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Ends 1/6 at 10PM PT. Tools.woot! has the iRozce 300W 80000mAh Portable Solar Power Station for $180 with free shipping for Amazon Prime members or $6 shipping.
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Super_Flubber
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Posted 01/06/2021 at 11:15 AM PT
Posted 01/06/2021 at 11:15 AM PT
leothelion
mAh (Amp Hour) is irrelevant, irresponsible and false advertising and is NOT a unit of measurement for this or any power storage unit.
You want to go by Wh or Watt Hour.
And in this case it's 296Wh.
dave_c
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Posted 01/06/2021 at 12:20 PM PT
Posted 01/06/2021 at 12:20 PM PT
^ It is relevant. Your 296WH is just taking this 80,000mAh * nominal voltage of a Li-Ion cell at 3.7V

80Ah * 3.7V = 296Wh.

Since there are many portable power banks rated in mAh, often if you only had the Wh rating of something else, you'd have to do the math in the reverse to figure out how many mAh the Wh converts into.

Either way, it is a dubious way to rate power banks, because once you get into higher output models, the cells are usually in series so the rating should be at the series voltage. That is most likely on this product, in order to efficiently boost the series voltage up to the 110VAC inverter voltage it would start higher than 3.7V.
Super_Flubber
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Posted 01/06/2021 at 05:56 PM PT
Posted 01/06/2021 at 05:56 PM PT
^ It is relevant. Your 296WH is just taking this 80,000mAh * nominal voltage of a Li-Ion cell at 3.7V

80Ah * 3.7V = 296Wh.

Since there are many portable power banks rated in mAh, often if you only had the Wh rating of something else, you'd have to do the math in the reverse to figure out how many mAh the Wh converts into.

Either way, it is a dubious way to rate power banks, because once you get into higher output models, the cells are usually in series so the rating should be at the series voltage. That is most likely on this product, in order to efficiently boost the series voltage up to the 110VAC inverter voltage it would start higher than 3.7V. - dave_c
No Dave. You did get my point.
You're assuming it's wired in 1s.
This 80Ah number is a marketing scheme to mislead the consumer & make it appear it's "bigger" than it is.
The correct unit would be Watt-Hour. If you arguing against this, it's making me believe you work or are associated with this site, or you MIGHT just be associated with the seller / vendor / manufacturer (affiliate)

This is the accept unit for the real world & professionals, amateur, DIY. It would be wise to encourage others as well.
This is probably a 3sXp. @ 3.7 would be 11.1VDC

When you get your electric bill, it does NOT state the AMP hours you consume dude.. Come On Man.. it Kila-Watt hours.

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