BLUETTI AC50S 500Wh Portable Power Station with Solar Panel Included, 300W/Dual AC Outlet Solar Generator Camping Battery Backup

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  • 【Portable Power Station with Solar Panel Included】1*BLUETTI AC50S Solar Power Station (500Wh/300W) and all the accessories and 1 pcs 120W foldable solar panels and all its accessories.
  • 【BLUETTI AC50S Power Station】500Wh/300W Portable power station with a wide  14V-40V(Max),Max 120W, 10A Max. solar Input, MPPT, allowing recharge from AC wall outlet and solar panel. Two 120V AC outlet (Continuous 300W, pure sine wave) can load Max. 300W devices continuously.
  • 【BLUETTI 120W Solar Panel】It’s made of high qualified monocrystalline silicon cells which is 5% higher efficient than traditional monocrystalline. It features with ETFE lamination thus has better light transmittance, more durable, scratch-proof, and easy to clean by wet cloth. Foldable design with handle, weight only 9.48lbs. Convenient to carry around for outdoor camping. Easily adjust the angle by the kickstands for better solar absorption.
  • 【Solar Recharge time】1pcs BLUETTI 120W solar panels can quickly charge BLUETTI AC50S about 5.5-6 hours,The charging time are affected by many factors: such as the light intensity and the panel’s angle put on the ground.
  • 【Your Safety is Our Concern】BLUETTI AC50S utilizes the highest quality EV-grade 3C battery cell to guarantee the longest life, better heat dissipation and stability for the product. It is much safer than other common unknown battery cells on the market. It’s noise-free, zero emissions, eco-friendly. Battery Management System (BMS) enables voltage/current control, temperature control and more advanced safety functions. Soft glue design & Superior flame retardant material.

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BLUETTI AC50S 500Wh Portable Power Station with Solar Panel Included, 300W/Dual AC Outlet Solar Generator Camping Battery Backup for Travel Trip RV Home Bundle w/120W Solar Charger

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BLUETTI AC50S 500Wh Portable Power Station with Solar Panel Included

With over 10 years background of energy industry, BLUETTI is committed to provide premium all-in-one sustainable power solutions for all kinds of off-grid life.

BLUETTI AC50S 500Wh Portable Power Station

  • Capacity 500Wh/135135mAh, AC Load: Continuous 300W, Pure Sine Wave
  • Multi-outputs for Various Power Needs:2*AC120V AC outlet, 2*DC12V3A, 1*DC12V10A Car Port, 1* PD 45W Type-C, 4*USB-A 5V/3A
  • AC/Solar/Generator/Car Recharge.
  • Wide Solar Input: 14-40V(OCV), Max.120W, Max.10A. Solar Recharge Mode: MPPT.
  • Charge and Discharge (Pass-through) Function.
  • Regulated DC12V , Care for Car-powered Devices.


BLUETTI SP120 120W Solar Panel

  • Monocrystalline silicon cells, ETFE, scratch-proof, and easy to clean
  • Cell efficiency:23%, working voltage: 19.8v, OCV:23.7V,short circuit current:6.66A
  • Portable & Compact: 16in*16.8in(Fold), Weight:9.48lbs


Recharge time:

we recommend you connect one pcs SP120 solar panel with AC50S Power Station.

if the average input solar power is 90Wt 6Hrs to full recharge AC50S.

Calculation Method:

The final recharge time = 500Wh/the actual input solar power (the final actual input solar power = 120W * the conversion rate)

Note: The intensity of sunlight in a day is different, so the actual input solar power also changes. The conversion rate various from the solar panel, weather condition, strength of the sunlight, angle and altitude, etc.

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The four kickstands keep the best angle for better receiving the sunshine.

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The advantage of ETFE compared with PET:


  • Durable
  • Scratch-proof
  • 5% higher efficiency
  • Better light transmittance

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Hanging Ring

You can hang the solar panel on the window via the hanging ring.


Q1: How to choose the solar panel & what is the recharge time?

A: we recommend to choose solar panel that meets below:

1) open circuit voltage between 14-40v(OCV, open circuit voltage), Max.120W, Max.10A

2) MC4 Connector (if your solar panel has an anderson connector, you need to buy a anderson to mc4 charging cable)

we suggest to connect 1pcs SP120 120W solar panel.

Note: total OCV below 14V or above 40V will trigger low-voltage/over-voltage protection. AC50S only receive 120W/10A(Max.) if total input power /current exceed 120W/10A.

The recharge time various from different factors such as weather condition, the actual input solar power, temperature, angle, etc.

Q2: How do we ship this bundle?

A: Due to the large size of AC50S Power Station & SP120 Solar Panel, we will ship these two products separately!!!!!!!!

Additional information




Part Number


Item Weight

‎13.6 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎11.7 x 7.5 x 7.7 inches



Power Source



‎120 Volts


‎300 watts

Special Features

‎500Wh battery backup,It can provide you with power in any emergency situation, Size:11.6*7.5*7.7inch Weight:13.6lbs,with the foldable handle design, it is much space-saving to carry around for outdoor activities, A pre-installed MPPT in the BLUETTI AC50S allows up to 40% faster charging speed from the solar panels.



