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Nope.
AmazonShopper
· August 7, 2018
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Yes, I have already taken my unit apart. I put in a voltage meter and switch to turn the meter off. Battery is a great quality 22ah 12volt replaceable. Good luck. It's a great product
JMeady
· June 12, 2018
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Instructions say "Your portable power station should not be charged for more than 40 hours continuously. "
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· October 21, 2018
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No they are not removable
Ashok Subramanian
· July 25, 2018
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Most packs like this have a 12V "18 amp-hour" battery. You say another has 40 amp-hour? That sounds quite a bit bigger and would likely be heavier (like 25+ pounds versus ~18 pounds for this size), but is it still 12V? I hope that's what it really is so we are comparing similar things. I've seen some things adverti… see more Most packs like this have a 12V "18 amp-hour" battery. You say another has 40 amp-hour? That sounds quite a bit bigger and would likely be heavier (like 25+ pounds versus ~18 pounds for this size), but is it still 12V? I hope that's what it really is so we are comparing similar things. I've seen some things advertised with "300 watt-hours" where 300 sounds much bigger, but converting that to amp-hours it's (300/12=25amp-hours), so not much more than 18. Watch out for such things where they want you to think it's better with a much bigger number, but it may not be. see less Most packs like this have a 12V "18 amp-hour" battery. You say another has 40 amp-hour? That sounds quite a bit bigger and would likely be heavier (like 25+ pounds versus ~18 pounds for this size), but is it still 12V? I hope that's what it really is so we are comparing similar things. I've seen some things advertised with "300 watt-hours" where 300 sounds much bigger, but converting that to amp-hours it's (300/12=25amp-hours), so not much more than 18. Watch out for such things where they want you to think it's better with a much bigger number, but it may not be.
Thomas H. Lawler
· October 3, 2018
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Manual says to charge after using it to jumpstart a vehicle and every 3 months. I have let mine sit in my vehicle for 2months and it still showed full charge.
timothy sims
· December 1, 2019
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Yes
Amazon Customer
· December 19, 2018
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You may be able to use this as a power source and use a device like the "Wagan el9796 jumper" to move power into the dead car (or power AC chargers off the inverter going to the lighter). There's several brands of devices like that Wagan one which are labeled for "jumping" cars and will actually "pump" power into the … see more You may be able to use this as a power source and use a device like the "Wagan el9796 jumper" to move power into the dead car (or power AC chargers off the inverter going to the lighter). There's several brands of devices like that Wagan one which are labeled for "jumping" cars and will actually "pump" power into the dead car thru the lighter plug (where other cables like the Clore ESA1 cable that are just wires with lighter plugs won't move much power to the car). The advantage of those lighter plug "jumpers" is that you don't need to open the hood and directly connect up cables (with some being afraid of connecting the cables wrong or standing in the rain). Yet there's several disadvantages of them including it takes 10-20 minutes to slowly "pump" the power into the dead car (it's not just plugging it in and instantly starting), the car battery must be a "good" one that accepts the power and can start the car (if the car battery is "bad" the slow charge won't start you), and you will burn some power doing the "pumping" of power (or running the AC inverter for AC chargers). Also some may forget to have the key in the "dead" car in "accessories" so power can go thru the lighter plug, but you don't want it in "run" until trying to start so the engine to minimize power used while charging. Those issues have given most of those devices a low rating, yet it makes sense to me that it takes the time to send low power thru lighter circuits, etc. So don't be surprised about those restrictions. Feel free to add comments if you have other questions about the device you have or such. see less You may be able to use this as a power source and use a device like the "Wagan el9796 jumper" to move power into the dead car (or power AC chargers off the inverter going to the lighter). There's several brands of devices like that Wagan one which are labeled for "jumping" cars and will actually "pump" power into the dead car thru the lighter plug (where other cables like the Clore ESA1 cable that are just wires with lighter plugs won't move much power to the car). The advantage of those lighter plug "jumpers" is that you don't need to open the hood and directly connect up cables (with some being afraid of connecting the cables wrong or standing in the rain). Yet there's several disadvantages of them including it takes 10-20 minutes to slowly "pump" the power into the dead car (it's not just plugging it in and instantly starting), the car battery must be a "good" one that accepts the power and can start the car (if the car battery is "bad" the slow charge won't start you), and you will burn some power doing the "pumping" of power (or running the AC inverter for AC chargers). Also some may forget to have the key in the "dead" car in "accessories" so power can go thru the lighter plug, but you don't want it in "run" until trying to start so the engine to minimize power used while charging. Those issues have given most of those devices a low rating, yet it makes sense to me that it takes the time to send low power thru lighter circuits, etc. So don't be surprised about those restrictions. Feel free to add comments if you have other questions about the device you have or such.
Thomas H. Lawler
· August 27, 2018
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9lbs.
jamiehennessy
· December 12, 2017
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It provides an electric socket so it provides temporary power for anything you can plug into it for several hours during a power outage
ted ginsberg
· June 26, 2018