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Westinghouse iGen200s

Written by Chris on November 15, 2021


Review of the Westinghouse iGen200S

Updated on: 29 November 2023 

– At A Glance –

Small and Light

Weighing only 4.03lbs and measuring 8L x 3.6W x 7.36H inches in size, this is among the best in portability.

Power to Size

150W continuous and 300W peak make this ideal for campers and trekkers needing power on the move.

Generous Outlets

Plenty of outlets so you can charge up to 9 devices at the same time (within the unit’s rated power).

ECO-friendly and safe power for trail and camping lovers

The Eco-friendly iGen200s has a194Wh Li-ion Battery, potent enough to provide you with long-lasting power to charge all sorts of small devices within its 150W rating (300W peak). These include sensitive electronics such as smartphones, cameras, Bluetooth speakers, drones, and games consoles.

At just 4.03lbs it’s lighter than many portable Bluetooth speakers, and so compact it’s smaller than a lunchbox, perfect for carrying in your backpack.

Noiseless and emission-free operation

Like all power stations, it’s virtually noiseless and presents no danger from toxic gases, such as carbon monoxide normally associated with gas-powered portable generators.

Informative LED display and locking feature

The control panel has a lock feature to protect against accidental power drain and a bright LED display keeps you informed about wattage, charging status, and battery life.

Multiple power ports and outlets

There’s a great variety of ports and outlets fitted to the iGen200s, so you can charge up to 6 devices at the same time. These consist of:

  • 2x120V household outlets
  • 1xUSB port, 1xQuick Charge USB port
  • 1xUSB-C port
  • 1x6mm 9-12V DC outlet
  • 1x12V cigarette lighter socket


A built-in Tri-Mode flashlight provides you with a bright light whenever you need it, in your home during an outage, or out camping and on the trail as it gets dark.

Charging the iGen200s

Charging the unit is easy, using an AC outlet, from your car, or with an optional solar panel such as the Westinghouse WSolar100p 100W panel (paid link). Connected to a household outlet the unit charges to 80% in just 4 hours, and less than 5 hours in the car or using a solar panel.


Westinghouse back this product with a 2-year warranty and limited service, labor, and parts coverage. And you have a Nationwide Customer Service Network should you need it. 

Diverse Outlets

A great selection of ports and outlets are included so you can charge up to 9 devices at the same time (with the overall 150W maximum).

Westinghouse iGen200s Outlets
Westinghouse iGen200s Recharging Methods

Recharging Methods

At least 3 ways to charge the unit gives you total versatility, and charging is relatively quick.

Power Capabilities

The iGen200s packs 200W continuous and 300W peak / surge, enough to keep your gear powered away from the grid.

Westinghouse iGen200s Safe for Electronics

More information on this model can been found in its Owner Manual.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use all the output ports at the same time?

Yes, you can, provided the total wattage is less than the 150 running watts and 300 peak watts.

Which solar panel should I use with the iGen200s?

The perfect partner for you Westinghouse power station is their WSolar100p 100W solar panel (paid link).

Can I charge my car battery with this model?

No, unfortunately it’s not possible to charge a car battery with the iGen200s.

Can I take this power station on a plane?

Most likely no. According to TSA regulations, Li-ion batteries over 100Wh may or may not be allowed on your carry-on. Ask your airline or local TSA.

Can I use the power station while it is on charge?

Yes, it outputs power even when the unit is being charged.

Does the unit have overcharge protection?

Yes, and the unit will switch off automatically after a while when on charge and not in use.

Westinghouse iGen200S Manufacturer Specifications

Watt Hours (Wh)194
Milliamp-Hours (mAh)5500
Charge MethodsHousehold Outlet
Solar Panel
Household Outlet Charge Time4 hrs.
Car Outlet Charge Time4-5 hrs.
Solar Panel Charge Time4-5 hrs.
Battery TypeLithium-Ion
Continuous Watts150
Surge Watts300
Wave TypeModified Sine
Frequency60 Hz
AC Voltage120V
DC Voltage12V
Power OutletsDuplex 120V
2x USB
1x USB-C
1x 9-12V DC
Inputs1 8mm 12V DC
Display TypeLED
Display FeaturesAC/DC/Wattage
Failure Warning
DC Charging
AC/DC Status
Remaining Battery
Overload ProtectionYes
Over Voltage ProtectionYes
Over Current ProtectionYes
Short Circuit ProtectionYes
Temperature ControlYes
Low Voltage ProtectionYes
Included AccessoriesWall Charger
Car Charger
Car Cigarette Lighter Plug
Dimensions (inches)8L x 3.6W x 7.36H
Packaging Dimensions12L x 4.7W x 8.5H
Product Weight4.03 lb. (1.8 kg)
Package Weight5 lb. (2.27 kg)
Article written by Chris

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