16-Feb-2022 | Market Research Store
BLUETTI has made a number of announcements for 2022, including sodium battery power plants, solar panels, and all-inclusive home power alternatives. While most people are waiting for announcements about the BLUETTI APEX in 2022, the brand's product line is growing to include better power solutions for the home.
1. The sodium-ion battery is the next generation of energy storage.
On CES 2022, BLUETTI unveiled the world's first sodium-ion solar generator, the NA300, and its corresponding battery pack, the B480.
The B480 and NA300 fluently retain all of the aesthetic and style options of its previous version, the EP500 Pro, which is driven by pure sine wave inverter 3,000 W with one 30A L14-30 output port and four 20A plugs to power maximum home electrical equipment. Furthermore, the NA300's 3,000W solar input outperforms the EP500 Pro's astounding 2,400W solar input. It can be called the quickest charging solar generator since it can be charged from 0 percentage to 80 percent in less than half an hour using 6,000W speedy AC + PV dual charging (Maximum 3,000W for both AC and PV).
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2. The APEX Has Arrived After a Long Wait: AC500 BLUETTI
The BLUETTI AC series will now go 5kW in 2022, after two years of development and product iteration: The BLUETTI AC500 is a powerful machine (aka. The APEX). The BLUETTI AC500, as its name suggests, includes a ground-breaking 5,000-watt pure sine wave inverter, which is the most powerful inverter BLUETTI has ever sold and may well be the most powerful inverter on the market today. The AC500, such as the AC300, is a 100 percent customizable solar battery system that uses its own B301 battery module and is compatible with the older battery module B300 that BLUETTI provided with the AC300 in the year 2020.
The BLUETTI AC500 can accommodate up to 6 B301 (3,072Wh LFP per pack) battery modules per unit, for a total capacity of 18,432Wh. During power outages or emergencies, you can power your entire family's basic necessities for days.
3. BLUETTI EB3A, the Tiny but Mighty Assassin
BLUETTI has introduced another even smaller unit to its CES stand, just a few months after releasing the last little variant, the EB55. EB3A is a kind of EB3A.
Unlike previous BLUETTI naming conventions, the name EB3A stands out amid entire BLUETTI products and BLUETTI’s staff told us that the "A" stands for "advanced." With a 600W pure sine wave inverter and 288Wh of LiFePO4 battery pack under the hood, as well as support for up to 200 watts of solar input, the EB3A is going to be a big catfish for the entry-level power station market