【7 Safety Protections】
1*AC Output 120V, 60Hz 330W , 660W surge, Pure Sine Wave
|USB-A||3*USB-A QC 3.0 18W each|
|DC5525 Outputs||2*DC5525 Outputs 12V/10A|
|Cigarette lighter port||1*Cigarette lighter port 12V/10A|
|USB-C||1*USB-C PD3.0 60W|
|Flashlight with SOS mode||1* flashlight with SOS mode|
|LED light||1* LED light|
|LCD Display||1*LCD Display|
|Dimensions||10.9 x 9.6 x 9.1 inches|
Q1: How long can the Togo power Advance350 power up my device?
A: As a general rule of thumb：Working times = 346Wh X 0.85 / operating wattage of your device
For example, if your device is 10W, the working time will be about 346Wh X 0.85 / 10W=29.4hrs.
Please note: the actual working time may vary from different usages and conditions.
Q2: What devices can Advance350 power?
A: Please note that the AC output port can only charge/power devices that operate at less than total 346 Watt.
Q3: Does Advance350 include a built-in MPPT controller?
A: Yes, Advance350 power stations have a built-in MPPT controller.
This is a great little solar generator for the price. I got it primarily for keeping phones, lights, and other electronics charged while I'm camping, and it works great for that. Good number of ports plus the wireless pad on top meant we could top off both phones each night and still have a couple ports to charge up lights, and the PD port for the laptop.
The biggest negatives this unit has, and they are minor overall, is that it's slow to charge, taking only a max of 65 watts in no matter what you throw at it, and that the cycles to 80% battery life is pretty low by today's model standards. Still, given this price, that's not totally surprising. As long as you can find a solar panel that has enough volts for the MPPT controller in the unit, you can get a full charge from 0 in about 6 hours. The MPPT does require higher voltage, meaning some of the bargain solar panels that only manage 16-17 volts under load will only give it about 12 watts input instead of the 65 it can take.
I am so impressed with this power station. It is completely portable and goes up to 330 W which is great for camping. I could also connect my solar panel to it. This is helpful if there is a power outage at home or if I need to run some equipment or something small out in the yard. We usually end up just using this to charger cell phones when we’re camping for the whole week. I do like the lights as they are very bright and helpful when setting up camp if we got there too late.
Very pleased with this power station. Recently my lights went out and I was able to power up my devices to keep working from home. The station is portable and easy easy to use. Definitely recommend with the money!
I love this power station. I have till now used in my 3 camping's , and it works great . i don't know much of technicalities but i was able to run 2 lights , ipad charge and phone charge for multiple times and single charge for 3 days.the good thing is it comes up with 2 way lights which can be used as a torch and once i kept it all on for whole night it drained the only 10% batteryPros: small, portable, handle folds flat and flush with a flat top, unlike the bulky and awkward strange shapes that other power stations seem to love. The sides are all a sensible rectangle which makes it easy to store with no gaps.Cons: still dont know
Small and very portable