EF ECOFLOW EFDELTA 1260Wh Solar Generator with 110W Solar Panel , 6 X 1800W (3300W Surge) AC Outlets, Portable Power Station

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $2,399.00

  • Kit Includes: 1x 1260wh Solar Generator and all its accessories; 1x 110W Foldable Solar Panel and all its accessories. May be in different warehouses because the products are in the form of a Bundle. Don’t worry when you receive only part of the product, you can send us an email and we will provide you with another tracking number.
  • Fast Charging: EFDELTA can be recharged from 0% to 80% in 1 hour and to 100% in 1.6 hours. ECOFLOW patented X-Stream Technology empowers EFDELTA recharged at 10 times the speed of most portable power stations in the market with just a standard AC cable. (NO HEAVY, BULKY ADAPTOR or BRICK).
  • Fast Recharge By Solar: EFDELTA MPPT Controller guarantees faster recharge rate of solar and the wider compatibility with any solar panel: Open Circuit voltage(OCV): 10-65V/ 10A max, 400W Max Input. (MC4 to XT60 Solar Cable Included). SOLAR RECHARGE TIME: EFDELTA can be fully recharged by solar panel in about 4 Hours.
  • Outdoor Camping Battery: Portable power station specially designed for charging laptops, mini-cooler, mini space heaters, and other outdoor electronics. EFDELTA features 6* AC outlet,2x 60W USB-C, 4x USB-A (2 normal+2 fast charge): Smart Phones, Speaker and Tablets; 1x 13.6V CAR PORT: Car Fridge or Vacuum Cleaner, so can power following 13 devices simultaneously.
  • Waterproof & Durable: The 110w solar panel is waterproof to endure all weather conditions, ideal for outdoor activities such as camping, climbing, hiking. You can submerge the panel in water for up to 30 minutes with no detrimental effect to the product.

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EF ECOFLOW EFDELTA 1260Wh Solar Generator with 110W Solar Panel , 6 X 1800W (3300W Surge) AC Outlets, Portable Power Station for Outdoors Camping RV Hunting Emergency

EF ECOFLOW EFDELTA 1260Wh Solar Generator with 110W Solar Panel

EF ECOFLOW EFDELTA 1260Wh Solar Generator with 110W Solar Panel

ECOFLOW DELTA + 110W solar panel bundle

Charge time: Depends on the input power of the solar panel (the strength of the direct sunshine, temperature, weather etc.)

1. Serial connection (recommended) ‒ Users can connect 1-3 pieces of solar panels (up to a maximum of 3 panels) in series as shown in the figure. Connect the panels to the MC4 port and connect them to our MC4 to XT60 conversion cable. Connect the XT60 cable to the EF DELTA’s XT60 input to charge the device.

2. Serial and parallel connection (professional solution) –Users can connect up to 2 sets of solar panels in parallel to the MC4 port as shown in the figure.

If you want to connect 6 pieces of solar panels, you can split -them into 2 sets of 3 solar panels connected in series and connect the 2 sets of solar panels in parallel. Connect them our MC4 to XT60 conversion cable. the Connect XT60 cable to the EFDELTA’s XT60 input to charge the device. The parallel connection cable is an optional accessory that is purchased separately.

EF ECOFLOW EFDELTA 1260Wh Solar Generator with 110W Solar Panel

1260Wh Solar Generator FAQ

Q1: How to choose the solar panel and what is the charge time?

A: Equipped with EF ECOFLOW MPPT controller, EFDELTA is compatible with any solar panel ( MC4 Port ONLY) as below: Open Circuit voltage(OCV): 10-65V/ 10A, 400W Max. ( MC4 to XT60 Connector Included ) Charge time: Depends on the input power of the solar panel (the strength of the direct sunshine, realistic data varies from different temperature, angles, weather etc.)

Q2: Can I chain multiple 110W Solar Panel together?

A: The chainable feature enables you to chain a maximum of Four 110W solar panels together with the MC4 cable.

Q3 : How do we ship our products?

