor for a full charge before your trip, then DC or solar charging via the built-in MPPT controller to maintain some charge in the field. Then power your campsite from multiple outputs including a 12V socket, 4 x USB, 1 x USB C, and 2-pin output. The 70ah lithium NMC battery with 850 Watt-hours, is designed to improve energy density and prolong the life span to allow 800 cycles. It has a lightweight functional design, battery protection management system, integrated LED light, and LCD display so you can easily check up on your charge. It’ll take 9 – 14 hours for a full charge and DC charge cable, AC charge cable, and 50A Anderson to 30A Anderson power pole cable are included.
For a power solution that will take you to more destinations than The Indian Pacific, you can’t go wrong with Companion’s Rover Lithium 70Ah Power Station.
70Ah Lithium NMC battery
800 lifecycles (80% capacity afterwards)
Direct solar charging via built-in MPPT controller
Multiple outputs – 12V socket, USB/USB C, and 2-pin output
3-way charging options – AC, DC or Solar
9-14 hours charge time
Battery protection management system
Integrated 2W LED light
DC and AC charge cables included
50A Anderson to 30A Anderson power pole cable included
In Use Dimensions:
19W x 12.8D x 31-34H cm
19W x 12.8D x 31H cm
Plastic | Aluminium
2W LED light
DC Charger: 14V 9A (Max 126W) | AC Charger: 16.8V 5A (Max 84W) | Solar Input: 13-30V 12A (Max)
12V | DC Outputs: 1 x 2-Pin 12V 10A (16A Max Combined) | 1 x Cigarette Socket 12V 10A (16A Max Combined) | 4 x USB Output: 5V 2.4A or 9V 2A (2.4A Max) | 1 x USB Type C Output: 5V/9V/12V/15V/20V 3A
NMC (LiNiMnCoO2) | 12V, 70 Ah | Up to 800 Charging Cycles | Lifecycle to 80% | 850Wh
Battery Charge Time:
Camping | 4WD
Staff tip:This power pack will only reach full charge from an AC source, DC and solar will provide a top up but will never reach full capacity.