Originally Posted by hobotech
Will you prepare a protable power station for RVs? I am thinking about these brands and hope to give some comments.
Like:Zendure Superbase Pro,Bluetti AC200P,Jackery EX 2000
1st Question: Are you HOBOTECH from YouTube? If so, this is Ray from Health Travelers. If you are not HOBOTECH from YouTube, you should follow his videos just for the information for which you are searching.
To answer the question as I perceive it: as a frequent boondocker, I believe in redundancy, especially in matters of power. I do use a Bluetti EB240 Portable Solar Generator. I also have an Onan 2500 LP generator that is built into my Pleasure-Way. When I don't want to disturb anyone at night, I'm more likely to use the solar generator after my on-board lithiums start to become depleted. I use a 300wh suitcase solar for charging both the house batteries and the Bluetti. Since I relocated my home base to Florida from Nevada, I find that the number of overcast days can be considerably more in the Southeast then the Southwest and find the Bluetti very useful. When the lithiums and solar generator deplete then my final backup is the Onan. The cost is the unit cost + weight (just under 50lbs.)
Hope this is the response requested.
2012 Pleasure-Way Plateau TD