A: Due to the big size of EcoFlow Power Stations & Solar Panels, we will ship separately if your order has multiple products including portable power stations and foldable solar panels. (Note: Adult signature required)

Q4: Why does the battery lose power when not in use?

A: The unit may be in standby mode where the power supply, screen, and/or inverter could be using up to 50W. Remember to long press the power button to turn the unit completely off. If the unit loses power when completely off, try recharging it to 100% and use it to 0% two or three times to calibrate the battery. If the problem persists, please contact customer support.

Additional information

Brand

Manufacturer

‎EF ECOFLOW-US

Color

‎Black

Style

‎DELTA+110W SOLAR PANEL

Power Source

‎Battery-powered, Solar powered

Voltage

‎120 Volts

Wattage

‎1800 watts

ASIN

B089B2CZCD

Date First Available

May 28, 2020

10 reviews for EF ECOFLOW EFDELTA 1260Wh Solar Generator with 110W Solar Panel , 6 X 1800W (3300W Surge) AC Outlets, Portable Power Station

  1. TonyE

    The ECOFLOW Delta is a very resourceful solar power station can handle both big and smaller jobs.

  2. Prof G

    Great power station. I went with this instead of a generator and that was a great decision. No cans full of gasoline to tote. No fumes that will kill you. No trying to ground it to keep it from shocking you. It’s inside. Easy to pick up and use. Runs everything in my RV. Lasts as long as a generator would. I can charge while I’m driving. So many ports available! Makes no noise. It’s not cheap but it’s so worth it. Twice the cost of the generator, but ten times better! And when you charge your phone or laptop, it charges them quickly. I highly recommend this power station.

  3. Troy Price

    I use the Delta to run an Engel refrigerator cooler when camping and I can get an easy 24 hours out of it without charge. Added with 2 solar panels it does a good job doing most of the camping trip without gasoline, or ice.When needing a charge in case of cloudy day, a quality digital inverter gas generator like Honda charges it up quick and it’s ready to go for another day+.

  4. reader

    I bought this product for use during power outages. It will run a TV plus DVD player for 6 hours. I have been using it for construction work on a site with no temporary power yet. It will run all but the highest power circular saws and will run all the cordless tool chargers all day. I really like that the display reads out the power use and predicted battery life in both charge and discharge modes. It’s really nice to not have to listen to a gas-powered generator that uses up gas whenever it’s running whether or not tools are being used.

  5. Beau Chevassus

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  Our little fam have just adopted camping and our trailer (1968) doesn’t have any power. Instead of re-wiring the entire thing, I bought this.- Charged my laptop and cell phone throughout the entire camping weekend.- Enough juice to power some lights for outdoors.- Do note: NOT enough juice to be doing my wife’s hair dryer (of course)- Love, love, love the solar panel addition (it’s huge). I had it out in our cloudy (Seattle-area) weather and it still was trickle charging. There is MUCH more power however when I charged it beforehand or when the sun is at full strength.- Tons of ports (USB, USB C, regular outlets)- Large LCD display says exactly how much power your consuming (and also how much power it’s charging)Do note: this thing is heavy! You won’t be carrying this backpacking. (but car camping? Heck yes. This thing is a powerhouse) Also note the fans kick in to keep it cool. These fans can be loud if you’re sitting right next to the thing, so I recommend an extension cord to pair with this.

