Bluetti EP500 Home Backup Power Station

Bluetti EP500 home backup power station is designed to help you deal with any power outage situation with 5100Wh of LiFePO4 battery storage. Sounds cool? Let’s keep checking.Bluetti EP500 Home Backup Power Station

The EP500 is a powerful and versatile home power station that measures 22.8 x 11.8 x 29.9 inches and weighs 167 lbs, and an optional pro version weighs 182 lbs. As shown in the images, both models deliver a sleek modern design to fit in any interior style, and with integrated wheels, you can easily move it from one place to another.

The EP500 and EP500 Pro features 5100Wh of LiFePO4 battery storage and 2000W (3000W for EP500Pro) pure sine wave inverter to provide all the power you need to keep your essential electronic devices running. Furthermore, its seamless 24/7 UPS backup protection from power outages and plug-and-play usability allow for reliable supply without encountering any sudden stop.Bluetti EP500 Home Backup Power Station

The EP500 power station comes equipped with two wireless charging pads, 1x USB-C port with 100W PD, 2x standard USB-A ports, 2x fast charging USB-A ports, 2x 12V DC ports, 1x 12V30A RV port and 1x 12V cigarette lighter port and 4x 2000W AC outlets. Compared with EP500, EP500 Pro has 2x USB-C ports, 4x 2000W AC outlets and 1x 3000W AC outlet.

Moreover, with multiple layers of protection, both EP500 and EP500 Pro can safely work under all conditions, and it also features a 6,000+ charge cycle. In addition, using Bluetti app, you can easily control the home backup power station on your phone, and its firmware can be updated over WiFi.Bluetti EP500 Home Backup Power Station

The crowdfunding campaign is ongoing on Kickstarter. We can pledge $3,159 to preorder the home backup power station ($3,799 for its pro version). Both versions will be shipped in October 2021.

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