Weighing just 5.5lbs the Golabs R150 is a power station you can take just about anywhere.
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The R150 from Golabs is equipped with an upgraded LiFePO4 battery, a more stable variety of lithium battery, both thermally and chemically, which offers you improved battery safety. It also enables over 2000 cycles and more than 10 years battery life.
The unit is light (5.5lbs) and compact enough (7.5 x 6.7 x 4.7 inches) to be taken virtually anywhere, so you can keep equipment, such as a smart phone, camera, drone, laptop, charged, always bearing in mind that the AC output supports up to a maximum of 160W.
With the virtually silent operation of power station technology, you won't have to worry about fuel storage, toxic carbon monoxide fumes, and noise as it delivers the cleanest of outputs, meaning sensitive electronics will be safe.
Golabs have a 1-year warranty on this product.
For such a compact unit there are plenty of output ports, so you can always have multiple devices charging at the same time up to maximum of 160W and not have to keep swapping them out individually.
With a Power Delivery of 60W from the USB input/output Type-C connecter you'll experience faster charging. The AC outlet charges equipment like a smartphone, tablet, camera, drone, laptop etc (Note: the output is limited to devices operating under 160W.
The R150 is an extremely compact, lightweight and versatile power station that packs a lot of power for its size, so you can take it virtually anywhere to keep your appliances working wherever you may be.
This model supports devices with a power rating of less than 160W. Examples include phones, laptops, cameras, drones etc.
Yes, you should have no problem connecting an appliance rated at 120V to the 110V outlet.
The maximum input power can reach 60W depending on sunlight strength. Golabs recommend the 60W solar panel or the 100W solar panel.
Probably not. Ask your airline prior to flying as this model is rated at 204Wh, which is over the 100Wh limit commercial airlines currently allow without prior approval.
Yes, it supports pass through charging on all outputs while charging except the PD 60W port.
Provided the TV is rated at under 160W, then yes you can.
|Battery Capacity||204Wh (3.2V/63750mAh)|
|Battery Type||LiFePO4 Lithium|
|Item Dimensions||7.5 x 6.7 x 4.7 inches|
|Operating Temperature||14-104°F (-10-40℃)|
|Recharging Temperature||32-104°F (0~40°C)|
|DC Input||10.8 - 23.5V, 3A (5.5 x 2.1mm)|
|AC Output||110V, 160W (200W Peak)|
|USB C 60W Input/ output||20V/3A, 15V/3A, 12V/3A, 9V/3A, 5V/3A|
|QC 3.0 Output||9~12V/3A, 6~9V/2A, 3.6~6V/3A, 5V/3A|
|DC Output||12V, 10A (120 Watt Max)|