Date First Available

January 20, 2021

10 reviews for BLUETTI AC50S 500Wh Portable Power Station with Solar Panel Included, 300W/Dual AC Outlet Solar Generator Camping Battery Backup

  1. Oneredstar

    The description for the Bluetti AC50S and the SP120 combination said, at the time of my purchase, there is (Include 2Pcs 120W Foldable Solar Panel), this is an incorrect description, I believe they have changed the description to 1 pc. Do not let this stop you from buying this combination set. The single SP120 Solar panel is all that is needed to charge the AC50S.I contacted Max Oak, because I did not receive the SP120 #2 and wondered where it was. The Customer service is very gracious and explained the confusion very well. This is a great company to buy from, I have no doubt that if I need any Customer Support in the Future, they will be there for me.As far as a review of this Solar Generator, WOW! what an amazing device. I plugged my 20″ LED TV, and amplified Speakers into the AC inverter while I was charging my cell phone and my Wifi Hotspot, all at the same time and the AC50S had LOTS of power to spare. I was using only 29watts AC and 8watts DC. I have not had the chance to use the Solar Panel, it has been raining since it was delivered yesterday, but it is very well made and I have no doubt it will perform as expected. The stitching on the fabric case is very nicely done, the materials used to construct this portable Solar Panel are all very excellent materials. I can see this will last for years. You will not be disappointed if you buy this. Do not expect this to power your Microwave Oven, or a Toaster, or Coffee pot, this unit is not designed for that level of power. Bluetti makes other Solar Generators of much higher wattage if you need that degree of functionality. But for devices under 300 watt consumption this AC50S it awesome.This is very light weight, very portable, the handles are strong but fold down flat and are completly out of the way, the color portion of this is a soft silicone rubbery like material that takes any sharp edges off of this unit, and it looks really nice. The plugs are all very strong made and when you plug something into the Bluetti, you can feel it is a very postitve connection. Plus the AC50S and SP120 come with a 2 year warranty. You can not ask for more. You will love this device combo.

  2. Happy Sleeper

    I specifically use this for tent camping. One of the main reasons I got this setup was to run my 2kW diesel heater. It works great! I run my diesel heater for 12 hours each night including LED lights and charging two iPhones. This uses about 40% of the batteries capacity. The next day the sun and the bluetti 120 watt solar panel fully recharges this unit back to 100% and I’m good to go again! I really do love this unit and hope that time will prove it to be super reliable.

  3. Jeeper15

    Bought this to power our Costway 55qt fridge and other small devices on out over landing/camping trips. We also bought the 120watt solar panels as well. I bought this because it has one of the best and shortest times recharging from solar power that I have found. 1st night our fridge was plugged in from 6 at night to 8 am and it only down one of the 20% power bars but I would say it uses about 25 to 30% in that time. Plugged the solar panels back in a 8am for about 2 hrs and then moved camp to a different location and re plugged solar back in around 10:15. By 11:30 the Bluetti had fully recharge back up. This means you can run indefinitely as long as there is some sunshine. We we recharging at around 96 watt hrs in the best sunshine. This saves us from having to do a dual battery setup in the Jeep. This has been one of the best purchases for camping we’ve bought.

  4. BlkWgn

    Well built, good balance between size and output power. The solar panel was charging at a rate of 98-110 watts on an overcast day. This will not be my last Bluetti purchase photos at @BlkWgn

  5. Jean E Leyton

    I really like the setup of the powerstation. The different outlets and ports are exactly what I need. The power cord for the solar panel are marked wrong and don’t connect correctly, but the customer service people kept helping to fix the issue and it finally worked. They responded to my issues very promptly. When the unit is on, it is very quiet, and so light and portable!

  6. TigerCat

    This Bluetti product is everything the YouTube videos say it is. It’s very portable, the AC wave is very accurate. It charges very quickly with the solor panels that came with it. When I put the solor panels in direct sunlight it produces 88 to 105 watts of power. In overcast light the solor panels produces about 20 watts. The DC 12 volts is very well regulated. I feel the whole system is very easy to set up and use. I would recommend this product.

  7. ProfChaos42

    After researching online for battery backups, ordered this one to power laptop/router/phone during CA rolling blackouts. Received it yesterday and it was at 80% charge. Plugged in the 120W SP and was getting around 90-93W from the panel. After two days charging in the sun for a total of 10 hours my battery is still at 80%. Contacted MaxOak Direct through Amazon, hoping the response is within a few days. Others have said the customer support is terrible. Hoping this is just a bad unit.UPDATE: I am updating this review to 5 stars because of the service I received from MaxOak. After submitting pictures to MaxOak of the problem with the unit, they sent out a replacement unit after a week. The new unit fully charged to 100% via AC. Haven’t tested the solar panel charging yet but I don’t expect any issues. MaxOak sent a FedEx return tag for the broken unit. When I took the unit to FedEx in the original box, FedEx charged me $11 to put the box into another box! FedEx said that the original box wasn’t a shipping box. I let MaxOak know that FedEx is charging for the return and maybe they want to use someone else for shipping. MaxOak credited me $11 for the extra box! I had great experience with the customer service and while I don’t want to have a power outage to use the unit, it looks to be a great battery backup.

