What is in the box
- Portable power station
- User manual & warranty card
- AC charging cable
- USB-C cable
- DC5525 car charging cable
- MC4-DC5525 cable
Life Cycles :
3500+ cycles up to 80% of original capacity
Charge to 80% every 3-6 months
MPPT controller, BMS, UPS etc.
Car socket output :
Max. 120W (12V⎓8A)
AC output :
600W (Surge 1200W) 120V~60Hz
LED lighting :
AC input :
Max. 550W (120V/5A)
Solar charge :
Max. 150W (DC5525 10~24V)
5.3 KG / 11.7LB
Operating temperature :
I have one of their smaller one and had to order this one when it came available.
This unit charges super fast with the A/C plug or a solar panel. I have a 200w panel and it's almost as fast as the wall charger. Has plenty of power to run a fan/fans or light/lights for several hours. This unit is hard to beat, especially for the price.
One thing I really like about this product is the customer service, it's been first rate.
It is a very nice and compact unit.
It has 299Wh using LiFePO4 battery which is a lot safer and has way a lot more charging cycles than the NMC batteries, this one of the reasons I bought this unit.
It has 600W pure sine wave inverter.
It comes with AC power, car adapter cord, and Solar charging cables.
I tested that battery capacity using AC load, it comes out to be about 250Wh which is about 84% of the 299Wh battery capacity, this is about typical capacity you will get from power station due to inverter efficiency and system loss.
The Solar/DC input has 5525 port, 10 ~ 24 Vdc 10A, 150W max.
The UPS modes works pretty fast, I do not see my laptop drops out during switching test.
The bad thing I do not like:
1) It has only one AC outlet.
2) The display is really lagging due to not much information being displayed such as power input/output, you can't tell how much power you are putting in or drawing from the unit.
3) It uses a 5525 connector for DC input for charging, it should use XT60 connector instead which typical for small power stations.
4) It does not have a PD port for input/output.
5) It does not have wireless charging for cell phones.
6) It has fixed handle on top so the top is not flat.
At $299 is not a really bad price for Power Station with LiFePO4, I like the unit but I really hate the display.
it will come in handy this summer when we have rolling black out here in California.
BTW, I can extend the run time using 1my SOK 100Ah 12V LiFePO4 battery and the boost converter to feed this unit to extend the run time.
Note: the unit shipped with Hibernation mode on, so if if you have small load <20W, such as CPAP machine or small fridge, the unit will go into hibernation mode so there will be no output after 15 minutes, you can turn hibernation mode off per instruction in the user manual.
DURANENER NEO-300 Pro Hibernation mode ON - OFF instruction:
Turn on the DC output.
Press the LED power switch and the AC power switch at the same time, the AC icon should flash 9 times to indicate that the Hibernation mode is off, to turn Hibernation mode back on, repeat the same procedures and you will see the AC icon flashes 3 times.
Notes: in Hibernation mode, if it detects <200mA (<20W load) of current draws it will go into hibernation mode after 15 minutes. The inverter draws about 7W in standby mode ( inverter on but no AC load).