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Geneverse, formerly Generark has launched a pair of LiFePO4 solar generators; Home Power One Pro and Home Power Two Pro. The former is a 1210Wh mid-size power station with a 1200W pure sine wave inverter that can surge at 2400W. The latter is a 2419Wh high-capacity power station with a 2200W inverter that can peak at 4400 watts.
Geneverse teamed up with the HGTV host Chip Wade to debut its series of HomePower Pro solar power stations on 10th August 2022. The high-output backup LFP battery packs are on sale on the brand’s website in a variety of bundles with compact folding solar chargers, starting at $1999.
Besides the battery and inverter, both the HomePower Pro power stations share several common features. They turn up with three AC sockets of 120V. 60Hz, the same units of USB and DC sockets, and the charging inputs, including advanced MPPT controllers and 400W inputs.
A pair of USB-C 100W Power Delivery ports, as many USB 3.0 Quick Charge ports, and 12V DC car chargers are what the power stations have in common. When it comes to charging options, One Pro has got an AC input of 9.5A, 800W Max, and its sibling has a 12A, 1500W Max. The 400W DC and solar charging inputs are other attractions.
Home Power One Pro features a size of 17.83 x 11.02 x 11.79 inches and weighs 38.36 lbs, while the Two Pro measures 17.83 x 11.02 x 14.11 inches, and it is 62.3 lbs in weight.
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