  8. A Anderson

    Great alternative to carrying around heavy batteries the AC 50 S bluetti is a awesome little power station I was able to run my car fridge on eco-mode drawing about 40w When on For 38 hours with two small USB fans this will be a great asset to us went out camping the solar panel they sent on a cloudy day was putting out about 50w Can’t wait To use it on our next camping trip. Compared to another power station I had this one seems very sturdy and build well it just feels really good they use quality materials to build them. Would definitely recommend this. Update 8/2/2021 OK so after coming back from my nine State 4200 mile trip I did come across a few issues. first issue sometimes after charging when turning the unit on the display will look fuzzy I guess I could say But clears up after a few seconds. And another thing is the DC 12v 10 AM plug cigarette lighter plug is very loose my refrigerator kept getting a fault and turning off because it was not tight enough to hold it in while driving or if it gets bumped in anyway. I am not having the same issue with a competitors unit. Next thing is find some sort of rubber plugs to cover up the holes for the AC outlets DC outlets USB ports it’s like a dust magnet. Lol other than that trip was pretty good I was able to run my car fridge 24/7 and two USB fans at night and use the vehicle to charge it while driving and solar while camping worked well with the 120w solar panel from Bluetti. I’ll be contacting bluetti about the display and possibly see what they have in mind for the 12 V plug.

  9. Phil

    300 watts but 500 watt hours of use.Tested it, put it on my cigarette lighter in my car naturally with the engine on. Was charging at almost 120 wants say about 112???While outlet naturally charge as well and I also tried the solar but being in Oregon a sunny day is rare so I feel confident it can maybe get up to 120 W but if you are at zero power I can absolutely see you needing it to be in direct sunlight for 8 to 10 hours to fully charge it on a solar panel.Was rather impressive plugging all kind of crap in and watching the whites being pulled.I have one of those “My Heat” many personal heaters which pools 200 W and ran it for 2 1/2 hours straight while I had other stuff going on it for charging and it worked exactly as described and that also put it at the 300 W hour mark.When you plug it into recharge you naturally hear the push poll fans kick in to suck cool air in and blow it out the other side it just sounds like a car air conditioner.It was between this one or the Jackery, if you know what you were getting and you just need to offset some inconvenience every now and again this is good but if you have expectations of powering say a small space heater or a mini refrigerator all night you were in for a rude awakening and so you need to go with the super big $3,000 to $4000 solar generators or a gas powered one.Glad I got this over Jackery and for less money, Sale for $599

  10. procyon

    I got this panel to alleviate energy anxiety while car camping for several weeks. I had tried using a heavy duty battery backup unit and it’s performance was terrible and I had to rely on my friend’s solar panel system to keep everything charged. This model was the only company that would ship to Alaska, and they were having a sale, so it was an easy choice to make.The folding solar panel is fantastic. Easy to store. and includes a large, zippered pouch that I use to store all of the adapter cables. Though it was rated for 120 watts, I was able to get as high as 106W on the test that I did, and I am more than happy with that given the portable nature of the solar panel. The panel also has metal eye holes on the side so you can hang them from a rope attached to a tree, your car, etc. I used them for charging the battery in the morning and as a sun shade. My only complaint is that the folding legs are secured by velcro, and this velcro is very hard to separate. Once the folding leg touches the velcro again it’s instantly secured. This is great for most things, just not for when I’m trying to unfold all the legs. Hold the panel gently at 45 degrees and that should make the four legs (one for each panel section) less obnoxious to pry apart. It took me a few times to figure out how to do this without smudging the panels with my fingerprints. This panel is so sensitive that those fingerprints will slightly decrease your efficiency.I was able to charge an iPhone 11 using the included magnetic wireless charger built into the battery unit and it performed flawlessly. I also like how I can toggle DC and AC power. In between charging the iPhone, an iPad, my friend’s Android phone, a battery bank, and a drone battery, I was able to do it all just from the solar panel in the middle of the day with a clear sky, pulling 75 watts to charge but having 90 to 106 watts of input from the sun. Pretty incredible. Overcast days range from 10W to 40W depending on the angle of the sun and the thickness of the clouds. Still sufficient for keeping your smartphone and/or tablet charged.Gas generators tend to be cheaper and output more power in the short term, but I need the gas that I carry for emergencies and didn’t want to deal with the noise or the smell. This solar option is quiet, truly portable, and I will be buying a second solar panel next summer for even faster charging. The panels can be daisy-chained as long as you stay under 300 watts (on this particular 500Wh battery system).

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