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The second thing you need to know before you buy a portable power station is how you plan to charge your portable power station.
Each portable power station has a variety of different charging options, and one very important thing you need to know is what is the maximum input power of the portable power station you are buying it.
Most portable power stations on the market have a maximum input power of about 50 to 150 watts, and in this wattage range it will generally be quite slow when you change your energy storage. Unless you have a relatively small portable power station that is only 100 to 300 watts, it may not seem slow because it won't take very long to fully charge. But when you have a large portable power station, say 1000W or more, then it will take a long time to fully charge it, which is worse because waiting for it to fully charge you miss out on using it for its intended purpose.
So, you need to pay attention to its maximum input power when choosing a larger portable power system, when the maximum input power of 400 watts, you can fully charge this energy storage in just a few hours. Because of this, you need to know its maximum input power so that it can complete its charging in a very short time, saving you a lot of time.
Just like the Mauten Portable Power Station CN1000 can be fully charged in less than five hours! And it has 3 very convenient charging options: AC wall outlet (30% shorter charging time compared to similar products!), and Car socket (allows you to recharge it on the road, saving time) and solar panel charging (its built-in MPPT controller enables the solar panel to operate at its maximum power point, allowing the power station to charge at maximum efficiency!) Bringing real convenience to your outdoor life.