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Bluetti has announced that it will put on display two new power stations, the AC60P, and the AC180P, at the Energy Expo in Miami, which takes place from August 22 to 24, 2023.
The pictures of these two products with some impressive orange shapes are posted on the brand’s social media pages, along with the upcoming EP800 grid-tie storage system.
Are you curious to see what the AC60P and the AC180P are? The pictures of the devices show that they are 230V versions of their USA counterparts, and so they might be meant for the EU and Australian markets.
The AC60P and its expandable battery, the B80P, have almost the same specs as their USA variants, the AC60 and the B80. It is a waterproof and dust-proof battery with an increased storage capacity of 504 Wh and an inverter of 600 watts.
Both battery packs seem to sport bigger batteries under the hood.
Well, the pictures of the AC180P show that it is a 1440 Wh and an 1800-watt inverter, and the AC60P is a 504 Wh battery. The changes in storage capacities might be more helpful for users as they get increased runtime off the grid from such compact and ultra-portable power stations.
More details about these two power stations are yet to surface.
By the way, the EP800 is going to be the storage system for the brand’s much-touted forthcoming balcony power plant, which features a micro-inverter to supply the power to the grid, and you can store the power off the grid in the brand’s EP800 storage for personal use.
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