  6. AllTheTech

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  If you’ve ever needed extra power while on some sort of expedition, then you need one of these. You can power just about anything most humans use on a regular basis, short of maybe welding. I’ve been playing with this unit for a few days and I’ve yet to find something, or a combination of things that I would use in the real world that could NOT charge. I even hooked it up to several power tool battery chargers and a 1000W space heater to get my workshop nice and toasty. I’ve really been trying to stump this large power station, and thus far I have failed.The Good- 1,800 watts of continuous power is an incredible amount of energy, BETTER than most US household outlets (110V*15A=1,650W)- Incredibly fast charge time: 80% in 60 min!- Easy to read/understand LCD- Solid construction/high end materials- Fast solar panel recharge of 600w max (need 4 panels)- Lightweight (for amount of energy supplied)- 2 USB-C ports- 6 AC outlets @ 1800W is more than I can throw at it- Solar charges the unit very quicklyThe Not So Good- Too heavy to bring everywhere, if you need lightweight consider River600- USB-C are 60watts instead of 100W (River600)- No App (not really a problem)ConclusionThis is an incredibly powerful power station that charges very fast. I haven’t seen another product that holds as much power and recharges as fast, full stop. Its got plenty of outlets and usb ports to charge anything I own, short of my dryer. I’ve tested this unit w/ 5-6 devices/appliances at a time and it handles it easily. This is a must have for anyone in need of power on the road/camping/backup/portable workshop.I took this with me to help a friend do electrical work and cut lumber for construction at the same time. Instead of waiting until the power was back on, we were able to cut and do electrical at the same time. As a photographer, I’m using this to power 2 Macbook Pros, charge camera batteries, and power strobes while shooting on location. Its plenty power enough to power all my tools for several days, for personal or professional use. This is an absolute must have, I dont know how I’ve been living this long w/out one.

  7. Leon Terrell

    EcoFlow is the Tesseract of power batteries. Most impressed with quick charging times (both AC and car) and you can charge EcoFlow as you are using/discharging it. I purchased this product as a home power backup. My objective is to survive an emergency and not necessarily have all the same operating status during the emergency as before emergency. I experienced the Texas winter storm and did not have a backup system. I was lucky to have had rolling power during the storm: many were not so lucky. Also, my experience taught me that I need to have a backup plan for heat (and air) even if power is available as these systems may fail independent of power availability (or because of power surges). It is tough getting service repairs for central air and heat during a disaster. EcoFlow fits my emergency plan perfectly as it plugs in for loss of power or loss of equipment operation situations.

  8. HC

    I’ve only had it a few weeks. The Ecoflow Delta comes 30% charged. That gave me an opportunity to try the solar panel. The 110W solar panel gave around 84W the first afternoon in full sun. Got up to 45% charged. The second day I had the panel out all day, orienting with the sun as the day went. The best I got was around 91W. Got up to 80% charged. The third day I didn’t watch it as closely. When I checked around 1pm the Ecoflow was 100% charged. We have a fairly large room air filtration unit (~85W) and I tried running that overnight. By morning the Ecoflow was down to 10%. I plugged it in to charge and when I checked on it some hours later it was charged up. We have a large portable air conditioner and I tried that (~1040W). The Ecoflow could run it, but the readout indicates that it would only be able to run it for about an hour. Bottom line the Ecoflow could run some of the large things I threw at it. But for sure a single 110W panel is not enough; it took too long to charge even with full sun. The portable stand, which is also the bag for the panel is ok if you’re on the go but really, I would recommend building a nicer stand that can keep the panels straight and allow for easier angle and rotation adjustments. The bag for the Ecoflow is nice. I’ll need a pouch for the cables.

  9. EricS

    Because of the wildfires in California and the associated power blackouts, I needed to find a way of keeping my medications cool. After doing some on-line research, I selected this portable battery system and I’m glad I did. It’s perfect for my application. I’d give it 6 stars if I could. I connected it to a VBENLEM 22L portable car refrigerator, which had plenty of space for my medications. It took 84 hours for the battery charge to drop from 100% to 10% while keeping my medications at 4 degrees Celsius. If I needed more time, I could have recharged the battery by hooking it to my car’s battery or by hooking it to the portable solar array that I also purchased. And, of course, it can also be recharged from the electrical grid, when the power goes back on. There is a large array of outputs from the battery – DC, AC, USB-A, USB-C – so it can be used as a backup for computers, cell phones, and other devices.

  10. Lawdog01

    I have been looking at these systems for over a year now. It’s pretty stiff competition with all of them. I selected the Delta due to the higher capacity to cost ratio. The features are basic, but less to worry about. It has enough power to run a 1500 watt coffee maker, and keep on going. It almost yas enough power to run my entire camper until I kick on the A/C unit. Not quite enough for that, but if you need it for all that, you need a Delta Pro that will release in July 2021. Great item to have for off grid short or long term living. Highly recommend the Delta over the competition.

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